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Al-Khidmat Foundation distributes financial grants among 77 students in Bara

Al-Khidmat Foundation distributes financial grants among 77 students in Bara

Al-Khidmat Foundation distributes financial grants among 77 students in Bara. Photo by Sajid Ali Koki Khel

May 10, 2016

BARA, 10 May: The Jamaat-e-Islami affiliated welfare organization Al-Khidmat Foundation distributed education grants worth Rs770,000 among 77 orphan students of Bara tehsil, Khyber Agency.

The grants were distributed among the students during a function held here in a private school on Tuesday.

Office bearers of Al-Khidmat Foundation, representatives of the political administration, local tribal elders, traders’ representatives and large number of students attended the function.

Each student was given Rs10,000 as education grant by the foundation members. Besides, schoolbags were also distributed among the students.

The recipients of the grants while expressing contentment said it would help them to overcome the hurdles hindering them from getting education.


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