About Us

Our Vision

To Provide an easily accessible educataion to the less fortunate.Alhuda, views its efforts as a step towards nation building! We hope to make these children better and confident members of the society. It is Alhuda's end evor to provide quality individual in our social setup. We at Alhuda believe and pray that one day these children will help build a happier and more prosperous Pakistan!

Our Mission

Nearly 87% of the children in Pakistan are being educated in government schools, where they do not receive standard education which is required for development of their minds and souls.These series of events must be stopped from happening to enable the progress and take its place in the developed world.Al-Huda find it self in the unique postion of being able to make a significant difference and change the direction of education in the country.Al-Huda public private partnership model has the potential to initiate sustainable state system of education in Pakistan!


  • To provide easily accessible education to the less fortunate.
  • To provide support to the child family.
  • To decrease the rate of child labour in our country.
  • To look after the social,emotional and psychological needs of the child.
  • To make these children a better and benefiting citizen.
  • To save these children from wasting themselves on roads.
  • To teach them the principles of hygiene,health,religion,ethics etc.

About Us

Shaoor Welfare Organizations are registered NGOs, working under the guidance and patronage of “Mrs.Naila Mahmood”.

Shaoor’s philosophy was to run a search for valuable pearls which were being wasted roaming aimlessly. Shaoor started 15 schools in slums of the city. Each student is provided with text books, stationary, uniforms. Also many welfare projects started to empower their parents to earn their living. Resources permitting we provide uniform, shoes, sweaters, health kits and other types of help needed by the children and their families including food.These projects started with free education for all. The ever increasing number of students motivated us to establish schools in farfetched and under developed vicinities. Today these have more than 450 children in most of the schools. Starting from the one school with 300 children Shaoor today is running 15 schools and educating more than 6000 students.