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 momendiurum 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).
KWH is striving to play role in achieving a sustainable solution for global goals through an effective participatory approach in Pakistan.
KWH at Glance! Background
KWH (Kurram Welfare Home), strives for partnership with the 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. KWH has worked on several projects where it has, and is helping girls to complete their education and employing women as teachers. It helped public institutions in the implementation of decentralization, to facilitate human development in Pakistan. A key objective of decentralization is to improve the delivery of public services.
KWH has undertaken many projects to involve youth in healthy initiatives, where they are given an opportunity to learn, hence their capacity is built. KWH seeks to involve the local communities in the development of local-level infrastructure important for the socio-economic uplift of the communities. KWH has worked on many national and focused projects.