Godchild Imran

We ventured on a further possibility to help by organising a “Godchild” scheme.  We started the first “Godchild“ scheme in July 2004 organised by Plan International. We decided to take on Imran, a boy from Pakistan. Imran was born on the 1st January 1995 and lives with his parents and three siblings in a small village in the area of Vehari. Imran is a very open boy, who loves to play football and later would like to be a teacher. Unfortunately he does not have the possibility to attend a school presently, however we are working on this. We are also trying to improve  living conditions for Imran and his family. Presently they are living in a hut which has no sanitation facilities and no water.
We ventured on a further possibility to help by organising a “Godchild” scheme.  We started the first “Godchild“ scheme in July 2004 organised by Plan International. We decided to take on Imran, a boy from Pakistan. Imran was born on the 1st January 1995 and lives with his parents and three siblings in a small village in the area of Vehari. Imran is a very open boy, who loves to play football and later would like to be a teacher. Unfortunately he does not have the possibility to attend a school presently, however we are working on this. We are also trying to improve  living conditions for Imran and his family. Presently they are living in a hut which has no sanitation facilities and no water.
We ventured on a further possibility to help by organising a “Godchild” scheme.  We started the first “Godchild“ scheme in July 2004 organised by Plan International. We decided to take on Imran, a boy from Pakistan. Imran was born on the 1st January 1995 and lives with his parents and three siblings in a small village in the area of Vehari. Imran is a very open boy, who loves to play football and later would like to be a teacher. Unfortunately he does not have the possibility to attend a school presently, however we are working on this. We are also trying to improve  living conditions for Imran and his family. Presently they are living in a hut which has no sanitation facilities and no water.