The Annual Meeting of Board of Trustees of Baacha Khan Trust held on Friday
at Peshawar. Chairman Bacha Khan Trust and ANP Central President Asfandiyar Wali
Khan chaired the meeting. Trust’s annual accounts, performance, research and
educational activities, future planning and other matters were reviewed in
detail during the meeting.
Senior Vice President and ANP Provincial President Senator Afraseyab Khattak,
Secretary of the Trust Ameer Ghazan Khan Hoti, Trust members Advocate Baz
Mohammed Khan and Naek Amal Khan, MD Bacha Khan Trust Educational Foundation
Dr.Khadim Hussain, Joint Director Bacha Khan Research Center Zalan Mohmand and
Dr. Fazal Rahim Marwat were also present.
Asfandiyar Wali Khan lauded successes of Bacha Khan Trust and expressed
satisfaction over its performance. He said research and educational activities
under the trust are aimed at reproducing history, culture and customs of
Pakhtuns in documentary form and security to national norms in order to aware
the new generations of Baacha Khan’s thoughts and philosophy. He said, "The main
aim of Baacha Khan was education of his people and he struggled hard for this
objective." He said Bacha Khan Trust is employing these golden rules.
MD Bacha Khan Trust Educational Foundation Dr.Khadim Hussain apprised the
meeting of 14 schools performance and needs running under the trust in different
districts of the province. He also provided details regarding annual accounts of
the schools, teachers’ training, students’ curricular and extra-curricular
activities and future planning. The meeting was informed that currently 14
schools are working under the trust and the number of students in these schools
exceeds 2500 out of which 950 are girls’ students. Likewise, the total number of
faculty members is 152 out of which 103 are female teachers. The meeting was
also apprised of Trust relief and rehabilitation activities during current
flooding in the province. The trust has directly reached 10,000 affectees while
20,000 affectees have been assisted indirectly. Asfandiyar Wali lauded all these
efforts of the trust.