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Azad Foundation is committed to improve the well-being and self-esteem of alienated and excluded street children, through unconditional positive support, whenever and wherever necessary; with the view to reintegrate them with the family and society. It shall ensure and establish that every child on streets is enabled to contribute to the structure of society in the sense of harmony, peace and socially integrated living.


What is the definition of street children?

UNICEF (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund) defines street children as:

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Why do children live or work on the streets?

Causes that bring children to streets may be different. It is an established fact supported by multiple researches and situational analyses that poverty and other contributing factors such as

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What kind of jobs do the Street children do?

Street children do menial jobs like garbage picking, unbounded labor, and selling minor items like newspapers, tissues, toys, flowers or cheap eating / wearing goods at signals / streets

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What are the risks of children being on the streets?

There are various possibilities of disastrous risks of a child being on the street. Including the vulnerable children who remain from being registered, not having any supervision

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How many Street children are there in Pakistan?

There are estimated 1.5 million children living in the street situations in Pakistan who are working or living in the streets. However,

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How many Street children are there in the world?

According to the UN (United Nations) report there are 100 to 140 million street children worldwide that is more than the entire population of France and Great Britain combined.

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How many organizations are working for Street children in Pakistan?

There are various types of organizations, such as National and International, empowering, service orientated and charitable organizations which are working for the rights of street children

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How many children are sexually exploited and abused in Pakistan every year?

There are various surveys available telling that each year almost 7-9 children are abused daily in Pakistan according to expert opinions. There are more than 3000 cases been reported almost every year mentioning varying figures

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What are the basic Child Protection issues in Pakistan?

Child protection issues in Pakistan are like the bitter truth of the nation before the world. There are as many issues of child protection including child labour

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What are the key policy issues of street Children in Pakistan?

There are various key policy issues for the children in street situations in Pakistan that include birth registration, child rights, child labor, child sexual abuse and exploitation,

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What is guiding Principal of the CRC (Convention on the Rights of Children)?

United Nations Convention on the Rights of Child (UNCRC) does not only guarantee and entail basic rights to the children

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In Pakistan

Till Now Children on the street benefited our services all over Pakistan
Till Now Children reintegrated with their family
Till Now Children protected from all types of abuse
Till Now Children availed social protection services
Till Now Children benefited with our LSBE and education Programme


In next 5 years, Azad Foundation aims to strengthen government and civil society in all four provinces through capacity and coalition building to ensure improved and standardized policy implementation and programming for street connected children in Pakistan to address their protection concerns and establish prevention measures through strategy and policy development.

Service Provision

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Capacity Building and Strengthening the Government

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Advocacy and Policy development

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Research for avoidance collection

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At present Azad foundation is working on several projects in Pakistan on protection, prevention, rehabilitation and reintegration of children connected to the streets to change their lives and bringing out of street. You can choose any of our projects

Project in: Islamabad and Karachi

Child friendly creative learning centers

To nurturing potation of street connected children through LSBE, Sport, Music, Art and digital arts, counseling and Performing arts

$ 140,000 Donation Needed

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Project in: Peshawar, Islamabad and Karachi

Changing Lives through Sport (S4D)

S4D is Community intervention model in child protection context implementing through communities.

$ 150,000 Donation Needed

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Project in: Peshawar, Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi and Quetta

“AB BUS KARO” Campaign

Protected Children from sexual exploitation

$ 111,000 Donation Needed

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Orphans and vulnerable children
One of the most devastating impacts of HIV is the loss of whole generations of people in communities hardest hit by the epidemic. In this regard, it is often children who feel the greatest impact via the loss of parents or older relatives.

Azad Foundation has been working with these children past 20 years.


HIV cases–Pakistan
Disease outbreak news
3 July 2019

On 25 April 2019, the local administration in Larkana district was alerted by media reports of a surge in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) cases among children in Ratodero Taluka, Larkana district, Sindh province, Pakistan. A screening camp was initially established at Taluka’s main hospital. Later, screening was expanded to other health facilities including selected Rural Health Centers (RHCs) and Basic Health Units (BHUs). HIV rapid test kits that were initially used were replaced with pre-qualified WHO test kits.

From 25 April through 28 June 2019, a total of 30,192 people have been screened for HIV, of which 876 were found positive. Eighty-two per cent (719/876) of these were below the age of 15 years. During the screening, several risk factors were identified, including: unsafe intravenous injections during medical procedures; unsafe child delivery practices; unsafe practices at blood banks; poorly implemented infection control programs; and improper collection, storage, segregation and disposal of hospital waste.

This is the fourth reported outbreak of HIV in Larkana district since 2003. The first outbreak in 2003, was among people who inject drugs (PWID), the second was among 12 pediatric patients in a pediatric hospital in 2016, and the third, also in 2016, was among 206 patients in a dialysis unit.

Prior to this event, Larkana district had only one antiretroviral therapy (ART) clinic, which was for adults exclusively (2,568 registered cases by May 2019).

Source WHO Pakistan

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“Let us reach out to the children. Let us do whatever we can to support their fight to rise above their pain and suffering.” Nelson Mandela

Don't forget these children living on streets without any warm clothes, give whatever you can. Help us reach out to more with warm clothes during this winter.
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As the weather changed, don't forget these street children without any warm clothes and basic needs during this time of Covid-19. They're the most vulnerable right now.

Let's work collectively for humanity and help us save these children by providing the basics necessities of life.
You can donate in cash, and edibles.

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Azad Foundation has encouraged the Street Children to come up with innovative ideas of creativity and curb the boredom during the lockdown, to keep these children indulge in life saving activities. We need your support to enlarge our mission.Donate to Support.

Azad Foundation have almost 13000+ families who are typically effected and left alone in the times of pandemic. You can play your part and act as a back up for some questioning eyes around you.
Be a guardian by donating they need your support.

Azad Foundation is wishing to all Muslim communities around the world for a blessed and joyful Eid al-Fitr
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Peshawar Project

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“AB BUS KARO” Campaign

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Sport activities

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Why Azad’s legacy is favoured, obliged



20 years and 144000+ children have got a second chance to live a normal life because of the Azad Foundation. To me this seems a huge beginning of the positive change that we all want to see in society

SYED Jahngir Hasan

Walking on the critical path of saving the alienated and at risk street children Azad Foundation has impressively been strengthening the rights of these children nationally and internationally with no time boundaries.

Mahajabbin Zaidi


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Azad Foundation has aligned itself with several governmental, national and international non-government partners during the years that passed to extend advocacy and policy change, protection and prevention services to Children Living and/or Working on Streets.


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