Aman Foundation celebrated six years in operation this month with a ceremony at its headquarters. Aman’s focus has been to intervene in the areas of health, education, and food security beginning with Karachi’s undeserved. In the 6 years since its inception AMAN Ambulances have completed more than 600,000 interventions. AmanTech is Pakistan’s premier vocational training institute with a capacity of 5,000 students. Through our school meal program, Aman Gharhas served over 3.5 million meals to malnourished children enabling higher public school enrollment.
Mr. Ahsan Jamil,CEO of Aman Foundation,stated at the ceremony:“In only 6 years Aman has demonstrated that innovative change is possible, and that Pakistanis can solve their own problems. Aman invites others to join hands in sustaining its work. Aman’s success is Karachi’s success.”
The Aman Foundation aims to champion dignity and choice for the undeserved, focusing on Health, Nutrition and Education through targeted intervention. Aman aspires to deliver scalable, sustainable and systemic change in Pakistan.
SOURCE: PRESS RELEASE