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J&K Yateem Foundation unveils Annual Wall Calendar 2022

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Srinagar: As part of reaching out to the common masses with information, education and communication (IEC) related to social service sector, the J&K Yateem Foundation unveiled its Annual Wall Calendar for Year 2022 here.
JKYF is a Society registered vide Registration Number 3758-S of 2001 under Registrar of Societies, J&K serving the poor & needy for the past over 21 years now.
In this connection, a solemn launching ceremony was organized at JKYF Central Office ‘BAITUL HILAL’, 42-A, Al Farooq Colony, Near Al Farooq Masjid, Jawahar Nagar, Srinagar Kashmir, in which a galaxy of eminent personalities, educationists, government officials, journalists and cross section of people participated with enthusiasm while braving “Chillai Kalan”, the 40 day coldest period of winter in Kashmir.
Deputy Director, Press Information Bureau Ghulam Abass (IIS) , Divisional Officer Horticulture & Marketing Department Gul Syed, Advocate Abrar Ahmed, Nazim Nazir, Editor Tameel I Irshaad and Er (Retd) Abdul Aziz unveiled the JKYF’s Wall Calendar 2022.
Chairman JKYF Mohammad Ahsan Rather, General Secretary/Secretary Finance, District Representatives from all districts in Kashmir region and volunteers of JKYF from all districts were also present on the occasion.
‘BAITUL HILAL’ children welcomed all the guests while adopting COVID -19 related SOPs.
The JKYF Calendar-2022 highlights socio-economic and educational issues and other challenges confronting poor & destitute and society as a whole.
The 12 month pages cover J&K’s listed Gazetted and other holidays, focus on issues like increasing trend of suicides, climate change besides objectives of Ramadhan fasting, plight of poor and needy and the responsibility of society to cater to all problems and challenging situation.
In addition, the Calendar focusses on varied forms of charity, issue of shelter-less poor families and importance of rewards for leading virtuous and righteous life.
Besides, the Islamic Calendar, ‘Meeqat e Salah’ and information about various important days observed nationally and internationally are highlighted in all the months of Year 2022.
The Calendar also showcases financial and physical performance of JKYF in COVID situation and under already run welfare programmes of JKYF that includes Widow Welfare Programme, Poor Welfare Programme, Marriage of Poor and Orphan Girls, Girls Upliftment in Domestic Environment, Al Hilal Diagnostic Centre, Pantry Service, Ambulance Service, BAITUL HILAL (Orphanage) and Emergency Aid.
Speakers on the occasion complimented J&K Yateem Foundation and the volunteers associated with it for doing a commendable work for the welfare of the poor and the needy.
Ghulam Abass in his address underscored the importance of reaching out to public with the information about socio economic problems and issues besides JKYF’s welfare programmes through various tools of communication including Wall Calenders.
Nazim Nazir appreciated Yateem Foundation for doing a commendable job with complete transparency in the social service sector. He assured to supplement the social cause through his organisation in the public interest.
Gul Syed stressed the need to strengthen the social work network in far-flung and rural areas. He called for comprehensive support to empower the deserving through different skills and trainings.
Er Abdul Aziz while appreciating JKYF’s activities offered his services to be part of common social service cause.
Earlier, the function started with the recitation of Holy Qura’n by BAITUL HILAL scholar Mir Muzammil, Class 11 & Na’at (Praise poetry of Prophet PBUH) by another BAITUL HILAL scholar Waseem Ahmad Lone, Class 8th, both students of Baitul Hilal Jawhar Magar, Srinagar.
The proceedings of the function were conducted by Javaid Jawad, Programme Executive Press & PR, JKYF.

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