Essence of the word “Karam” is difficult to encompass in one word. It means “benevolence” or “bestowal of goodness” or “compassionate generosity.” The word “Bagh” means a “garden” which implies “life” and “growth” and “nurturing.
Karam Bagh is an all-inclusive welfare estate with a focus on Youth Development. It is located midway between Lahore and Rawalpindi, two kilometers off the GT Road near Kharian, Distt. Gujrat, Pakistan. It is a project of Brig. Sahib Dad Khan Welfare Trust (BSDKWT)
Karam Bagh offers affordable Primary and Secondary Education, Male and Female Vocational Training, Primary Pediatric and Eye Health Care, Shelter for Children of Women-Led Households, Female Adult Literacy, and Social Mobilization and Empowerment Programs for the needy and underprivileged people of the area
Develop facilities in a ten-acre area and establish partnerships with reputed organizations in their respective fields to conduct the following activities and avail of the synergy and symbiosis of close proximity.
- The Citizens Foundation (TCF) : Education, Female Vocational Training, Adult Literacy
- The Hunar Foundation (THF) : Male Technical Training
- Comprehensive Disaster Response Services (CDRS) : Primary Pediatric Care
- Layton Rahmatullah Benevelont Trust (LRBT) : Primary Eye Car
- SOS Villages Pakistan (SOS): Shelter for Children of Women-Led Households
- Human Development Foundation (HDF): Social Mobilization and Empowerment
An Intro to Karam Bagh
Post Video Developments
Activities at Karam Bagh
Time Since Karam Bagh was Established
The Latest at Karam Bagh
SOS Villages Hostel Complex for Children of Vulnerable Groups and Women-Led Households
On Friday, Nov 18 2016, BSDKWT and the SOS Villages of Pakistan signed an MOU for establishing a 52,000 square feet Complex spread over 3.77 acres of land for [...]
The Hunar Foundations (THF) Sahib Dad Abdul Mannan Khan Technical Institute (SDAMKTI)
Classes for City and Guilds London’s Level 2 Diploma in Electrical and Electronics, and Mechanical Manufacturing trades started in July 2016. 36 matric qualified students enrolled for these courses. [...]
TCF Secondary School!
In April 2016, sixth and seventh grade classes, separately for boys and girls, were also started at Karam Bagh. At present there are 45 students in these grades. The [...]