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Pakistan donates to SOS Village


Mrs. Madiha Saqib and other ladies of the High Commission donating 400 k.g of Pakistani rice to the SOS Village children in Pretoria

The ladies of the High Commission of Pakistan in South Africa, led by Mrs. Madiha Saqib, spouse of the High Commissioner, visited the SOS Village situated in the area of Mamelodi, Pretoria, on 21 April 2014.

The High Commissioner of Pakistan Mr. Najm us Saqib accompanied the ladies on their visit. Presently, the SOS Village hosts 71 orphans of all ages.

High Commissioner of Pakistan Mr. Najm us Saqib and Mrs. Madiha Saqib with children of the SOS Village

The High Commission’s delegation spent some quality time with the children of SOS and enquired about their health, education and wellbeing. The delegation sang songs of hope and happiness with the boys and girls and staff of SOS.

Ladies of the Pakistan High Commission with Mr. Lizo Tom, Manager of the SOS Village

The SOS Village Manager Lizo Tom thanked the ladies of the High Commission for their visit and time. In particular, he expressed deep gratitude to the people of Pakistan who gifted 400 k.g of basmati rice to the needy people of South Africa.

High Commissioner of Pakistan Mr. Najm us Saqib and Mrs. Madiha Saqib with Mr. Lizo Tom, Manager of the SOS Village

Since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and South Africa in 1994, this was the first such visit from the High Commission to the SOS Village. The Manager, staff and children of the Village profusely thanked the Pakistani delegation for their kind gestures, good wishes and prayers.
High Commission for Pakistan, Pretoria






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