A child labour free Pakistan

Our Approach

In order to have the greatest possible impact on the scale and complexity of the challenges in Pakistan, we deliberately aim to think differently about the challenges; we disrupt the traditional development agenda and seek new, effective solutions.

These key principles drive our approach:

  • The private sector has a central role to play.
  • We convene powerful cross-sector partnerships.
  • We invest in learning, innovation and entrepreneurship.
  • We support scalable and sustainable solutions.
  • We safeguard the wellbeing of the people that we work with and for.
  • We can always learn and improve.

A brief History

  • 1998

     

    Founding

    With regular interaction and strong efforts Mr. Ghazi became successful to start one center Name Naya Din School for Gypsy Children in their own community in a but on self- help basis.

  • 2000

    Bengimen Polar was the organizer of Global March Against Child labor in Germany on behalf of his organization, visited Pakistan and met Mr. Ghazi and visited Naya Den Schools and was quite impressed by the efforts of Mr. Ghazi. On his way back to Germany he started efforts for funding these centers and after some serious efforts he convinced some of his fellows to fund these centers and adopt these centers.

    Women Participation in Local Body Election by Au rat Foundation.

     

    2000

  • 2001

     

    Basic Education and Health Program for Gypsies in Lahore by MISEREOIR Extended on annual basis and continued till date.

  • 2002

    Basic Education and Health Program for Gypsy Girl Children by AusAi.

     

    2002

  • 2005

     

    Continued SAP-PK (We Can end Violence against women and Awaz and Accountability Program).

    Education program for Gypsy Children by IVO.

  • 2007

    Skill building of Gypsy Women by South Asia Women Fund.

     

    2007

  • 2008

     

    Mobile fun center for DP Camps with MISEREOR.

  • 2009

    20 to 20 National Campaign for Child Protection Bill by Save the Children.

    Skill Building of Gypsy Women by South Asia Women Fund.

     

    2009

  • 2010

     

    Rehabilitation and Reintegration of street working children by Plan International.

  • 2011

    Gender Equity Program by Aurat Foundation.

     

    2011

  • 2013

     

    Flood Early Recovery by UNDP.

  • 2014

    Street children Project by Save the Children.

    Forging civil society action against child domestic labor to combat the gender disadvantages.

     

    2014

  • 2015

     

    Advocacy Campaign on women friendly spaces by Aurat Foundation.

    Street Children Project to address the rights of children on Move.

  • 2016

    Elimination of Child and Bonded Labor.

     

    2016

  • 2017

     

    Protection and promotion of rights of vulnerable children.

  • 2018

    Protection of street children in sub-urban areas of district Lahore.

     

    2018

  • 2019

     

    Protection of children through empowering communities and strengthening response mechanisms.

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