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For People Of Pakistan

To Make Pakistan a Better Place for Our Future Generations

If you want happiness for an hour, take a nap.
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If you want happiness for a year, inherit a fortune.
If you want happiness for a lifetime, help somebody else.

Happiness For A Lifetime

Our Future Initiatives

Focus Areas: Agricultural Literacy, Arts and Culture, Basic Income, Circular Economy, Civic Literacy, Clean Water, Combating Terrorism, Computer Literacy, Consumer Protection, Corruption Prevention, Debt Repayment, Digital Literacy, Digital Transformation, Disabilities and Disorders, Disaster Management, Discrimination and Racism, Drugs Prevention, Education, Emerging Technology, Empower Young, English Literacy, Environment and Climate, Ethical Literacy, Export Promotion, Family and Children, Financial Literacy, Food Bank, Food Safety, Forest Sustainability, Funeral Home, Gender Equality, Green Planet and Renewable Energy, Handicraft and Carpet, Harassment Prevention, Health Literacy, Healthcare, Helping Nations, Home Business, Housing, Human Development, Human Rights, Income Inequality, Indigenous People, Infrastructure Development, Labour Rights and Unions, Legal Assistance, Legal Literacy, Literacy Development, Local Economy, Manufacturing and Production, Maritime and Marine, Maternity Homes, Matrimonial Homes, Media and Journalism, Media Literacy, Mental Health, Microfinancing, Military Welfare, Open Borders, Orphanage Homes, Overseas Pakistanis, Peace and Security, Police Welfare, Recycling and Waste, Refugees and Immigration, Rehabilitation, Retirement and Pension, Rural Poverty Reduction, Sanitation and Safety, Scholarship, Sharing Economy, Shelter Homes, Skill Improvement, Social Development, Sponge City, Sports and Games, Startups and Incubators, Sustainability, Teachers Welfare, Tourism and Travel, Transparency, Transportation, Unemployment, Utilities, Vertical Farming, Whistleblower, Women Development, Workplace Literacy.

Pakistan National Debt

US$ 220,555,000,000

Debt as % of GDP



Interest Payments Per Day

8,020,500,000 Rupee

National Debt Per Citizen

140,000 Rupee


88 Future Initiatives For Next 10 Years

Fiscal Year 2020 Initiatives

Education Initiative

Mission: Every citizen has the basic right to education without which no progress is possible. So we are committed to providing free education to all students without discrimination. We shall be providing financial assistance to organizations which sincerely believe in helping poor and deserving students to receive free education in Pakistan.

Healthcare Initiative

Mission: Healthcare is one of the most important sectors. Yet millions of people are still deprived of the basic health facilities, and even most of them die without provision of proper medical treatment especially in the rural areas. It therefore becomes imperative that we provide funds to hospitals, clinics and health institutions so we can serve the ailing humanity. We aim at providing free treatment to all patients, men, women and children, to get free medical treatment in hospitals and clinics which provide healthcare services so we can help resolve health problems in Pakistan.

Basic Income Initiative

Mission: We want to ensure provision of monthly funds to low-income (employed) people through businesses, offices or any other institutions/organizations which they work for so as to help them in living comfortably without financial worries. Aside from it, we shall also be offering necessary help in case of accidents that cause any type of disability. They will be provided sufficient funds to run their day-to-day domestic expenditure to make both ends meet in a dignified manner.

Housing Initiative

Mission: Housing is yet another big problem for millions of people. So providing low-cost and subsidized housing to the general public is our priority. House-building departments/institutions will be offered funds to build house for low-income people so the homeless can be accommodated and helped in enjoying safe and comfortable living in affordable homes of their own without any fear of being vacated.

Food Bank Initiative

Mission: Food is the basic human need. But, sadly, thousands of people just cannot earn to feed their family members and themselves. Their kitchen stoves do not burn and they remain unsure of their next meal. We'll make sure that all hungry humans are provided free food three times a day. To realize this goal, we shall be helping out food corners to supply free food to anybody around who come over with their hunger.

Clean Water Initiative

Mission: Nowadays provision of clean and pure water is a great problem even in big cities, not to speak of the backward and remote areas of the country where villagers have to go to far-off places to fetch water, or they simply have to live on unclean/dirty water for drinking. Before water becomes a rare commodity, purification and filtration plants need to be set up in under-developed areas at low costs.

Microfinancing Initiative

Mission: In order to help run small businesses and traders, minimal/low-rated-interest loans will be provided to entrepreneurs or owners running small businesses so as to enable them their businesses conveniently and comfortably to help stabilize the dwindling and deteriorating national economy.

Orphanage Homes Initiative

Mission: Unfortunately, there are thousands of homeless children and families who are forced to sleep on roads in the open just because they cannot afford rented premises. To help out all such poor, needy people financial services will be provided for the building of houses at the lowest possible rates which every citizens without a roof can easily afford.

Legal Assistance Initiative

Mission: Any litigants fighting family cases such as domestic violence, dower recovery, divorce, child custody or facing similar other problems will be provided financial assistance for free legal aid so they do not fall victim to greedy lawyers, only if they are found innocent.

Family & Children Initiative

Mission: Financial assistance will be provided to organizations offering free services to help children and families concerning the human development and social empowerment issues. That would enable people to grow, develop and become useful for the state, and through that learn to live in peace as law-abiding and responsible citizens.

Whistleblower Initiative

Mission: Corruption in Pakistan is a serious and major problem, and in order to cope with it, we need to establish a system where this menace is nipped in the bud without anybody losing their job. As such, individuals/employees reporting incidence and cases of corruption with solid proof/evidence will be given protection and ensured their safety not only physically but also financially. In case of any mishap, they will be accommodated through provision of better or the at least the same-level jobs, or even sent abroad (USA, Canada, UK, UAE or Europe) free of cost for some better prospects.

Emerging Technology Initiative

Mission: We live in this age of highly-advanced technology in which incredible discoveries are made and innovations are reported all around the world. So to keep pace with the trying times and meet challenges in the fast-changing world, we have come out with the concept of Emerging Technologies as the most vital and essential solution to all technology problems. We shall be providing funds for the development of Emerging Technologies...

