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CDA Chairman Announces Establishment of Old Age Home and Vocational Center in Islamabad

Old Age Home

In a significant development aimed at enhancing social welfare initiatives, the Chairman of the Capital Development Authority (CDA), Mohammad Ali Randhawa, has announced the establishment of an Old Age Home and Vocational Center in Islamabad.

Establishment of Old Age Home

Old Age Home

This announcement underscores the commitment of the CDA towards addressing the needs of the elderly population and providing opportunities for skill development and empowerment.

The Old Age Home will serve as a haven for senior citizens, offering them a comfortable and supportive environment where they can live with dignity and receive the care and attention they deserve. It will be equipped with facilities tailored to meet the specific needs of elderly residents, ensuring their well-being and quality of life.

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Additionally, the Vocational Center will provide training and educational programs designed to equip individuals with valuable skills and knowledge. This initiative aims to empower individuals, particularly those from marginalized communities, by enhancing their employability and fostering economic independence.

Chairman Randhawa emphasized the importance of these initiatives in promoting social inclusion and addressing the challenges faced by vulnerable segments of society. He reiterated the CDA’s commitment to fostering a compassionate and inclusive community in Islamabad.

The establishment of the Old Age Home and Vocational Center reflects the vision of the CDA to create a city that caters to the diverse needs of its residents, ensuring a better quality of life for all. This initiative is expected to make a meaningful impact on the lives of elderly citizens and disadvantaged individuals, contributing to their overall well-being and empowerment.