NGO in Pakistan

Many NGOs are providing their services to Pakistan in every city. Following is a list of NGOs :

Abbottabad NGOs

1. Sohni Dharti Development Foundation


Link Road, Opposite Old BISE, Abbottabad. Postal: GPO Box 59, Post Code 22010, Abbottabad, Pakistan. Phones: 0992-330125, 331199 Fax: 0992-337350

Sohni Dharti Development Foundation



Abbottabad 92.315.59000.22 +92.315.59000.23


3. Association for Rural Cooperation And Development (ARCAD-Pak) Abbottabad - Pakistan


House No. 269/UM, Shimla Hill Road Abbottabad NWFP Pakistan Tele: 0992-331263 - 0300-9111955

Association for Rural Cooperation And Development (ARCAD-Pak) Abbottabad - Pakistan

4. Sungi Development Foundation


House # 1692/C, Civil Lines, Circular Road, Abbottabad Tel: +92-992-334750, 333414 , 337311-16 Fax: +92-992-331726

Sungi Development Foundation

Faisalabad NGOs

1. Flame Foundation


P-134, Main Road Mian colony, Faisalabad - Pakistan Phone & ContactsPhone : 0092 41 87 61824

Flame Foundation

2. Anjuman Samaji Behbood


40-A , Main Bazar Dhuddiwala Faisalabad 38060 Pakistan By Phone: 009(241)-8713431

Anjuman Samaji Behbood

3.Tamir Welfare Organizations


P-138, Street. No.2, Mian Colony, PC#.2, Faisalabad Postal Code 38090, Pakistan Tel/Fax:+92-41-8717606 Cell No. +92-300-6650184

Tamir Welfare Organizations

4. Pehchaan Welfare Society


Pehchaan Welfare Society, Guru Bazar, Nankana Sahib, Pakistan. Office Ph: +92 56 201494

Pehchaan Welfare Society

5. Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi


Faisalabad Office Govt. Elementary School Khalsa College near Degree College Abdullah pur, Jaranwala Road, Faisalabad Field Offices : Islamabad, Sheikhupura, Chiniot, Multan, Muzaffargarh, Rahimyarkhan, Karachi, quetta, shikarpur, Hyderabad


6. Sundas Foundation

Faisalabad Office Contact Person: Muhammad Shahoor Khan Mobile No: 0300-4206886 , 0333-4263877 Address: P-39, Rafique Colony, Jail Road, Ayesha Saddiqua Free dispensary, Faisalabad Phone No: 041-2600895- 8hone. No. 042-37539232, Regional offices- Sialkot, Gujrat, Gujranwala, Daska, Mirpur, Faisalabad

Sundas Foundation

7. SOS Children's Villages Pakistan

The organisation is working towards the goal of one day being able to provide shelter to every deserving child in the country. This is a realistic target as the organisation admits only those children who are either complete orphans or, categorised as 'social' orphans. Social orphans are the result of the mother being remarried or having an incurable disease or mental illness and, as a consequence, being unable to provide for the children.

SOS Children's Villages Pakistan

Islamabad NGOs

1. Sustainable Development Policy Institute

The Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) provides the global sustainable development community with representation from Pakistan as well as South Asia as a whole. The Institute's mission is: "To catalyse the transition towards sustainable development, defined as the enhancement of peace, social justice and well-being, within and across generations". The think tank is based in Islamabad, Pakistan. The Lauder Institute thinks it is one of top 15 research institute's in Southeast Asia and the Pacific

Sustainable Development Policy Institute

2. Community Uplift Programs


12-A Street 28 , F-8/1 Islamabad. (92 51) 225 60 43 - (92 51) 285 62 92

Community Uplift Programs

3. Helping Hand For Relief And Development


HHRD Plaza,Plot #1, Umar Market, G-10/4, Islamabad, Pakistan 92-51-8438800, 92-51-8438801-3

Helping Hand For Relief And Development

4. Mehergarh A Center For Learning


House # 33-A, Street. # 16, F-7/2 Islamabad, Pakistan +92 51 2609740 +92-51-2609741

Mehergarh A Center For Learning

5. Potohar Organization for Development Advocacy


(051) 2609743 and (051) 2609744

Potohar Organization for Development Advocacy

6. Mountain and Glacier Protection Society


House # 33-A, Street. # 16, F-7/2 Islamabad, Pakistan +92 51 2609740 +92-51-2609741

