14th August 2016, Pakistan celebrates it 69 years of existence and independence. Such dates are remarkable to remember the sacrifices of individuals who have give up their lives for the benefit of Pakistan. This day also reminds us to gear up our potentials for the betterment of Pakistan and to prepare our future generations to work hard to improve the current situation.
Children celebrates this day with great enthusiasm as they understands the importance of freedom and liberty of independent country. Keeping this in mind HOPE- an NGO in Pakistan work effortlessly to make this day special for the children of the underprivileged areas studying in HOPE’s school. Children belonging to such remote areas are often neglected while celebrating such events which spreads smile on their face.
HOPE- a educational NGO in Pakistan also invites individuals and companies eager to celebrate such events with the children to make them feel special. Such examples includes the event hosted by Ernst & Young Company- UK based organization.
They consider to celebrate this event in student familiar environment i.e. their own HOPE Zia school which help them to integrate their thoughts and potentials. They conducted many activities which includes face painting, different games, question & answers to assess their general knowledge and different competitions. Children were provided with different gifts while competitions to ensure participation among children.
They also distributes sweets and stationary boxes among children as a token of participation. Children participated with great zeal and zest. HOPE- an NGO in Pakistan aims to spread more happiness among children of these underprivileged areas under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla- child specialist in Karachi.