PAKISTAN

Our Approach

We work with marginalized communities, refugees, IDPs, host communities, civil society, non-governmental and community-based organizations, teachers, religious and community leaders, journalists, women, and youth to address a variety of needs including health care, education, livelihoods, peace-building, civic engagement, and vulnerability to disasters and conflicts.

Our Approach

By enhancing the capacity of individuals and existing community structures through a participatory approach, Community World Service Asia supports communities in an effort to overcome inequality and to work toward sustainable food security, peace, access to basic rights, and resilience. When necessary, emergency response is provided to disaster-affected communities.

Assisting and partnering in Pakistan since 1954.
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Pakistan

Pakistan by the numbers

  • Refugees

    Host to the largest number of refugees in the world (UNHCR, 2013)

  • Flooding

    17 incidents of major flooding since 1950 (Pakistan Weather Portal, 2012)

  • Poverty

    45.6% of the population lives in poverty (UNDP, 2014)

  • Education

    Ranked 113 out of 120 on the Education Index (UNESCO, 2012)

Giving voice

See Also

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Pakistan Offices