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LABARD – Lahore Businessmen Association for Rehabilitation of the Disabled is a non–profit, independent and non – governmental organization patronized by the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) and having the LCCI President as its Chief Patron. Our main purpose is to rehabilitate the disabled persons and help them lead an independent life.

We have established two vocational Training Centers at New Muslim Town and Tulbagh in Lahore, with the capacity to train almost 450 people at a time. We offer 14 trades in which disabled persons can be trained (For details of trades, visit our website After the successful completion of training, our placement officers also arrange the employment for the disabled through contacting various industrial and commercial sectors.

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Phone: 042-36314-652
Address: 11 Shahrah-e-Aiwan-e-Tijarat، G.O.R. - I, Lahore, Punjab 54000, Pakistan

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Muhammad Pervaiz Malik
President LABARD


feel immense pleasure at the publication of LABARD’s 9th Quarterly Newsletter. It is a humble effort on our part to apprise all the friends of LABARD about the recent/ongoing activities. It is only because of you that we have been able to impact the lives of thousands of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) and through your support, provide multiple interventions to PWDs including vocational training, provision of

employment, interest free loans and many more. With your support and help, we try to bring hopes in the lives of PWDs and convince them to come out of their comfort zones and work hard to become self-sufficient and independent. We hope that you will continue to share our burden and strengthen us with your financial as well as moral support so that we could continue this noble cause and rehabilitate the PWDs.

I also wish to congratulate the newly elected Governing Body Members and Office Bearers of LABARD and hope that they will play their role effectively by providing vision, leadership and concrete contribution to further expand the range of services for the disabled. I also commend the hard work of the staff and management of LABARD.

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