Pakistan Street Children

Pakistan Street Children

Pakistan Street Children

Supporting street children in Pakistan

“Whoever does not show mercy to our young ones, or acknowledge the rights of our elders, is not one of us.” (Ahmad)

Forgotten, alone, and on the streets. Children living on the streets in Pakistan struggle to avoid exploitation and abuse. It’s impossible to have a childhood without someone to protect you.

Support our Aminah drop-in centre, and provide street children with healthcare, psychosocial support, a safe space, food, and skill development.

€850 - Can change the life of a street child by providing food, a safe space, healthcare, counseling, and skill development, giving them a way out of abuse and exploitation.

No home, no education, no protection

A child on the street isn’t just struggling for food - they’re continuously at risk of exploitation, abuse, and being unable to receive an education to improve their future.

An estimated 1.5 million people live on the streets in Pakistan. Many have been abandoned or are escaping violence, but some come from families that are so vulnerable that they’ve been forced onto the street.

It is the right of all children to expect mercy, kindness, and care from Muslims, and it’s our duty to protect them from harm. When you support our drop-in centre in Lahore, you’ll help to give street children a safe space, food, and healthcare to meet their short-term needs, as well as counseling and skill development so that they can build confidence, and have brighter futures. Change starts with you.

A generation of change, a brighter tomorrow

With your help, we want to support a total of *1,000 street children for the next year, providing them with essential health services, such as check-ups, medicine, and tests, in addition to counseling and child protection awareness sessions. We also want to provide at least 250 children with daily meals through our Aminah drop-in centre.*

And, with your help, we want to support 100 children with skill development and education classes, such as reading, writing, and maths, and then help them to enroll in a school. We’ll also refer young adults to training institutes to help them learn technical skills and to have a vocation in adulthood.

Why donate through Human Appeal?

Human Appeal has been working in Pakistan for 15 years. Last year, we helped 372,208 people in Pakistan through projects that provide sustainable clean water, livelihood training, solar-powered electricity, and food security.

Be the change you wish to see. Change starts here.

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