List of NGOs in Karachi

Karachi with a population of over 20 Million, is one of the largest metropolitan regions in the world. The city is without a centralized management system and has a host of problems. Where government fails, numerous top NGOs of Karachi step in to play their role. Below is a list of the best NGOs, charities and non-profits working in Karachi. Total Results = 408

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Edhi Foundation is one of the oldest and largest Ngos in Pakistan. It started with an ambulance service and later expanded to offer numerous charity services, including shelter homes, orphanages, funeral services etc.
JDC is a relatively new NGO in Pakistan, however due to its exemplary services, it has quickly grown into a large organization. Its services include health centers, education, vocational training, disaster recovery, orphanages, free food distribution etc.
Chhipa Welfare Association is a Karachi-based NGO. Its charity work includes ambulance service, free food distribution, morgue services, orphanages, and others. Chhipa Ambulance is one of the largest networks of ambulance services in Pakistan.
Hands Pakistan is a leading non-profit organization working for poverty alleviation in Pakistan. Its focus areas include health, education, disaster recovery, and WASH. Hands is a Karachi-based NGO.
Saylani is known for poverty alleviation work. It is one of the largest ngos in Pakistan, with headquarters in Karachi, Sindh. Services include free food distribution, education, free health services, disaster recovery, and vocational training programs.
The Citizens Foundation (TCF) is the leading Education NGO of Pakistan. It is known for imparting quality education in its well equipped schools. This NGO was established in 1995 in Karachi.
Edhi Ambulance is the oldest and one of the biggest ambulance service in the world. It is operated by the Edhi Foundation as a charity and non-profit service.
Marie Stopes Society is a Karachi-based population welfare NGO that provides comprehensive reproductive health services, population planning, and family planning services.
Napa is Pakistan's leading performing arts organization. It has an academy for theatre and music.
The Arts council is a non-profit organization working for the promotion of arts & culture in Pakistan. It was established in 1954.