Mr. Shahid, an orphan young man got rikshaw under the banner of Dua Welfare Services. He lives in rented house with his old mother and four other siblings. Now he can earn with peace of mind and fulfill the necessities of his family.
Mrs. Saeed Ahmed is part of a deserving family that benefited from Dua’s Scholarship Program. Mrs. Saeed’s husband works in a factory as a laborer and thus due to financial restraints, she approached Dua Academy in its inaugural 2016-2017 session, seeking enrollment for her child Muhammad Ali. After a thorough assessment of her background, her son Muhammad was enrolled at Dua Academy for absolutely free. After seeing her son complete his first year successfully and moving on to the next grade, Mrs. Saeed is quite happy with the educational standard and environment her child has been placed in. She is keen to see her child educated and well settled in the future.
Mrs. Saeed Ahmed
Ms. Parween is a widower who works as a maid at the school. Her 10-year-old son Abu Bakar suffers from developmental disorders. In light of his background, Abu Bakar was enrolled at Dua’s Special Center in January 2014 for absolutely no cost. Since then he has been provided a variety of services alongside with access to Dua’s therapeutic facilities. Ms. Parween notes that since enrolling at the special school their has been a marked improvement in his behavior, as well as a discovery of Abu Bakar’s burgeoning artistic talent.
Mr. Khan is a beneficiary of Dua’s Welfare Services Program. A very needy man, Mr. Khan used to earn his daily livelihood by selling vegetables. He approached DEWT seeking financial assistance in hopes of obtaining treatment for his eyes, as he was beginning to lose his eyesight. After completely losing his eyesight, Mr. Khan went through numerous examinations and was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Through Dua’s Welfare Services, Mr. Khan was able to undergo successful brain surgery and is now back at work, helping serve his family’s needs again.
Maroof Ali is a brilliant student that was a recipient of Dua’s Scholarship Program’s funding. Maroof secured A-1 grades in his matric and intermediate examinations, however due to the sudden death of his father, he was unable to continue his studies further. Maroof had to resort to providing home tuitions to matric students in order to pay for household expenses. Since availing Dua’s scholarship funding, Maroof has enrolled in a B.S. program at Karachi Univeristy in Software Engineering and has successfully finished his first three semesters.