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Aghosh UK’s Orphan Support Programmes: Sheltering Vulnerable Youth

Aghosh UK's Orphan Support Programmes Sheltering Vulnerable Youth
Learn how our charity shelters orphans with comprehensive orphan support initiatives in Pakistan and Turkiye


As the global population reached 8 billion in mid-November 2022, UNICEF noted that an estimated 153 million children worldwide are orphans. These orphaned children face a wide range of problems relating to child mortality, child labour, education access, healthcare disparities, psychological trauma, child poverty, natural disasters and militarised conflicts. These hurdles hinder their growth and development, underscoring the urgent need for comprehensive orphan support solutions. Charities can provide a wide range of orphan support services that can shelter orphans from the harsh realities of the world we live in. Aghosh UK is one such charity based in Whitefield, Greater Manchester, England.

Working in collaboration with Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan, Aghosh UK has a track record of successfully implementing orphan support initiatives in Pakistan and Turkiye. This blog explores Aghosh UK’s orphan support programmes in detail, it explains how our programmes work and most importantly the huge impact they have in improving the lives and outcomes of orphans, thanks to donors like you. We hope you will join us on this journey.

About Aghosh UK and Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan

Under a strategic partnership spanning decades, Aghosh UK and Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan have executed initiatives with the help of in-house staff, specialised consultants, think tanks, fundraising partners, implementation partners, volunteers, media and activists in sectors of community development, disaster management, education, health, and more. Chaired by Dr Adeel Riaz, a medical professional and humanitarian, Aghosh UK employs a team of charity professionals at its Manchester UK office. We also employ a global network of partners and professionals to mobilise overseas charitable activities in affected countries like Pakistan & AJK, Turkiye, Libya, Egypt and Palestine.

The Aghosh UK Orphan Support Philosophy

Aghosh UK’s orphan support initiatives and programmes are inspired by Islamic teachings. As humanitarians and as Muslims, we understand the human rights granted to orphans and take systematic steps to fulfil them. We recognise orphans as the most vulnerable strata of any society. As the Messenger of Allah wisely said:

‘The one who cares for an orphan and I will be together in Paradise like this’, and he ﷺ held his two fingers together. (Sahih al-Bukhari)

Islamic practices strongly encourage Muslims to take responsibility for orphans. There is much wisdom and benefit in this. Firstly, by fulfilling the command of Allah and His Prophet to look after the orphan ennobles the giver and their family. Secondly, it blesses one’s wealth: on the Day of Judgement, all your Sadaqah will testify to your good deeds. Thirdly, it protects its giver from the trials and temptations of wealth and miserliness and elicits Allah’s forgiveness for sins. Fourthly, it softens the heart and creates tenderness in the soul. And lastly, it is Sadaqah-e-Jaariyah (ongoing charity) for you and your loved ones.

Aghosh Homes is one of our flagship programmes through which we currently support over 22,000 orphans across 20+ orphanages in Pakistan

Aghosh UK has two established channels for orphan support: Aghosh Homes and the Orphan Care Programme.

Under the Aghosh Homes Programme, Aghosh UK provides state-of-the-art boarding facilities to orphaned children who do not have any parents or guardians, and who do not have any emotional and financial support. Trained volunteers from Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan identify and enrol orphans into our Aghosh Homes orphanages. Aghosh Homes protects orphans from their harsh and devastating circumstances by providing clothing, education, food and shelter. Aghosh UK supports these young people to have better life chances and outcomes for themselves and their communities; we encourage and empower orphans to fulfil their potential, and make a positive contribution to society.

Aghosh UK’s other orphan support channel is the Orphan Care Programme (OCP), which is designed to support orphaned children’s families who have lost their primary breadwinners due to unforeseen circumstances. The OCP supports orphans to remain at home with their mother or guardian. Aghosh UK’s OCP sponsorships provide orphans with education, healthcare and other essentials to assist with any challenges and improve outcomes, ensuring a secure upbringing. Guardians are also given opportunities to become more self-reliant.

Why Choose Aghosh UK for Orphan Support?

Mission & Vision

Aghosh UK’s vision is to transform the lives of vulnerable orphans, whether they live with guardians or without, enabling them to fulfil their potential, for a better life for themselves and their communities. 

We’re on a mission to provide orphans with love and happiness, nourish them with physical, mental, emotional and spiritual support, as well as providing opportunities to improve their communities, and even become future leaders and change-makers through quality education.

