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COMSATS Sweet Home

The Government of Pakistan has initiated a program viz. Pakistan Sweet Home under auspices of the Pakistan Bait ul Mai, wherein orphan children are sponsored for their living and education in 24/7 mode. Under auspices of the said program, the CUT Abbottabad campus has assumed full responsibility of 100 orphan boys of age 4-6 years for their up-bringing and education. The said initiative is named as COMSATS Sweet Home program.

The COMSATS Sweet Home takes care of good living, upkeep and more importantly the up-bringing of the benefiting children. The look after includes shelter, food, clothing, education, sports, entertainment and more importantly the development of a cognizant socially responsible individual. The children are enrolled in the best educational institutions of the town and study alongside other children and not per se segregated because of their social deprivation. The results are seen in having confident, graceful and smiling children growing up, Insha Allah as the prolific members of the society. God willing, the CUT intends to scale up the operations and would adopt more children including female children. Presently, however, the children are residing in a rented environment which is not purpose built and, at times, inhibits their healthy up-bringing. In order to correct this anomaly, the CUT Abbottabad campus has earmarked a piece of land for the construction of a purpose built abode of the children in its serene and meticulously maintained campus there. Click Here For Details


CIIT Abbottabad's Flood Relief Campaign

COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) Abbottabad has always been in the forefront in all disastrous situations and helped the affected people. A Flood Relief campaign was launched under the supervision of Worthy Director Prof. Dr. Khan Gul Jadoon in 2010. To reach the affected population, a team of CIIT Abbottabad’s students and faculty went to DOABA and Charsadda. District Charsadda was the worst affected area during the 2010 floods. Around 12000 families got homeless during the flood. Most of the villages in 32km square were completely washed away by flood water. All the belongings of the people were taken away. Click Here For Details


COMSATS Abbottabad and 8 October 2005 Earthquake

After the earthquake of October 8, 2005, CCDU concentrated on providing rescue, relief, emergency aid and rehabilitation to victims of the earthquake in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), Northwest Frontier Province (NWFP) on volunteer basis. A huge number of students worked independently and assisted different organization in the effected area.

COMSATS Network Service launched Online Help Desk that provided all sorts of information immediately after earthquake. The site was hosted and updated by COMSATS Abbottabad Campus during the whole Rescue and Relief phase of the disaster. Click Here For Details