Wellcome to our Charity
(Direct Focus Community Aid), strives for partnership with community
to develop a society based on three core values of sustainable human
development self esteem, freedom of choice and tolerance a society
where everyone has equal access to opportunities and justice irrespective
of gender and status DFCA has worked on several projects where it has,
and is helping girls to complete their education and is employing women as
teachers It helped public institutions in implementation of
decentralization, to facilitate human development in KP and FATA A key
objective of decentralization is to improve the delivery of public services
Skill Providing for All
DFCA also provding facility skill training our socity for for better life i.e In a country, where 25 percent of the country' population lives below the poverty line, multiple shocks including recent COVID-19 outbreak have further deteriorated the socio-economic indicators
Better Nutrition for Childrens
In Pakistan, four out of ten children under five years of age are stunted while 17.7% suffer from wasting. The double burden of malnutrition is becoming increasingly apparent, with almost one in three children underweight (28.9%) alongside a high prevalence of overweight (9.5%) in the same age group. The prevalence of overweight among children under five has almost doubled over seven years, increasing from 5% in 2011 to 9.5% in 2018.
DFCA also Provid Health Facility
DFCA also provide Health facility with different CSO and the region of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Fundraiser for Education
Providing free education for Afghan girls in Afghan Refugee Camp in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
bring water to the children
DFCA also provide for free water for childeran
foods for everyone
DFCA worked in COVID-19 in District Nowshera Distribution of food packages for vulnerable families, and Nutritional food items for children and pregnant and lactating women
education for all
DFCA also worked with Afghan Refugee in Education system with different donons. There are provide free education and skilled training for Girls student in Akora Khattak refugee camp District Nowshera
WE LOVE TO HELP ALL THE HUMANITARIAN SECTORS SO THAT HAVE REDUCE THE PROBLEMS IN THE COMMUNITY. AFTER A FEW YEARS WE HAVE MANY GOALS ACHIEVED.
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These Global Goals, also known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), include ending extreme poverty, giving people better healthcare, and achieving equality for women.
DFCA – Direct Focus Community Aid is a Voluntary Social Welfare Agency Registered KP and Ex-FATA under Social Welfare Ordinance 1961.
Society Act Registration under Act XXI of 1860 Joint Stock Companies & Societies
PCP Registered. DFCA is also registered with Ministry of SAFRON , DFCA also valid status of NPO with PCP and FBR Govt of Pakistan. The sole purpose of working for the betterment of the community.
“DFCA’s visions rests on three key pillars; development through empowerment, crisis management through strategic planning, and sustainability through innovation.”
“Our mission is to educate, create greater awareness and ensure participation of marginalized, oppressed and resource poor communities at all levels by harnessing their potential necessary for their socio-economic uplift through the process of sustainable development.”
The World Food Programme’s food assistance programme provides a critical lifeline to 87 million vulnerable people across the world. Their analysis of the economic and food security implications of the pandemic outlines the potential impact of COVID-19 on the world’s poorest people.
In light of the pandemic’s effects on the food and agricultural sector, prompt measures are needed to ensure that food supply chains are kept alive to mitigate the risk of large shocks that have a considerable impact on everybody, especially on the poor and the most vulnerable.
In order to address these risks, the Food and Agriculture Organization urges countries to:
- Meet the immediate food needs of their vulnerable populations,
- Boost social protection programmes,
- Keep global food trade going,
- Keep the domestic supply chain gears moving, and
- Support smallholder farmers’ ability to increase food production.
The UN’s Global Humanitarian Response Plan lays out steps to fight the virus in the world’s poorest countries and address the needs of the most vulnerable people, including those facing food insecurity.