International Friends of Pakistan Sweet Homes

At present, there are over 3,600 children living at Sweet Homes centres across Pakistan. These children come from impoverished backgrounds and have lost one or both parents to war or natural disaster. Living at our centres has transformed the lives of children, taking them away from poverty, violence and suffering. The work that is being…

A Day at Sweet Homes

For us at Sweet Homes, it is paramount that children receive the best quality of life they possibly can. We strive to provide the best services in terms of education, health, lodging and recreational activities. Our children attend some of the best schools across Pakistan and perform exceptionally well.   When children awake in the…

Jawad’s big dreams

  My name is Jawad Zia Ullah, and I am 7 years old. I am from Sweet Home in Mansehra, and at the moment we are visiting the main centre here in Islamabad.   My family is from Mansera. My father died as a result of a family feud when I was very small. At…

Meet Raza Ullah

  My name is Raza Ullah, and I am 4 and a half years old. I am from Waziristan and living at the Pakistan Sweet Home centre in Gujaranwala. I have three brothers and one sister. Two of my brothers are also living with me here in Sweet Homes, and my sister is very small.  …

Shah Faisal’s story

My name is Shah Faisal, and I’m thirteen years old. I was born in Mardan, where I lived until 2013. My father passed away in a tragic incident during a family feud, and I was moved to a Pakistan Sweet Homes centre in Mardan shortly after. I have two older sisters who are both married,…

What is Pakistan Sweet Homes?

Pakistan Sweet Homes is constantly full of brightness, laughter and cheer. Here, no two days are the same, while children are offered care, protection and the space to grow. Pakistan Sweet Homes is primarily a home for poor orphan children across Pakistan, who have lost either one or both of their parents, often through devastating…