Aghosh UK has a robust network of partners on the ground to make sure your donation reaches orphans giving them the support that they need. 

Strong Institutions and Networks to Deliver Our Orphan Care Mission

Aghosh UK partners with Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan (AKFP), and mobilises its volunteer network (which is the largest in Pakistan) to help improve the lives of the country’s orphans. Hailing from all walks of life, these volunteers range from labourers, drivers, cooks, and distributors to highly skilled workers like teachers, doctors, developers, etc. AKFP’s head office is located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan and is governed by the president, 8 vice presidents and multiple secretaries. AKFP’s staff and volunteers are spread throughout Pakistan working from  9 regional offices, 150+ local offices manned by 1,600+ leadership volunteers, and 60,000+ registered local volunteers.

These strengths allow us to contribute our expertise in multiple sectors, primarily orphan support, and also initiatives in healthcare, clean water, education, community services, disaster relief, etc.

Strong Institutions

Accountability and Transparent Management and Reporting

Aghosh UK’s charity programmes follow thorough reporting protocols ensuring transparency, accountability, and effective communication. Aghosh UK is registered with the Charity Commission For England And Wales, registration number 1178778. Our team follows UK regulatory standards including the Charities Act 2011 and the Charity Governance Code. Our donors can request quarterly reports detailing project manager contact details, project scope, duration and objectives, estimated number of beneficiaries, implementing agency, achievements and outputs followed up with the plan for the next reporting period. Aghosh UK  routinely publishes email newsletters informing readers of our latest programme activities.

Aghosh UK’s Orphan Support Programme Methodology

Your orphan support donations are being put to good use with Aghosh UK and Alkhidmat Foundations Pakistan’s team of charity professionals. We have developed and deployed a well-structured orphan support methodology beginning with a meticulous needs assessment to understand the individual requirements of every orphaned child. In our assessment, we factor in various data points including the number of orphans, demographics (age, gender, ethnicity, location, etc.), family status (parental loss, caregiver status, living arrangements, etc.), educational status (school attendance, academic performance and access to resources), health and wellbeing (nutrition, physical health, mental health, and access to healthcare) and finally, social support (access to networks, extended family, community organisations, government assistance, etc.). We then execute programme planning, defining clear objectives, activities, timelines and resources to serve orphan needs in clearly defined budgets. Whether we want to build an orphanage or organise a sports gala, the objectives and plans are always clear. This is followed by stakeholder engagement, communicating programme scope to beneficiaries, communities, partners and donors. Our local volunteers can communicate our mission and vision to local audiences in local languages. Committing to the programme, we initiate resource mobilisation through a combination of financial contributions, volunteer support and material donations. Our teams can procure, pack, transport and deliver donation items to even the most remote areas through our reliable networks. Upon executing the initiative with our implementation partner agencies, we conduct real-time progress tracking under monitoring & evaluation to measure outcomes and adjust operations as needed. Aghosh UK and Alkhidmat Foundation management evaluate documents like quarterly progress reports to evaluate programme effectiveness. We consider collaborative partnerships essential to amplify our programme’s impact through pooling resources, expertise and networks. We partner with local and international NGOs to increase the impact of our orphan support programmes. In the post-launch phase, we amplify donor awareness through advocacy efforts, creating public support for systematic change and policy reform. We focus on programme sustainability through multifaceted strategies like diversifying funding streams, capacity-building, and fostering community ownership. Finally, we foster a knowledge-sharing culture by developing and publishing documentation of best practices, case studies and lessons learned through our experiences.

Interpersonal Approach

Our initiatives are not just focused on providing necessities. We create strong and positive, life-long relationships with the orphans that we care for, in part by serving as their guardians. Our volunteers value cultural sensitivity; they interact with mutual respect and understanding of the cultural context of local communities. We approach orphans with empathy and compassion, befriending them and understanding their unique experiences and challenges. Whilst always maintaining professional boundaries and high standards of child safety, our trained staff nurture healthy values including punctuality, responsibility, dedication and discipline. Skilled in active listening, we understand the needs and concerns of orphaned children and we offer them a safe space for the expression of ideas and opinions. Ultimately, we’re committed to individual empowerment through interactions, education and mentorship.

