Welfare organizations in Pakistan have become very active in the past
years providing life-changing opportunities to a large number of less fortunate people. Lack of education, healthcare and financial aid has made it difficult for many low-class families to survive. In order to help the most in need, a large number of NGOs have taken charge.
Why Is Education the Primary Focus of Everyone
Unfortunately, more than 30% of the Pakistanis still cannot read and write. That is the reason why NGOs are working hard to provide a large number of free scholarships in Pakistani students. According to many social workers, education is the key to a healthy and prosperous nation. It diminishes negativity refining the mindset of every individual Pakistani.
Are Pakistani NGOs also Facilitating Internationally?
A few well-established charitable organizations such as Al-Khidmat, Chhipa and Billqees Sarwar Foundation are not only facilitating the Pakistani underprivileged community, but also helping the less fortunate through disaster management and refugee camps in other countries. After successfully inaugurating the free eye and kidney care hospital, BSF is also helping the less fortunate in countries such as Vietnam and Lebanon.
The Role of International Welfare Organizations in Pakistan
There are a few international NGOs in Pakistan are working actively to cater a few areas. They have no doubt been a life support for a large number of underprivileged people by providing aid, healthcare and educational opportunities. Some of the best examples are WWF, USAID and Seed Foundation.
National or International NGOs?
To be honest, both
national, as well as international welfare organizations in Pakistan, are doing a wonderful job in respects to serving the underprivileged community. Some of the NGOs specialize in working for healthcare and some specialize in providing free education. On the whole, all NGOs in Pakistan are playing their part to serve the ailing humanity.