STAFF REPORT IBD: The Mobilink Foundation and JAQ Trust have recently joined together for an activity to build a wall at the Pehli Kiran School No. 8, a school for underprivileged children in the federal capital.
The school provides primary education to over 100 students in the slum areas of the city. The school consists of basic infrastructure and the children sit in a basic shed with a tin roof. It was open from all sides so cold winds made it very difficult for the students to sit there.
As many as 20 Mobilink volunteers spent 4 hours at the school where they participated in hard labor building a wall. They also took time to do some fun face painting and played cricket with the children. Mobilink helped build the wall to give students some protection from the elements, and to create a safe environment for them to study in.

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