Aghosh UK’s Orphan Support Programmes’ Impacts:

Milestones Achieved

Under our flagship programme, Aghosh UK and Alkhidmat Foundation have made headlines. The impact of orphan support initiatives is widely recognised by the international humanitarian community. Here are a few milestones we have achieved so far:

  • Supporting 22,000+ orphans across the world
  • Sponsoring 19,950+ orphans at home
  • Sheltering 1,600+ orphans at Aghosh Homes
  • Spent 2,140+ Million PKR for orphan support

Milestones Achieved

Aghosh Homes - What makes our Orphan Homes unique?

Overview – what do Orphans in Aghosh Homes receive?

One of Aghosh UK’s flagship programmes is Aghosh Homes. Under this programme, we construct, staff and operate orphanages across Pakistan and Turkiye. Aghosh Homes serve as safe havens for orphaned youth, offering them a loving and supportive environment to call home. These facilities provide safe shelter, nutritious meals, new clothes, quality education, healthcare services, and emotional support to nurture orphans, fulfil their potential, improve their outcomes as well as make a positive contribution to their communities and society. Our orphan support services include:

  • Accommodation 
  • Three Meals a Day
  • Primary/Secondary/College Education
  • Health Screenings
  • Periodical Medical Check-ups
  • Mental Health Lectures
  • Personal Mentoring
  • Character Building
  • Recreational/Study Tours
  • Indoor and Outdoor Sports
  • Co-curricular Activities
  • Computer Education
  • Exposure Visits

Features of Aghosh Homes:

Aghosh Homes provides unmatchable boarding and lodging facilities on the pattern of a Cadet College to empower our students to fulfil their potential. Our orphanages are custom-built with proper physical infrastructure, providing secure and child-friendly living spaces, including sleeping quarters, common areas and recreational spaces. We recruit and train qualified staff, including caregivers, educators, healthcare professionals, and administrative personnel, to provide comprehensive support and care for orphaned children. 

Aghosh Homes include:

  • Accommodation Rooms for Children
  • Dormitories
  • Libraries
  • Computer labs
  • Classrooms 
  • Outdoor playgrounds & Lawns
  • Indoor Games & Recreation Areas 
  • Dining Halls
  • Multipurpose Halls
  • Kitchen with Brick Oven (Tandoor)
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Rooms for Staff & Security Guards & Wardens
  • Car Parking
  • Onsite support Staff & Facilities including Admin, Accounts, Management etc
  • Indoor Games Areas
  • Lodging Facilities & Guest Rooms

Make your positive impact in the world by donating to Aghosh Homes, a programme that provides safe and nurturing environments for orphans in Pakistan and Turkey. Your contribution can help change lives and build a brighter future.

Orphan’s Daily Routine at Aghosh Homes:

Through structured routines and supportive caregivers, Aghosh Homes creates a stable and nurturing environment where orphans can reach their full potential. Our orphanage staff are dedicated to implementing healthy daily routines for orphans. Caregivers provide assistance and supervision to the children during their everyday activities such as waking up in the morning, getting ready for the day, having breakfast, getting ready for classes, playtime, homework, lunch, leisure activities in the afternoon, dinner, bedtime routines, and nighttime sleep. These homes provide more than just shelter—they provide stability, security, and a sense of belonging. Within the walls of Aghosh Homes, orphaned youth find solace, forming lifelong bonds with staff and their peers.

Updates on Aghosh Homes Orphanage Facilities in Pakistan

Here are some key numbers on the progress of our Aghosh Homes infrastructure:

  • 21 Aghosh Homes fully Operational
  • 7 Aghosh Homes Under Construction Phase
  • 5 Aghosh Homes in the Planning Phase
  • 5 Aghosh Homes under Extension Phase

Currently, Aghosh Homes are operating in the following areas of Pakistan:

  • Punjab (Attock, Gujranwala, Islamabad, Murree, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad & Sheikhupura)
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Chitral, Dera Ismail Khan, Dir Lower, Haripur, Kohat, Mansehra & Peshawar)
  • Sindh (Hala, Rashidabad & Karachi)
  • Azad Jammu & Kashmir (Bagh & Rawlakot)

To date, the following Aghosh Homes are Under Construction:

  • Punjab (Lahore, Bhera & Sialkot)
  • Gilgit Baltistan (Gilgit)
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Buner & North Waziristan)

Aghosh Homes

Aghosh Homes in Turkiye

The earthquake that struck Turkiye on 6th February 2023 completely shifted the urban dynamics of the Gaziantep province, affecting countless families. Many children lost one or both parents,  losing their sole means of financial and emotional support. These vulnerable orphans now looked to the international humanitarian community for support.