Such as the most vital fields of 3D Printing, Algorithms, Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Augmented & Virtual Reality, Automation , Autonomous Auto, Big Data, Bioinformatics, Biometrics, BioTechnology, Blockchain, BPO, Business intelligence, Circular Economy, Cloud Computing, CMS, Cognitive Computing, Communications, Computational Biology, Computational Chemistry, Computational Engineering, Computational Linguistics, Computational Neuroscience, Computational Physics, Computational Science, Computational Social Science, Computer Animation, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, CRM/ERP, Crowdfunding, Crowdsourcing, Cryptocurrency, Cryptography, Cyber Law, Cyber Security, Data, Databases, Decentralization, Deep Learning, Deep Web, Design , Digital, Digital Art, Digital Media, Digitization, Distributed Computing, Drones, E-Advertising, E-Business, E-Commerce, E-Education, E-Governance, E-Healthcare, E-Journalism, E-Payments, E-Procurement, E-Publishing, E-Textiles, Fashion Tech, Fiber Optical, FinTech, Forecasting, Forensics, Fusion Power, Gadgets, Gaming, Human-Computer Interaction , Hyperloop, IaaS, Identity Management, Industrial Robot, Informatics, Information, information Science, Information System, Information Technology, Intellectual Property, Interactive Media, Internet, Internet Exchanges, Internet of Things, IT Management, Knowledge Management, Lasers, Life Extension, Life Sciences, Machine Learning, Mass Media, Military Tech, MIS, Mobile, Mobile Apps, Mobile Computing, Nanotechnology, Neural Networks, Open Source, Operating Systems, Optical Computing, PaaS, Parallel Computing, Peer-2-Peer, Photovoltaics, Precision Agriculture, Prosthesis, Quantum Computing, Renewable Energies, RFID, Ride Sharing, Robotics, SaaS, Satellites, Search Engines, Semiconductor, Sensors, Sharing Economy, Simulators/Emulators, Smart City, Smart Home, Smart Office, Social Media, Software, Software Engineering, Space Exploration, Sponge Cities, Statistics, Stealth Technology, Stem Cell, Streaming, Super Computing, Surveillance, Sustainability, Sustainable Design, Systems Engineering, Systems Science, Technology, Telecommunications, TeleMedicine, Trading, TVoIP, Ubiquitous Computing, UI/UX/CX, Urban Computing, Urban Informatics, Vertical Farming, Video Games, Virtual Assistant, Virtual Economy, Visualization, Vlogs, Water Technology, Wearables, Weather Tech, Web Design, Web Engineering.

Fiscal Year 2021 Initiatives

Free Transportation Initiative

Mission: Provide free transportation to students who cannot afford to travel for education.

Women Development Initiative

Mission: Women Development is to empower, connect, and engage women in a community that fosters professional growth and leadership while advancing the field and empowering women in the development field. We will achieve this by providing: a vibrant, diverse community where we are supported, valued and respected, Insightful programs that advance leadership development, meaningful opportunities for professional growth, evaluated value of development and philanthropy in nonprofit organization.

Disabilities & Disorders Initiative

Mission: Assistance for people with severe disabilities. The purpose of the program is to provide special education and related services to everyone with severe disabilities, in accordance with the disabilities education. Also provide financial assistance, cash compensation, housing assistance, work and employment programs, healthcare, free computers and medical equipment etc.

Basic Utilities Initiative

Mission: The Low/No Income Home Utilities Assistance Program (LIHUAP) assists eligible low/No-income households with their heating and cooling energy costs, bill payment assistance, energy crisis assistance, weatherization and energy-related home repairs. In order to qualify, you must have household income less than 33,000 rupees per month.

Maternity Homes Initiative

Mission: Provide financial assistance to maternity homes for free service for people with low/no income.

Matrimonial Homes Initiative

Mission: Organize mass wedding events.

Retirement & Pension Initiative

Mission: Provide financial assistance to retirement homes.

Rehabilitation Initiative

Mission: Our aim is to develop a community-based rehabilitation program for the rural and urban communities in all across Pakistan.

Funeral Home Initiative

Mission: Provide financial assistance for funeral services to people with low or no income.

Mental Health Initiative

Mission: The objective of the mental health initiative is to create and sustain a platform to address national mental health as a substantive departmental priority.

Tourism & Travel Initiative

Mission: Attract business tourists to boost your trade and industry. Bring tourist groups from all over the world to show them our country. Which will help the world to understand our problems.

Debt Repayment Initiative

Mission: Provide financial assistance for debt repayment to people with low or no income.

Fiscal Year 2022 Initiatives

Unemployment Initiative

Mission: Provide unemployment benefits in case of sudden job loss.

Scholarship Initiative

Mission: Provide financial assistance for Scholarship to people with low or no income to study.

Skill Improvement Initiative

Mission: Provide financial assistance for Skill Improvement to people with low or no income.

Home Business Initiative

Mission: Provide financial assistance to people to start home based business.

Startups & Incubators Initiative

Mission: Provide financial assistance to incubators to help startups and projects started by students.

Refugees & Immigration Initiative

Mission: Provide financial assistance to refugees, place to stay, healthcare services, education, job training, travel assistance etc.

Shelter Homes Initiative

Mission: Provide financial assistance to shelters to provide space for homeless and refugees.

Harassment Prevention Initiative

Mission: Provide assistance to victims of harassment and racism, and educate public.

Gender Equality Initiative

Mission: Our programme aims at improving the awareness of gender and recruiting and increasing the proportion of women in academic and workplace.

Income Inequality Initiative

Mission: Income inequality is closely linked to where people live and work. The economic crisis has widened inequalities across regions within countries. The spatial concentration of income inequality has been increasing everywhere and we want to educate public how to help others.

Consumer Protection Initiative

Mission: While the our mission is a laudable one, substantive reform is necessary to ensure the principles of consumer choice and freedom are also protected in the course of the our initiative's pursuit of consumer protection.

Disaster Management Initiative

Mission: Preparing our hospitals and other healthcare facilities for disasters is a national security priority. Disasters occur nearly every day in Pakistan, and the frequency is increasing. This includes such diverse events as storms, droughts, fires, floods, earthquakes, chemical and industrial accidents, burns, and epidemics. All sickened or injured people require a well-prepared public health and healthcare system. The number of people killed by disasters depends not only on the severity of the event itself but also on our ability to respond effectively and treat the ill or injured. This is true of all disasters, whether they are natural disasters like earthquakes or manmade disasters like terrorism. It is also true of infectious disease epidemics, whether of natural or manmade origin.

