HUJRA Village Support Organization


1. HUJRA is a “Not for Profit Association” registered under section 42 of the Companies Act 2017 with Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) with;
    a. CUIN No: 0141748
    b. Date of Incorporation: 4 November 2019.
2. Approved as a non-profit entity by the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) under section 2(36) of Income Tax Ordinance, 2001.
3. Certified from Pakistan Center for Philanthropy (PCP)


HUJRA is a not-for-profit company with no political, religious, and ethnic affiliations. The organization was established in 1998 and registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1860. In 2019 the organization was incorporated as a not-for-profit Company with the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP). HUJRA is led by eminent development and humanitarian practitioners, dedicated to the social and economic well-being of individuals and communities. HUJRA provides services as an implementing organization which designs and implements various developmental and humanitarian projects with the financial and technical support of national and international donors and United Nation agencies. HUJRA is distinguished by its professional commitment to ensure sustenance of marginalized and vulnerable segments of society for poverty alleviation and social justice.


HUJRA envisions “A Prosperous and Just Society”.


“Overcoming Human Sufferings and Poverty through Sustainable Actions”.


HUJRA’s program is focusing on the following four program thematic areas.
     1. Food security, Livelihoods and Disaster Risk Reduction
     2. Education, Health and Nutrition
     3. Water for Sanitation and Health (WASH)
     4. Governance and Rule of Law


Objective 1: Increasing contribution to food security, community resilience, disaster preparedness and sustainable livelihoods through long term, impact oriented programming.
Objective II: Improving the state of primary education, health and nutrition among the most vulnerable segments of the rural population through tangible and intangible interventions.
Objective III: Improving community based physical infrastructure through build back better approach for improved health, hygiene, sanitation, safe and clean drinking water to reduce mortality and morbidity among the marginalized and disadvantaged population.
Objective IV: Improving democratic governance, legal and justice system through capacity development, awareness raising and networking for promotion of accountability and transparency at all layers of society.
Objective V: Strengthening coordination and networking with government, NGOs and funding agencies for effective emergency response and relief operations in disaster prone areas and disaster stricken scenarios.


   • Capacity development
   • Climate change and environment
   • Gender development and mainstreaming
   • Protection
   • Advocacy, networking and awareness
   • Research and development


In order to achieve its mission and to make its programs; HUJRA follows certain values and guiding principles in all its interventions and dealings. These include the following:

Justice and Equality: We ensure equal opportunity for all individual, irrespective of their race, age, gender, sexual orientation, HIV status, color, class, ethnicity, disability, location and religion.
Mutual Respect: We recognize each person's innate worth and the value of diversity.
Transparency and Accountability: We are accountable at all levels to ensure the effectiveness of our actions and open in our communication with others.
Cohesion with Poor: Powerless and socially excluded segments will be the only bias in our commitment to the fight against poverty.
Commitment: We are creative and radical, bold and innovative in pursuit of making the greatest possible impact on the root causes of poverty, without fear of failure.
Independence: We are independent, having no religious, ethnic, or political affiliations.
Humility: Humility in our presentation and behavior, recognizing that we are part of a broader alliance, all working to promote and protect the human rights.