Under our Aghosh Homes programme, Aghosh UK mobilised funds, resources, volunteers and partners to provide orphan support services to children who have lost their parents. Complimenting our Turkiye earthquake rescue, relief and rehabilitation efforts, we have partnered with Hayrat Yardim to develop an Aghosh Orphans Center in Gaziantep, Turkiye.

Under this initiative, we secured orphan sponsorships to support the Gaziantep Boys Orphan Education Center, providing shelter, food, and education to young children orphaned by the Turkiye earthquake in 2023. The centre provides quality shelter, regular meals, school classes and Islamic education to boarded children. Currently, we are rapidly expanding our orphanage network to serve more orphans, both boys and girls.

Are you looking for ways to support vulnerable orphans affected by natural disasters? Learn about our Aghosh Homes programme which provides shelter, food, and education to children who have lost their parents, and join us in making a difference.

Update on the Orphan Care Programme (OCP)

Our OCP supports orphans to receive education, healthcare and other essentials while remaining at home with their mother/guardian. Key figures for this programme include:  

  •  20,000+ OFSP Orphans Supported
  • Conducted 1,660+ Orphan Activities
  • Operating 185+ CMCDP Study Centres
  • Operating 110+ Clusters

We understand that losing a parent or guardian can make life difficult. Under OCP, we aim to fulfil all the fundamental parenting needs of orphans who have lost one or both parents and are being taken care of by their widowed mothers or close relatives. We believe that every child deserves to have a bright future, and we want to help them get there. We also support the needs of surviving parents, usually mothers.

Orphan Family Support Programme


OCP is centred on five programme pillars:

  • Firstly, under Financial Assistance, we provide monthly expenses to the surviving parents or guardians so they can meet household expenses like food rations, clothing, rent, utilities, etc.
  • Secondly, under Educational Assistance, we support the orphan’s education by financing school fees, providing course books, procuring school supplies and supplying school uniforms and shoes.
  • Thirdly, we organise  Annual Health Screenings for orphans and their mothers, detecting any underlying health conditions, treating illnesses and ensuring necessary medical care.
  • Fourthly, under Character Building, we offer various opportunities and activities to nurture and empower orphans.
  • And lastly, under Interest-Free Loans, we provide micro-financing options to families of orphaned children to bolster their self-reliance. These loans vary from livestock donations to industrial machinery, to business loans.

We also take systematic steps to ensure the child protection rights of orphaned children, prioritising the right to safety, dignity, and well-being. In the case of rural families, we educate and assist the family in matters of family inheritance. We also design and implement interventions aimed at strengthening family dynamics, enhancing parenting skills, and promoting positive caregiving practices. Through ongoing support and follow-up services, we ensure the continued safety, well-being, and integration of orphans into the community.

Our Process for Helping Orphans on the Orphan Care Programme

Our colleagues conduct thorough assessments and identify families that meet the beneficiary criteria. We confirm the parents’ status, and the orphan’s status, assess the family’s financial needs, and prioritise beneficiaries based on vulnerability. We record details of these families and establish contact with them. After enrolling these families under the programme, they become eligible for our orphan support services and are designated to a Cluster Incharge. We immediately initiate direct bank transfers of monthly financial aid to the mother/guardian’s bank account to bear the sustenance expenses of their orphan child. Our partners at Alkhidmat keep a trial record of the sponsored orphan’s entire educational progress through our local offices.

Orphan Care Programme Activities in Pakistan

Our orphan family support programme focuses on providing support to orphaned children and their surviving parents. Under OCP, we have nestled another initiative titled the Child & Mother Character Development Programme (CMCDP). It aims to teach orphans to live a productive life based on self-sufficiency. 

