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Charity Works
Mountain Travels Pakistan besides promoting tourism in Pakistan, has also been helping poor and orphan students in backward and far flung valleys especially in the northern region of Pakistan.

We make arrangements for our valued clients to visit SOS villages in Islamabad as part of their tour itinerary. The clients during their visit to the SOS villages and also in other schools located in Gilgit Baltistan besides cash donations to the school administration, present gifts including books, pencils, drawing tools to the students.

In addition we also provide the services of volunteer teachers in different schools by inviting them from different countries of the world. These teachers serve in different schools and teach the students free of cost, while MTP provides boarding and lodging facilities to them in collaboration with the village communities and the school administration.

Ms Pat Haesslein from united kingdom and Mr. Mushtaq Jeevanjee from Karachi settled in Los Angeles are the prominent names among our volunteer teachers who have been continuously visiting Baltistan during summer season for the last several years and teaching in different schools voluntarily. While Ms. Of Austria has been completed here three year voluntary teaching services in Skardu a couple of years ago.

Similarly, a group of our Norwegian expedition team after visiting Mir Aliwa Public School in Marzi Gon – a remote and backward village in Ghanche district has been paying the salaries of 4 teachers for the last two years. These expedition members have also provided books, uniforms, note books and pencils to the students of the same school. MTP team is thankful particularly to our very good friend from Norwey Mr. Trym Atle Saeland and his wife Anette for their great financial contribution in running this school successfully in such a remote village of Baltistan.

Mountain Travels Pakistan is thankful to our valued clients who have been extending their cooperation in connection with promoting education in this backward part of Pakistan.

We appreciate tourists, trekkers, mountaineers and resourceful persons in land and abroad if they also wish to put their share in our charity work. If so, please contact us.

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