KORT in collaboration with the Mirpur Government Administration started a massive COVID-19 Safety Awareness Campaign called ‘MIRPUR CARES’. The purpose of this campaign is to educate citizens about the COVID-19 symptoms, safety, prevention and compulsory Do’s and Dont’s while they are in their homes or out in the bazars (shopping districts).
Another Water Filtration Plant was inaugurated at the DHQ Hospital in Kotli as part of our KORT Clean Water Project. This will provide thousands of people with safe water for drinking, cooking and cleaning. Water for their crops and animals and the chance to break out of the poverty cycle.
We are pleased to announce to have secured the services of Naseeb Abbas as our marketing and fundraising officer. Naseeb has previously served as KORT ambassador on a voluntary basis whilst promoting & supporting KORT.
Chairman of KORT Ch. Mohammed Akhtar was called upon by the Honourable Prime Minister of Pakistan; Mr Imran Khan on Wednesday 6th May 2020 in appreciation and recognition of the amazing relief work that KORT has done in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan and Gilgit-Baltistan during the Covid-19 crisis.
This message is a call to action to all Muslims on Earth at such an important time, COVID-19 has taken hold all over the planet and KORT (Kashmir Relief Orphan Trust).
A historic occasion for KORT! The Honourable Prime Minister of Pakistan; Imran Khan Sahib visited the KORT Educational Complex on 06 February 2020. The Prime Minister inaugurated The KORT Educational & Residential Complex, interacted with the children and visited Classrooms and Residential Hostels for orphan boys and girls.
It has been 4 years since our children were relocated from our previous residence in Mirpur City into our permanent home in Akhtarabad, Mirpur. Through the grace of the Almighty and the generosity of our donors, the progress of KORT and transformation of the children in our care has been amazing.
As part of our ‘Turning Disability into Ability’ Project, 200 wheelchairs were distributed in Swabi KP Pakistan recently in the presence of the Speaker of the National Assembly of Pakistan; Honourable Asad Qaiser Sahib, 50 wheelchairs were distributed in G7 Islamabad and a further 50 wheelchairs distributed in Trarkhal, Sudhnoti, AJK.
Knowing how to cook is very important because, as you get older, you aren’t always around people who can make you food and eating out every night gets expensive and isn’t very practical. Being able to fix yourself meals whenever you need to is something everyone should be able to do.