May peace and blessings be upon you all,

The past few years have been full of challenges, trials, and uncertainty with the Coronavirus pandemic and flood which has affected the entire country. We are all facing unprecedented situations that are impacting all of us personally and professionally.

Kurram welfare Home-(KWH) was established with vision “To envisage a progressive and prosperous society for all’’ help mankind and make a lasting difference. Since our inception a long years ago, We have actively been assisting humanity, with projects such as education, livelihood, Women & Youth empowerment, emergency relief, WASH, Multi-sectoral approach, and local community development especially refugees, IDPs, TDPs, and vulnerable communities across Pakistan and special thanks to supporting from our dedicated volunteers, our bank and generous donors for making this possible.

At Kurram welfare Home, we always strive to serve humanity in a professional, efficient and effective manner. Finally, from myself and our respected trustees, we would like to thank you all for your continuous support and generosity. We would like you all to stay safe during these challenging times and keep us in your prayers.



Muhammad Kamran

Chief Executive Officer

Kurram welfare Home


Kurram welfare Home-(KWH) is a non-profit organization committed to mobilizing, empowering, and developing underprivileged communities in Pakistan.

KWH is registered under the societies act 1860; in 2009, having registration # 72/5/5781. KWH has also a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the ministry of economic affairs division of Pakistan (EAD) and is allow to work status (ATW) from the Ministry of SAFRON for providing assistance to refugees in Pakistan/IDPs/TDP).





Qasim Kaley

Gulzara, W/o Nasrullah a shoe mender (Mochi) who usually sits at Taru Stop for mending shoes of people. A very poor family of six kids, four sons and two daughters. Two o of them are studying since they cannot afford their schooling. All of them are small kids, hence a liability on Nasrullah's shoulder. when the flood came, it swamped their whole village, taking away their small home. Gulzara says: "We are very poor, our house was swiped away by the flood. We were living in tents in worse condition."
Thank you PANAHGA for building a house for us, it’s better than our own ones, We are very happy and pray for donors, for helping us. The team members of KWH are very friendly, they treated us like a family. they did not let us feel lonely and deprived. God bless them all!

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