Pakistan Public Aid Trust (PPAT) works closely with its Partners in order to construct a social change, to engineer social change to empower communities, to eliminate poverty, to eradicate vulnerability, to stabilize social-economic order. In order to produce effective results, PPAT collaborates with organizations in carrying out its activities to make use of their partner’s geographic presence and/or technical expertise.
Following are the partners of PPAT:
Akhuwat is Pakistan’s largest interest free microfinance organization which envisions a poverty free society built on the principles of compassion and mutual support. Akhuwat is dedicated to improving the lives of the poor; those who are financially abused, abandoned and disregarded by society. As a registered non-governmental organization, Akhuwat provides the poor with interest-free loans so that they may acquire a livelihood and the skills and support they need to reach their full potential.
2. Pakistan Bait Ul Maal
Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal (PBM), an autonomous body set up through 1991 Act. PBM is significantly contributing toward poverty alleviation through its various poorest of the poor focused services and providing assistance to destitute, widow, orphan, invalid, infirm & other needy persons, as per eligibly criteria approved by Bait-ul-Mal Board.
3. Punjab Welfare Trust for Disabled
The Punjab Welfare Trust for the Disabled was established via Punjab Government in 1991. The Trust’s activities remained latent until 1997. The Punjab Welfare Trust for the Disabled’s (PWTD) major function is to improve the quality of life of the members of society with disability, through provision of monetary and technical assistance to NGOs all over the Punjab. The aim with which the Trust was established was to help individuals suffering from mental, physical, visual, hearing and speech disability.
4. Al Ehsan Welfare Eye Hospital
Al-Ehsan Welfare Society (AEWS) is a non-Governmental, non-Commercial, non-profit, non-political and non-sectarian welfare charity organization established in 1993 in Lahore, Pakistan. It is run by a group of dedicated volunteers and supported greatly through philanthropic contributions. AEWS is registered with Social Welfare Department. This Society has established state of the art hospital – 60 bedded Eye and Gyne hospitals in Lahore.
5. Human Relief Foundation
Launched in 1991, Human Relief Foundation (HRF) seeks to promote sustainable economic and social development by working with local communities through relief and developmental programmes, supporting them to build a better life and find their own solutions to problems affecting their life. HRF has been working in Pakistan since 2005, started it operations in the country after the devastating earthquake that shook Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Balakot.
6. System Foundation
System Foundation was established in Faisalabad, Pakistan, in 1997 (registered in 2001 as an NGO, to undertake voluntary services for the cause of human resource/community development through socio-economic uplift of the out of school illiterate/semi-literate children to bring them back in the school and mainstream education/technical education.