We Help 70,0000 Childs, turn tears to smiles. Yaqeen Welfare Foundation founded in the year 2015. The main purpose of the foundation was to make sure that the handicapped/disabled persons are being provided with the basic necessities of life. And their educational needs are made available as per their disability criteria.
There are three major programs we are currently working on which are as follows:
- Parho Pakistan Program
- Donate for Drinking Water
- Save People from Hunger
Parho Pakistan Program
Education, as a fundamental human right, is considered very important and strategic for developing their human resources. The right to education imposes an obligation upon us to ensure that all children and citizens have opportunities to meet their basic learning needs. Promoting Quality and Equity Education is a common policy for our program.
“The Program shall protect and promote the right of all citizens to quality education at all levels and shall take appropriate steps to make such education available to all”
Which help student to their studies and vocational skills along with physical activities. Foundations also provide scholar ship to students. The Program has successfully conducted academic courses for more than 5000 families, also made arrangement of education for over 1000 needy students and provides Admission services for more than 3000 girls in different colleges and universities.
Donate for Drinking Water
The water crisis is real. It’s affecting women, children, families and farmers. Women and girls in drought affected areas are spending hours a day fetching dirty water which leads to illness and disease, robbing entire communities of their futures. Lack of access to safe water and proper sanitation limits education and food production, it harms health and leads to a cycle of poverty.
We want to help our neighbors and we know you do too. When you support The YWF, you help bring clean water through new wells, rehabbed wells, sand dams, rainwater catchment systems and/or spring protections to schools, medical clinics and villages.
We believe local in-country solutions, through local national leaders, can help end the water crisis one partnership at a time. We can’t wait to bring you into the heart of their stories.
Save People from Hunger
Over the years, Pakistan has made gains becoming a food surplus country, and a major producer of wheat. A recent reduction in the prices of staple foods and a concurrent decline in inflation might increase access to food if the trends continue.
However, 60 percent of the population is still facing food insecurity. This is due primarily to limited economic access by the poorest and most vulnerable – particularly women – to an adequate and diverse diet.
An average Pakistani household spends 50.8 percent of monthly income on food, and shocks, including high food prices, flooding, and significant population displacement in the northwest since 2008 exacerbate the situation.
The latest national nutrition survey found that 15 percent of children under 5 suffer from acute malnutrition, the second highest rate in the region. Close to 44 percent of children in the same age group are stunted, 32 percent are underweight and the majority of children under 2 consume less than half of their daily energy requirements, with low levels of vitamins and minerals.
As a result of social and cultural norms and practices, women and girls face difficulties accessing humanitarian assistance and services. Girls’ access to education, especially in areas like the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), the Frontier Regions and Balochistan, remains a challenge, and there is a strong correlation between their level of education and all forms of undernutrition (stunting, wasting, and underweight). Nationwide, 7.3 million children of primary school age are not enrolled, 57 percent of whom are girls.
The YWF work in Pakistan is aligned Government priorities as defined in their Vision 2025. YWF supports Government-led efforts to improve food and nutrition security among vulnerable communities affected by law and order operations and the effects of recurring climatic events; work with communities in the most hazard-prone parts of the country to build resilience; address malnutrition; create an enabling environment for women to achieve social and economic equality and facilitate the voluntary return of the displaced in the northwest, as well as assist those still in displacement.