Fiscal Year 2023 Initiatives

Green Planet & Renewable Energy Initiative

Mission: Our Green Planet Initiative will promote and disseminate knowledge on the various technologies of renewable energy systems and components. Invest in projects related to renewable energies to reduce carbon footprint and clean our environment.

Clean energy promotes renewable energy sources, such as hydroelectricity, solar energy, wind energy, wave power, geothermal energy, bioenergy, tidal power and also technologies designed to improve energy efficiency. Costs have decreased immensely throughout the years, and continue to fall. Increasingly, effective government policies support investor confidence and these markets are expanding. Considerable progress is being made in the energy transition from fossil fuels to ecologically sustainable systems, to the point where many studies support 100% renewable energy

Recycling & Waste Initiative

Mission: Our aim is to turn waste into new raw material whenever possible and keep it in circulation and utilised again and again. We will offer sustainable turnkey solutions of the highest quality to treat hazardous waste and ensure a safe final disposal. Naturally, we will also offer conventional waste recycling, such as for metal, biological, paper, cardboard and paperboard waste.

Transparency Initiative

Mission: We want to promote transparency, accountability and participation efforts all over Pakistan. We are committed to building a more just, equitable and inclusive society.

Media & Journalism Initiative

Mission: Our programmes and activities to support and strengthen quality in media.

Sports & Games Initiative

Mission: Provide funding for sports events.

Police Welfare Initiative

Mission: Provide financial assistant to police employees so they will be less prone to get involved with corruption.

Overseas Pakistanis Initiative

Mission: Bring back to Pakistan highly skilled overseas pakistanis to help to re-build our country.

Local Economy Initiative

Mission: Local purchasing is a preference to buy locally produced goods and services over those produced farther away. It is very often abbreviated as a positive goal, "buy local", that parallels the phrase "think globally, act locally", common in green politics. On the national level, the equivalent of local purchasing is import substitution, the deliberate industrial policy or agricultural policy of replacing goods or services produced on the far side of a national border with those produced on the near side, i.e., in the same country or trade bloc. Historically, there have been so many incentives to buy locally that no one had to make any kind of point to do so, but with current market conditions, it is often cheaper to buy distantly produced goods, despite the added costs in terms of packaging, transport, inspection, retail facilities, etc.

Sharing Economy Initiative

Mission: Sharing economy is an umbrella term with a range of meanings, often used to describe economic activity involving online transactions. Originally growing out of the open-source community to refer to peer-to-peer based sharing of access to goods and services, the term is now sometimes used in a broader sense to describe any sales transactions that are done via online market places, even ones that are business to business (B2B), rather than peer-to-peer. Shared Economy is also known as collaborative consumption or collaborative economy or peer economy. It refers to a hybrid market model of a peer-to-peer exchange such transactions are often facilitated via community-based online services. Uberization is also an alternative name for the phenomenon.

Circular Economy Initiative

Mission: A circular economy is a regenerative system in which resource input and waste, emission, and energy leakage are minimized by slowing, closing, and narrowing energy and material loops; this can be achieved through long-lasting design, maintenance, repair, reuse, remanufacturing, refurbishing, recycling, and upcycling. This is in contrast to a linear economy which is a 'take, make, dispose' model of production.

Labour Rights & Unions Initiative

Mission: Labor rights or workers’ rights are a group of legal rights and claimed human rights having to do with labor relations between workers and their employers, usually obtained under labor and employment law. In general, these rights' debates have to do with negotiating workers' pay, benefits, and safe working conditions. One of the most central of these rights is the right to unionize.

Unions take advantage of collective bargaining and industrial action to increase their members' wages and otherwise change their working situation. Labor rights can also take in the form of workers control and workers self-management in which workers have a democratic voice in decision and policy making. The labor movement initially focused on this "right to unionize", but attention has shifted elsewhere.

The essence of what labor unions do give workers a stronger voice so that they can get a fair share of the economic growth they help create is and has always been important to making the economy work for all Pakistanis. And unions only become more important as the economy worsens.

What is sustainable is an economy where workers are adequately rewarded and have the income they need to purchase goods. This is where unions come in. Unfortunately, declining unionization rates mean that workers are less likely to receive good wages and be rewarded for their increases in productivity.

Unions paved the way to the middle class for millions of workers and pioneered benefits such as paid health care and pensions along the way. Even today, union workers earn significantly more on average than their non-union counterparts, and union employers are more likely to provide benefits. And non-union workers particularly in highly unionized industries receive financial benefits from employers who increase wages to match what unions would win in order to avoid unionization.

Unions help workers achieve higher wages. Workers' wage growth lags as productivity increases. Unionization rewards workers for productivity growth. Increased unionization would boost annual wages. Better job security. You have someone on your side when you need them. Unions fight for equal opportunities in the workplace. They stand for equal pay and treatment and against discrimination. Union workplaces are safer. Unions offer legal services and advice. 

Helping Nations Initiative

Mission: "Why should we care?" "Let them take care of their own problems." "We have enough problems in our own backyard!" Right?

There are a multitude of reasons why we should help other countries. Some people emphatically disagree with this creed, prioritizing the needs, wants and agenda of their own nation above that of others. However, it is critical that you volunteer to provide aid for countries other than your own.

The first rational basis behind donating to poor countries is the notion that all men are equal. Some may radically oppose this concept, noting that their countries should solely invest its own efforts to remedy impoverished sectors of the population.

The second consideration simply poses the question of why not? Although wealthier, developed countries are plagued by their own respective incidences of poverty and lack of resources, developing countries suffer greatly, in terms of their accessibility to medical aid, vaccines, clean water, and a number of other amenities that are gravely understated in importance.

Here is another indispensable benefit of aiding impoverished countries. Foreign diplomacy can significantly aid the national security of any nation. And providing aid to a poor county can ultimately benefit us, improving our perception in their eyes, a cultivating a certain level of civility and coexistence that breeds peace, instead of war. The fewer enemies that a particular nation has, the better.

The final reason is simple. We should empathize with other human beings. Every day, countless children succumb to curable disease, malaria and a number of other pathogens that could easily be treated with outside aid. Both children and adults are sold into slavery and trafficked around the world. Of course, the lingering issue of starvation is a palpable one that still plagues the world today. With this said, we should uphold a noble standard that permits foreign aid for this very reason. 

