AL Mubarak

Al-Mubarak Welfare Society International is working since 2004 in rural area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, with the aim to provide leadership for sustainability, to make people self-reliant and reduce dependency on others and to create awareness in the community regarding socio-economic problems and enabling them to live in prosperous, equitable and peaceful society.

Al-Mubarak Welfare Society International envisions a sustainable rural development model for reducing poverty and promotes sustainable means of livelihood for the poor and disadvantaged communities in the program area.

Al-Mubarak Welfare Society International is a multi-sector non-governmental, non-profit, humanitarian organization; which is working for poverty alleviation and development of local institution in rural area. The organization is also working for social, moral and political issues in the area. Al-Mubarak Welfare Society International is mainly engaged in building awareness among the grassroots level.

Al-Mubarak Welfare Society International also supports village organizations, which provide management training and advice to build capacity within citizen community boards (CCBs). Enhancing capacity and promoting professionalism within the citizen sector. And promoting an enabling environment for citizen sector initiatives to wards public purposes.

Vision / Goal of Al-Mubarak Welfare Society International:
Promoting participatory and community based development vision and Economic incentives, local employment generation and poverty alleviation for poorest segments of society at grass-root level.

Mission Al-Mubarak Welfare Society International:
Striving for Safe Environment protection and Poverty alleviation by modern Agriculture and Livestock development, Asher Plantation, Community monthly saving programmes, Income generation schemes through participatory approaches to pursue the sustainable development in rural areas of district Charsadda in KPK Province in future ten years for the poorest males and females.

Values of Al-Mubarak Welfare Society International:
Confident and trust.
Community Participatory.
Social approaches with priority to the needy both genders.
Use of We instead of I and your instead of you.

Objective of the Al-Mubarak Welfare Society International:

Community Infrastructure (CI):
Improving quality of life through gender equality by supporting, developing the required infrastructures and environmental rehabilitation at grass-root level.

The sources of fundraising include monthly saving fund, Micro-credit, Skills Development Center and Income Generation schemes.

Socio-Economic Growth:
To improve economic condition of the poor through Micro credit, Small local income generation schemes, Modern agriculture & Livestock ways with Land leasing program.

Agribusiness Improvement:
Ensuring participation of communities in agri-business for effective utilization of their services and to enhance / increase their production and marketing capabilities.

Agriculture and Livestock Development:
To improve the barren land for good crops production through the agriculture modern methodology, land leveling, installation of tube wells for irrigation purposes, construction of irrigation channels, agricultural input, micro-credits given on profit and loss sharing  amongst the poor farmers to enable them to purchase seeds and manures on time.

Basic health, Education with Vocational Centers:
To provide the Basic health and education facilities through better sanitation, safe drinking water supply schemes, Tuition Center, Establishment of Women Vocational Centers, IT Centers, provision of free books and school uniforms, Seminar, Workshops, Walks and improvement of existence Basic Health Unite (BHU) and Local Primary school for both boys and girls.

Awareness and Advocacy:
Awareness raising ad capacity building of local communities about their due role in human right and laws.
1. To render timely help to the victims of heavenly calamities and famine such as flood and fatal diseases.
2. To provide food, shelter, medicine and other necessities to the bereaved humanity and hunger/starvation stricken people.
3. To arrange clothes, Food, shelter, health and education for affectees of natural disasters.