Mountain and Glacier Protection Society

7. Ask Development


House # 24, Ibn-e-Sina Road, G-10/3, Islamabad, Pakistan-44000 Tel:+92 51 235 3011 - 13

Ask Development

8. Hashoo Foundation


House #7-A, St # 65, F-8/3 Islamabad, Pakistan Tel: +92 51 2287712-16 Fax: +92 51 2287718 Field Offices:Rawalpindi,Chitral,Gilgit,Mansehra,USA,UK

Hashoo Foundation

9. Sahil


Office No 13, First Floor, Al-Babar Center,F-8 Markaz, Islamabad, Pakistan Phone # (92-51) 2260636, 2856950 Field Offices : jaffarabad,Abbotabad,Sukkur,Lahore


10. Rutgers WPF Pakistan


Islamabad, Pakistan-44000

Rutgers WPF Pakistan

Karachi NGOs

1. Health Oriented Preventive Education

Health Oriented Preventive Education (HOPE) is a Pakistan NGO which provides the poor with service in the sectors of health and education, particularly focusing on women and children. Founded in July 1997, it is mainly based in Karachi, the largest city in Pakistan, and its vicinity, but is working nationwide through its offices.

Health Oriented Preventive Education

2. Idara-e-Amn-o-Insaf

The Idara-e-Aman-o Insaf (Committee for Peace and Justice) was set up in 1974 by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Karachi and the Church of Pakistan in Karachi. The organisation serves the people irrespective of tribe, clan, colour or creed.


3. Family Educational Services Foundation

Family Educational Services Foundation (FESF) is a non-profit, educational organization based Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. It is working in Pakistan since 1984. FESF provides educational services, with particular focus on Deaf children and youth. FESF is registered as a non-profit organization with the SECP and is tax exempt.

Family Educational Services Foundation

4. Health Oriented Preventive Education

Health Oriented Preventive Education (HOPE) is a Pakistan NGO which provides the poor with service in the sectors of health and education, particularly focusing on women and children. Founded in July 1997, it is mainly based in Karachi, the largest city in Pakistan, and its vicinity, but is working nationwide through its offices.

Health Oriented Preventive Education

5. Edhi Foundation

The Edhi Foundation (Urdu: ایدھی فاؤنڈیشن‬‎) is a non-profit social welfare program in Pakistan, founded by Abdul Sattar Edhi[4] in 1951. Edhi until his death on 8 July 2016 was the head of the organization and his wife Bilquis, a nurse, oversees the maternity and adoption services of the foundation. Its headquarters are in Karachi, Pakistan. The Edhi Foundation provides 24-hour emergency assistance across the nation of Pakistan and abroad. The Foundation provides, among many other services, shelter for the destitute, free hospitals and medical care, drug rehabilitation services, and national and international relief efforts. Its main focuses are Emergency Services, Orphans, Handicapped Persons, Shelters, Education, Healthcare, International Community Centers, Blood & Drug Bank, air ambulance services, Marine And Coastal Services.

Edhi Foundation

6. Layton Rahmatulla Benevolent Trust

Layton Rahmatullah Benevolent Trust or LRBT is Pakistan's largest non-governmental organisation,[1] working to fight blindness in the country.[2] Established in 1984,[3] it is based in Karachi with hospitals and primary eye care centres throughout the country.

Layton Rahmatulla Benevolent Trust

7. Indus Hospital

The Indus Hospital is a tertiary care multidisciplinary hospital that was constructed starting from 2004 and opened its door for the patients in July 2007.The unique feature of the hospital is that it is privately run, but offers services completely free of charge. The idea of a 'free public hospital' was conceived by four medical students after they visited the 1987 Bohri Bazaar bomb blast site and experienced much frustration by the limited capacity of the nearby Civil Hospital Karachi's emergency ward. "Their dream came true exactly 20 years later when the Indus Hospital was established in 2007.

Indus Hospital

8. Aman Foundation

The Aman Foundation is a not for profit trust, based in Karachi, Pakistan. In 2015. The Aman Foundation has developed a complete healthcare eco-system, targeting important healthcare matters. Aman Health established heat relief camps in Karachi during the 2015 Pakistan heat wave.[4]

Aman Foundation

9. Dar-ul-Sukun

Dar-ul-Sukun (Urdu: دارالسکون ‎) (House of Peace) in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan is a home for physically and mentally challenged children and adults, both men and women in poverty or unable to address their challenges. It has three branches across Karachi. Dar-ul-Sukun has taken responsibility for care of the underprivileged persons from various backgrounds, such as those who are mentally challenged, those who cannot be treated or accommodated at home, physically challenged, or abandoned people. It is one of many organizations such as the Edhi Foundation in Karachi that care for people in need.


