The millstone of The NGO World Foundation (TNW Foundation) was laid down on 20th August 2010 by getting it registered as a non-political, non-profitable, non-sectarian and nongovernmental organization. “TNW Foundation was established to launch humanitarian, the community felt and demand-driven initiatives for the poorest of the poor and marginalized population of its target areas”. With the slogan “Live for Others”, TNW is working in various sectors of social well-being including Education, Leadership & Entrepreneurship, Poverty Alleviation, Disaster Management, Economic Empowerment, Peace & Harmony, Disaster Response, Orphan & Widows Support and Capacity Development Programs. There are different innovative sustainable programs which can be replicated as a role model in changing the lives of poor and disadvantaged segments of the society. category: NPO- Non-Profit Organization region: Punjab District: Khanewal restricted law: The Societies Registration Act, 1860 Geographic: Multan, Lahore, Rahim Yar Khan Thematic Area: Social Mobilization, Micro-Enterprise Development, Reproductive Health & Family Planning, Women Empowerment, Basic Education (UPE)
Shah Rukne Alam Colony Multan
Taaleem Foundation is a non-profit and non-governmental community support organization, registered in Balochistan (Pakistan) since 1993. During the years, Taaleem Foundation has established eight (8) schools in tribal and remotest areas of Balochistan which includes: Kohlu, Loralai, Killa Saifullah, Muslim Bagh, Zhob, Pishin, Mastung and Sui (Dera Bugti). Taaleem Foundation has also established a training center to cater vocational training and higher education in Sui to promote economic empowerment among females.
Phase 01, Blue Area, Islamabad, Pakistan
“To be the leading humanitarian organization of Pakistan, which is dynamic, self-reliant and committed to preventing and alleviating human sufferings at the national and international level, while acting in compliance with fundamental principles and humanitarian values of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement” The Society in its working draws inspiration from seven fundamental principles of the ‘Movement’, namely: Humanity, Impartiality, Neutrality, Independence, Voluntary Service, Unity and Universality.
Ashfaq Ahmed Rd, H-8/2، H-8/2 H 8/2 H-8, Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory
Pakistan Red Crescent Society
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan is one of the leading, non-profit and independent organizations, fully dedicated to humanitarian services. Alkhidmat workers and volunteers continue to work tirelessly for relief of affected people across Pakistan and worldwide as well. Our dedicated services include Disaster Management, Health, Education, Orphan Care, Clean Water, Mawakhat Program (Micro Finance) and Community Services.
House No. 711, Block -J - 2, Johar Town,Lahore
Al Khidmat Foundation (ALKF)
The Al-Hijrah Schools Trust (AHST) opened the door of opportunities for aspiring youth from humble backgrounds, by rendering the finest quality education in order to help them become valuable additions to the society. AHST carries a decade-long history of producing highly competent and intellectual individuals, many of whom have become highly successful professionals. The AHST was designed to ensure that the young generation lives up to its highest potential and leaves a cherished legacy behind for the community, the Ummah, and humanity in the long run.
Office # 3, Second Floor, VIP Plaza, I-8 Markaz, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Al-Hijrah Schools Trust
TAALEEM FOUNDATION (TF) IS STRIVING TO PROMOTE GIRLS EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE SOCIAL CHANGE IN PAKISTAN
Taaleem Foundation (TF) Is Striving To Promote Girls Education For Sustainable Social Change In Pakistan. With The Help Of UNESCO And Government Of Pakistan, The TF Is Helping Improve The Quality Of Schools And Students Learning Outcomes In 51 Schools Of Islamabad District. Working On Access (Enrollment Of Out Of School Children) And Quality Of Schooling On The Parallel. Source: Greater Good
Pakistan impresses on most global parameters
To brand the country as a failure by a section of the western media is a mistake that stands out as an example of a sorry stereotype. Pakistan — whose fate became inexplicably intertwined with the Russian invasion of Afghanistan in December 1979 at the urgings of the United States and a country that since then has paid an immeasurable price in terms of the human toll and suffering through no fault of its own — often finds itself on the receiving end of western media. Many dismiss it as a failed state. But let’s take a closer look at this country before we rush to judgment. Pakistan has been listed among the next 11 countries that, along with the BRICS nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), have a high potential of becoming one of the world’s largest economies in the 21st century. In the last five years, Pakistan’s literacy rate has grown by 250 percent, the largest increase in any country to date. According to a poll organized by the Institute of European Business Administration, from 125 countries, Pakistanis have been ranked the ‘fourth most intelligent people’ across the globe. The Cambridge exams of both A and […]
A Baloch Man Has Had His Eyes Gouged Out
In a gruesome reminder that men, too, can be brutally punished for honor — a Baloch man has had his eyes gouged out by his father and his four bothers. Abdul Baqi’s only crime was to propose to a young woman of his own choice. Naturally, there are fears for her safety. Abdul is now irreversibly blind. After his ordeal, he begged his family to kill him. But they refused; preferring to let him live so that he would be made an example to other young men in the village. A veritable deterrent to ensure that there is no going against traditional norms. But to be clear, this has nothing to do with culture, conservative or otherwise. It has everything to do with violent authoritarianism. This is what happens when the patriarchy begins to eat itself. And Pakistan should be very afraid. For if this can happen to a young man, it may signal that things could be about to get even worse for women. For what Abdul suffered is the equivalent to having acid thrown in his face; an all too common occurrence that women across the country are subjected to. Usually for rejecting unwelcome advances or unsolicited proposals. […]
Wrongful imprisonment sheds light on slow justice
KARACHI – Asma Nawab spent two decades in jail, wrongfully accused of murdering her family. Finally acquitted, she is seeking a new life, free from whispers and memories, as her plight draws fresh questions over Pakistan’s woeful justice system. Nawab was just 16 years old when someone slit the throats of her parents and only brother during an attempted robbery at their home in Pakistan’s chaotic port city of Karachi in 1998. With the killings dominating headlines, prosecutors pushed for swift justice in a 12-day trial that ended with a death sentence handed to Nawab and her then-fiance. The next 20 years were “very painful”, Nawab, now 36, says tearfully. At first the other inmates were skeptical at her protests of innocence, but eventually, she formed a new “family” of women – some convicted of kidnappings, others of murders. They supported one another when progress on their cases was poor, or family neglected them. “We would cry on Eid and other festivals… It was very painful. I would feel it intensely” when relatives failed to visit, she said through sobs. “Only once my uncle came to see me.” Though her trial was speedy, her appeal moved at a glacial speed […]