Support a Noble Cause this Ramadan! This Ramadan, let’s join hands to make a difference in the lives of those in need. Visit gbgoodwillmovement.com and contribute to our charitable efforts. Your donations will be utilized to: 1. Provide free training to disabled individuals in Gilgit-Baltistan. 2. Treat various diseases affecting disabled individuals. 3. Provide essential […]
Introduction: The Goodwill Movement, in partnership with AKRSP, orchestrated an impactful arts and musical event aimed at empowering women with disabilities. Held at the Special Education Complex in Gilgit Baltistan, the event witnessed the enthusiastic participation of over 40 women. It spanned two hours, beginning at 11:15 AM and concluding at 01:20 PM. Activities: The
His Excellency, Mr. Fida Hussain, Secretary of Social Welfare for the Government of Gilgit Baltistan, graced our office in Gilgit City with his presence. Mr. Hussain expressed his admiration, stating that “The Goodwill Movement is doing remarkable work for the disabled people of Gilgit Baltistan.” He pledged his support, affirming that he would extend assistance
Every institution must prioritize its professional development. The specialized enhancement of diverse skills is instrumental in fostering the growth of an institution. Therefore, GB Goodwill Movement is pleased to declare the commencement of recruitment for the positions of Project Manager and External Affairs Officer at Goodwill Movement, Gilgit. Adhering to the professional ethics inherent in
Upon this New Year’s Eve, Gilgit Baltistan’s Goodwill Movement – GBGM would like to congratulate Khushan Bano for her services to the Mehnaz Fatima Foundation. Khushan served as an intern in Mehnaz Fatima’s finance and HR department. On behalf of the GBGM team, we would like to thank Ms Tahira for her belief in our work. #WorkingTogetherToMakeADifference #DisabilityIsNotInability
Meet these incredible brothers at our institution who, despite their challenges with speaking, hearing, and visual impairment, are undergoing training with remarkable determination. It’s been a joy to witness their relentless hard work and commitment to education. One brother is learning International Sign Language, as well as the other brother learning sign language as well
In the USA, disabled people are reducing the labor shortages by being employed in remote working conditions. The Wall street Journal Found that in the US over 30% of disabled people are now in remote work. This begs the question if the US, a superpower, can do it why cant the Government of Gilgit Baltistan?
Introduction Everyone has a family and community in the sense that people are connected via friendships, blood relations, and professional connections in society. I mean everyone who can talk, walk, and communicate. It is one thing to say, but it is another to implement. When we remark that the government or the Department of Social