who we are?
Sojhla for Social Change services a holistic and participatory approach to their work. They believe in fostering partnerships with local organizations, communities, and governments to achieve lasting change. By empowering individuals and communities to actively participate in decision-making processes, Sojhla aims to ensure that solutions are context-specific, culturally sensitive, and sustainable. Over the years, Sojhla programs have positively impacted thousands of lives, promoting civic awareness, strengthening food sovereignty, and advancing climate justice in some of the most vulnerable regions around the Pakistan.
Sojhla has been completed and running’s various programs/projects for Disaster Risk Management, Climate Justice, basic social services, youth engagement, peace & harmony and human rights campaigns with partnership Asia Pacific Research Network (APRN) Oxfam Novib, Kids Rights Netherlands, DAI, Action-aid, Christian Study Centre (CSC) and several other civil society organizations.
Sojhla’s programs focus Sojhla relies on support from various sources, including grants from international development organizations, philanthropist foundations, and individual donations. They maintain transparent financial practices and ensure that funds are utilized efficiently to maximize their impact on the ground..
Our mission is to empower communities, build capacity, and advocate for plans that foster social, political, economic, and environmental sustainability.
Sojhla envisions a friendly, peaceful and pro people democratic society contribution equal opportunity to every member of community without any discrimination.
- I. To educate citizens about the importance of pro people democracy, human rights, and active citizenship.
- II. To educate the public about the current food system, its challenges, and its impact on local communities, farmers, and the environment.;
III. To raise awareness about climate change and its disproportionate impacts on vulnerable communities, advocating for policies and practices that mitigate its effects.
- IV. Campaigning to highlight the art, culture and heritage of Pakistan and work for its growth.
- V. Raising the income level of the marginalized groups through involvement in agricultural, livestock and home-based skill development.
Seven-member board of directors that consists of renowned Pakistanis in the different walks of life like lawyers, educationist, journalist and social activist who governs the organization which is led by executive director. The management team is focused by executive director who is responsible for managing thematic units.