Established in: 2006
Registration Law: Voluntary Social Welfare Organizations (Registration & Control) Ordinance 1961
Themes & Interventions: Women, Children
What We Do: Advocacy
Head Office at Islamabad
Acid Survivors Foundation (ASF) Pakistan was founded in 2006 with the support of a UK-based organisation: Acid Survivors Trust International to support survivors of acid attacks in Pakistan.
Acid Survivors Foundation (ASF-Pakistan) is a Pakistani non-profit organization working since 2006 to eradicate acid violence from Pakistan promote human rights of acid burn and other burn survivors, through a peaceful democratic process. It was officially registered in August 2007 under Voluntary Social Welfare Agencies (Registration and Control) Ordinance 1961.
Pakistan becomes an acid and burn violence free country in which men, women and children fully exercise their basic human rights.
ASF Pakistan aims to eradicate acid violence from Pakistan and ensure that survivors’ human rights are protected and enforced.
1) Stop acid and burn violence and prevent the proliferation of attacks
2) Ensure survivors receive the best available medical treatment in the long run
3) Ensure survivors get justice, exercise their fundamental rights in accordance with the Pakistani constitution and international conventions
4) Enable survivors to end up as proactive, democratic, empowered and autonomous citizens.
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