10. Green Crescent Trust

Green Crescent Trust (GCT) is a non-profit organization in Sindh, Pakistan that focuses on education and development. It was established in 1995 by group of people with just one goal: making a better Pakistan through education. It started out with just one school and handful of students in Karachi. Today, GCT aims to making schools a reality for deserving children in underprivileged areas of Sindh. It has expanded their schools network making them more accessible to these children.

Green Crescent Trust

Lahore NGOs

1. Al-Khidmat Foundation

Al-Khidmat (اﻟﺧدﻣﺖ) Foundation is network that provides humanitarian services across Pakistan. It is registered with the Government of Pakistan as a non-governmental organisation (NGO) under the Societies Act XXI of 1860.[1] As of January 2018, its president was Muhammad Abdul Shakoor. Its sole aim is service to humanity without discrimination of religion, race, cast, sect, language, or political affiliation.

Al-Khidmat Foundation

2. Bilqees Sarwar Foundation

The Bilqees Sarwar Foundation (BSF) is a registered non-profit organization based in Lahore, Pakistan, which provides public health and education support to the local community as well as around the world. It was established by the Sarwar family, and cooperates with NRS International, a Dubai-based disaster relief supplier with a manufacturing facility in Pakistan.

Bilqees Sarwar Foundation

3. iDonate

iDonate is a non-profit organization in Pakistan that helps people in blood donations, Community service, disaster management, Education and Income Support. The core objective of establishing this organisation was to help donors meet the blood donee's and arrange hassle free blood donations. With the passage of time, the organisation has developed various other departments such as "Health Care", "Free Education", "Disaster Management" And "Income Support Program".


4. Health & Education Foundation, Pakistan

The Health and Education Foundation is registered as a non-profit organization. The main objectives of the Foundation are to aid, assist, set-up, maintain, administer and run Medical Colleges, Hospitals, Nursing Homes, mother and Child Care Centers, Clinics, Dispensaries, immunization and vaccination centers etc. To establish, manage, maintain, own administer and subsidize educational institutions etc.

Health & Education Foundation, Pakistan

5. Kawish Welfare Trust

Kawish Welfare Trust's mission is to develop a literate, healthy & self esteemed society ready to take on challenges of life and supporting each other in the hour of need. Their vision is to attain the above objectives by providing Primary & Middle level education, Basic Health facilities, Micro finance facilities, skill development programs and disaster management.

Kawish Welfare Trust

6. Democratic Commission for Human Development

The goal of Democratic Commission for Human Development is to create analytical consciousness about the dynamics of existing socioeconomic and political structures among the disadvantaged strata of society. To create wider societal support for social, political and economic structures based upon the principle of participatory human development and socio-economic justice in Pakistan..

Democratic Commission for Human Development

7. Child Care Foundation Foundation

Child Care Foundation of Pakistan (CCF) is a non-profit, non governmental organization set up in October 1996. CCF mandate is to develop comprehensive strategies in collaboration with Government, NGOs, Trade Unions, UN Bodies, Donor Agencies, Private Sector Organizations and concerned members of civil society to ensure the prevention, elimination and rehabilitation of all forms of child labor in Pakistan. Child Care Foundation came into being when it was most needed to comprehensively address child labor issue in Pakistan and protect country’s strategic interests nationally and internationally.

Child Care Foundation Foundation

8. Maksad

Maksad Foundation is formed by visionary and socially active group of corporate professionals who realize their social and ethical responsibilities. It is a bitter reality that poverty, illiteracy, and disease still prevail and mankind continues to suffer from sorrow, distress, and pain. Instead of being merely a silent observer, we have stepped forward to support underprivileged members of society in achieving their educational goals and eliminating their sufferings.


9. Wasil Foundation

Wasil Foundation, formerly known as CWCD, is a not for profit company, registered under section 42 of companies ordinance 1984. Wasil came into existence as a Non-Governmental Organization in 1992. Ever since its inception, Wasil is devoted towards the achievement of its objective – poverty alleviation through enterprise development. With this objective, Wasil developed a very unique model of micron finance negating the concept of ‘Poorest of the Poor’ by introducing a new ideology of ‘Potential Poor.’

