Our Programs

Relief, Response,

Moawin Foundation’s relief services encompass a wide array of impactful initiatives. With over 700 cataract surgeries performed, MF addresses critical health needs i.e. restoring vision and enhancing the quality of life for individuals in need.

MF Orphan Support Drive

In a dedicated effort to support orphans, MF conducted a distribution drive benefiting 775 children, ensuring they receive essential clothes and gifts. Additionally, MF distributed different items such as, 2142 school bags, 1428 stationery packs and 1599 school shoes to students from vulnerable communities, facilitating their educational pursuits and alleviating the financial burden on their families.

Recognizing the challenges faced by vulnerable families during harsh winters, MF conducted a winter drive to provide essential items such as clothes, warmers, quilts, blankets, and wood to more than 740 households. This initiative aimed to alleviate the impact of cold weather, ensuring that families had the necessary resources to stay warm and comfortable during the winter season.


Distribution drive to support orphans


Cataract surgeries conducted


Community-based drive to provide school bags


Stationery packs from vulnerable communities


School shoes to students from vulnerable communities


Winter drive to support poor families


Meat packs


Food packs


Aftaar packs

Water sanitation & hygiene (WASH)

Moawin Foundation’s efforts act as a driving force in achieving the interconnected objectives of Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) and the overarching Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). By actively engaging in WASH initiatives, MF directly contrib- utes to SDG 6, ensuring access to clean water and sanitation for communities in need.

Moreover, MF emphasis on WASH aligns with SDG 4 by creating conducive environments for education. By implementing proper water and sanitation infrastructure in schools, MF supports inclusive and quality education, particularly benefiting girls who may face barriers to attend schools due to a lack of these facilities.

In its efforts, MF also addresses the gender dimensions of WASH challenges, contributing to SDG 5 on gender equality. Recogniz- ing that women and girls often bear the brunt of water and sanitation disparities, our initiatives empower women and promote gen- der-inclusive practices.

Our initiatives


Provided Water Facilities in 118 School.


Installed over 2250 hand pumps, set up 4 Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants, and distributed home-based water filters throughout Pakistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK). As a result, more than 40,000 individuals from vulnerable communities have benefited.


More than 28000 students actively participated in Sessions on Health and Hygiene across all MF adopted schools.


Around 5000 mothers engaged in Health and Hygiene initiatives through monthly and fortnightly meetings of mother forums.


118 schools equipped with functional washrooms, benefiting more than 30,830 students, faculty, and non-faculty staff.


Water Facilities in Schools


Beneficiaries of Clean Water


Hand Pump Installed