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TABA Foundation was founded by Naim Un Naseer Welfare (NNWT) in 2010 to provide a united platform to all welfare organizations to make coordinated and collective efforts towards betterment of Pakistan. The key objectives are: 1. To highlight the positive image of Pakistan by enhancing the efficacy of welfare sector through bridging the gap of coordination among various welfare entities. As on 10th April 2019, there are 127 national and 13 international member organizations under the umbrella of TABA foundation. 2. To incite leadership spark in youth through different capacity building activities and training programs. To cater the need, one month leadership program “CRADLE” has been designed that is organized every year since 2018. 3. To upskill and mentor the youth by leveraging the access of TABA Foundation to top gurus, leaders of corporate and industry sector. 4. To engage youth in various welfare and social activities to make them responsible and patriotic citizen of Pakistan and to promote moral, spiritual and social development among youth. With the above goals in mind, at the convention of All Pakistan Welfare Trusts organized by NNWT on September 22nd, 2010 where more than 60 welfare organizations & people from different walks of life participated, unanimously named the project, TABA (وَتَعَاوَنُوا عَلَى الْبِرِّ وَالتَّقْوَ ى).
TABA members help promote education and literacy to the under privileged.
TABA Foundation has always provided active support in disaster management and rehabilitation.
TABA Foundation regularly conducts Health Camps in remote areas of the country.
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Joint aid by TABA DM Cluster (Partner Organizations) Akhuwat, Naim un Naseer Welfare Trust, Mile Stone, Falah Foundation, Qarshi Foundation, Zarar Shaheed Trust, NUST Community Services, LUMS Community Services, Rescue Services 1122 Punjab, Al Hijrah Trust was sent to Awaran – Balochistan with the help of Army & PDMA (Punjab). Joint aid included one week ration packs and medicine for
TABA Foundation’s Health Cluster, led by Dr. Izhar Hashmi (Director Akhuwat Health Services), arranged the first ever joint health camp in collaboration with 10 welfare organizations and Rescue 1122. The camp was held at Village Khurram, 3 kms of the Indian Border, in Tehsil and District Kasur on 14th April 2013.
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