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To be trusted source, understanding and responding organization for welfare of society.

To provide the best service delivery and education programs for vulnerable groups.

Objectives of the project

The objective of the project to raise consciousness and facilitate rural affected areas of Pakistan by improving their social , economical and educational conditions. To raise the awareness among the rural areas of Pakistan. To endeavor to increase literacy rates among flooded areas by giving them basic education for them.

Executive Summary:
Our project Raising Hope provides a range of service for affected people. Services are oriented with focus in education for poor family children who are affected by flood in rural areas of Pakistan. We will serve the children ages from 4 to 16 years. Most of children come from rural areas of flood affected. The school will cater children of low income economic stratum by changing them free of cost services. The school practices will be on advanced educational procedures. Establishing school will be the most beneficial decision for investor and trusty who help us to rebuild this sector in Pakistan especially in flooded areas. Most children over there spend their time in begging working in collecting garbage to sell due to which many health issues arises. We operate out of a small cluster of building on land acquired by trust of 2 canals. This will comprise by class rooms and working areas. Buildings have electricity and water supply with all other facilities. We have staff of 15 teachers who will cover the admistrative responsibilities and day to day operations. Our students will successful in any fields they choose. The current teacher and student ratio will be 10/1. Initially capacity of students will be 500.

Purpose of project:
Our purpose is to provide safe healthy and educational atmosphere for children in affected areas. By long term goal is to foster their development in every aspect of life in such a way that empowers them to become a productive for their future and improve their conditions. We also aimed to an example of effective model for them and look around the world in better ways.

Scope of project:
A well educated and well trained population is essential for social and economical well being of country. We can see that well developed countries always give priority to education. But if you observed we can see that rural areas of Pakistan especially flooded areas have lack of schools and educated people. Government of Pakistan is trying to overcome the problem but due to limited resources they are not meet the above average results. Therefore, schools in these areas are good opportunity. This school will be non-profitable organization.

Introduction to organization:
The project mandates is to provide the best possible education and values to target population uneducable students those children who either dont have money and awareness about the importance of education. these families survive on streets who comes from lowest economic socio-caste sector due to natural deserter in Pakistan (flood).

History of NGOS in Pakistan

The history of Pakistani NGOs has its roots back in time of partition. Although not directed to as NGOs at that time, many voluntary organizations were contrived to provide humanitarian aids to refugees pouring into the country and to help victims of communal riots. During the first few years of Pakistan, many of these NGOs concentrated on rehabilitation and basic services such as health and education. Some of these voluntary organizations remain active today, although their roles may have changed today. Many continue to be led by Begums, the wives of influential bureaucrats, politician and businessmen. The next upsurge in the formation of NGOs took place in 1970s, when martial law government explicated its philosophy of social work welfare. During 1980s, many new NGOs emerged to avail of funding set aside for development through local bodies. In the

party-free polls of 1985, many legislators encouraged the growth of new NGOs to absorb the special funds available to them for development of their constituencies. A number of womens NGOs were also instituted during this period. In the early 1990s, there was another rapid increase in NGOs, when new organization were formed to take advantage of new available funding under the Peoples Work Programme, particularly in rural Sindh and Punjab. It is difficult to estimate to the number of NGOs in Pakistan. Only rough estimates are possible. In a publication of UNDP in 2001, number was suggested to be between 8,000 to 16,000. If non-registered NGOs are added to registered one, number of Pakistani NGOs could be anywhere between 25,000 to 35,000. NGOs in Pakistan can be divided into several broad categories:

Those involved in advocacy and lobbying Those involved in policy issues and debates Emergency, rehabilitation and relief organizations Those involved in implementation of development project and programs, Including service delivery organizations and CBOs (community organization)