Fiscal Year 2024 Initiatives

Sponge City Initiative

Mission: A sponge city is a city that is designed to passively absorb, clean and use rainfall in an ecologically friendly way that reduces dangerous and polluted runoff. Associated techniques include permeable roads, rooftop gardens, rainwater harvesting, rain gardens, green space and blue space such as ponds and lakes. Properly implemented a sponge city can reduce the frequency and severity of floods, improve water quality and allow cities to use less water per person. Associated strategies such as green space can also improve quality of life, improve air quality and reduce urban heat islands. Also replacing concrete pavements with wetlands, green rooftops and rain gardens means storm water is absorbed back into the land, making water work for the city instead of against it.

Handicraft & Carpet Initiative

Mission: Provide financial assistant to people in northern areas to locally produce more handicraft products to export and create jobs.

Arts & Culture Initiative

Mission: Provide financial assistant for art and culture events.

Indigenous People Initiative

Mission: Help our Indigenous community to grow further in northern areas.

Sustainability Initiative

Mission: What are the Primary Goals of Sustainability? The end of poverty and hunger, Better standards of education and healthcare, particularly as it pertains to water quality and better sanitation, to achieve gender equality, sustainable economic growth while promoting jobs and stronger economies, all of the above and more while tackling the effects of climate change, pollution and other environmental factors that can harm and do harm people's health, livelihoods and lives, sustainability to include health of the land, air and sea. It is not yet clear what our sustainable future will look like but with emerging technologies and the improvement of older cleaner fuel sources, many people now look to a post fossil fuel world - including businesses.

Vertical Farming Initiative

Mission: Vertical farming is the practice of producing food and medicine in vertically stacked layers, vertically inclined surfaces and/or integrated in other structures (such as in a skyscraper, used warehouse, or shipping container). The modern ideas of vertical farming use indoor farming techniques and controlled-environment agriculture (CEA) technology, where all environmental factors can be controlled. These facilities utilize artificial control of light, environmental control (humidity, temperature, gases...) and fertigation. Some vertical farms use techniques similar to greenhouses, where natural sunlight can be augmented with artificial lighting and metal reflectors.

Drugs Prevention Initiative

Mission: We need to understand that smoking drugs use can, and does, cause a large amount of harm to our communities. These harms can include long term health issues, including mental health concerns, injury, violence, dependency, substance misuse and worst-case scenario, substance related deaths. That’s not to mention the other costs to society, such as the cost of healthcare and law enforcement as a result of drug or alcohol related use or misuse. Harmful drug use can also be associated with a range of social issues including discrimination, unemployment, homelessness, poverty and family breakdown. Therefore the use of drugs and illicit drugs is a serious public health concern and results in a considerable weight of disease in Pakistan.

Prevention and early intervention is based on the idea that intervening to stop a problem from occurring, or acting early to prevent an issue from getting worse, offers better, and more cost-effective outcomes for our community. Effective prevention strategies can minimize disease burden by delaying the start of use, reducing problematic use and reducing the harms associated with alcohol and illicit drugs. This can also be called harm minimization.

There are many things we as a community can do to build young person protective factors to prevent them from drugs abuse or misuse, including providing education and support, developing positive recreational interests (ie. sports, arts, hobbies, and volunteering or positive group activities), holding positive relationships with parents, family members and other role models, being engaged in a school or community.

Prevention does not mean we are unaware of the issues around us or have unrealistic expectations. Prevention does not mean we diminish the importance of treatment and rehabilitation. To achieve this we will need to work together with the community, the governments, other health services and individuals.

Food Safety Initiative

Mission: Food safety is a scientific discipline describing handling, preparation, and storage of food in ways that prevent food-borne illness. The occurrence of two or more cases of a similar illnesses resulting from the ingestion of a common food is known as a food-borne disease outbreak. This includes a number of routines that should be followed to avoid potential health hazards. In this way food safety often overlaps with food defense to prevent harm to consumers. The tracks within this line of thought are safety between industry and the market and then between the market and the consumer. In considering industry to market practices, food safety considerations include the origins of food including the practices relating to food labeling, food hygiene, food additives and pesticide residues, as well as policies on biotechnology and food and guidelines for the management of governmental import and export inspection and certification systems for foods. In considering market to consumer practices, the usual thought is that food ought to be safe in the market and the concern is safe delivery and preparation of the food for the consumer.

Maritime & Marine Initiative

Mission: Marine pollution occurs when harmful, or potentially harmful, effects result from the entry into the ocean of chemicals, particles, industrial, agricultural, and residential waste, noise, or the spread of invasive organisms. Eighty percent of marine pollution comes from land. Air pollution is also a contributing factor by carrying off pesticides or dirt into the ocean. Land and air pollution have proven to be harmful to marine life and its habitats.

Sanitation & Safety Initiative

Mission: Sanitation refers to public health conditions related to clean drinking water and adequate treatment and disposal of human excreta and sewage. Preventing human contact with feces is part of sanitation, as is hand washing with soap. Sanitation system aim to protect human health by providing a clean environment that will stop the transmission of disease, especially through the fecal-oral route. For example, diarrhea, a main cause of malnutrition and stunted growth in children, can be reduced through sanitation. There are many other diseases which are easily transmitted in communities that have low levels of sanitation, such as ascariasis (a type of intestinal worm infection or helminthiasis), cholera, hepatitis, polio, schistosomiasis, trachoma, to name just a few.

Forest Sustainability Initiative

Mission: Sustainable forest management is the management of forests according to the principles of sustainable development. Sustainable forest management has to keep the balance between three main pillars: ecological, economic and socio-cultural. Successfully achieving sustainable forest management will provide integrated benefits to all, ranging from safeguarding local livelihoods to protecting the biodiversity and ecosystems provided by forests, reducing rural poverty and mitigating some of the effects of climate change.

Discrimination & Racism Initiative

Mission: In human social affairs, discrimination is treatment or consideration of, or making a distinction towards, a person based on the group, class, or category to which the person is perceived to belong. These include age, colour, convictions for which a pardon has been granted or a record suspended, disability, ethnicity, family status, gender identity, genetic characteristics, marital status, nationality, race, religion, sex, and sexual orientation. Discrimination consists of treatment of an individual or group, based on their actual or perceived membership in a certain group or social category, "in a way that is worse than the way people are usually treated". It involves the group's initial reaction or interaction going on to influence the individual's actual behavior towards the group leader or the group, restricting members of one group from opportunities or privileges that are available to another group, leading to the exclusion of the individual or entities based on illogical or irrational decision making.

