I am honored to extend my heartfelt gratitude to our members, volunteers, partner organizations, and individual donors.
Through your unwavering support and dedication, we have continued the journey initiated by Syeda Najma Shakur(late) in 1996 as the founding President of Women Welfare Organization (WWO).Our organization has grown to a community of 45,000 women members with its operational hubs in Azad Jammu Kasmir, Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, and Punjab.Thanks to the hard work and dedication of our network of women organizations (WO) and volunteers for the Najma Shakur Charity Fund.
We understand that there is still much work to be done, and we are committed to continuing our efforts to create a more enabling environment for prosperous, dignified, and empowered mothers, sisters, and daughters in our society.
Syeda Aniqa Shakur CEO
Amina lives in suburbs area of District Muzaffarabad with her mother and her 3 brothers.She was drobbed out from school because of prverty. Her mother was unable to support the education of 4 kids at a time, being a girl she had to suffer. It wasn't until 2015, when WWO mobilized her mother through education committees and also supported her through agriculture value chain support program. Amina is now studing in 5th grade.
Name: Summera--- Living in Village Sar of District Bagh AJK. She grew up in a mud house with her mother, 2 older brothers and 4 older sisters. Unfortunately, in 2005 her father died in Earth Quake, which only left her mother to feed the family. Like most villagers, Amina (Her mother) was unemployed and would do small scale farming, growing mixed crops to maintain her family. She was dropped out of school and remained at home helping her mother since her family was supported by WWO for livelihood and education of summera. Now she is studing in 8th grade, she wants to become a doctor.
15 years old Nadia from Rawalakot wants to be a Doctor. Yet she hasn't always had the aspiration to dream to go to school and join the medical world. Coming from a very poor family in Rawalakot. Nadia could not afford to go to school. Her parents used to make money from working for neighbours domestic choruses. With a too litle income, she barely made enough money to put food for the family. This all changed in 2015, when WWO decided to sponsor her through agriculture value chain program. Nadia is delighted and now her dream to become doctor feels real. She is doing so well at school.