UWT team to check relief work

    The News
    Saturday, November 13, 2010

    A two member delegation of the Ummah Welfare Trust, a United Kingdom based charity organisation, has arrived in Pakistan to check the relief and rehabilitation activities in the flood-affected areas, says a press release issued here Friday.
    The delegation comprises Adam Bin Yousaf and Sheikh Ahmad Ali, who is a renowned international scholar a well-known social figure in the Muslim community in UK.

    The delegation is scheduled to visit the flood affected areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh and Punjab and present its report to the UWT headquarters in UK about the pace and quality of relief and rehabilitation activities carried out by the local chapter of the organisation so far.

    The delegation will also visit Ummah Children Academy set up by the trust for 1,000 orphans to examine the facilities provided to these children. The UWT delegation will also monitor the distribution of meat of sacrificial animals not only among the flood affectees, but also among the people affected by 2005 earthquake in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, internally displaced persons of Malakand division and destitute people of Afghanistan.

    The local chapter of UWT will also arrange a visit of the delegation to the location where 1,400 houses are being built for flood affectees. The delegation will also visit the tent village set up by the organisation and check the facilities provided to the flood affectees.
    The delegation is also scheduled to visit a centre established by the UWT for disabled children in Rawalpindi and UWT Country Director Mohammad Inayatullah will brief the delegation about the facilities and working of the centre in detail.

    Click here to view original article.