Social welfare bait ul maal Sahiwal organizes International Women’s Day event

At the end of the ceremony, certificates were distributed to the administrative officers of the ceremony.

Social welfare and Bait ul Maal Sahiwal has organized International Women’s Day event at Jinnah Hall Sahiwal, Punjab, Pakistan.

Commissioner Sahiwal Division Shoaib Iqbal Syed has said that development is not possible without half the population of the country. Therefore, it is important to provide equal opportunities for education and employment to women.

Women should complete their education in the field of their choice and work instead of sitting at home and contribute to the development of the society.

He said this while addressing an event organized by the Department of Social Welfare and Bait-ul-Maal in connection with International Women’s Day at Jinnah Hall.

Additional Commissioner Coordination Shafiq Ahmad Dogar, Director Social Welfare Ukasha Rasool, Director Public Relations Muhammad Aqeel Ashfaq, Director Sahiwal Arts Council Saleem Qaiser, CEO Education Chaudhry Muhammad Ikram ul Haq, Divisional Forest Officer Malik Waseem Sajjad and Principal of Divisional Public School were present in the ceremony.

Brigadier (Rtd) Syed Anwar ul Hassan Kirmani along with officers of Social Welfare Bait ul Maal Department, students and women working in Sanatzar Sahiwal participated in the event.

“On this occasion, special stalls were set up regarding the development of women in various fields and the skills taught to them in the industry.”

In the event, the students of DPS presented a tableau entitled “Sanaf e Nazuk se Sanaf e Ahan tak ka safar”, which showed the journey from the weak gender to the strong gender.

The students of Beacon House School presented a tableau entitled “N-Nasibun”, which depicted the problems faced by women and their struggle.

Both the tableaus were highly appreciated by the civil society. Commissioner Shoaib Iqbal Syed appreciated the efforts of the Social Welfare Department for organizing the program and said that the women learning various skills in the industry should also focus on marketing their products so that they can get employment at home.

He said that women’s work has become very important in the current difficult situation, so parents and in-laws should also encourage girls instead of banning them.

Earlier, in his welcome address, Director Social Welfare Ukasha Rasool said that Sanat Zar, an institution working under the auspices of the Department of Social Welfare, has taught thousands of women various skills, thanks to which they are not only economically prosperous but also playing an important role in the development of the country.

At the end of the ceremony, certificates were also distributed to the administrative officers of the ceremony.

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