GOVERNMENT OF SINDH

ORPHANS DATA

SINDH CHILD PROTECTION AUTHORITY

DETAIL REPORT OF GOVERNMNET AND PRIVATE SHELTER HOMES

WORKING IN DIFFERTENT DISTRICTS OF SINDH PROVINCE

SN DISTRICT CENTER VENUE NO. OF CHILDS PROCESS
1 KARACHI CENTRAL (1) Shed foundation
Shelter Home for boys.

(2) BilqueesEdhi Center.

(3) Sarim Barney Welfare Trust .
NGO

NGO

NGO
157 (Boys)

200 (Girls)

08 Boys
28 Girls
36 Total
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2 KARACHI KEAMRI Sweet Home
Mangho peer Pakistan Bait ul Mal
Govt of Pakistan 180 (Boys) ————
3 KARACHI SOUTH (1) Aisha Islamic Academy.

(2) Jamaia Islamia Yatem khana

(3) Dawood Habib Homes managed by khoja girls.

(4) Aashiy ana Abdulaah Haroon road.

(5) Don Bosco Orphanage Karachi.

(6) Edhi Shelter Home.

(7) Sirat-ul-jannah.

(8) Iqra Sweet Home.
NGO

NGO

NGO

NGO

NGO

NGO

NGO

NGO
70

33

24

35

49

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80

66
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——

——-

——-

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——–

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4 KARACHI LANDHI KORANGI (1) Mona Ghar Shaukat ul islam.

(2) Farzana Shelter Home.

(3) My Home Al Mustafa.

(4) Edhi Shelter Home.
NGO

NGO

NGO

NGO
30-boys
40-girls

20-boys
30-girls

94-boys

34-boys
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5 KARACHI WEST Shelter Home for Boys Gulshan –e-Maymar NGO 70 ———–
6 KARACHI MALIR (1) Edhi Foundation.

(2) Edhi Child Home (Disable).

(3) FIXIT Family Orphanage.
NGO

NGO

NGO
45

160

17
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Funtional
7 KARACHI EAST (1) Dar ulAtfal (Al –Binat) Shanti Nagar.

(2) Dar ulSukoon.

(3) Hussaini Yateem Khana.

(4) Anjuman e Hayat ul Islam Shelter Home.

(5) Kashan e Atfal Shelter Home.
SWD, GoS

NGO

NGO

NGO

NGO
19

160 Boys
240 Girls

70

80 Boys

180 Girls
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Functional

Functional

Functional
8 HYDERABAD (1) Dar ulAtfal.

(2) Dar ulEhsas Bait ul Mal.
SWD, GoS

Govt. of Pakistan
25 Boys

69
Functional

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9 THATTA Nill ———– ———– ————
10 BADIN Nill ———- ———— ————
11 SUJAWAL ———- ———– ———– ————-
12 TANDO ALLAHYAR ———- ———– ———— ————–
13 MATIARI Aghosh Khidmat e Kalq Foundation NGO ———— Under Construction
14 JAMSHORO SOS Children Village NGO 67 Boys
31 Girls
98 Total
Functional
15 DADU ———- ———– ———— ————
16 MIRPURKHAS Sweet Home Pakistan Bait-ul-Maal Govt. 0f Pakistan 100 Boys Functional
17 UMERKOT ——— ——— ——— ———–
18 SANGHAR ——– ——— ———– ———-
19 MITHI/THARPARKAR ——— ———- ———- ———–
20 TANDOO MOHAMMAD KHAN Dar ul Ehsas Bait-ul-Maal Pakistan Govt. of Pakistan 100 Boys Functional
21 BENAZIRABAD Sweet Home Pakistan Bait ul Mal Govt. of Pakistan 100 Boys Functional
22 NAUSHAHRO FEROZ ——– ——— ——— ———-
23 SUKKUR (1) Dar ul Atfal.

(2) Fairy Home Airport Road Sukkur.

(3) Dar ul Ehsas Pakistan Bait ul Mal.

(4)Yateem Khana Anjuman-e-Shoukat-ul-Islam, Sukkur.
SWD, GoS

NGO

Govt of Pakistan

NGO
12 Boys

41

101

15
Functional

Functional

Functional

Functional
24 KHAIRPUR Dar ul Ehsas Bait-ul-Maal Pakistan Govt. of Pakistan 100 ———
25 SHIKARPUR ————- ————– ————– —————-
26 GHOTKI ———– ———— ————- ————-
27 KAMBER SHAHDADKOT ———— ————- ————- ————–
28 LARKANA (1) Dar ul Aman.

(2) Dar ul Ehsas Pakistan Bait ul Mal.
SWD, GoS

Govt of Pakistan
26 Children with mother

100
Functional

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29 KASHMORE/KANDHKOT ——– ——— ——— ———
30 JACOBABAD ——– ——— ——— ———


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