Dar-ul-Mussarat, Lahore

Dar-ul-Mussarat Lahore, abbreviated as DUML, is a chain of special education centers for mentally challenged children located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. It was established in December 1990 by Khushnud Mussarat Azariah, wife of Bishop Samuel Robert Azariah.[1]

The main campus of Dar-ul-Mussarat is located in the Diocesan compound on Waris Road, along with the St. Peter’s High School.[2]

Dar-ul-Musarrat Lahore is a day care center for training and development of mentally challenged children. The main focus of this institute is to provide every opportunity to the handicapped children to be independent in their living activities. Under the supervision of Mrs. Resha Qadir Bakhsh (specially trained in Japan), the staff of 17 well trained teachers help these children in developing awareness of their presence in this society. Dar-ul-Musarrat caters with the following disabilities:

Physiotherapy services are also provided

See also


  1. "Special Education". www.dorcop.org. Retrieved November 22, 2012.
  2. "Lahore Report". oxford.anglican.org. Retrieved November 22, 2012.

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