Wasil Foundation

10. Agribusiness Support Fund (ASF)

Agribusiness Support Fund (ASF) - a not-for-profit company - was established in July, 2005 with the support of Asian Development Bank (ADB) in the context of Agribusiness Development & Diversification Project (ADDP) under a loan agreement signed between the Government of Pakistan (GoP) and ADB. The company was established to strengthen and support demand-driven private sector service delivery mechanisms throughout the agribusiness value chains (with high-value horticulture, livestock and dairy sectors) including supply inputs, production, processing, and market access for domestic and export markets.

Agribusiness Support Fund (ASF)

Multan NGOs

1. Hassan Foundation

In 2008, a few residents, businessmen, physician, researchers and lecturers banded together in an informal block association and start effort to save the neighborhood from decay and destruction. They succeeded, and formed Hasaan foundation, an organization founded on the basis of self-sufficiency. Today, Hassan Foundation is a recognized not-for-profit leader in affordable Community development for Support the Children & women, Health, Education, Awareness on Drugs abuse prevention and rehabilitation, sustainable Livelihood , Special Humanitarian Services , United Nations Reforms like Human Rights, Justice ,Women Empowerment and etc by our management in the country.

Hassan Foundation

2. Awaz Foundation Pakistan

AwazCDS-Pakistan is striving for the socio-economic development and political empowerment of marginalized communities especially women and young people across Pakistan since 1995. AwazCDS-Pakistan follows rights based approaches for sustainable development, poverty alleviation and achieving SDGs.

Awaz Foundation Pakistan


AGAHI is a not for profit organization established in 2011 under the Society Registration Act 1860. Its primary function is to create non-paid communication strategies, content intelligence structures, development collateral and tools for diverse sectors and organizations. AGAHI encourages and advises individuals and institutions in pursuing and supporting initiatives to improve the state of development in Pakistan. .


4. Association for Social Development

The Association is a non-political and not-for-profit registered professional organization, established in 1995. The Association works in partnership with the national institutions and disease control programes as well as international teaching and research institutions and development partners. The Association also has strong working linkages with international technical bodies such as WHO and IUATLD.

Association for Social Development

5. Idara -e-Taleem-O-Agahi

Their mission is to promote education as a comprehensive process for human and social transformation. To actively pursue universal access and standard setting in education as a comprehensive learning experience for human evolution and consciousness by creating contemporary education systems for all children without discrimination due to gender, class, age, religion, color and ethnicity and, endeavoring to address educational bottlenecks through timely resource mobilization and influencing of public policy.

Idara -e-Taleem-O-Agahi

6. Fatimid Foundation

The goal of Fatimid Foundation is to provide first class quality blood banking and hematological services safely & competitively to deserving patients and the community at large. To ensure the use of FDA/CE approved high quality material and equipment for the treatment of Thalassaemia, hemophilia and other genetic blood disorders. To achieve managerial & technical excellence in the field of blood banking & hematological services.

Fatimid Foundation

7. SOS Children's Villages Pakistan

The organisation is working towards the goal of one day being able to provide shelter to every deserving child in the country. This is a realistic target as the organisation admits only those children who are either complete orphans or, categorized as 'social' orphans. Social orphans are the result of the mother being remarried or having an incurable disease or mental illness and, as a consequence, being unable to provide for the children.

SOS Children's Villages Pakistan

8. The Communist Mazdoor Kissan Party

The Communist Mazdoor Kissan Party(Communist Workers and Peasants Party in english) is the largest and most advanced Marxist-Leninist party in Pakistan. It aspires to become the revolutionary vanguard of the workers and peasants of this country and aims to overthrow capitalism, imperialism, and feudalism in order to create a socialist society.

The Communist Mazdoor Kissan Party

9. Roshni Welfare Organization

ROSHNI WELFARE ORGANIZATION MULTAN organization came into existence in 1992. Major focus of ROSHNI WELFARE ORGANIZATION MULTAN is Education, Women development, Poverty Alleviation and capacity building. ROSHNI WELFARE ORGANIZATION MULTAN got registration with Social Welfare department under the Voluntary Act 1961. Their mission is to bring change in the lives of the disadvantaged groups providing them access to quality education and enabling them to explore their potentials especially women.

Roshni Welfare Organization

10. Pakistan Disabled Development Council(PDDC)

Pakistan disable development council was established by a group of young and energetic people who were highly motivated and committed for contributing their time, skills and energies for the development and empowerment of socially disadvantaged and vulnerable communities in Pakistan and addressing poverty issues, health, education, environment and gender based discrimination.

Pakistan Disabled Development Council(PDDC)