Under OCP, we routinely organise Content-Based, Entertainment, Curricular, Co-Curricular, Health & Fitness Activities. Complimenting both programmes is a detailed calendar of orphan care activities that are carried out across the year to enrich the lives of all orphans under our care:

  • We commemorated the 12th Rabi-ul-Awal with insightful lectures on the significance of Seerat-e-Nabvi, instilling profound lessons from the life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). We engaged the children with Seerat-e-Nabvi Quiz competitions, fostering learning and rewarding excellence.
  • In October, as the world celebrated International Teachers’ Day, our young stars paid heartfelt tributes to their teachers through melodious performances and creative expressions of gratitude. 
  • November saw vibrant celebrations of Iqbal Day, featuring poetry competitions to acquaint orphaned children with the poetic legacy of Allama Iqbal and its profound impact on Pakistan’s ethos.
  • Quaid-e-Azam Day was marked with reverence as orphaned children imbibed the timeless values of “Unity, Faith, and Discipline” espoused by the founder of Pakistan. Through speeches, performances, and artwork, our young beneficiaries expressed gratitude towards Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah for his visionary leadership.
  • For our Annual Health Screening, we prioritised the health and well-being of orphaned children and their mothers with annual health screening programmes across various regions. This initiative underscores our commitment to ensuring comprehensive care for orphaned children and nurturing their physical, emotional, and social well-being.
  • In January, we celebrate Children’s Day festivities by valuing self-care and nurturing our young beneficiaries’ holistic well-being.
  • Observing Haya Day in February, we teach young minds the significance of modesty and the importance of the Hijab in Islam.
  • On Green Pakistan Day, we promote environmental stewardship among the children by including them in a nationwide cleanliness campaign. This instils habits of cleanliness and hygiene.
  • For Ramadan, we conduct educational sessions on the significance of fasting and its societal implications.
  • At Ramadan Iftari Dinners, children enjoy a delicious meal and are educated on various Islamic rites.
  • Lectures on Interpersonal harmony foster empathy and promote peaceful coexistence among the children, nurturing their mental and emotional growth.
  • Holidays were celebrated with orphans by Eid Gift Shopping of unstitched fabrics and visiting tailors under the care of AKFP volunteers.
  • Our volunteers celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr with Eidi Distribution to orphans and a cake-cutting ceremony.
  • At the Annual Sports Gala, children display their athleticism and team spirit in a celebration of sportsmanship and unity.

Orphan Family Support Programme Activities in Pakistan

Through these diverse activities, our Orphan Care Programme enriches the lives of orphaned children and empowers them for a brighter future.

Celebrating Some Orphan Care Programme’s Success Stories

Aghosh UK and Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan celebrate the success stories of our beneficiaries, orphaned children, sharing their testimonies and experiences to inspire others and showcase the real impact of our work. From overcoming adversity to achieving dreams, these testimonies offer a glimpse into the resilience, strength, and determination of orphaned youth who have thrived under our orphan care initiatives.

We have achieved multiple positive outcomes, from improved educational outcomes to enhanced mental and physical well-being, these stories illustrate the profound impact of Aghosh UK’s holistic approach to orphan support.

We like to call these little heroes our “Shining Stars”. By sharing these stories, Aghosh UK aims to inspire change, raise awareness, and mobilise support for its mission to create a brighter future for orphaned youth around the world.

From Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to Dubai: Story of Adil Khan

Adil Khan hails from the Charsadda district and his life has been marked by a series of challenges. He lost his father at a young age, which left him without a guiding figure in life. That was when the Alkhidmat Foundation stepped in to sponsor his education and provide him with a chance to achieve his dreams. Adil Khan completed his matriculation from the Alkhidmat Foundation School, Bahlola Campus, Charsadda, and went on to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Bacha Khan University.

Today, Adil Khan is a successful professional and works for an overseas employer in Dubai, UAE. His journey is a testament to the power of education and the impact that organisations like the Alkhidmat Foundation can have on the lives of underprivileged individuals.

If you are or know someone who is facing similar challenges in life, please, do not lose hope. Inform us at Aghosh UK or Alkhidmat Foundation directly and help us guide them towards a better future. Our team understands that education is the key to unlocking opportunities and achieving one’s potential and life goals.

Ready to Serve the Nation: Rana Mateen and Farukh Zafar

Here’s the story of another two of our  Shining Stars, two bright students, Mr Rana Mateen and Mr Farukh Zafar, who have been admitted to the prestigious Pakistan Sweet Home (PSH) Cadet College in Gujjar Khan, Jhelum. Both students have recently completed their intermediate part one exams and have secured excellent grades. Mr. Rana Mateen has secured 93% marks, while Mr. Farukh Zafar has scored 87% marks.

These scores speak volumes about their hard work, dedication, and commitment to their studies. We congratulate them on their success and wish them all the best in their future endeavours. It is heartening to know that both of them aspire to join the Pakistan Army and serve their nation. We’re excited to report the progress of their journey and we look forward to learning about their positive contributions to Pakistani society.

