Poverty has been one of the biggest problems that Pakistan faces today. It is rightly said that poverty anywhere is a threat to prosperity everywhere. Nearly 60 per cent of the population of Pakistan lives in villages. According to an analysis, poverty has increased roughly from 30% to 40% during the past decade. It means that 40 per cent of the country’s population is earning their livelihood below the poverty line. In such condition people are depressed of their basic necessities of life. Proper education and medicine are becoming distant from them. They are forced to think of their survival only of due to poverty and unemployment, parents instead of sending their children to schools, prefer child labor for them. They make them do so to support their family and use them as earning hands from the early age.
The Holy month of "Ramazan" has started with all of its blessing. At the end of this month "Ramazan", we Muslims celebrate our religious event "Eid-ul-Fitr". But Nearly 60 percent of Pakistan people can't buy new clothes for their children on this religious event; leaving their innocent children with tears in their eyes.
The purpose of this campaign is to collect donations for poor children so they can buy new clothes on the occasion of Eid; so at least we can bring happiness on their faces on this holy event.