Babar* is a young Christian who lives near the Sablone House. Babar was a frequent visitor as he used to come to drop off his sister for sewing classes.
He always asked for opportunities for boys to learn vocational skills. So, when we opened the computer training institute, Babar was the first one to enroll his name for the classes.
He was not only interested in the basic three-month course, as he also wants to learn graphic design. He completed his course with 81 percent marks in the final exams.
Babar has now found a part-time job in a nearby printing agency where he designs logos, promotional materials, and other graphics. He is also continuing his studies and plans to enroll for a bachelor’s in IT.
Babar is very happy that he had the opportunity to learn computer training in his own area and that too free of cost. He is now saving money from his job to buy his first computer.
He is very thankful to RAM Foundation and Harold C. Smith Foundation for providing the best learning environment to young Christians.
*Name changed for security reasons.
Sajid* recently attended one of our mobile clinics at a brick kiln. His hands and feet were covered in mud as he came straight from making bricks. He had a fever, fatigue, and a cough with bleeding, which had already lasted for one month. Sajid said that he is the...
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