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DUA Foundation world's local Charity  is committed to working in collaboration with world’s communities to identify and address their needs. With graduation rates can be increase in their primary schools, particularly amongst young girls, the need for on-going education was identified. As such, Dua Foundation has chosen to implement comprehensive secondary education in the Pakistan, region of Punjab with the establishment of the Dua Girls Secondary School. Main objective is Consutruction of Free Educational Institutes and Hospitals in Developing Countries' Rural and Urban Areas. 

Our peoples give of our time freely as volunteers for working world’s communities’ to provide them all facilities which is right of every human. Our staffs is no paid at the moment and we are trying to get gratefully benefited from free services and support from many professionals and companies, keeping our administrative costs at an absolute minimum. We aim to send every penny possible to the projects we want to fund. In fact, 99% of the funds which we receive through donation go directly to the projects young want to support.

We come from all different walks of life, different professions and careers and are of every age group. We share a very strong commitment to shaping the world as best as we can, by supporting the empowerment of girls and women and boys and men through education/health/housing/Water/Gas/Electricity.

Women and men, teenagers and children, we all have our part to play. If this is what you wish to support as well, let us know. We know that our every action will have an impact. Join us to create positive change in the world’s communities.

Education is vital to a thriving society. A society without education will become the breeding ground for violence and intolerance. But an educated society will promote tolerance and peace, justice and understanding, innovation and advancement, and positive, self-sustaining growth. It’s important to educate every child in the world, no matter where they live, for they will grow to become responsible citizens of their society. Each child represents a future, the future of the community, of the country, and indeed the future of the whole world.

Dua Foundation began because of poor families in the world who are living off $45 a month. DUA Foundation is to educate and empower World’s underprivileged children with families, funded solely by your donations - we aim to help those most in need and to initiate social change by:

  • Supporting underprivileged, migrant children from rural slum areas and enabling them to build a better future for themselves.
  • Teaching young girls/boys and their parents about health education, hygiene and nutrition.
  • Promoting health education in young children's make confidence and awareness, encouraging their potential and helping to develop a pride in world’s poorest countries.
  • Be ensured "every child is in school, learning well, getting at least basic health facilities.
  • Aim to provide quality education and quality health to underprivileged communities in rural and urban areas.
  • Aims to improve the reading and basic arithmetic skills of the children in the age group of 6-14 years in rural areas.

The DUA Foundation UK world’s local services will concentrate on seven important issues and groups of children most at risk:

  • Those girls who experience neglect.
  • Physical abuse in high-risk families (those families with violent adults, alcohol and drug abuse and mental health issues).
  • Those that experience sexual abuse.
  • Children under the age of one.
  • Disabled children (girls/boys).
  • Children from certain black and minority communities, Looked after children.

Putting it into practice

When we have an idea to reduce harm to children especially girls, we will test it. We'll measure it to ensure it works. If it does, we'll do everything we can to make sure that these new ideas and services are taken up to help other children.

To help end cruelty to children in the world we:

  • Create and deliver the services that are most effective at protecting children.
  • Provide advice and support for adults and professionals worried about a child.
  • Work with organizations to ensure they effectively protect children – and challenge those who do not.
  • Campaign for changes to legislation, policy and practice in order to keep children safe.
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Poverty survey

  • 141,000,000 people in every poor country live on less than $2US/day.
  • Typical family has 6 children.
  • Cost of education remains the largest obstacle: $750 full board, $30 uniform/shoes, $30 school supplies.
  • Low innovation and entrepreneurship contributes to high unemployment rates and dependency on foreign aid.  

Causes of death

  • 1.4 Billion People Live in Poverty.
  • 72 million children are out of school in developing countries.
  • 57% of them are girls in world’s developing countries.
  • 101 million children are not attending primary school.
  • 10.6 million died in 2003 before they reached the age of 5.
  • 22 million infants are not protected from diseases.
  • 4 million new-borns worldwide are dying in the first month of life.
  • 500,000 women die each year from causes related to pregnancy and childbirth.
  • 1.4 million die each year no access to safe drinking water.
  • 1.6 billion people live without electricity/Gas