ALL PAKISTAN YOUTH MOVEMENT is a network of progressive youth activists spread across many cities of Pakistan with years of programming experience in emergency relief, rehabilitation, social welfare initiatives, counter violent extremism, peacebuilding and capacity building of youth actors.we are helping people who dont have enough food ,medical facilities and waterLast year the ALL PAKISTAN YOUTH MOVEMENT was launched in Lahore. This was a landmark event gathering youth from all over Pakistan. Here we publish a report on the latest activities of theAPYM, its intervention across Pakistan in recent student protests and its successes in winning leftward moving nationalist youth organisations.
In its founding convention students from various educational institutions participated from across the country. This year after the summer break the APYM once again launched its campaign for Free Education, the restoration of student unions and against unemployment
— We Find & Fund
Our members from all areas of pakistan find people who are living in a very poor condition with least medical facilities and they dont have enough food.we raise funds for them and help them.
— We Build Networks
In almost 28 cities we build a network of our members they help people against voilence,social inequality ,religious discrimination.we are desired to raise our voice for those people who dont have enough resoures to get justice.
— We Strengthen
we encourge people raise voice against every evil in the society and we provide support to people against captalist Who suppress their rights
— We Educate
Our youth members from different educational institutions working on projects to educate homeless kids and youth and to provide them all the things necessary for education
— We Arrange Marriges
In Pakistan, there are many girls deprived from relationship because they are not able to buy a dowry. we arrange dowry for these girls and provide them necessary funds for marriage.so far, we have arrange marriage for 108 girls
Meeting on the topic of “Worldwide Revolutionary Movements of Youth”
Following the camp of 6 january, a meeting was organized in cream block on 18 jan, on the topic of “Worldwide Revolutionary Movements of Youth”. The meeting was organized in a hall in which 20 students participated. The majority of the participants belonged to UOL. The participants briefly introduced themselves and then usman of the apym opened up the topic for discussion in which he elaborated on the youth movements since 2008 and video clips of various youth movements across the globe were also shown which were especially helpful in highlighting the issues. usman expounded on the various hardships faced by the youth after the 2018 crisis, especially rising costs of education and unemployment. The cuts in education budgets, the attacks on free education and other public spending are in fact a manifestation of the 2018 economic crisis against which movements rose up in the U.S., Europe, Latin America, Africa, etc. and still continue to arise. All the movements, from the Occupy Wall Street in the U.S., to the students’ movement of Jawaharlal Nehru University in India, show the anger and hatred of youth towards this barbaric and exploitative system. The issues and problems faced by the students in Pakistan and their solutions were also frankly discussed. The most interesting thing about the meeting was that all the participants were keenly listening to the discussions and raised many questions regarding therecommendations regarding work among the youth.
Ramadan is one of the most blessed months of the year as the holy Quran was revealed in this month. It is the ninth month in the Muslim lunar calendar. Healthy adult Muslims fast in Ramadan from dawn until dusk. This includes abstaining from eating, immoral acts and anger. Other acts of worship such as prayer, reading the Quran and charity are also encouraged during Ramadan.
Pakistan is a Muslim country as Islam is the official religion. Majority of the people are Muslims and fortunately all of them are practicing Muslims. Unfortunately, a large number of the population lives below the poverty level while another major portion belongs to lower middle class. In such a crucial circumstances people can’t afford Qurbani (slaughtering a cattle) on the occasion of Eid Ul Adha.
The severity of cold weather doesn’t mercy upon the people living in Punjab as well as the average temperature drops down to an average of 5 degrees during winter season. Due to such a severe weather life of thousands of poor and deserving people go on stake as the can’t afford warm clothing and other essentials like quilts and blankets.