Educational Grants Received for Orphans and Disadvantaged Students for 2013

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The table shows the individual  educational grants offered by the Donors and numbers of students sponsored by each donor.

SAMEERA FOUNDATION  (UK) – GRANTS /SCHOLARSHIPS FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION March 2013

No.

Name of Sponsor

Name of Grant / Scholarship

Number of students benefited

Recommendation

1.

Azhar Mahmood (USA) Malik Abdul Mahbood

32

Disadvantaged boys

2.

Naila Malik Tania Malik

30

Disadvantaged females

3.

Mumtaz Malik Mumtaz Malik

14

PREFERABLY ORPHAN STUDENTS

4.

Ghazala, Nadeem & Shakeel Khan Asghar Khan

10

Disadvantaged boys

5.

Dr Alween Zairi Dr Alween Awan

10

Disadvantaged boys and girls

6.

S. Naeem Shah Gillani (Karachi) SYED GHULAM SARWAR SHAH MEMORIAL WELFARE FUND

10

Boys and girls 

7.

Dr Abdul Hakim Al-Saeed (Saudi Arabia) Dr Abdul Hakim Al-Saeed

10

Disadvantaged  Boys

8.

Rukia Awan Rukia Awan

10

Disability

9.

Sabeel Dr Dr Sabeel

7

Disadvantaged boys

10.

Muniza Khan (France) Muniza Khan

7

Disadvantaged girls

11.

Sajid Khan (Kenya) Sajid Khan

6

Disadvantaged students

12.

Omar Obeidat (Jordan) Omar Obeidat

5

Financially disadvantaged students

13.

Aneel Malik Aneel Malik

3

Disadvantaged boys

14.

Nadeem Mahmood Nadeem Mahmod

3

Disadvantaged boys

15.

Hanin (Egypt) Hanin

2

Girls of 9 yrs age

16.

Shahid Manzoor Shahid Manzoor

2

Orphans

17.

Hafiz Ibrahim (India) Hafiz Ibrahim

1

Boy memorising Quran

18.

Abdul Rahman Abdul rahman

1

Class 1 girl or boy

19.

Habib Habib

1

Class 1, girl or boy

20.

Rafique Awan Rafique Awan

1

Disadvantaged boys

21.

Sajjad Khan Sajjad Khan

1

Disadvantaged boys

 * Hanin is a 9 year old girl from Swansea UK. /**Abdurahman is a 7 yrs old boy from Swansea/*** Habib is a 6 yrs old boy from Swansea/

The names of recipients of grants, class, school and names of grants are available at the following link:

 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=162159440614097&set=a.162159273947447.1073741831.125171980979510&type=1&theater
The grants are used to cover the following expenses of deserving students.

 

Criterion

Admission Fee

Tuition Fee

Note books

Shoes and School Bag

Uniform

Examination Fee (for 9th & 10th class)

1.

Orphans and students with disabilities

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

2.

Disadvantaged deserving students

under consideration

yes

 yes

 yes

yes 

under consideration 

  1. There will be complete financial support for Orphans and students (males or females) with disabilities.
  2. The individual financial grants  will be complimented by 50% from the Bubbo Ji grant. The Buboo Ji grant refers to the donations of the Founder Trustees  (i.e., R A Malik, S A Malik and Mrs T Malik).  The grant could vary from Rs 1,500 to Rs 2,500 depending on the age and financial circumstances of the student.

We need your help to enable us to support the orphans, disabled and/or poor deserving students of villages. You can donate online.

 

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1 Comment

  • Peji Khan

    Nov 11, 2012

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    It is so heart warming to see that children in need in our mother communities are benefitting from those who can help. Everyone, keep up the good work.

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