Thursday, December 26, 2013

Amai & Santa in Multan

By Marcus Younas

Society for the Promotion of Education and Awareness (SEAP Pakistan) celebrated Christmas Program with the children of Achha Charwaha Centre, Gulzar Town, Multan, Pakistan

Achha Charwaha Centre is an elementary school run under the supervision of Good Shepherd Sisters in Multan. SEAP Pakistan with the collaboration of Funkor Child Art Centre, Islamabad and Asian Network for Trust (ANT), Hiroshima, Japan also distributed Sadako’s Prayer book with a message of Peace and Hope for the marginalized children depicting the story of Sadako (A Japanese Atomic Bomb survivor girl) which is written by Mam Fauzia Minallah from Islamabad, Pakistan

Mr. Ahmad Faraz from Funkor Childart Center, Pakistan described the story of Sadako that how she yearned for peace around the globe. He also taught children to make Paper Cranes along with distribution of Sadako’s Prayer books. 

The Children of Achha Charwaha Centre presented beautiful play based on the story of the birth of Jesus Christ. In the end Santa Claus distributed gifts from Amai and SEAP Pakistan to more than 300 school children

Posted by Dawar Aziz Ahmad

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