Faces Pakistan

Formation Awareness & Community Empowerment Society

 

FACES Pakistan - the Formation, Awareness, and Community Empowerment Society is a non-profit organization which aims to empower the underprivileged in society and help them embrace differences in religion and culture through cross-cultural dialogue in order to facilitate collective action for sustainable development. We focus on capacity building and advocating the views of the underrepresented sectors, particularly in mixed religion communities, to achieve the broader aim of harmony, social justice and gender equality.

 

 

 

 

 

 

FACES Pakistan in collaboration with Caritas Germany and Rescue 1122 distributed relief packages consisting of food and non-food items among 100 flood affected families in Chiniot. These packages consisted of tents, water coolers, sleeping cots and other food items to provide assistance and relief to the people in this hour of need.


FACES Pakistan and Green Acre Associates arranged training sessions for NGOs from Faisalabad and Multan on September 18 and 19, 2014 on Governance and Advocacy.

A number of teams have been formed by FACES Pakistan under DRRCC and they are monitoring the flood situation and updating the information regarding the severity of disaster, number of affected people and the damages it has caused so far. 

Faces Pakistan has collaborated with Fuchsia Footwear to widen its outreach of Handmade Products, thus enabling a large number of customers to have access to the colorful products produced by the skilled marginalized women.

FACES Pakistan and PHNP Launched "Charter of Peace.     

FACES Pakistan, is working for uplifting the social and economic status of marginalized women by providing training and skills to ensure better employment opportunities for them.

Considering the problems and lack of resources faced by IDPs of FATA, Faces Pakistan has extended its humanitarian services in Bannu where awareness sessions regarding the proper storage of water were arranged. Besides, hand pumps were also installed to provide clean drinking water to the displaced families.

Vocational trainings for Afghan Refugees and host communities are arranged by FACES Pakistan under the project of Peace School for Afghan children.

After successful implementation of two phases of Health Education and Enterprise Development (HEED) project, FACES Pakistan is now entering into a final Phase out year (2014-2015).