Established under societies registration act XXI of 1860 Pakistan since 2010. An adventure by young individuals to build a movement for real change.Organization is composed of students volunteers, pastors, evangelists and teachers, providing an avenue to work for change, especially in neglected and underprivileged areas
Slogan / Motto Helping many by helping one
There is much about life in rural Pakistan that has not changed for hundreds of years. In the countryside, you can still find tribes of nomads, the families of shepherds who range back and forth over the Pakistan-Afghanistan border.
The children don't go to school; most are illiterate. In the rural areas, the predicament of women is especially precarious.
Young girls are routinely sold off into virtual slavery by their families. They are sometimes offered up to settle a dispute over land or insults to family honor.Women are often raped to settle a score.
Poverty, food prices and hunger are inextricably linked. Poverty causes hunger. Not every poor person is hungry, but almost all hungry people are poor. Millions live with hunger and malnourishment because they simply cannot afford to buy enough food, cannot afford nutritious foods. Hunger can be viewed as a dimension of extreme poverty. It is often called the most severe and critical manifestation of poverty.
Rural households are the most heavily burdened by the consequences of poverty and hunger. In addition to causing hunger, poverty limits a rural community’s ability to invest in its own development. Over 70 percent of rural girls living in poverty are kept out of school to save money in Pakistan, Studies have shown that lack of general education leads to higher adolescent birth rates; births that in turn over-burden an already economically strained community, perpetuating a cycle of gender inequality, poverty and hunger.
Recognizing the urgency of this issue, world leaders have made poverty a top priority as a part of Millennium Development Goal 1.
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