Educating the uneducated and imparting skills to the unskilled.

In keeping with the life-long mission of the late Malik Mohammad Jafar, the Trust stands committed to Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted and proclaimed by General Assembly Resolution 217/A (3) of December 10, 1948 with special emphasis on Article 22 of the said Declaration.

Article 22 reads: “Everyone as a member of society has a RIGHT to social security and is entitled to realization, through national effort and international cooperation and in accordance with the organization and resources of each state of the ECONOMIC, social and cultural rights indispensable for his dignity and the free development of personality.”

MMJSWT would endeavour to ameliorate human misery in every possible way. Our primary focus would be on educating the uneducated and imparting skills to the unskilled, with special emphasis on women, to enable them to be financially independent and thus become “BETTER MOTHERS FOR TOMORROW”.

The Trust is fully committed to providing technical expertise to achieve women's empowerment to strengthen the effectiveness, coordination and quality of output of the mission of gender equality.

The Trust would take initiatives leading to the full realization of gender equality commitments in Pakistan.

The United Nations, through General Assembly Resolution (A/RES/62/36) has recognized October 15 as the Universal Day of Rural Women. The Resolution is titled “Improvement in the situation of women in rural areas”. The Trust fully supports the Resolution and would use all its resources to ensure that rural women have full access to human rights, particularly ECONOMIC RIGHTS at all levels.


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