Many women die because of complications of child birth, and common preventable diseases are unable to be addressed because of the lack of aid or medications available. The building of a hopsital or medical facility will tackle this issue and make aid readily available within the community.
An estimated 36% of Pakistanis live below the poverty line in Pakistan with almost half being illiterate. This is even more affluent within rural communities and PCWT endeavours to help make a difference so we try to distribute food packs or allowances to communities to help fight this poverty and hunger epidemic.
Rural areas of Pakistan have an extremely low literacy rate specifically girls where they do not pursue Education predominantely because Education cannot be afforded as poverty is so prevalent. We are hoping to be able to support these Children and ensure they are able to have the same opportunities as kids would in the UK
A core principle of our charity is ensuring the homeless have shelter and have the means to be able to look after themselves and so we are working by providing grants and rehoming inidviduals where we can. Some people may have homes but no access to clean water, or electricity so this is another aspect we work towards to change
Working to provide medical facticilities, aid and hospitals in rural communities
Provide housing and refuge to the under privelidged and poverty stricken areas
The education of children, orphans and girls where it cannot be afforded