Youth Network


Community Mobilization

The concept of community mobilization emerged from the recognition that a genuine participatory approach to development is essential for success and sustainability. Community mobilization is an approach and tool that enables people to organize for collective action, by pooling resources and building solidarity required to resolve common problems and work towards community advancement. It is a process that empowers Children, Women and Men to organize their own democratically self-governing groups or community organizations which enable them to initiate and control their own personal and communal development.

Community Mobilization of PFF aimed at mobilizing community support mechanism including Community Based Organizations (CBOs) to ensure participation of all segments of society in development process. In accordance with such a process, PFF focuses on formation of grassroots level institutions, and raising awareness on quality education and basic health and hygiene conditions in rural areas through conducting meetings with community members.

Education Material Bank

In backward areas many students are dropping out of school because  their parents cannot to afford to provide uniform, text books, school bag and such other items. Their parents are mainly working in fields as labour and earn Rs.200 – 300 per day. We motivate their parents through counseling sessions to send their children to school. FRIENDS  has been providing educational material to these poor children consisting of Bags, text books, notebooks, geometry box, pencils, pens . We select the candidates by personal visits to their homes to assess the family background. We also take inputs from the school head masters to select the students who are doing well in studies.
You can donate for educational material for these deserving children, and thereby ensure that they do not drop out of school.

Yasir Memon 0092 300 3075138

Water Supply Scheme

With a hand pump available in the Home / village, children won’t have to walk long distances to collect water from unreliable sources like rivers and streams and that means significantly minimizing the risk of waterborne diseases as well as child exploitation, which many children encounter when water sources are far away from the household.

PFF has launched a water supply scheme Project. The project is designed to provide water to the impoverished and underdeveloped communities

The Water Supply project is effective for several reasons. The installation of traditional low-lying hand pumps enables access to clean water for home use as well as irrigating crops and improving livelihoods. Additionally, the participatory approach also engages the community and promotes sustainability through the Community Members, which will be made up of the locals to cope with maintenance problems and the operating costs.

for support in the water supply scheme please Contact 
Yasir Memon
0092 300 307 5138