Fiscal Year 2025 Initiatives

Military Welfare Initiative

Mission: Provide financial assistance to retired military personals, help them to get jobs in private sector, provide emerging technologies education, since they are already well disciplined and this can be an asset for private sector.

Rural Poverty Reduction Initiative

Mission: Rural poverty refers to poverty in rural areas, including factors of rural society, rural economy, and rural political systems that give rise to the poverty found there. Rural poverty is often discussed in conjunction with spatial inequality, which in this context refers to the inequality between urban and rural areas. Both rural poverty and spatial inequality are global phenomena, but like poverty in general, there are higher rates of rural poverty in developing countries than in developed countries. Eradicating rural poverty through effective policies and economic growth remains a challenge for the national community.

Teachers Welfare Initiative

Mission: Teacher well-being is a critical and often overlooked part of school health. As education stakeholders consider improvements to school climate, school safety, and student well-being, many have turned their attention to the role of schools in promoting mental health. While most of this attention focuses on students mental health needs, it is also essential to explore ways of supporting teachers and school staff who often experience high levels of stress.

Research points to several key sources of stress that can undermine teacher wellness: high-stakes job demands, limited resources and professional autonomy, and negative school climate. Heightened attention to student test scores in recent years has placed teachers under increased scrutiny, as their professional success is measured in large part by student performance on standardized exams. They must also navigate challenging student behavior and complex parent and family needs. Teachers are often expected to drive student success for a diverse set of learners and intervene across a range of challenging situations with limited materials, assistance, and control over school and classroom decisions. In fact, teachers are less likely than any other professional group to report feeling that their opinions matter at work.

Any profession is bound to have its stresses, and teaching is no different. But when we accept that an unhealthy level of stress is inherent to teaching, and place the burden of stress reduction on the individual teacher, we limit our ability to improve overall school wellness. We can better shape healthy schools for teachers and students by addressing the underlying causes of chronic stress and cultivating environments that promote teacher wellness. Ultimately, such attention could lead to healthier, more supportive school communities and more positive outcomes for students. When teacher wellness becomes a norm, so too will student success.

Corruption Prevention Initiative

Mission: Corruption in Pakistan is widespread, particularly in the government and lower levels of police forces. Transparency International 2017 Corruption Perception Index ranks the country 117th place out of 180 countries. Pakistan saw a significant improvement in its statistics in 2013 when its ranking improved by 12 indices compared to its previous rankings. Pakistan has had a problem of corruption since it came into being. The change in regimes between military and civilian institutions due to three different successful coups have also weakened the anti-corruption institutions. This may also be noted that a significant improvement in corruption in Pakistan has not occurred either in civilian government or in military government. There is a growing need to reform accountability and anti-corruption policies at higher levels within the state government.

Empower Young Initiative

Mission: Youth empowerment is a process where children and young people are encouraged to take charge of their lives. They do this by addressing their situation and then take action in order to improve their access to resources and transform their consciousness through their beliefs, values, and attitudes. Youth empowerment aims to improve quality of life. Youth empowerment is achieved through participation in youth empowerment programs. However scholars argue that children's rights implementation should go beyond learning about formal rights and procedures to give birth to a concrete experience of rights. There are numerous models that youth empowerment programs use that help youth achieve empowerment. A variety of youth empowerment initiatives are underway around the world. These programs can be through non-profit organizations, government organizations, schools or private organizations.

Youth empowerment is different than youth development because development is centered on developing individuals, while empowerment is focused on creating greater community change relies on the development of individual capacity. Empowerment movements, including youth empowerment, originate, gain momentum, become viable, and become institutionalized. Youth empowerment is often addressed as a gateway to intergenerational equity, civic engagement and democracy building. Activities may focus on youth-led media, youth rights, youth councils, youth activism, youth involvement in community decision-making, and other methods.

Infrastructure Development Initiative

Mission: The word Infrastructure refers to the fundamental facilities and systems serving a country, city, or other area, including the services and facilities necessary for its economy to function. Infrastructure is composed of public and private physical improvements such as roads, bridges, tunnels, water supply, sewers, electrical grids, and telecom (including Internet connectivity and broadband speeds). In general, it has also been defined as "the physical components of interrelated systems providing commodities and services essential to enable, sustain, or enhance societal living conditions."

There are two general types of ways to view infrastructure, hard or soft. Hard infrastructure refers to the physical networks necessary for the functioning of a modern industry. This includes roads, bridges, railways, etc. Soft infrastructure refers to all the institutions that maintain the economic, health, social, and cultural standards of a country. This includes educational programs, parks and recreational facilities, law enforcement agencies, and emergency services. 

Manufacturing & Production Initiative

Mission: Manufacturing is the production of merchandise for use or sale using labor and machines, tools, chemical and biological processing, or formulation. The term may refer to a range of human activity, from handicraft to high tech, but is most commonly applied to industrial production, in which raw materials are transformed into finished goods on a large scale. Such finished goods may be sold to other manufacturers for the production of other, more complex products, such as aircraft, household appliances, furniture, sports equipment or automobiles, or sold to wholesalers, who in turn sell them to retailers, who then sell them to end users and consumers.

Export Promotion Initiative

Mission: Help to promote Made-In-Pakistan products worldwide. The term export in international trade means the sending of goods or services produced in one country to another country. The seller of such goods and services is referred to as an exporter; the foreign buyer is referred to as an importer. Export of goods often requires involvement of customs authorities. Methods of exporting a product or good or information include mail, hand delivery, air shipping, shipping by vessel, uploading to an internet site, or downloading from an internet site. For small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with fewer than 250 employees, selling goods and services to foreign markets can be more difficult than serving the domestic market. The lack of knowledge of trade regulations, cultural differences, different languages and foreign-exchange situations, as well as the strain of resources and staff, interact like a block for exporting. Indeed, there are some SMEs which are exporting, but nearly two-thirds of them sell to only one foreign market.

Digital Transformation Initiative

Mission: Digital Transformation is not necessarily about digital technology, but about the fact that technology, which is digital, allows people to solve their traditional problems. And they prefer this digital solution to the old solution. The transformation stage means that digital usages inherently enable new types of innovation and creativity in a particular domain, rather than simply enhance and support traditional methods. In a narrower sense, "digital transformation" may refer to the concept of "going paperless", and reaching a "digital business maturity" which affects both individual businesses and whole segments of society, such as government, mass communication, medicine, and science.

Human Rights Initiative

Mission: All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. Today, the principles are protected as legal rights in national and international law. They are seen as universal, which means they are meant for everyone, no matter what their race, religion, ethnicity, nationality, age, sex (also women’s rights), political beliefs (or any other kind of beliefs), intelligence, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity are. In efforts to eliminate violations of human rights, building awareness and protesting inhumane treatment has often led to calls for action and sometimes improved conditions.

Social Development Initiative

Mission: Social development is about improving the well-being of every individual in society so they can reach their full potential. The success of society is linked to the well-being of each and every citizen. Social development means investing in people. It requires the removal of barriers so that all citizens can journey toward their dreams with confidence and dignity. It is about refusing to accept that people who live in poverty will always be poor. It is about helping people so they can move forward on their path to self-sufficiency. Other investments in people that contribute to the economic prosperity of society include youth programs and services, post-secondary education, job creation, promotion of healthy, active living and safe and secure communities. To reduce poverty we need to take a social development approach and invest in our people. By investing in people we can reduce poverty. We need to go beyond looking at government to find ways to develop our most valuable resources, our people. We need to share responsibility with community organizations, businesses, universities and municipalities in the task of improving the well-being of all our citizens and preventing and reducing poverty.

Human Development Initiative

Mission: Human development is the science that seeks to understand how and why the people of all ages and circumstances change or remain the same over time. It involves studies of the human condition with its core being the capability approach. The inequality adjusted Human Development Index is used as a way of measuring actual progress in human development by the United Nations. It is an alternative approach to a single focus on economic growth, and focused more on social justice, as a way of understanding progress.

Fiscal Year 2026 Initiatives

Literacy Development Initiative

Mission: We will prepare everyone to teach all students, from birth to grade 12, the reading and writing skills needed for academic success.

English Literacy Initiative

Mission: English Literacy focuses on developing each child's ability to understand and use of English language, both spoken and written, as an integral part of learning in all areas. The development of English language literacy is crucial to future education since most of digital information is written in English language over the Internet. We use English language to communicate, to share and express feelings, to give and obtain information and to understand ideas and develop thoughts. We should consider English language literacy holistically, taking account of the connections between Talking and Listening and Reading and Writing, which extend across all areas of our educational life. Students who are learning English, and for whom English is not their first language. When it comes to early learners, they require focused instruction and opportunities to develop their skills. While reading comprehension skills are important for all individuals, they are particularly important, and often challenging, for English Language Learners often have already acquired literacy skills in their native language. They must also develop literacy skills in English, including phonemic awareness in reading, speaking fluency and increased vocabulary. The integration of blended learning can allow educators to adjust their instruction approach to meet the needs of their early learners.

Computer Literacy Initiative

Mission: Computer literacy is the ability to use computers and related technology efficiently, with a range of skills covering levels from elementary use to programming and advanced problem solving. By another measure, computer literacy requires some understanding of computer programming and how computers work.

Ethical Literacy Initiative

Mission: Ethics or moral philosophy is a branch of philosophy that involves systematizing, defending, and recommending concepts of right and wrong conduct. The field of ethics, along with aesthetics, concern matters of value, and thus comprise the branch of philosophy called axiology. Ethics seeks to resolve questions of human morality by defining concepts such as good and evil, right and wrong, virtue and vice, justice and crime. As a field of intellectual inquiry, moral philosophy also is related to the fields of moral psychology, descriptive ethics, and value theory.

Civic Literacy Initiative

Mission: Civic engagement or civic participation is any individual or group activity addressing issues of public concern. Citizens acting alone or together to protect public values or make a change or difference in the community are common types of civic engagement. Civic engagement includes communities working together in both political and non-political actions. The goal of civic engagement is to address public concerns and promote the quality of the community.

Civic engagement can take many forms from individual volunteerism, community engagement efforts, organizational involvement and government work such as electoral participation. These engagements may include directly addressing a problem through personal work, community based, or work through the institutions of representative democracy. Many individuals feel a sense personal responsibility to actively engage as a sense of obligation to their community. "Youth civic engagement" has similar aims to develop the community environment and cultivate relationships, although youth civic engagement places an emphasis on empowering youth.

Digital Literacy Initiative

Mission: Digital literacy is a component of media literacy. It refers to an individual’s ability to find, evaluate, produce and communicate clear information through writing and other forms of communication on various digital platforms. Digital literacy showcases an individual’s grammar, computer, writing, and typing skills on platforms, such as social media and blog sites. Digital Literacy also includes other devices, such as, smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop PCs. While digital literacy initially focused on digital skills and stand-alone computers, its focus has shifted to network devices including the Internet and use of social media. Digital literacy does not replace traditional forms of literacy, instead building upon the skills that form the foundation of traditional forms of literacy. People use digital media for a range of activities: exploring, connecting, creating, and learning. Digital literacy helps learners develop an essential understanding of sophisticated equipment like personal computers. Courses help them to use technology in complementing their daily routine and become more productive. Technology proficiency includes social, ethical, and insightful practices inherent in education, work, leisure, and everyday routine.

Media Literacy Initiative

Mission: Media literacy encompasses the practices that allow people to access, critically evaluate, and create media. Media literacy is not restricted to one medium and therefore, has had several different attempts to have a specific definition over the years. Media literacy definitions have been defined based on general skills pertinent to all media outlets or definitions relating to specific mean forms of media. Media Literacy Education defines it as a series of communication competencies with the ability to access, analyze, evaluate, and communicate in a variety of forms which can be print or non-print messages. They find that media literacy allows people to be critical thinkers and creative in many messages like image, language, and sound.

Financial Literacy Initiative

Mission: Financial literacy is the possession of the set of skills and knowledge that allows an individual to make informed and effective decisions with all of their financial resources. Raising interest in personal finance is now a focus of state-run programs in countries. Understanding basic financial concepts allows people to know how to navigate in the financial system. People with appropriate financial literacy training make better financial decisions and manage money better that those without such training.

Financial literacy includes making sense of your money, stretching your money, financial planning, measuring your financial fitness, implementing your financial plan, basics of money management, understanding loans and credit, understanding life insurance, understanding basic health insurance, building your nest egg, assessing your retirement income needs, Introduction to estate planning, introduction to personal investing, considerations when investing, fundamentals of share investing, understanding real estate investment trusts, beware of scams, buying a home within your means and money management for youth.

Agricultural Literacy Initiative

Mission: Agricultural literacy is a phrase being used by several universities to describe programs to promote the understanding and knowledge necessary to synthesize, analyze, and communicate basic information about agriculture with students, producers, consumers, and the public. These programs focus on assisting educators and others to effectively incorporate information about agriculture into subjects being taught or examined in public and private forums and to better understand the impact of agriculture on society.

Health Literacy Initiative

Mission: Health literacy is the ability to obtain, read, understand, and use healthcare information in order to make appropriate health decisions and follow instructions for treatment. There are multiple definitions of health literacy, in part, because health literacy involves either the context (or setting) in which health literacy demands are made (e.g., health care, media, internet or fitness facility) and the skills that people bring to that situation. Studies reveal that only 2% percent of the adults in the world have proficient health literacy. This means billions of adults have basic or below basic health literacy. These individuals have difficulty with common health tasks including reading the label of a prescribed drug. Low health literacy reduces the success of treatment and increases the risk of medical error. Health literacy is essential to promote healthy individuals and communities.

Legal Literacy Initiative

Mission: Legal awareness, sometimes called public legal education, is the empowerment of individuals regarding issues involving the law. Legal awareness helps to promote consciousness of legal culture, participation in the formation of laws and the rule of law. Public legal education, sometimes called civics education, comprises a range of activities intended to build public awareness and skills related to law and the justice system. This term also refers to the fields of practice and study concerned with those activities, and to a social and professional movement that advocates greater societal commitment to educating people about the law.

Workplace Literacy Initiative

Mission: Workplace literacy means the mix of skills employees need to complete everyday tasks at work. Employees need these skills to communicate with customers, understand health and safety information, keep accurate records and follow production schedules. Workplace literacy includes mix of skills, identifying the problem, solving the problem, measuring success.

In many workplaces there are intelligent and motivated employees who are held back by low literacy and numeracy skills. When these employees receive literacy and numeracy training they become an asset to their team and organization. They also often see positive changes in their personal lives and become more active members in their communities.

When employees can't read, write, add numbers or measure correctly, it can cost your business. The costs come from higher accident rates, higher staff turnover rates, missed deadlines, unnecessary wastage and mistakes. Workplace literacy and numeracy training programs can deliver impressive results. Measuring the success of your workplace literacy training is important. You need to know what you started with to see how far your employees have progressed. If you don't set measures from the start, it will be difficult to make a comparison.

Fiscal Year 2027 Initiatives

Environment & Climate Initiative

Mission: Environmental protection is practiced for protecting the natural environment on individual, organization controlled by governmental levels, for the benefit of both the environment and humans. Due to the pressures of overconsumption, population and technology, the biophysical environment is being degraded, sometimes permanently. This has been recognized, and governments have begun placing restraints on activities that cause environmental degradation.

Open Borders Initiative

Mission: Mission: An open border is a border that enables free movement of people between different jurisdictions with few or no restrictions on movement, that is to say lacking substantive border control. Plenty of research shows that there is no better way to make the world wealthier a lot wealthier than migration. Four different studies have shown that, depending on the level of movement in the global labor market, the estimated growth in gross worldwide product would be in the range of 67% to 147%. Effectively, open borders would make the whole world twice as rich.

Combating Terrorism Initiative

Mission: Although many believe that terrorism started on 2001, terrorism has been around for centuries, although the scale was smaller then. But from that day forward, life and the world as we know it was changed forever. Since that day, there have been over 20,000 deadly terror attacks killing millions of people, more than 47,000 bombings, 14,000 assassinations, and 5,300 kidnappings. Today, there are 256 international terrorists groups.

To be in a better place than where we were, we need to identify the root of terrorism and how one becomes radicalized. The answer to how these youth become radicalized by these terrorist groups lies in knowing how terrorists plan and focus their aim on these oblivious young people; they essentially prey on the youth, who fall loosely into two categories: some uneducated with no prospects or vision for the future, and some highly educated children of immigrants who have bright futures and endless opportunities, but who are unaware of the teachings of Islam. These young people, who had their whole lives in front of them, unfortunately feel lost with no sense of belonging or identity; both groups are easy to manipulate.

We need to treat the underlying causes of violent extremism, to drain the sources of terrorism, to establish preventive measures, and to develop societies through addressing unemployment. We will work with all young people without discrimination or prejudice. We are interested in their reintegration into their communities should they fall prey to extremism, by helping them get a decent life, decent work, and opportunities for a brighter future. 

Peace & Security Initiative

Mission: Conflict resolution is conceptualized as the methods and processes involved in facilitating the peaceful ending of conflict and retribution. Committed group members attempt to resolve group conflicts by actively communicating information about their conflicting motives or ideologies to the rest of the group (e.g., intentions; reasons for holding certain beliefs) and by engaging in collective negotiation. Dimensions of resolution typically parallel the dimensions of conflict in the way the conflict is processed. Cognitive resolution is the way disputants understand and view the conflict, with beliefs, perspectives, understandings and attitudes. Emotional resolution is in the way disputants feel about a conflict, the emotional energy. Behavioral resolution is reflective of how the disputants act, their behavior. Ultimately a wide range of methods and procedures for addressing conflict exist, including negotiation, mediation, mediation-arbitration, diplomacy, and creative peacebuilding.


Why It’s Important to Help Others

Collaboration between members of a group insured the survival and better yet, improvement of the said group’s quality of life. Helping one another has historically been one of the first socialization effort, as it provides strength, protection and ensures survival. It also ensures reciprocity when confronted with an issue that one cannot solve himself. One may need to read Aesop’s fable to find the importance of helping one another. But I think that reflecting back on Maslow’s theory of hierarchy of needs helps understanding the psychological benefits of helping others.

Research led by Dr Suzanne Richards at the University of Exeter Medical School indicates that altruistic behaviors -- those born of an unselfish concern for the welfare of others -- have a profound effect on a person's emotional well-being. It shows that helping others improves social interaction, distracts people from their own problems, and improves self-esteem and competence. It even suggests concern for others can allow one to build a "kindness bank" of memories that can be drawn upon well into the future.

Research has also shown that helping others has physical benefits. It leads to increased social integration and a more active lifestyle. It helps in reducing stress and can boost your immune system. There are studies of older people showing that those who help others live longer, and presumably happier, lives than those who don’t.

