|Type:||NGO working on Crime|
|Address:||Universal House , st-9, Home -19, Block Y, New Multan, Multan-Punjab|
|Region:||Southern and Eastern Asia|
Other:'Human Rights, Rule of Law, Health, Migration, Governance, Shelter and Social Mobilization'
||Goal: Improve the quality of life and empower the poor and marginalized communities, especially women and children, in all working areas without any discrimination against sex, race, caste, religion and social origin.
Vision: Sustainable communities (peaceful, healthy, educated and productive) based on civic sense, social justice, peace and respect, self reliance, and rights-based development.
Mission: To achieve the vision, Hasaan Foundation will initiate socio-economic development interventions to bring about changes by mobilizing and capacitating the marginalized communities, especially women and children, to transform their lives so that they can undertake their own development as well as help those more needy than them.
Objectives: The major thrust of Hasaan Foundation is to facilitate gender responsive and sustainable development activities, to include:
• Conduct baseline studies and relevant researches to better understand and appropriately address the effects of poverty and civil injustices in our designated working areas.
• Create support systems for children in need by providing Shelter and home environment for abandoned and orphaned children.
• Help the poor and marginalized children learn and access their rights and entitlements irregardless of faith, sex or religion.
• Spearhead and continue awareness initiatives against the use of illicit drugs, the negative consequences of its use and create an enabling environment for productive activities such as sports competition, health and livelihood promoting youth clubs, among others.
• Establish institutions that promote and enhance human capital development like schools, recreation centers, community and health centers in the working areas.
• Undertake health education activities geared at women’s and children’s health, diseases awareness, prevention and care giving; and the promotion of hygienic and healthy living practices; (awareness raising, training, health camps, etc.
• Provide necessary health services and facilities to the poor and marginalized, particularly women and children, where possible. Organize and provide emergency mobile health units in remote and difficult parts of the working areas.
• Conduct advocacy campaigns on environmental protection, water and sanitation, and other emerging issues that affects human existence.
• Establish training wings that will provide knowledge, attitudes, skills and practices to men and women pursuing self employment and/or finding a job.
• Provide start up capital to women and men, and youth groups who wish to pursue their own businesses as well as marry of poor girls.
• Graveyard Services provide washing and burials for unclaimed bodies. Religious services are provided according to the deceased's religious affiliation
• Organize cultural awareness events, at local, national and international levels to deepen understanding and appreciation of different values systems; learn different cultures and promote tolerance and acceptance of values and cultures of people in the East and West, among others
• Awareness on drug abuse, consequences, prevention and rehabilitation
• Uses of narcotics/drugs are one of a big social evil among others. Narcotic use is associated with a variety of side effects including drowsiness, itching, sleeplessness, inability to concentrate, apathy, lessened physical activity, drastically reduced attention-span, among the hazards of careless or excessive drug use are the increasing risk of infection, disease and overdose.
• Hasaan Foundation takes initiative to impose its team efforts to eliminate this disease form society in Pakistan. The past three decades have witnessed massive proliferation of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances in Pakistan. The government has instituted a series of measures to address the situation. However, the formulation of a comprehensive drug abuse control strategy demanded a realistic assessment of the scope of the problem