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SPARC urgently needs everyone’s help in supporting its Center for Street Children in Multan.


It was funded by Kindernothilfe until the end of March 2015 but the funding has discontinued due to Knh’s donor ceasing its support.

If the Center is closed, more than 200 street children served by the Multan Center will not have a safe haven to go to.

The Multan Center until now was providing lunch, non-formal education, vocational training, health & hygiene practices, counseling, recreational facilities, medical camps and a few field trips to the Children visiting it six days a week. If you would like to have additional information on our Multan Center, then please check out our page on Street Children Centers.

You can call SPARC’s Street Children ’s Centers Manager Ms Sabeen Almas for additional information at +92 51 216 3011-12

or you can email her at dic@sparcpk.org

To donate please do the following:


Please make your check/deposit slip payable to:

(Society for the Protection of the Rights of the Child)

And deposit in the following bank account:


Bank Account Title: SPARC (Society for the Protection of the Rights of the Child)

Account Number: 1739 1012 8334
Bank: United Bank Limited
Branch:  1739 – Main Markaz F-8
Bank Address: UBL Main F-8 Markaz, Islamabad, Pakistan
IBAN: PK68 UNIL  0112 1739 1012 8334
Swift Code: UNILPKKA


For international donations the use of IBAN number and Swift Code will be important.


You can also send your donations directly to SPARC’s office:
#98, Street 05, MPCHS, E-11/1, P.O. Box 301,
Islamabad 44000,



For further assistance please call SPARC’s Finance Department at: +92 229 1553-59


Daily more than 200 children in morning and evening shifts visit this Center. Your money will help keep these children off the streets away from the dangers of starvation, kidnapping, violence and involvement in crimes.

They will be provided with vocational training, medical attention, a hot and healthy meal, access to basic education, sanitation facilities, psycho-social support and other leisurely facilities.

Below are some achievements we would like to highlight in the Multan Center:


 1777 children registered so far.


  145 runaway children reunited with their families in different areas in the city of Multan and one child reunited with his family in Peshawar.


  122 children referred for shelter in Dar-ul-Aman, CPWB (Child Protection & Welfare Bureau), Gehwara Center, Negehbaan and Edhi Foundation.


  386 children received vocational training at the center and now earning decent livelihood for their families.


  519 children mainstreamed in formal schools.


  1131 children given psycho-social support.


  278 children given health and hygiene training.


  113 children participated in sports.


  323 students participated in recreational visits


  46 medical camps for community; and 20 in-house doctors visits organized. 5973 children covered.