Lahore-November 15, 2016: As part of its corporate social responsibility, the Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) today arranged a visit of WAPDA House for orphans from Dar-ul-Shafqat, Lahore. The delegation comprised of two faculty/admn members and 20 children/students.
The purpose for arranging this visit was to create awareness among children about water conservation, besides providing them an opportunity to visit WAPDA House which is considered to be one of the landmark buildings in Lahore. During the visit, the orphans were briefed about the importance of water for life, and the ways and means to avoid wastage of water. They had a round of the WAPDA House including its roof top to view the city. They also had an opportunity to see models of different WAPDA projects placed at WAPDA House. They were apprised about the history and significance of these projects for Pakistan.
The administration/faculty members of Dar-ul-Shafqat were also presented WAPDA souvenir as memento to their visit.