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Pak Mission Society was founded by a group of Christian professionals whose collective vision is to bring hope and love by responding to human suffering and disasters through emergency relief efforts and delivering long term rehabilitation and development programs. Since its establishment, Pak Mission Society has reached and served unreached and underprivileged communities regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, class, religion and social background.


Implement and promote holistic development to strengthen people’s capacities, resilience and self-reliance


Vulnerable and unreached communities are empowered so that people enjoy the fullness of life, living with hope, dignity and respect.

Core Values

Excellence, Accountability, Patience, Teamwork, Passion

Shazia found her sister alive under debris

Shazia, 18, is a resident of the village of Pathe. Shazia was washing clothes when the earthquake struck, while her 16-year-old sister, Uzma and 11-year-old brother, Faizan were taking tea

Change starts from one Person

Change starts from one person Samjho, wife of Lalchand and resident of Village Ahmed Ali Hingorjo, is 42 years of age and mother of seven children, six of whom live

Protected family against Germs/ Diseases

Open defecation is a major contributor of water-borne diseases. Each year thousands of children under 5 years of age die of diarrhea. Mrs. Nanu, a 49-year-old resident of village Pir

Relief through Clean Water

The pain which Motan goes through each day is hard to imagine. Motan, 35, lives in Khipro is a struggling mother of four children. Three of Motan’s children are physically








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Become a Volunteer

Become a vital part of a Pak Mission Society committed in saving others’ lives. It’s also a good way to improve your career prospects. Become a Pak Mission Society volunteer today. Through training, guidance and employee support, PMS supports all of our volunteers and it can be personally rewarding as it helps you give something back to your community.


“Those we hold closest to our hearts never truly leave us. They live on in the kindness they have shared and they live on in the love they brought into our lives”.

Dr. Jane P Samson

Dr. Jane P Samson for always sharing her valuable prayers, insights and contributions with motivational words of wisdom with the staff and management of Pak Mission Society.

Dr. Toni Anton Grosshauser

Dr. Toni Anton Grosshauser, for putting his trust in the PMS management and for providing the sound advice & honest feedback that has made PMS what it is today!

- Former Head of Programme Humedica International

Dr. Hansmartin Killguss

Dr. Hansmartin Killguss who, since the inception of PMS, has encouraged and supported us. His sincere prayers for the growth and progress of the organisation are always valued;

Mr. Dirk Jan (Late)

Dirk Jan was a good friend and staunch supporter of Pak Mission Society; Local Care has been a noteworthy companion in Pak Mission Society’s journey of growth since 2012. He contributed a great deal morally and financially towards the health projects of the organization. The Mother and Child Health Center (MCHC) at pattan in District Kohistan was especially close to his hearth and always in his prayers. He passed away after prolonged illness in early 2018. He was greatly loved and will be sorely missed.

- Former Head of Local Care

Mr. John Douglas

Mr. John Douglas joined Pak Mission Society in 2015 and worked with the organization for two years. He served as Head of the Planning and Development department before taking over as Director, Programmes in 2016. His emphasis on individual empowerment and organizational effectiveness and efficiency led to many positive changes for which the management and governing structures are very grateful. He left the organization and returned to his home country in 2017. We wish him the very best for his personal and professional future.

- Former Director Programmes (Pak Mission Society)

Mr. Solomon Khurrum

Mr. Solomon Khurrum joined Pak Mission Society in 2011 and during his six year associationwith the organization worked on numerous programmatic positions. In mid-2017, he was appointed as Director Programmes. His out of the box thinking and hunger for knowledge inspired several innovations and motivated staff members to develop a culture of learning within the organization. His vast expertise in and knowledge of the development sector played a vital part in the organization’s progress. He left the organization in end of 2017. We value his contributions to the organization and wish him very success in his life and career.

- Former Director Programmes (Pak Mission Society)

Mr. Michael Able (late)

The late Michael Able was a visionary leader who played a key role in the establishment of Pak Mission Society (PMS). As mentor, supporter and guide, the lessons that he imparted have given the organisation inspiration, strength and sustainability. Words cannot do justice to his contribution in PMS. He left us for his heavenly abode on 22 July 2017. He will always be remembered and cherished. May his soul rest in peace.

- Former Country Head of People International

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Our deepest gratitude to the supporters and partners of our project


Our disaster response team is working day and night to support the government in containing this deadly virus.

We are not just praying for those in need but also trying to provide for the most vulnerable families all over the country without any discrimination of religion, caste or creed.