Friday, May 13, 2011

Skills Development Centers

Assalaamu Alaykum WaRahmatullahi WaBaraktahu,

The catastrophic floods, earthquakes, tsunamis and wars of this past decade have not only altered landscapes but also family structures. Children have become orphaned, spouses have lost one another, and mothers have become childless due to such circumstances. In hopes of rising above such sadness and devastation Helping Hand for Relief and Development has provided these victims with outlets towards ensuring a better future.

HHRD’s "Skills Development Centers" are setup to provide men, women and children with the opportunity of specializing in a skill, which can be utilized towards ensuring livelihood and prosperity. Centers such as this have been set up in close to 20 locations across Pakistan where a vast array of week and month long courses are been offered from auto mechanics to electricians, and tailoring to baking. With classes specializing in the fine arts and those in social skills, HHRD has ensured the interest and talents of a wide range of individuals is being met.

HHRD hopes to provide these skills in order to lower the poverty level in countries such as Pakistan as it equips its citizens with the necessary skills to be part of the country’s workforce. We encourage our generous donors to take part in this noble cause and help reduce the struggles of these families and individuals.

For further information please visit

-HHRD Team

ICNA-MAS 2011 Convention Hartford, Connecticut:
"Quran: Guidance Towards a Just and Balanced Way"

Memorial Day weekend, May 28-30, marks the 36th annual ICNA MAS Convention where Helping Hand for Relief and Development will be participating in full swing. Come visit our booths located in the bazar and convention center in order to receive up to date information regarding our programs and to speak with HHRD representatives about HHRD’s groundbreaking role in emergency relief and development. We look forward in meeting our donors and supports and hope that we can benefit from one another.

"Summer Internship Program"

The Student Internship Program (SIP) at Helping Hand for Relief and Development provides an opportunity to spend the summer working with some of the most dedicated relief workers. SIP will also provide a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, in an environment devoted exclusively to the field of social services.

With positions open in 12 states, HHRD encourages youth to spend their summer productively and apply before the June 7th deadline. For job descriptions and futher information visit

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