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TOP 6 NGO’S WORKING FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

TOP 6 NGO’S WORKING FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENT


Women Empowerment: Their Right, NOT A Grant!

In all civilizations, women have been playing their role to assist their families. Since the beginning of time, women have been indulged in development of society in one way or the other. While talking about women empowerment, common perception is that this phenomenon benefits women only. Whereas, the beneficiaries of women empowerment are all; including men, women, society, community and the overall economy of a country.

1. Hope Uplift Foundation strives to improve lives of thousands of low-income (or no-income) Pakistanis who struggle to provide themselves and their families with basic necessities on a daily basis. The organization raise funds & awareness for and about the ‘Underprivileged Communities’ in & around Lahore. Moreover, Hope Uplift Foundation has always emphasized on quality education as it is the only solution to improve the lives of women. Therefore, to cater to those masses who cannot afford to give their children quality education many projects have been under their umbrella like the Quran Program for basic Islamic education, Hope Uplift Foundation School in DHA, Mashal Campus School, and Model Campus School.  

2. Aurat Publication and Information Service Foundation was founded in 1986 with the aim and mission to create widespread awareness and commitment for a just, democratic and caring society in Pakistan. Over the last 28 years, Aurat Foundation has come to be recognized for promoting trust and collaboration among citizens to put pressure on public for women’s empowerment in the country. 

3. Kaarvan Foundation was founded in 2004 as a Not-for-Profit Company. Since then, it has successfully carried out diverse projects in remote villages of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The ultimate empowerment of these women would enable them to step up and take charge of their own future. With the training provided, these women will be able to become better decision makers. The importance of being able to project their demands, get their say and decide, not just for themselves, but for their families, is key in making these women an equal and productive member of their communities and society at large. Once they can stand up for what they believe in, only then can women become truly empowered.

4. All Pakistan Women’s Association (APWA) is the first and largest NGO of Pakistan with its Provincial Headquarters in Lahore. The 13 district branches of APWA Punjab are serving the educational and skill development needs of women. It is also running 24 multipurpose centers with the main focus on primary education for children, adult literacy and women’s skill development. These centers are providing services completely free of charge and are targeting the most deprived and needy in our community.

5. Women Right Association (WRA) is not for profit organization which has been actively engaged in community development projects for 15 years in the most deprived, and marginalized communities of Southern Punjab region of Pakistan. They closely cooperate with print and electronic media, lawyers, government departments/institutions, academia, professional bodies, national and international human rights organizations/networks to give the best possible support to their beneficiaries. WRA works to fight poverty, discrimination and injustice through working with pro-women organizations, government and movements on basic rights to achieve their goals. They believe in leadership development in the society, so it focuses on women and youth to accelerate development process in order to maximize productivity and have a long-lasting impact.

6. Kashf Foundation is a registered Non-Banking Micro Finance Company which is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan. Kashf was set up in 1996 as the first specialized microfinance institution of Pakistan and began operations as a Grameen replicator. Since then Kashf has successfully carved out a distinct and unique niche for itself in the microfinance sector at home and abroad by offering a suite of innovative and transformative products and services to low-income households especially women. Kashf offers appraisal backed individual lending to its clients along with other non-financial services to have a transformative impact at the household level. 

 

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