The SEPLAA youth and child members distributed 200 iftaar boxes again on Thursday, 24th July amongst the attendants and child patients at the Children Hospital Lahore. The team consisted of Zahra, Amal, Dina, Zeeshan, Taha, Moosa, Saad and Zaina! Well done SEPLAA Team! 🙂 Visit the link to view event photographs.
As part of the SEPLAA Youth Development Summer Internship Program (SYD-SIP) and the SEPLAA Young Leaders’ Club (SYLC) summer camp, the first Ramadan Activity was conducted in the Children’s Hospital Lahore on the 11th of July, 2014 (Friday). The SEPLAA Student and Child Members took part in the first Ramadan Activity by collecting funds to pack Read more about SEPLAA Ramadan Activity 1[…]
The registrations for SEPLAA YLC Child Development Summer Program 2014 are now open! The program will focus on developing and building children’s skills in areas such as leadership, reading, writing, art and other creative, interesting, exciting and fun activities! 🙂 Children will be required to come in twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays. Those Read more about SEPLAA YLC Child Leadership Development Summer Program 2014[…]
We all want our children to go to school. But how can the message be put across in an innovative manner so that more and more stand up, take notice and take action for those who are not lucky enough to see the inside of a school or be able to learn from a book? Read more about SEPLAA Symposium on the Right to Children’s Education[…]
Report by Ribca Ralph, Trainee Sub Editor, Impact SEPLAA. The 2nd UNICEF consultative workshop with NGOs & CBOs on “Review of Child Rights Policies, Legislation and laws in Punjab” was held on the 22nd of July, 2013 at Royal Palm Golf & Country Club, Lahore. Ms. Shagufta Bhatti (Child Protection Specialist, UNICEF) touched briefly upon Read more about UNICEF Consultative Session with NGOs on Child Rights & Policy Review[…]
By Ms. Ammara Farooq Malik, Founder SEPLAA Foundation This post was originally published here. When I thought of Malala Yusufzai a month back when I was discussing her with a group of small children under the banner of the SEPLAA Young Leaders Club, the thought that came to mind was: ‘What a good little girl Read more about The ‘child’ in Malala[…]