Quetta Online


Our Aim " Social Media for Positive Activities and #SocialChange"

Quetta Online Volunteer Group is a great practical idea to bring change i.e How to use Social Media for positive activities like Knowledge sharing, E learning, Social work and Youth awareness and talent promotion programs, Jobs, online education programs, Blood Bank , Sports and Health Tips. The main focus of this group is on volunteerism and self help phenomenon. we have achieved our objectives through various practical activities conducted in Quetta by our young and talented volunteers. Some of the Prospering Volunteer Exercises are listed below :

Blood Donation on online/SMS request
Online Training Presentations
Sports activities (Cricket , Football etc)
Meetings On Practical Agendas
Quetta Neat & Clean awareness Campaign
Tree Plantation activities
Wall Painting
Youth empowerment and talent promotion seminars
Career counseling programs
Online Radio
Professional Posts
Online Games b/w Members
Job and Education activities
Online Doctor
Talent Acknowledgment Activity
Informative and Healthy activities

> More social interaction. For those who are less than super social.
> keeping Up to Date on our related tasks.
> Opportunity to meet field specialized persons.
> Lots of great resources and information.
> Ability to create large social network.

* Quetta Wall Activates:-
Knowledge, Art Gallery, Recipes, Books Corner, News Corner, Quetta Complains, Different Competitions, Tribute to Heroes, Home tips, Amazing Photography, Weather Update, Beauty tips, World important days posts, Quetta Problems, Best wishes Cards, Question & Answers, Well Said, Poetry, Music,
Scholarships and Mega Events.

* Quetta gives a step to lead; Choose Being Kind, Over Being Right And U'll Be Right Every Time..

The More Quetta Share..
The More Quetta Have.
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Xia Khan
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- Quetta (help·info) (Pashto: کوټه Urdu: کوئٹہ, Brahui: Koŧá) is the largest city and the provincial capital of the Balochistan Province of Pakistan. It is known as the "Fruit Garden of Pakistan", due to the diversity of its plant and animal wildlife. Situated at an average elevation of 1,654 meters (5,429 feet) above sea level. [3] the city is a major stronghold along the western frontier of the country. The city is also home to the Hazarganji Chiltan National Park, which contains some of the rarest species of wildlife in the world and to a research institute, the Geological Survey of Pakistan.

Quetta sits near the Durand Line border with Afghanistan and is an important trade and communications center between the two countries as well as an important military location occupying a vital strategic position for the Pakistan Armed Forces. The city lies on the Bolan Pass route which was once the only gateway to and from South Asia. The city was the closest city to the 1935 and the 2008 earthquakes both of which resulted in a great deal of damage to the city and significant loss of life.