SOS Children's Village Multan
SOS Children's Village Multan opened its doors in a donated property in 1999, and was completed in the summer of 2002. The land for this project, as well as for the school, has been donated by the Government of Punjab. The Village has 15 family homes along with other facilities such as an auditorium, mosque and cricket field.
The city of Multan is located in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is Pakistan's third largest city by area and it’s fifth largest by population. Located on the banks of the Chenab River in the geographic center of the country, Multan is about 560km from the capital, Islamabad.
The first welfare programme of its kind in Multan, the first children were welcomed in 1999. Now, there are 127 children living in the Village.
The SOS youth home is equipping older boys to take their first steps to independence. Youth Home is providing accommodation for 49 boys.
Catering for up to 1227 children and run on a not-for-profit basis, the SOS secondary school provides quality education to the children living in the Village as well as children from neglected and remote communities. Classes are offered from playgroup to F.A/F.Sc following an Oxford English syllabus. The school has achieved a 100% first division result since 2009.
The SOS Multan Institute of Technology (SMIT) opened its doors in October 2015.The area selected for this institute is inhabited by many low-income groups. This institute offers diploma-based trades and vocational trades.
SOS Children's Village Multan Industrial Estate, Sector No.1, Multan.