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Pakistan Baitul Maal is changing lives across Pakistan: Dr A. Majeed

Staff Reporter

KARACHI: Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal (PBM) has been playing a pivotal role in supporting the education and welfare of underprivileged communities in Pakistan. Recently, PBM announced that eighty percent of students supported by the organization have successfully gained admission to various Cadet Colleges across the country, highlighting the impact of their initiatives in transforming lives stated by Dr. Adnan Majeed, Director Pakistan Baitul Maal when he was addressing the Iftar dinner held at PBM centre in Hyderabad.
Every year PBM organized Iftar feast for children and their staff at various locations in Sindh with the collaboration of Turkish Consulate.
Dr. Adnan Majeed, Director of PBM, highlighted the organization’s special projects aimed at uplifting the marginalized segments of society. These projects include establishing shelters and old homes, providing education and meals for orphans, and supporting displaced communities affected by climate change. PBM is also focusing on combating child labor and has set up recreational centers for the youth. Additionally, their Special Friend Project aims to improve the quality of life for disabled persons.
In a bid to expand their reach and impact, PBM is actively seeking support from the Sindh government and overseas Pakistanis. They are urging the government to allocate funds for their projects and appealing to overseas Pakistanis for generous contributions to establish more shelters, old homes, and educational facilities.
One of PBM’s flagship initiatives, Pakistan Sweet Home, provides care and support to children aged 4 to 6 years. With seven centers established in Sindh, this project is making a significant difference in the lives of young children.
In the health sector, PBM is providing financial assistance to patients with acute illnesses for routine medicines, with support extending up to Rs.600,000. For patients with chronic diseases such as cancer, PBM offers financial assistance of up to Rs.1 million, easing their burden and ensuring access to essential treatment.
PBM’s commitment to improving the lives of the underprivileged is commendable, and their efforts continue to make a meaningful impact on communities across Pakistan.
Recently PBM in Collaboration with Cemal Sangu, Consulate General of Turkiya in Karachi organized the Iftar feast for orphans and staff of the Baitul Maal at PBM Hyderabad office.

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