Our Projects

  • JSCD organizes Medical Camps for women on a regular basis in Lahore, Chakwal, Skardu, Gilgit and other districts where free medical checkup, operative procedures and medicines are provided. Since its inception, thousands of women have received prompt medical aid via the volunteer services of doctors working for JSCD.

  • JSCD organizes three camps every year in the months of summer at DHQ hospital Skardu where free checkup, medicines and surgery is provided.

  • Jahandad Society offers training on a regular basis for professional and personal enhancement. The most popular of which are the  classes meant to improve the English Communication Skills. A huge number of females have benefited through this program. Other trainings offered by JSCD are categorized as follows: Courses on job-hunting skills i.e. how to prepare […]

  • Scores of young men and women have benefited from the JSCD Scholars Program, inaugurated in 2004 with the help of private donors. About 15 young men and women who seek professional training and have demonstrated abilities receive funding for their degrees. 25 high-achieving matriculation students from low income backgrounds receive funding for education in private […]

  • Young Champions Initiative Education 2009 The Young Champions Initiative for Education project is planned to be implemented in 40 Union Councils (UC) of Lahore and Faisalabad (20 Union Councils in each District) of Punjab province – focusing 20 union councils in each district. In Lahore, the Jahandad Society for Community Development (JSCD) was entrusted the […]

  • Jahandad Society for Community Development (JSCD) in collaboration with United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Pakistan National Forum For Women Health (PNFWH) has been actively working on the prevention and the treatment of Fistula in Pakistan since 2006. The Problem of Fistula Fistula often occurs when a woman gets pregnant very young, or goes through […]

  • Pakistan has distressingly high maternal and child mortality rates despite persistent efforts by the Department of Health. Punjab, though one of the more resourceful provinces, still has certain pockets of area left unattended by government and non-government organizations alike. This has resulted in communities being deprived of basic health facilities. Rajanpur, a district of South […]

  • The Pakistan Initiative for Mothers and Newborn Health (PAIMAN) is a five-year project funded by the United State Agency for International Development (USAID). PAIMAN is committed to assist the Government of Pakistan to implement essential and effective interventions to improve the service delivery to ensure better health status of mothers and newborns. A consortium led […]

  • Punjab Safe Motherhood Initiative Project Women are equal partners in progress. Yet in our society, women’s well-being is often neglected. At JSCD we help women achieve their potential by providing them with care and information they need to stay healthy. Raising Awareness in Jhelum In 2006, we were chosen to implement PAIMAN, a 5 year […]

Registration # DO.SW.LHR (R&G) 02-1251, Government of Punjab, Directorate of Social Welfare