Saba Trust is struggling hard for the protection of child rights, especially orphans all over Pakistan. The main focus is to improve the quality of life of these children.
The overall objective of the program is to contribute to the reduction of orphan children’s vulnerability in Pakistan with a comprehensive education program. Saba Homes envisions a well comprehensive protection program to address the physical and mental health requirements of children essential for keeping them safe.
Saba Homes aim to groom orphan girls by providing them access to good quality education, encouraging them to take part in extracurricular activities and providing a better living standard where all of their basic needs are met.
We desire to make these girls self-sufficient and help them achieve high goals. By teaching them about positivity, hope, freedom through quality education and character building, our plan for them is to become prolific and highly responsible members of the society.
Good quality accommodation is provided to orphan girls from the disaster-affected areas of Kashmir, KP, Punjab and Sindh. These girls are provided a comfortable and peaceful environment just like any other girl their age has at home.
Dedicated Room mothers are present 24/7 for these girls; they ensure that all of them are looked after and are safe.
The main focus of the Saba homes program is providing quality education to each and every girl. Hence, Saba girls go to a well reputed private school and separate teachers have been hired to help the girls with their homework.
Founder Saghir Aslam himself teaches some programs while Saba Homes has qualified instructors for other programs including
A self-competition system based on a daily assessment of each girl based on the five points of performance:
Daily ticks earn a weekly colour star or heart. Four weeks’ colour hearts or stars earn A for the month with certificate and prize.
Martial Arts (Karate) classes by one of the best Martial Arts instructor. Our daughters have won top prizes in Annual Competition 3 years in a row.
Saghir Aslam teaches all the children Yoga himself, on daily basis.
A summer camp is organized during the summer vacations to ensure that Saba girls make the best out of this particular time by engaging in various activities.
Some of the friends of Saba Homes contribute to the girls’ upbringing, guidance and education with love and affection. Women come during the week to counsel and guide the girls; others come to teach them Quran besides the appointed Qaria and on the weekend there is a dedicated environment and Islamic class. Some of the volunteer groups show their care through visits, gifts and outings.
Every single Friday a Milad his held where the girls are taught about the life of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him).
We are proud to be reviewed and held accountable by these independent third-party organizations: