Campaign for Children Education

3 out of every 10 children aged 5-9 years in Pakistan do not go to school.
2 out of every 8 children aged 10-19 years never see the inside of a classroom. Once in school, the drop out rate is very high (only 2 out of 10 reach class 5

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Campaign for Children Health & Nutrition

The Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination (MoNHSR&C), Pakistan, with the
technical support of United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Pakistan and funding from DFID, conducted
the National Nutrition Survey (NNS) 2018 with Aga Khan University (AKU) to ascertain the nutritional
statuses of children and women across Pakistan. Survey field activities were implemented by AKU and
its collaborating partners across different provinces and subnational regions in Pakistan. MoNHSR&C and
UNICEF were closely involved in oversight from inception until the end of survey activities, through a national
steering committee and provincial partners. The survey was initiated in April 2018 and field activities formally
ended in January 2019.

Key Finding Report NNS -2018 

Upcoming Events

Fundraiser for Kids for Online Education System

As COVID-19 lingers and new academic years are planned with distance learning tools, don’t forget to include the social aspect of student life. Consider these school fundraising ideas to help your campus stay connected virtually while they can’t be together.

The childrens

The nutritional status of adolescent girls and boys (aged 10–19 years) was assessed for the first time in NNS 2018. The survey suggests that boys have worse nutrition indicators than girls in almost all cases: underweight (boys: 21.1%; girls: 11.8%), overweight (boys: 17.8%; girls: 16.8%), obesity (7.6% and 5.5%) and short stature (boys: 31.7%; girls: 28.5%). Under half (46.4%) of women of reproductive age (aged 15–49 years), had normal BMI; 14.5% were underweight, 24.2% were overweight and 13.9% were obese.

Fundraiser for livelihoods in Pakistan

Many people in the sustainable livelihoods is to get the basic foundation in life that we take for granted. It’s hard to support your family when you have grown up without access to opportunities to make a living.

Toys for Children Campaign

We started in 2012 in organization and have remained focused on tackling the issues of water, sanitation and hygiene that contribute in people’s lives.

Three goals for WASH Systems.

Clean water, proper sanitation and good hygiene help everyone around the world live happy and healthy lives.