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BIOGRAPHY MRS. KAFAIT KHAN’
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Mrs. Kafiat Khan Chair person Al-MasoomBIOGRAPHY MRS. KAFAIT KHAN’S

Chairperson
Al-Masoom International Trust


Mrs. Khan is living in England for four decade and involved in social development activities from her childhood. She hails from Attock city in Punjab Pakistan. She went to England, after settlement she took part in welfare activates in oxford community. She wanted to do something special for the socially excluded people’s of Pakistan. Oxford is the world’s largest educational city but at that time there was no proper arrangement of religious education for Muslim children’s.

She motivated her own friends and formed a Pakistani Women Association and got two rooms on rent.

The function was arranged and Mr. Mrs. Ashraf Badvi Head of Islamic Center Regent Park, The Malaysians Ambassador and some other people joined on opening ceremony of Islamic Center. It was start of her social work.

During the period of 1969, she was appointed as the Vice Chairperson of Oxford Committee for community Relations and then she was able to monitor the social issues very closely. She was the president of APWA (Oxford and midlands) for 12 years.

Mrs. Kafait Khan is the blessing especially for tearing humans, to pull them out of their sorrows and grieves.

She decided to form an organization for women in Manchester. Her keen interest in social welfare activities converted into an organization with the name of Al-Masoom international Trust on 05th may 1989. Trust was registered on 21st march 1997 with charity commission of UK (charity number 1061821).

She is working from 23 years as the chairperson of Al-Masoom International Trust at UK and now fully devoted herself to the deserving community of Pakistan and has launched number of projects across Pakistan.

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