Saturday, 22 April 2017

Deserving Communities have set in Stone, Eyes on NGOs in Pakistan


Orphan Childs



NGOs in Pakistan are working tremendously and a large portion of the underprivileged community has their eyes on the development sector to provide them with basic necessities of life. According to UN, almost 51% of the population is deprived of standard education and healthcare solutions.5.1 million are not able to get the proper education whereas, 20 million have no shelter in Pakistan. yet many of them stay deprived of standard education and healthcare solutions because of the maladministration and no proximity to the healthcare centers. Providing the humanitarian rights to this underprivileged and indigent sector is one of the essentials for the betterment of the country. A country with fathers wishing for the good education for their kids, mothers thinking of getting their toddler's tummies filled and families looking for shelters. Where earning bread is not an easy task, so who would be doing all this, now here comes that portion of the movie where NGOs are playing hero.

Children taking clean water and dirty water

Charity Organizations, The only Hope for Neglected Ones.



Well, operating charity organizations are supporting props, the reason for smiling underprivileged. Instead of eating expensive meals or procurement of posh cars, we have a better place for utilization of that money, that is to donate to these charity firms, who work round the clock to serve less fortunate and alleviate their sufferings of deprived ones. Few of the famous Non-profit organization in Pakistan are as follows:

Edhi Foundation


Edhi Foundation is one of the best foundation in Pakistan and consistent service providers in the humanitarian sector across the world and serving round-the-clock for deprived community. IT was founded by Mr. Abdul Sattar Edhi in 1951.


Shaukat Khanum Hospital


This hospital works as a typical institution to lessen the anguish of patients of cancer through highly equipped, new technologies. Inaugurated on December 29, 1994 and have an annual budget of Rs.10 billion of the year 2017.


Bilqees Sarwar Hospital

Bilqees Sarwar Hospital (BSH) aims to alleviate the grief of underprivileged ones. They have been serving the community since 20th September 2015.Carving the way through icy patterns, providing ophthalmology solutions and also working as free dialysis center with the score of 11741 dialysis treatments and 4252 optic surgeries. BSH is working round the clock to support deserving ones.



Who is Paying the Value of Knowledge on the Behalf of Financially Unstable Students?



In Pakistan price of knowledge for the underprivileged community is compensated by NGOs or charity organizations in the form of free scholarships. According to Federal Ministry of Education, the literacy rate in 2016 was 60% with an expected rise of 2% annually. Barren lands of schools are inept to produce green shades of literacy. Pakistan’s literacy rate is 60% which is slightly above than average. New educational institutions are required with advanced methods of learning so that Pakistanis can compete elsewhere in the world with the help of NGOs in Pakistan. Raise in scholarships is one way to achieve expected excellence in the education sector. 

Children with books

Endless Energies of International NGOs in Pakistan




People who don’t have food to eat, shelter to live or institutes to get an education in Pakistan, don’t complain but deep down in the crypts of their sentiment they do feel less fortunate. International NGOs in Pakistan that have shown actual concentration keeping less fortunate and underprivileged in mind and focused on alleviation of their pain. These charity organizations need to be praised for their commendable work.