Atiq Ur Rehman, a disabled child from birth was orphaned following the death of his father. His disability also became the cause for his mother to abandon him. With nobody willing to care for him, his aunt brought him to KORT which is now his home.
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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.
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.
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.
Children who achieved high marks during the first term exams at our own KORT School & College of Excellence were congratulated and recognised for their hard efforts by our Chairman Ch. Mohammed Akhtar, KORT Trustee Mohammed Rashid Bashir and KORT Manager Sajid Khan.
By the blessings of the Almighty and the generous support of our donors, construction of the boys hostel for 500 orphan boys and an additional floor on top of the existing mess building (dining hall) is now complete.
Jinnah House is what the boys hostel will be known as in honour of the founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah.