How we give shelter to your dreams?
Jamila did not speak but her eyes were telling the story of her misery. She was accompanied by the two little boys, apparently looked not more than 5 years. She had emotions but did not have the ability to transmit. Every achiever was once a dreamer. When you shelter the dreams of someone, he/she embraces accomplishment.
She wanted to say something but lack of confidence and her pitiable situation snatched words from her. While staring at the gate of The Noor Project, she questioned herself that why her kids cannot be one of those who are studying here? Why she hasn’t been given resources? She wanted shelter for her children.
All of a sudden a hand was put on her shoulder and she was brought into the same school with her children where she wished to enter. A kind lady who saw hopelessness in her eyes was none other than Miss Nayyer who heads this department.
She gave free admission to her children and hope to her mother. Ma’am made sure that she gets free grocery items from their grocery store whenever she wants. The moment she saw all this, her tears sat into motion and it seemed as if shine has been returned to her rough eyes.
As time progressed, those children became the top performers of their respective classes. They are doing well and developed a vision to contribute to the nation. They have capability and class to achieve whatever they want and this is the result of the feedings of this Project. Apart from those two boys, The Noor Project has identified the talent of hundreds of future stars who could have been wasted by ruthless society.