Save the Children invests in childhood and gives children a healthy start, the opportunity to learn, and protection from harm. To achieve our mission, we collaborate with actors across the fabric of civil society; including governments, businesses, NGOs, and the communities and children, we serve.
SC’s theory of change reveals its mission in action: innovate, rigorously test and contribute to the global evidence, and use that evidence to drive changes in policy and practice. SC Pakistan is one of the many national Save the Children organizations who implement domestic operations through a single program delivery unit, Save the Children International (SCI).
Save the Children has developed a global reputation for best practices in community mobilization and capacity strengthening. It is recognized for its capacity to reach disadvantaged populations and facilitate lasting partnerships among communities, local organizations, and governments. These partnerships are instrumental in implementing our programs.
Save the Children is one of the leading development organisations in Pakistan implementing humanitarian and development programs with a unique focus on the needs and rights of children. Save the Children has been working in Pakistan since 1979, and since then has reached 14 million children and adults in Pakistan through health and nutrition programs.