Islamabad - A Saudi organisation ‘King Abdullah’s Relief Campaign for Pakistani People (KARCPP)’ has started distribution of schoolbags with stationery and other necessary items among orphan children studying in different affected areas of Pakistan.

The school bag projects would benefit about 12,333 orphan children completing education in various institutions of Pakistan hit by natural calamity in the recent years, Dr Khalid M Al-Othmani, Regional Director KARCPP, told reporters here.  

Giving details of the relief and distribution work being carried out in different areas of Pakistan under the guidance of Prince Muhammad Bin Naif, second Crown Prince and Interior Minister of Saudi Arabia and Petron-In-Chief of the KARCPP, he said that the Organization has started the school bag project costing Rs 21.5 million to help the orphan children completing education in 111 different institutions of Pakistan.  Earlier, the organization had distributed thousands of schools bags among the orphan children during its first and second phase programmes, he informed.

He said that all the relief and distribution activities are being completed with Saudi Public donations to express solidarity with the people of brethren country and bring cherishing moments back to the faces of the victims of natural calamity.