SERVING THE UNREACHED

We Can Change The World

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01Mission

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02Vision

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03Projects

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Empowerment

Help Children In Africa

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Empowerment

Development Matters

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Enabling Environment

Our Latest Causes

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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 with their parents. Prior to Pak Mission Society’s intervention in her village, a significant portion of her daily routine consisted of travelling to and from the canal water

Life made easy through clean water

Sugna resident of Village Yousuf Thebo, one of the twenty villages facilitated in Khipro WASH II project. Sugna is 37 years old and has three children. Her husband, Tekam, is a farmer living and working as a tenant sharecropper in the fields of a local landlord. Sugna was spending four to five hours on a daily basis collecting

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 Aga Ghulam Ali Sarhandi, District Sanghar, Sindh, has seven children (4 boys and 3 girls); and belongs from a Hindu family

Fundraising Community

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