In our technology-driven world, we could spend an entire day without physically needing to see or talk to another person. Thanks to digital devices and the Internet, we can work and order our food, and just about anything else we need, from home. You can go days with your only interaction being with your touch screen or mouse and keyboard. And while technology isn’t inherently bad, it does make it easier for people to be separated.

That’s not the kind of world we want to live in though. There are many great things about our modern world—but the people in it should be at the top of that list. Taking a genuine interest in your family, friends, neighbors and even strangers is one of the most rewarding decisions you can make for yourself and those around you that you choose to serve.

Think back to the last time you helped someone, whether it was holding the door open for a classmate or raking your elderly neighbor’s leaves. While you were doing it and afterward, how did you feel? We’re going to make a safe bet you felt happy and more positive about life. That’s because the fastest way to feel joy is serving others.

An old Chinese Proverb tells it perfectly, “If you want happiness for an hour, take a nap. If you want happiness for a day, go fishing. If you want happiness for a year, inherit a fortune. If you want happiness for a lifetime, help somebody.”

But serving doesn’t just make your heart feel good. Studies have shown that there are mental and physical health benefits to serving, like reducing depression, lowering blood pressure and lengthening your lifespan.  Putting other people’s needs before yours also strengthens your relationships. It connects you with the one you’re serving, and if that someone is someone you know, it creates a stronger bond with them.

It also enriches other people’s lives. Taking time out of your busy day to even bring a friend a bowl of soup when they’re sick makes them feel better and can uplift them during their rough time.  And perhaps the best benefit of service is the chance of that person paying it forward. If you help someone, they’re more likely to do something nice for someone else that day. Your one act of kindness could have a major domino effect.

When you look at the reasons why volunteering is important, it’s not only about the impacts we can make in the lives of those less fortunate but the role it can play in making us more tolerant individuals and giving towards the global community. Each of us should be willing to offer our own time and expect nothing in return. But the truth is that volunteering will bring a world of rewards you might never have expected.

The benefits of volunteering are well documented, from the positive impacts on affected communities to the advantages it brings to participating individuals. Which is why some schools and colleges now make volunteering a compulsory requirement for their students. Many developing countries lack the money and resources to support their populations, while people within your own backyard may be going through hardship on a daily basis.

Unfortunately, not everyone is born into a life of opportunity and sometimes just the country you grow up in will dictate a life of hardship and poverty. Those of us that do live in countries where housing, education, safety and health care are basic and upheld rights have a responsibility to assist those that struggle for these things on a daily basis.

Chances are you’ve completed or are in the process of finishing your high school education or perhaps you’re embarking on your college degree. You’ve probably got food on the table and a roof over your head, as well as a future ahead of you that is filled with possibilities. For others at the same age in different corners of the world, these things are just a dream and it’s a hand-to-mouth existence just to survive.

You might think that this is an issue for their government to solve. But for some communities around the world, they aren’t even recognized by a government or are persecuted to the point that they have to flee. In other countries, corruption is so rife that little trickles down to those at the bottom and without international aid and the work of volunteers, hundreds upon thousands would go without.

When questioning your own thoughts about why is volunteering important, assisting those who are less fortunate than yourself should be the most compelling reason to take the plunge. That’s not to say you have to jet off across the world to make a difference. You can also look at communities in your own backyard who are working to improve the situation for those in need.

10 Reasons Why Giving Back to Society is Important

  1. It Creates A Feeling Of Gratitude:
    Feelings of compassion, humanity and a sense of appreciation awakens when we give to people. There is nothing greater to centre our focus in this world than beginning to understand just how much we have to be grateful for. This comes from being in direct contact with the act of giving to people who are less fortunate than ourselves.
  2. Giving Encourages A Culture Of Giving:
    Behaviours are contagious. If people see you or other people giving back to society in some shape or form, it is likely to be an idea that sticks with them. Many people who give back to society have been inspired by someone in their community or environment who had done so. The spirit of giving begins as early as the Grade R level at school.
  3. Strengthens Communities And Nations:
    Giving encourages dialogue between people, communities and nations in ways that people would not ordinarily have experienced before. When people choose to give, they unite from different sectors and communities in the name of a common cause. This is a key contributing factor in strengthening communities and nation-building.
  4. Alleviates Poverty, Struggling And Suffering:
    On an absolutely practical level when you find ways to give back to society, this helps to provide some instant relief from poverty, struggling and suffering. Even if a long-term, sustainable solution is needed, people still need food in their mouths, clothes on their back and access to basic sanitation in the immediate moment. This can be achieved in a number of different ways. You can donate to a cause, become a volunteer or be involved in corporate giving.
  5. It Helps You To Share Resources:
    If you know that you need to share your resources with somebody, it immediately makes you conscious about what it is that you have. Besides the gratitude aspect, you suddenly are aware of the value of a bucket of water or a plate of warm home-cooked food. Once the value of those resources become abundant, so too does the realisation that those resources do not come easily. You will be more dedicated to sharing those resources.
  6. Creates A Nation Of Emotionally Aware People:
    It is easy for us to fall into a sense of moral sleep when we are not faced with the realities of people who are less fortunate than us. Once we make the conscious effort to get out there and give to people we have greater emotional awareness and this helps us to become emotionally intelligent people.
  7. Provides People With The Building Blocks For Their Future Development:
    If for example you are giving back to society through a feeding or housing scheme, you will be providing the essential building blocks for a child’s future development. Through a sequence of events, you help influence whether they able to study or have the presence of mind to get an education.
  8. You Will Grow As A Person:
    When you are engaged in philanthropic and humanitarian activities you somehow can’t help but be touched as a human being. Your emotional awareness increases, your care and consideration for others is awakened and you are exposed to new and different people. You will grow as a person..
  9. Enjoy The Health Benefits Of Giving Back:
    On a physical level, you are bound to experience an increase in your levels of wellbeing when you give back to society. Givers on a whole, experience a boost in morale, increased feelings of happiness, greater purpose in life and naturally lower stress levels.
  10. It Feels Good To Give:
    Deep down inside, we all want to feel that we contributed, added value and had some kind of meaning and purpose in our lives. Giving to others helps to feel that we’ve made that difference and helped to alleviate the crisis in somebody else’s life.

    Whichever way you look at it, giving back to society has profound benefits for both the giver and the recipient. The potential for strengthening people and nations through giving back to society is huge and something that we all need to consider looking into. Here’s hoping that you are inspired to give and contribute to society in whichever shape or form in your life..

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