Fatma Welfare Foundation (FWF) is a non-governmental, nonprofit and non-political registered organization working in Khyber Pukhtoon Khwa Province (KPK) of Pakistan under Voluntary Social Welfare Ordinance ACT 1961; under Registration number DSW/NWFP/2661 Dated, 1st November 2006.
FWF aims to bring sustainable development in (WASH) Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Health sectors to reduce poverty and promote socially and economically stable human society in Pakistan.
FWF believes on Gender Balanced, Right based and Participatory approaches to serve the humanity specially Women, Children, Vulnerable, Marginalized and excluded groups and bring them in the development activities.
The organization has the following major areas to intervene;
C) Livelihood & Enterprise Development
D) Protection (Women & Children)
FWF envisions a society where everyone have equal access to WASH and Health facilities, and Livelihood & Enterprise Development for income generation and exercise their basic rights without discrimination.
To ensure accessibility of WASH and Health services to marginalized segments of the society and improve their socio-economic status for their active inclusion and active participation in mainstream development.
- Promote human rights of women, children, youth, and minorities and seek policy changes for equal rights through advocacy, research and information dissemination.
- Promote Quality of basic Health and Education Services for Hard-to- Reach communities of KPK.
- Enhance economic empowerment of low income people especially women and youth through skills, Education and livelihood programs and enterprise development.
- To promote quality education through formal and non formal & adult literacy programs.
- To enable accessibility of disadvantaged communities to health, water and sanitation
- Promote peace and conflict resolution through coordinated efforts of community, government and civil society organizations.
- Respond to humanitarian emergencies by helping people cope with crisis, through disaster risk reduction, emergency relief, preparedness and post-crisis recovery.