Pakistan Link – Saba Trust Celebrates Independence Day

Saba Aslam Education & Welfare Trust Celebrates Pakistan Independence Day


Group photograph of participants in the Independence Day function organized by the Saba Trust in Rawalpindi

An interfaith gathering was recently arranged by the Saba Aslam Education and Welfare Trust Headquarters in Rawalpindi to celebrate the Pakistan Independence Day. It turned out to be a well attended gathering with representatives of various faiths and a large number of children from schools located in Rawalpindi and Islamabad attending the function.

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Abrar ul Haq Visits Saba Trust Saba Homes

Abrar Ul Haq Visits Saba Trust Saba Homes
By Mrs. Zainab Javed


Abrar Ul Haq visits Saba Trust Saba Homes

Famous Pakistani singer Abrar Ul Haq recently paid a visit to Saba Trust Saba Homes. The popular singer was accompanied by Mr. Shamali, his event manager, and Mr. Bilal Ahmed Rana, project coordinator, Youth Parliament.

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Pakistan Link Article on Saba Homes

Irvine businessman Saghir Aslam has successfully completed a five-story building, the first of its kind orphanage “Saba Homes,” for displaced children affected by the Oct 8, 2005 earthquake to provide the unfortunate with the state-of-the-art accommodation, education, and healthcare. The 29-room orphanage is planned to accommodate 60 parentless girls aged 4 to 8 years. The orphans will be brought to the orphanage from far-flung quakeaffected areas of the country’s northern region and AJK.

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Irvine businessman building complex for Pakistani orphans

 

Saghir Aslam’s sneaker-clad feet kick up dustclouds as he walks to the unfinished orphanage, stopping along the way to point out exterior features and detailing what’s to come. The five-story, marble-halled complex sits next to Aslam’s Saba Aslam Education and Welfare Trust in Rawalpindi, a garrison city that rubs shoulders with the capital Islamabad.

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