ABOUT SACAN

SACAN was registered in March 2013 in an effort to formalize SACAN’s charity work which has been in progress since 2007. Development work in Pakistan has been marred by corruption, mismanagement and inefficiencies resulting in billions of dollars spent; with little change to show for. Citing this, SACAN’s core team decided to lay the foundations of a long term plan to improve the quality of life of masses by using their own personal savings. Experts having extensive project management experience ensure that the funds are employed efficiently and benefits of the projects are reaped by the recipients in the best possible manner. Our projects also benefit from SACAN Services’ infrastructure which ensures that each rupee spent on a project goes that extra mile.

OUR OBJECTIVES

Our objective is to increase the pace of social development process in under privileged communities through multi-sector programs targeting the poorest of the poor, both in urban and rural communities.  Our special focus will be on small farmers, women and children.

We are pursuing our objectives in the following sectors by:

Agricultural Sector

  • Social mobilization, community development and training/capacity building of the rural communities to counter widespread hunger and poverty by adopting agriculture resource conservation technologies.
  • Establishing “SACAN Agriculture Services and Agriculture Literacy Centers” for skill attainment not only for farmers but also training and capacity building of agriculture service providers.
  • Acting as platform for sharing of information and its dissemination amongst farming communities.
  • Improving livelihoods through enhancement in agriculture productivity via innovative techniques and resource conservation technologies.
  • Carrying-out studies, research, developmental aspects on behalf of institutions and donor agencies
  • Promoting interaction amongst regional and national institutions for acquisition, fine tuning, and promotion of resource conserving agriculture technologies.

Agricultural Sector

  • Social mobilization, community development and training/capacity building of the rural communities to counter widespread hunger and poverty by adopting agriculture resource conservation technologies.
  • Establishing “SACAN Agriculture Services and Agriculture Literacy Centers” for skill attainment not only for farmers but also training and capacity building of agriculture service providers.
  • Acting as platform for sharing of information and its dissemination amongst farming communities.
  • Improving livelihoods through enhancement in agriculture productivity via innovative techniques and resource conservation technologies.
  • Carrying-out studies, research, developmental aspects on behalf of institutions and donor agencies
  • Promoting interaction amongst regional and national institutions for acquisition, fine tuning, and promotion of resource conserving agriculture technologies.

Education

  • Setting up small schools to give children from poor families; access to quality education.
  • Starting a sustainable stipend and tuition assistance program for deserving and needy students.
  • Setting up adult education centers.
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Disaster Management

  • Providing humanitarian assistance following natural disasters.

Legal Support

  • Providing free legal aid to financially constrained prisoners.
  • Providing free legal aid to woman suffering from domestic abuse.

Women Empowerment

  • Social mobilization, formation of own-help groups and capacity building for women empowerment.
  • Providing technical education to women in fields of handicraft, sewing, stitching and embroidery to make them economically active and prosperous.
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Rehabilitation Program for drug addicted

  • Setting up rehabilitation center for drug addicted and helping them to become a useful part of the society.
  • Providing information and training about drugs abuse and narcotics among the youth and parents.
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Special Educatio

  • Setting up education centers for special persons.
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