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CSR – Overview

"Fauji Foundation is Dedicated to Social Welfare and Development"

The Fauji Group, with its Associated Companies recognizes that we have a social responsibility to enhance and empower our communities in which we work and live. We fully understand our obligations in this respect. The Fauji Group has been continuously helping the Beneficiaries, which today stands over 8.8 million and non-Beneficiaries for over half a century through a strong commercial base involving operations in a wide variety of sectors such as Oil & Gas, Power, Cement, Fertilizer and Financial service.

We stand committed to contribute positive to sustainable economic development by working with employees and the beneficiary and non-beneficiary population in local communities, in the area of Healthcare, Education, Community Development, Disaster relief and Human Resource Development. Some of the salient contributions are:-

  • Driving Community Healthcare: Fauji Foundation Healthcare System began operations with the establishment of a 50-bed tuberculosis (TB) hospital at Rawalpindi in 1959. More than 2.0 million patients are receiving treatment from the healthcare system each year. Over the years, Fauji Foundation healthcare has grown into the largest non-government healthcare system in Pakistan. Healthcare is provided free of cost to the Beneficiaries.
  • Enriching Lives with Quality Education: The Fauji Foundation Education System has over 102 institutions located throughout Pakistan with faculty strength of over 1,700 well-trained teachers and over 43,000 students. Over the years, it has matured into a progressive, all encompassing and a well rounded system of schools & colleges, offering quality education both in urban and rural areas. At present, the Fauji Foundation Education System comprises ten higher secondary schools, 88 secondary schools and 2 middle and primary schools. All schools have libraries, as well as science and computer laboratories

The educational stipend scheme, one of the oldest welfare initiatives of Fauji Foundation, benefits talented students from low income backgrounds in schools, colleges, universities as well as those enrolled in professional and technical education institutions. The scheme supports more than 67,000 individuals through stipends of over PKR 141 million each year.


Empowering Youth with Specialized Skills:
Fauji foundation had established a network of 65 Vocational Training Centers (VTCs), located in urban as well as rural areas of Pakistan. On average, each year more than 3800 students are receiving training from these centers.


Technical Training for Retired Individuals: 
To facilitate retired personnel and their children to acquire skills and information on future job opportunities. Fauji Foundation had been imparting technical training. The foundation has setup nine technical training centers (TTCs that have been training ex-servicemen, their sons, and serving personnel to facilitate and enhance their income-generating opportunities after retirement. The TTCs train about 2,300 students each year.

CSR Associated Companies: