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Award Ceremony

An award has been honored to Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla, Chairperson HOPE through Clinton Foundation and Procter & Gamble by Chelsea Clinton at the award ceremony for rendering services towards social impact on health, education, provision of safe drinking water and alleviation of poverty.

What is HOPE ?

(Health Oriented Preventive Education) is an NGO providing services of health and education for the poor and needy in Pakistan. The major activities of HOPE includes provision of health care through hospitals and maternal and child health centers. In addition education for children is provided through formal and informal schools. Vocational centers provide computers and vocational training for youth.

Our Vision: A well educated and healthy society in which women and children have equal rights.

Our mission: To develop a society in which individuals are aware of the basic right and are provided with equal opportunities to access health and educational facilities.

Chairperson's Message

HOPE was started by a group of volunteers who wanted to bring a change in the lives of the poor and impoverished by bringing health and education to their doorsteps.HOPE was established in 1997 and has grown from a band of street volunteers to a huge national network of schools and hospitals. Health and education are priority areas of HOPE, whereby HOPE is running Maternal and Child Health Centres as well as two hospitals.The HOPE network extends from Karachi in the south to Thatta, Dadu and the mountains of Kashmir . Research activities of HOPE extends from collaborations with the Centre for Disease Control (CDC), WHO, UNICEF among others on topics such as hand washing, Safe water, Safe injections, Poliomyelitis, tuberculosis etc. The education component forms the foundation of of HOPEs activities as without education of children and youth there will be no awareness and enlightment. The future vision of HOPE is to expand its activities in other remote areas of Pakistan. With Gods help HOPE will go where others have not dared. We are but just a drop in the ocean, but we will strive to change the lives of the people we touch. Read More

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On World Literacy Day, Dr Mubina Agboatwalla has signed the MoU with “Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education”. According to the MoU, the students of the institute will interact with the underprivileged children studying at HOPE schools. 

Students of beacon house school celebrate global dignity day with HOPE and its students on the 18th of October.






Flood-affected small landowners of Badin and Sujawal, economically handicapped in cultivating their lands, high quality seeds according to seasons have been provided wheat and sunflower seeds along with other technical assistance so that they become capable once again to earn their own livelihoods independently. 

HOPE distributed much needed ration and supplies to the poor and needy families of Muzzafargarh, devastated in the recent floods and without any means of sustenance. Support in the form of dry food such as biscuits, tea, dried milk etc was provided by Jaffar Public School. 

Two medical camps were set up at two different areas of Muzaffargarh to provide free medical consultations and free medicines. These medical camps were held for two full days and the number of patients, who received medical help, ran into thousands.

Thatta’s HOPE Hospital received a big boost in upgrading its medical equipments. Support was provided by the Consulate General of Japan in Karachi.

In conjunction to the ration distribution and medical camps/assistance provided to the flood affected and displaced families of Muzaffargarh, lower Punjab, efforts were carried out to consistently to provide them with pure drinking water in the form of P&G Purifier of Water.

HOPE continues its campaign of providing pure drinking water to the rural population Of Badin. 

HOPE’s Vocational Centre is being expanded within the HOPE Hospital in Sujawal. The vocational training centre is providing opportunities for training through quality vocational education exclusively focused on the betterment and economic uplift of rural women.

Fahim School System adopted HOPE’s two home schools in Bhattaiyabad, Karachi.  

Fahim School System donated books, stationery in the form of coloring books and coloring pencils and also with pouches containing candy and sweets for the children of HOPE’s AJK schools. 

HOPE provides financial assistance for marriage to the poor and needy of rural Sindh; Recently, HOPE's team gave in-kind and in cash donation to a girl called Mehar in Thatta.

This Eid-ul-Azha, HOPE sacrificed 17 cows and 28 goats in total, in Thatta, Karachi, Sujawal, Badin, Muzaffargarh, Muzaffarabad AJK and distributed all the meat among the poor and needy. 

HOPE’s distributed wheat & sunflower seeds to the very poor, flood affected farmers of Sujawal & Badin. 

HOPE has started emergency relief campaign in Thar to facilitate famine and drought affectees 

The inauguration ceremony after the expansion of HOPE Formal School was held on 27th May at HOPE Formal School, Korangi Industrial Area. The Consulate General of Japan Mr. Masamichi Abe and Mr. Yuki Ochiai represented the Embassy of Japan.


Team HOPE visited Abbas Town and distributed around 300 food boxes to the affectees.


HOPE has been distributing PuR sachets for the provision of safe drinking water in flood affected areas. PuR has been converted into P&G Purifier of Water now but with the same water purification system. 

HOPE is upgrading its Formal School and Vocational Center, Zia colony, Karachi, with the assistance of Japanese government. Through this project, 250 more students will be enrolled to the HOPE Formal School, Karachi. 

HOPE adopted a village in Tahsil Golachi, District Badin by the name of Yousuf Shaikh Goth in collaboration with Adamjee Insurance.There were eighty shelters in Yousuf Shaikh Goth and all those shelters were damaged or destroyed due to the deluge. HOPE has reconstructed almost twenty-seven shelters and is still building more shelters. 


HOPE has opened Sewing Centre & Mechanical Course in Collaboration with Human Concern International in District Badin. 

HOPE participated in Annual Emergency Medicine Conference 2012 held by the Aga Khan University. 

Hope organized a relief and medical camp on April 14th, 2012 in district Badin. 500 patients comprising 175 men, 325 women and children were treated. It was sponsored by Standard Chartered Bank, Human Concern International (HCI) and Coins NGO. 

HOPE conducted a Free Psychiatric Camp at HOPE Hospital, Karachi on 19th Jan 2012, in collaboration with Karwan-e-Hayat (Korangi Community Psychiatry Center) 

The Sujawal BHU is now up and running 

HOPE launched a campaign to raise funds for 100 children suffering from Tuberculosis. The cost of treating a TB patient is only Rs. 4,000. Join HOPE in its quest to treat these children. For those interested in 'Adopting a TB Patient' please visit the 'Donations' page for more details on how to donate.  

HOPE launched an emergency relief operation in flood affected districts in Sindh. Medical care, food and shelter ration and safe drinking water is provided to affected population. 

HOPE distributed food for 90 families daily during the month of Ramadan. 

HOPE held a Grand Iftaar on 8th August 2011 for 800 HOPE School children, sponsored by Standard Chartered. 

Zakat Donations accepted through Standard Chartered and CITI Bank Credit Cards. 

This Ramadan, Ifftar for 1750 school children, Eid Gifts for 1000 children and Ration distribution for 1300 famillies have been distributed by various HOPE Partners. 

Construction of BHU, supported by CITI BANK started in Sujawal 

HOPE collaborates with UNICEF to provide nutrition support to flood affectees in Sindh 

Inauguration Ceremony of HOPE School Thatta held on March 5, 2011 

HOPE carries out fundraising campaigns in Dubai and Abu Dhabi 

HOPE launched a reconstruction project in flood-affected villages in Sindh. 

HSBC joins hands with HOPE to sponsor 40 Home Schools 

HOPE provides safe drinking water to 40,000 families by distributing 1.8 million PuRs sachets 

HOPE provides medical care and food and shelter ration to thousands of flood affectees nationwide.

HOPE USA supports HOPE Home Schools in Pakistan

Latest Events

Badin middle and secondary funded by a partnership between HOPE and SEF. ABOUT A 100 KIDS ARE ENROLLED IN CLASSES 6,7 AND 8 WITH 9 AND 10 commencing VERY SOON. 

Japanese embassy consultant visits Muzafargarh School on the 19th of October. The representative was also stunned by the work being done in the field of women empowerment by HOPE team. 



Aman foundation held a workshop at HOPE Formal School, Zia Colony on entrepreneurship. The students were given extremely practical insights into ways and means of achieving self-employment and how to apply their education to generate incomes independently as young entrepreneur. 

Students of Liaquat College of Medicine & Dentistry visited HOPE’s Zia Colony Hospital to get a feel of how an NGO manages and runs a Hospital with such efficiency 

Team HOPE visited HOPE Schools, AJK for monitoring purpose and distributed sweaters, stationery items, food items and gift hampers donated by Fahim School System among the students. 

Target Inc. Pakistan volunteered for an awareness workshop at HOPE’s Zia Colony School on how to handle, manage and  protect themselves from various difficult situations including  ‘child abuse’ 

Team HOPE along with arranging Iftar dinners, has also been distributing Iftar boxes and Briyani boxes in various HOPE home schools located in Karachi and rural Sindh 

The Grand Iftar was held in Zia Colony, as many as fifteen hundred students gathered together along with more than a hundred volunteers from Standard Chartered Bank 

The distribution of Eid Clothing among the children was also done at the end of the Iftars 

Eid clothing was also sent to the distant schools of Thatta, Mazaffargarh and Muzaffarabad (AJK)

To spread awareness and to raise funds for the under-served of our society HOPE recently held a Fund raiser at Chandni Restaurant, Fremont, California. 

HOPE organized a training event “Arzu” at Arts Council on 27th February which was an active effort to promote philanthropy among youth. Arzu catered around 300 students from different educational institutes of Karachi and the proceeds of the tickets purchased have been donated to the underprivileged children studying at HOPE schools.


HOPE Formal School's students participated in SUPARCO's poster competition. 

Ernst & Young's staff spent a day with HOPE Formal School's students and engaged the children in different fun-filled activities. 

On May 16, 2012, HOPE held its annual result ceremony for the school children at the Home School in Sachal Goth, Karachi. 

On April 21, 2012, HOPE in collaboration with P&G organized a field trip to the Karachi zoo for the students of Informal School of Gadap.

HOPE held an annual result ceremony for the Home School children in Bhattiabad on May 23rd, 2012 

HOPE held an Iftaar and Independence Day programme in the Muzzafargarh School for 200 school children 

Grand Iftaar, sponsored by Standard Chartered Bank, was held on August 8, 2011, for 800 HOPE Zia Colony School Children 

Annual day was held in HOPE School, Muzaffargarh, in which children showcased their talent through different performances. 

HOPE and Helpers of HOPE plan a musical evening fundraiser 

HOPE Home Schools children visited PAF Museum as a field trip. 

What We Have Achieved

Two charitable hospitals in Karachi one at Zia Colony and the other Gurumandir are full-fledged 50-bedded hospitals. In 2016, the hospitals treated 165,000 patients, 986 deliveries and 765 surgeries were conducted, while 568 neonates were treated in the neonatal ICU.

Thatta hospital is fully equipped. This hospital treated 225,000 patients and carried out 1,600 surgeries and 1,500 deliveries in 2016.

In Sujawal Hospital nearly 46,000 were treated and 280 delivers conducted.

Around 58,000 patients were seen and 85 delivers were conducted in both MCH center in Manzoor Colony and Mujahid Colony.

Basic Health Unit in HUB, OPD services, ultrasounds, maternal and child care facilities, nearly 120-130 patients are examined on each visit; approximately 72,000 patients annually.

200 Informal Home Schools nationwide; almost 12,000 students are getting free education.

Two Formal Schools in Karachi and Thatta up to metric; 1,267 students enrolled.

With the collaboration of Sindh Education Foundation SEF, HOPE is running a Middle and high school at Badin.

HOPE is running a computer center with the collaboration of International Development and Relief Foundation IDRF.

Five Vocational Centers in Karachi, Thatta, Badin, Sujawal, Muzzafargarh, computer facilities, sewing/cutting.

Support a Marriage Campaign.

Over a period of one and a half year 30 handpumps have been installed in the remote villages.

HOPE joined hands with P & G for provision of Safe Drinking Water in the form of P&G Purifier Sachets.

HOPE has supported poor farmers in cultivating the land; providing wheat crop in Sujawal and Sunflower seeds at Badin.

In 2015, HOPE setup two medical camps. One in BIRKOT and one in PURAN(Shangla), to help the victims of Swat.

Crisis Center for violence against women.

52 health facilities monitored in earthquake affected areas in AJK.

Flood Relief 2010-2011 nationwide, 35,000 patients treated, 12,250 people distributed food and shelter ration, 40,000 families given access to safe drinking water, 119,000 households reached out to.

Nutrition Support Programme in Karachi, Thatta, Dadu, ShahdadKot, 36,566 children >5 screened, 13,209 PLW screened, SC centers opened in Thatta, Dadu, ShahdadKot.

Reconstruction of houses in flood affected areas in Sindh.