Charity Right Pakistan

Charity Right Pakistan believes in a fair and equal world by overcoming hunger in hard-to-reach areas. Amidst COVID-19, the organization distributed ration packs to around 13,000 families and launched Right Choice stores to offer discounts on staples, along with a Right Pay Card to enable the beneficiaries to receive necessities from these stores.

Karwan-e-Hayat Institute for Mental Health Care

Karwan-e-Hayat’s vision is to achieve the highest standards in providing psychiatric and rehabilitation services to the mentally disturbed members of society, especially the poor and marginalized and to offer them opportunities to improve their quality of life. They aim to train and develop mental health professionals and to participate in research that will contribute to greater knowledge and understanding of mental health issues. They are committed to mainstream the guiding principles of mental health into health policies at different levels. They envision a society that understands and values good mental health practices, protects and treats people suffering from mental disorders with dignity, fairness and respect.

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Association for Rehabilitation of Physical Disabled (ARPD)

Association for Rehabilitation of the Physically Disabled (ARPD) is a widely recognized non-governmental organization that strives to improve the lives of underdeveloped and vulnerable communities with special focus on Persons with Disabilities in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The organization started its activities from the grass root level and now working at provincial and country level and is working to uplift the health and living condition of persons with disabilities

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Digital Rights Foundation

Digital Rights Foundation (DRF) is a non-government non-profit organization registered legally in Pakistan in 2013 under the Societies Registration Act 1860. DRF focuses on ICTs to support human rights, inclusiveness, democratic processes and digital governance through advocacy, research and direct services. The organization works on issues of privacy, surveillance, free speech, political participation, digital security, gender & tech and online harassment. DRF is making online spaces more secure, free and inclusive through capacity-building of women, human rights defenders, journalists and minorities in online safety and security. The organisation also provide individualized services through our Cyber Harassment Helpline which provides women with digital security support, legal advice, psychological support and referrals. The helpline provides confidential services through a toll-free number. Furthermore, the DRF team contributes to discourse around digital rights and advocacy by conducting research and engaging with policy-making and legislators.

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