About Organization
  • Established in: 1961

  • Registration Law: Voluntary Social Welfare Organizations (Registration & Control) Ordinance 1961

  • Themes & Interventions: Education, Environment, Disaster, Health

  • What We Do: Awareness Rising, Research, Service Delivery

Contact Details
  • Head Office at Battagram

  • Dr Dewan Health Center, Main Road, Battagram.

  • Phone: 03009864201

  • Email: gicwakpk@gmail.com

Introduction

INTRODUCTION OF THE ORGANIZATION

Gujjar Ittehad Council Welfare Association ® (GICWA) is Non-Governmental, Non Profitable, and

Non-sectarian Organization (NGO), was established in

(migrated from Battagram, Mansehra and AJK, due to earth quake 2005) . GICWA registered under Government of Pakistan Voluntary Social Welfare Agencies(Registeration&Control) Ordinance 1961, in vide operation to District Battagram Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (the most backward and deprived district of Northern Pakistan).GICWA presently incorporated in District Battagram with the objective of providing Health Care, Quality Education, Social Justice, Livelihood, Women Empowerment and integrated services in the entire spectrum of development for uplifting the quality of life of the poor masses. GICWA has also been registered with KPK Govt. under the same Ordinance vide Registration #DSW/Khyber Pakhtunkhwa/4179 dated 23.12.2014VISION
To serve the humanity through positive change with all available resources, utmost ability, strength and shattered less belief, as the “Humanity Stands First” in all the religions and cultures.
MISSION
Provide Health Care on easy approach of the poor people, quality education on affordable means, livelihood with dignity and social justice, peace & equality for everyone, through mutual cooperation of society and state, as these are the fundamental rights of the people without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social stat

OBJECTIVES

Ø Provision of free Health Care to the population of remote and backward areas with proper awareness about prevention and control of diseases.(esp. in women and infants)

Ø Provision of affordable /free Educational and improving quality of education.(esp. women

Ø Involved in participatory development at the grass-roots level.

Ø Provide platform to poor and marginalized people, and support them to take control of their own resources and livelihood to fulfill their basic needs

Ø Working for disabled persons to bring them on normal track of life.

Ø Working for Women empowerment and help them to participate every sphere of life

Ø Non-formal basic education, and vocational skills/training courses (esp. women)

Ø Protection of Environment for sustainable development and utilization of Natural Resources.

Ø Working for eradication of human rights violation and discrimination in all its forms.

Ø Advocacy for peace, equality and social justice (esp. women ).

Ø Conduct Surveys & Evaluations for improvement in social life.

Ø Income Generation , Microfinance and SME Development program

Ø Social Mobilization Program/Training to local community

Ø Community Development & Organization

Ø Planning, Implementation & Monitoring

 

TARGET GROUPS

Ø Women & Children

Ø Disable Persons

Ø Farmers, Peasants and labour

Ø Youth (esp. jobless)

Ø Students of Govt Institutes and Religious Madaras

Ø Local Govt Representatives

Ø Poor & Marginalized community group

Ø Community Based Organizations (CBOs)

 

STRATEGIES 1

  1. No poverty: To end poverty, everyone should have basic healthcare, security and education.
  2. Zero Hunger: Globally, one in nine people are undernourished. This goal aims to end hunger.
  3. Good Health: Ensuring people live healthy lives can cut child mortality and raise life expectancy.
  4. Education: The UN wants everyone to have access to inclusive, equitable quality education.
  5. Gender equality: Gender equality is a human right, and is vital for a peaceful, prosperous world.
  6. Clean water: Clean water protects people from disease, yet three in 10 people lack access to it.
  7. Clean energy: Targets for 2030 include using more renewable, affordable energy
  8. Economic growth: The aim is for sustainable economic growth and decent employment for all.
  9. Industry and Infrastructure: This involves building a resilient infrastructure and fostering innovation.
  10. No inequality: The poorest 40 per cent of the population should be able to grow their income faster than average.
  11. Sustainability: The UN wants to increase affordable housing and make settlements inclusive, safe and sustainable.
  12. Responsible consumption: This goal aims to foster eco-friendly production, reduce waste and boost recycling.
  13. Climate action: Urgent action is needed, by regulating emissions and promoting renewable energy.
  14. Life underwater: The aim is to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources.
  15. Life on land: To stop degradation, we must preserve forest, desert and mountain ecosystems.
  16. Peace and justice: The aim is inclusive societies with strong institutions that provide justice for all.
  17. Partnership: If all countries are to achieve the goals, international coo