Religious Braille

Shahzad Khan Society is the first institution offering both secular and Islamic studies to people with visual impairments. Since the insitution opened its doors, it has managed to enrol many full time students. It has also trained other people with visual impairements who were already able to read English in braille to read the Quran through Arabic braille. The core aim is to save and strengthen their imaan.

The students are also taught hadith as well as life skills such as grooming, personal hygiene, daily living activities for example washing clothes, walking with a cane stick, combing, gardening, playing football as well as other extra curriculum activities that are vital for an independent life.

95-E, Allama Iqbal Road,
Garhi Shahu
Lahore, Pakistan.