What We Do

“Traveler, there is no path. Paths are made by walking.” —Antonio Machado

MAA WELFARE ORGANIZATION is a charity organization that aims to work on effective contributions to sustainable processes of social and economic development through implementing programs that uplift marginalized segments to overcome financial, social, educational, and intellectual poverty levels in the community specifically for abandoned and orphan children and marginalized women segment who are subject to gender-based violence and poverty.

Reaching out to marginalize children in need, empowering them, bringing smiles and making them future-ready.

Our Mission is to inspire and empower people to the culture of giving into changing the lives of children in need.

MAA Welfare Foundation Orphans Care Program and Sponsorship

Love Care Learning
The Prophet, peace, and blessings be upon him, said,

“The one who cares for an orphan and I’ll be together in Paradise like this and he held his two fingers together to illustrate.”


program aims to construct a fully equipped specifically tailored to the needs & interests of the children, a child-centric orphanage “MAA GHAR” (including dormitory rooms, a dispensary, a dining area, classes, libraries, bathrooms, playgrounds, etc.). MAA GHAR will provide shelter, love, respect, security, food, health, and the best available quality education to orphans and abandoned children. We aim to provide a loving and secure environment, quality educational facilities, and skill-based training and prepare the children for the future, enabling them to become productive and responsible citizens of society. We aim to develop such organizational and managerial structures that ensure the effective monitoring of the program.


aims to develop Platform for Orphans Sponsorship Management for managing orphans’ sponsorships. This platform activates and enhances communication between sponsors and orphans. The platform will allow sponsors to have permanent access to orphans’ reports including monthly donation receipts, educational reports, health, and psychological reports. The platform will also provide an immediate notification for the sponsor of any action taken via e-mail, such as paying sponsorship, replacing, and writing off an orphan, and other operations. MAA WELFARE ORGANIZATION Orphan Sponsorship Platform will play its role in building bridges of interaction between the orphan and sponsor and will help to develop a relationship of love, kindness, tenderness, and trust between them.


“A feminist plan for gender equality, sustainability and social justice.”
The vast majority of the world’s poor are women. Two-thirds of the world’s illiterate population is female. Of the millions of school-age children not in school, the majority are girls. Women in the targeted area are hard-working and can make great contributions toward their quality of life. But the problem persists because they are not the earning party at home, so they are always neglected for their rights and never given the place they deserve. Women's empowerment is a complex, multi-dimensional, fluid, and emerging concept within feminism and development literature. It has economic, political, social, cultural, religious, personal, psychological, and emotional elements. Women are capable of empowering themselves when their access to opportunities to become economically independent.
Countless academics and researchers have long-established the lost economic potential carried by the global economy due to the lack of equitable and inclusive participation of women. If women engaged in economic activity on the same level as men, the world would add $11 trillion in annual 2025 GDP. Studies also show that women’s participation has positive spillover effects on health and other social indicators critical for the development of a country’s population. Despite these clear economic and social benefits, several challenges impede gender-inclusive economic growth and development. Girls face cultural and systemic barriers to accessing even basic education systems (primary/elementary and secondary/high schools), which are foundational to any medium- to long-term workforce development training. Women's empowerment is defined in a wide variety of ways some of which include access to material resources such as land, money, credit and income, availability of decent employment opportunities that involve good working conditions, access to power through representation in political and decision-making bodies, the freedom to make choices in life, enjoyment of basic rights granted in the constitution and international agreements, equal access to quality education and health facilities, mobility to be able to access various facilities, and control over one's body, sexuality and reproductive choices.

Studies show that when women are supported and empowered, all of society benefits. Their families are healthier, more children go to school and incomes increase. In short, communities become more resilient. Empowerment is believed to be the road to women's own equality, rights and fulfillment, while the instrumental view regards women's empowerment as the means to a better family, economy, society, and nation.


MAA Education Program

Education is one of the most important investments a country can make in its future. Education is a powerful agent of change, and improves health and livelihoods, contributes to social stability, and drives long-term economic growth. Education is also essential to the success of every one of the 17 sustainable development goals. Education directly associated with Poverty reduction, higher income, Health benefits, Economic growth, Discourages crime, Environmental benefits, Reduces gender-based violence, Reduces child marriage, Reduces maternal death rates Pakistan still has a low literacy rate. And Pakistan also has the second largest out-of-school population (22.8 million children) after Nigeria. According to UNESCO (https://www.unicef.org/pakistan/education) Currently, Pakistan has the world’s second-highest number of out-of-school children (OOSC) with an estimated 22.8 million children aged 5-16 not attending school, representing 44 percent of the total population in this age group. In the 5-9 age group, 5 million children are not enrolled in schools and after primary-school age, the number of OOSC doubles, with 11.4 million adolescents between the ages of 10-14 not receiving formal education. Disparities based on gender, socio-economic status, and geography are significant; in Sindh, 52 percent of the poorest children (58 percent girls) are out of school, and in Baluchistan, 78 percent of girls are out of school. Nearly 10.7 million boys and 8.6 million girls are enrolled at the primary level and this drops to 3.6 million boys and 2.8 million girls at the lower secondary level.

SEWA EDUCATION SUPPORT PROGRAM aims to address two main issues of primary education high ratio of dropouts and low enrollments through the following intervening strategies:

MAA Shelter & Relief Program

Hunger and the different types of malnutrition threaten the lives and health of millions of people around the world. Women and children are the hardest hit. Political instability, the proliferation of violent conflicts, climate shocks, and social problems are all reasons that can lead to hunger and malnutrition.

The program aims to:

  • To provide Emergency Food Relief
  • To provide winter clothes and blankets to the vulnerable families
  • Urgent response to the displaced needs by providing them shelter and basic necessities.
  • To plan Rehabilitation and relief programs providing health facilities, solar electricity, and installation of water tanks, warm clothes, and blankets are distributed to help them to survive the natural calamity in natural disaster affected areas.
  • To Provide, refugees, homeless, and all types of needy people with assistance and support in the time of crisis to meet their most urgent needs.


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