Ray of Hope – Pakistan

Food assistance programme by Ray of HopeIn Pakistan, Ray of Hope wants to bring about sutainable solutions to the substance abuse problem

Ray of Hope is a registered social welfare organization which operates for a healthier and prosperous Pakistan. The organization’s core mission is to promote sustainable solutions to drug abuse as most of the social problems are related to it.

And it does so by fostering 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.

Intervention areas

Addiction services, women’s empowerment, youth development, environment protection

Ray of Hope at a Glance

2007

Opening year

7 + 50

Collaborators and volunteers

1 facility

1 head office

+ 1,000

Number of people served in 2016

The Activities of Ray of Hope

  • Addiction treatment centre (Rawalpindi)
  • Education programme for substance abusers
  • College- and school-based addiction information and prevention workshops
  • Rehabilitation of flood-affected areas of the country
  • Establishment of medical camps in flood-affected areas (Khyber Pakhtoon Khwa, Sindh)
  • Free food distributions to the poor during the month of Ramadan
  • Environment protection and tree-planting initiatives in the regions of Rawalpindi and Islamabad

Affiliations

  • Associate member of Dianova International
  • Registered to the Ministry of Interior and Narcotics Control os
  • Member of Drug Free Australia
  • Member of the World Federation Against Drug Abuse
  • Consultative status to the United Nations Economic & Social Council (ECOSOC)

Contact Information

  • Address: H#226, Khadim Hussain Road, Lalkurti, Rawalpindi (Pakistan)
  • Web site: www.rayofhope.ml