Help us to empower more orphans to fulfil their potential,  like these young people, and support our Aghosh Homes initiative. Readers like you can donate as little as £30 per month to our orphan sponsorships and play your part in raising the next generations of Shining Stars like Mr Rana or Mr Farukh.

A Soaring Author: Rafiya Kamran

For our next Orphan Care Success Story, we’d like to present a literary masterpiece, “Raindrops and Gemstones,” a book based on the life story and personal observations of the talented author, Rafiya Kamran, hailing from Lahore. Being an avid learner, she has always been engrossed in the world of knowledge. Her passion for education has driven her to write this book, which is a beautiful blend of creativity, imagination, and reality. 

The book is not just a mere compilation of words but is a heartwarming tribute that Rafiya has dedicated to her late father. The book is a portrayal of her father’s love, care, and support that has helped her to reach where she is today. 

If you are interested in exploring the life story of a determined and dedicated individual, then “Rafiya Kamran: The Shining Star” is a must-read for you. It’s a book that will not only entertain you but also leave you with valuable lessons that you can implement in your own life.

Second Edition Available Soon!

Outstanding Matric & Intermediate Results of Alkhidmat Sponsored Orphans

By the grace of Allah SWT, promising students sponsored under the Orphan Family Support Programme (OFSP) passed Intermediate-I, Matriculation (BISE Quetta) and Class 9th Exams with flying colours. We would like to congratulate their parents, their guardians and teachers on this monumental accomplishment. Here is a list of our exceptional achievers:

  • Ijaz Hussain (BISE Mardan) 494/550
  • Dua Shabbir (BISE Abbottabad) 464/550
  • Muhammad Salman (BISE Mardan) 450/550
  • Mosa Mansoor (BISE Mardan) 450/550
  • Hammad Khan (BISE Mardan) 418/550
  • Noormah Shabbir (BISE Abbottabad) 527/550
  • Muhammad Alyan Shah (BISE Mardan) 490/550
  • Waheed Ahmad (BISE Mardan) 484/550
  • Sughra Akhter (BISE Abbottabad) 458/550
  • Asim (BISE Mardan) 420/550
  • Jamal Abdul Nasir (BISE Quetta) 935/1100
  • Muqadas (BISE Quetta) 855/1100
  • Shoaib Murad (BISE Quetta) 837/1100


In conclusion, orphaned children are one of the most vulnerable segments of society, facing a wide range of problems that hinder their growth and development. These children face numerous challenges, including poverty, hunger, and lack of access to healthcare and education, and require institutional interventions by humanitarian professionals. Aghosh UK, in partnership with Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan, has been working extensively to provide comprehensive orphan support initiatives in Pakistan and Turkiye.

Orphan support charities like Aghosh UK can play an integral role in improving their lives by providing essential care, education, and shelter. By sponsoring an orphan monthly or annually, donors can play their part in providing a loving home and a bright future to vulnerable orphans. With your support, we can protect a smile and secure a future for these little ones.


  • 153 million children worldwide are orphans, facing problems such as child mortality, labour, lack of education and healthcare, psychological trauma, poverty, natural disasters, and armed conflicts.
  • Orphans face challenges like poverty, hunger, lack of healthcare and education, exploitation, abuse, and neglect.
  • Aghosh UK provides essential care, education, and shelter to orphans, improving their lives and outcomes.
  • Aghosh UK has two orphan support channels: Aghosh Homes and the Orphan Care Programme.
  • Aghosh Homes provides boarding facilities, while the Orphan Care Programme supports orphans living with their mothers or guardians.
  • Aghosh UK follows transparent reporting protocols and is registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales.
  • The orphan support methodology involves needs assessment, programme planning, stakeholder engagement, resource mobilisation, monitoring, evaluation, collaborative partnerships, donor awareness, programme sustainability, and knowledge sharing.
  • Aghosh Homes provides safe shelter, meals, education, healthcare, and emotional support, with features like accommodation rooms, dormitories, libraries, and recreational spaces.
  • The Orphan Care Programme focuses on financial assistance, educational assistance, annual health screenings, character building, and interest-free loans.
  • Aghosh UK celebrates success stories of orphans who have thrived under its care, showcasing the impact of its work.
  • The organisation offers various ways to support its orphan support programmes, including donations, volunteering, and becoming a brand ambassador.
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