About Organization
  • Established in: not provided

  • Registration Law: Society Registration Act 1860

  • Themes & Interventions: Education, Health, Women, Economic Empowerment

  • What We Do: Awareness Rising, Service Delivery

Contact Details
  • Head Office at Lahore

  • Phone: 04238384149

  • Email: kashnawab@gmail.com


Social Action Transformation for Humanity (SATH) Pakistan is non-political, non-profit, non-governmental organization founded in 1st January 2005 and registered on 29th January 2005 under Societies Act, 1860. SATH is working for basic needs and rights of the poor and needy people especially vulnerable groups and indigenous communities.

SATH works for underprivileged and marginalized communities in Lahore district. The organization provides awareness to targeted communities on Human Rights, HIV/AIDS & Reproductive Health. SATH works for vulnerable groups especially women, children and youth. SATH is also committed to promote a culture of peace, tolerance, interfaith and social harmony in targeted communities through different activities.


A world without poverty, injustice and inequality where people, regardless of cultural, social and political divides, come together for mutual benefit, living in peaceful co-existence.
SATH Pakistan is working to reduce poverty, injustice, and inequality and to further economic and social development in partnership with communities by sharing and developing ideas and skills, facilitating social and organizational change and raising awareness for sustainable development.
To promote and protect human rights of vulnerable groups especially women, children and youth
To educate socially-excluded and underserved children and women living in low-income communities
To provide access to relevant, cost-effective and timely reproductive health services to poor and under-served young people and women
To increase participation of under-privileged and poor young people and women in political process, gender base violence and economic opportunities
To work with government institutions to promote and protect the human rights of the poor

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