Sammer joined CARE adopted City District Government High School Factory Area for her matriculation. After she scored 75% in her matriculation, CARE rewarded her with a scholarship to complete her intermediate at Government Ayesha Degree College. She then received her Bachelor’s from the School of Allied Health Sciences in the field of medical laboratory technology. Sammar excelled as a student at Allied Health and secured Second Position in her first professional examination. She is currently working at Shaukat Khanam Cancer Memorial Hospital as a Medical Laboratory Technologist.
Rabia has made history as both a CARE student and a female athlete. She attended the CARE adopted school in CharrarPind Lahore’s Defense Housing Authority. With the help of her teacher, Ms. Ghazala, she participated in several inter-city and inter-school sports events. Rabia simultaneously completed her matriculation exams. She now travels all over the world to compete in track and field tournaments. Rabia ran in the Asian Games in China and the 2012 London Olympics. To date she has won 52 gold medals for WAPDA and has set two national records.
CARE takes a lot of pride in having an alumni like Widat. She recently won First Place in an Oil Painting competition at the Express Education & Career Expo. Students from 20 universities across the country got to test their skills in various trades. She is currently a Fine Arts student at LCWU and will soon join CARE’s Creativity, Culture and Education (CCE) program as an artist.