About us

Working Women Welfare Trust (WWWT) is an EAD registered, PCP certified, non-profit organization established in 2001. The organization has directed its efforts towards the betterment and welfare of women who are compelled to assume the role of bread winners (either solely or in part) for their families. With the passage of time the organization’s struggle for its cause has taken many forms. On one hand the trust is trying to create employment opportunities for the under privileged rural women whereas on the other hand it raises voice for the betterment of working conditions of those who are already in jobs of various sorts. Working Women Welfare Trust organizes Workshops, Seminars, Discussion forums & Press Conferences and enhances the women cause. We believe in women empowerment with knowledge that instills ethical and positive values.

Our Causes

Provision of Legal Rights
Prevention from Beggary
Helping Young Souls
Emphasizing Safe Working Conditions

Our Services

Legal Aid

Under its Advocacy program Working Women Welfare Trust has set up a task group comprising experts and working women from different fields 

Poverty
Allevation

The goal of the program is to provide income-generating opportunities to under-privileged
women at their doorsteps to save them from middlemen exploitation

Professional Development Program

Girls seeking professional education today are working women of tomorrow. We are helping
young minds

Community Services

We offer variety of services to community in time of need including mental health rehabilitation in Covid Era

Our Achievements

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Years of Experience
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Self-reliant Village Women
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Families uplifted from Poverty line
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young girls got free trainings

Recent Events

Conduction of Life-skill Training and Counselling Sessions at Vocational Training Institute for Women for different Batches.

Lead Trainers include Ms. Talat Fakhar, Ms. Humaira Qureshi, Ms. Maria Talha and Ms. Tania Waqas.

WWWT team visited the Jamrah Village in Sukkur to meet the artisans. We plan to Construct a center for poor women here working really hard to earn bread for their families.

WWWT team visited the Jamrah Village in Sukkur to meet the artisans. We plan to Construct a center for poor women here working really hard to earn bread for their families.

Upcoming Events

Participation in INDIE22 Art & Craft Show as HUNAR Brand. We believe in empowering the hands behind. Let’s get Together for Betterment….

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