Child Labour Facts
The child labour issue emerged on the international landscape in the early 90s and soon gathered enormous attention across the world. Pakistan was quick to respond to the challenges of child labour in a meaningful manner.
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• 2102 Girls Students Imparted Vocational Skills Training • 938 Rural Women Employed & Trained as Teachers • 17158 Children Provided Medical Care to date
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Programs & Projects
Professional training is an integral part of our teachers training program. Regular teachers-training workshops are organized in collaboration with local partners.
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Child Care Foundation of Pakistan (CCF) is a non-profit, non governmental organization set up in October 1996, under the Societies Act 1860 with public-private partnership for charitable, scientific and education purposes. CCF mandate is to develop comprehensive strategies in collaboration with Government, NGOs, Trade Unions, UN Bodies, Donor Agencies, Private Sector Organizations and concerned members of civil society to ensure the prevention, elimination and rehabilitation of all forms of child labor in Pakistan. Child Care Foundation came into being when it was most needed to comprehensively address child labor issue in Pakistan and protect country’s strategic interests nationally and internationally.

Changing Lives of Working Children Through Quality Education

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2nd Largest out-of-school population in the world lives in Pakistan (UNESCO 2014) 


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Improve the physical & operational infra-structure of non-formal education centers across Pakistan.

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