Shaukat Khanum Annual Iftar Dinner Pictures In Islamabad

Shaukat Khanum Annual Iftar Dinner Pictures In Islamabad. Imran Khan Iftar Dinner Images In Islamabad – 20th June 2015. Iftar/Dinner for Laborers of Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer HospitalImran Khan SKMCH Iftar Dinner At Islamabad 20th June 2015. SKMCH Iftar Dinner At Serena Hotel, Islamabad – 20th June 2015.  The annual Iftar dinner of Shaukat Khanum Hospital was held on June 20, 2015. shaukat khanum hospital Iftar party 2015. Imran Khan, the chief guest on the occasion, said that Pakistanis are the most generous nation in the world and Zakat of the people of Pakistan will make this hospital bigger and better in years to come. It is pertinent to mention here that Rs. 1.6 crores were collected for the treatment of poor cancer patients on the occasion. Kaptaan! Annual Iftar Dinner @ Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital. Watch and download iftar dinner pictures and snaps of shaukat khanum memorial cance june 2015 on

Shaukat Khanum Annual Iftar Dinner Pictures In Islamabad

Iftar Dinner by Friends of Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust (Dhahran-KSA) … Thursday, July 16, 2015 at 10:30pm in UTC+05 Centre added 56 new photos to the album: Annual Iftar Dinner at Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital.

Lahore: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has said that state of the art Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital Peshawar would be functional during the ongoing year.
Speaking at Iftar dinner arranged for fundraising for the cancer hospital, the PTI chairman said that support of public at large played a major role in establishment of the hospital in Peshawar like the one in Lahore. Shahid Butt, Anjum Nisar, Danish Monnu, Zahid-ur-Rehman and Irfan Iqbal sheikh arranged the function moderated by renowned artist Aisha Sanna. Imran Khan donated Rs1.5 million for Zakat fund. Imran Khan said that SKMCH was the only institution in the world providing free treatment to 70 percent of the cancer patients.–Staff Reporter
He said that people were not sure about completion of the project when he announced to establish a cancer hospital in Lahore about 20 years back.
“Now thousands of cancer patients have recovered with the financial support of public at large”, he said.
SKMCH Chief Executive Officer Dr Faisal Sultan briefed the participants about past achievements and future plans.

It started with the mobilization of resources from volunteers and donors and transformed into an ultimate deliverable for the labor at the construction site of SKMH Peshawar. Resources and their conversion (cooking, catering, logistics, and delivery) was managed by Project Coordinators Sumaira Imtiaz, Namra Qasim, Saboor Mughal, Safi Ullah Khan, Sahibzada Anees, Faizan Arif, Ihsan Ullah Afridi, Babar Shah, Aaqib Obaid, and Faaiz Ahmad with the Project Head, Mr. Shahzad supervising the overall operations with 40 on-site volunteers. The tents, flooring, and complete setup of dinner was completed by 6 PM after which icy-cold sharbats were prepared. The food items arrived at 6-20 PM. 30 containers filled with sharbat and plates filled with dates and tray filled with fruit items were spread over the sitting area. The laborers arrived at 6-45 PM immediately after which the volunteers swiftly began distributing the food items. By 7-15 PM all items were in place and one of the volunteers offered the dua. On hearing the Azaan the both the laborers and the volunteers opened their fasts with dates and sharbat. Half the volunteers continued their aftari with the laborers while the other half ensured that sharbat containers and food items were readily available. The laborers after enjoying their aftari left to offer their prayers. In the mean while, the volunteers began making arrangements for tea which was then served at 8-30 PM for the laborers who were going to work on the night shift. The day was concluded with group photos of the volunteers and a note of thanks from Yasir Munir, the Marketing Manager at SKMH Peshawar, and Ms. Mehvish Baig from SKMH Lahore.

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