Established in: not provided
Themes & Interventions: Environment, Disability
What We Do: Awareness Rising, Service Delivery
Head Office at Islamabad
House No. 330, Street 24, I-8/2 Islamabad, Pakistan
Subh-e-Nau (“a new dawn”) is a registered charity engaged in conserving nature, promoting sports, working for improving public health and targeting disability for more than two decades.Our main areas of work include advocacy and raising awareness for environmental, health, disability and rehabilitation initiatives, including on-ground environmental projects such as plantation, organic food promotion and relief and rehabilitation projects.SN represents the selfless dedication of socially aware individuals wanting to bring about a meaningful change by cultivating an environment promoting health and economic development.We are a non-profit, non-partisan, apolitical organization working for, and with people from diverse backgrounds.
SN has launched public awareness programs, lobbied for environment friendly Government projects, and used media tools to motivate opinion leaders and the general public alike to work for a greener, healthier natural environment. We strongly believe in working with the corporate, non-profit, public and private sectors, as our cause is universal.Some pioneering projects and campaigns include plantation of more than 80,000 indigenous trees, water and energy conservation campaigns, lobbying for environmental, health and consumer interest related legislation, sports promotion for children, and a disability reduction and rehabilitation program. A strong team of dedicated national and international experts voluntarily support SN.
To foster healthier and higher standards of living, based on the ideals of sustainable development, while targeting poverty and health considerations to provide a sound socio-economic basis for meaningful change.
Our mission is to research, implement and advocate sustainable solutions to outstanding global environmental and public health issues. We firmly believe that any meaningful development must be done in accordance with careful understanding of its impact on the environment and health of all living beings, as we are all connected. Informed by state-of-the-art research, we approach problems by locally implementable, cost-effective, and practically viable solutions.For health, relief and rehabilitation work, whether involving disability related issues or in the aftermath of calamities, we again formulate need-based, locally adaptable solutions.
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