ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Women National Football team Tuesday visited Pakistan Sweet Home (PSH) and played a football match with orphan girls known as ‘sweet angels.’
The purpose of the event titled “Peace through Football” was to create awareness about women football in the country.
A nine years old sweet angel from North Waziristan, Hafsah said “I am really happy to play football, it is amazing day of my life and I want to represent Pakistan at the national level by playing football.”
Former MNA Mrs. Kashmala Tariq celebrated her birthday with the orphan girls of Pakistan Sweet Homes, saying: “Today is my best day of life” She said “I assure my volunteer work for kids of Pakistan Sweet Homes.”
It was cheerful evening and it turned into jovial night when these kids and national team football players started to sing national songs together, said a press release.
The Vice Captain of National football team belonging to Gilgit Baltistan Ms. Mahpara said It was so wonderful to play football with these orphan children.
She said “I also met orphan kids belonging to Gilgit Baltistan. And I was totally surprised to see the great facilities for them. I also appeal the national and international community to join the cause of Pakistan Sweet Homes”.
Patron In chief Pakistan Sweet Homes Zamurrad Khan said: “We have to have healthy events like this to create awareness about sports. I am thankful to Women National team for joining us today”. At the end of the event homage was paid to the martyrs of Charsada.
“This is the time that we all have to unite together against the evil of terrorism and show solidarity towards Pakistan Army,”said Zamurrad Khan.
Protection of these orphan kids is very important as they are most vulnerable part of the society.
At the end of the event, he acknowledged the role of media after Peshawar incident and also appealed international community to join the cause of Pakistan Sweet Homes to protect and save its future.
Currently, in Pakistan Sweet Homes 3,600 orphan kids are living in 32 centers all across Pakistan.