Special Matchmaking Service for Special People: Azauj

With the support of PITB, a revolutionary matrimonial matchmaking service has launched for disable people. It was named as “Azauj”.The basic objective of this service is to provide efficient match making platform to disabled Pakistanis living all over the world.Under the banner of Azauj Social, the matchmaking service provides families a distinctive forum, where they can meet and greet each other in an informal setting.

Special Matchmaking Service for Special People: Azauj

In Pakistan finding a suitable life partner for one’s self, siblings or children is not an easy task.Our existing matchmaking services and traditional matchmakers at large fail to provide efficient and effective solutions. This procedures also requires huge financial implications, which can create trouble for many people in finding a life partner.To address this issue, Azauj is currently working in Pakistan, UK and USA through offering online access as well as offices and representatives.

Special Matchmaking Service for Special People: Azauj

The launch event of Azauj was organised at Arfa Software Technology Park, Ferozpur Road, Lahore. The Azauj team has started this service on the demand of the disabled people and their families. The team has also undergone an extensive Disability Equality Training provided by the R&D Youth Connect, Punjab in order to comply with, the special needs of disabled people.

The launch event of ‘Azauj Special’ was led by internationally acclaimed Pakistani luminaries like Fountain House Psychosocial Rehabilitation Activities Vice President Muhammad Salim Ahmad Ranjha, Taleem Foundation Director & BISP secretary Dr Khalid Jamil, Mayo Hospital Medicine & Rehabilitation Department Head and author and scholar Dr Izhar Hashmi, Advocate Umar Parvez Malik.

The CEO of Azauj, Sadia Salim Cheema, during tge event said that

“It is my sincere hope that our efforts will not just promote and facilitate better matchmaking but also provide a progressive platform from which outdated traditional norms and gender stereotypes can be challenged and, eventually, rejected.”

The launch event was attended by disabled people, their families, friends and others who take part in Azauj’s matchmaking events on a regular basis.

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