meet the board
Mrs. Yasmeen Cecil (Chairperson)
30 years experience of Teaching & Administration and having the degrees of M.A and B.Ed.She's been serving AWARD as the Chairperson since 2014.
Mrs. Amina Zaman
(Liasion Secretary) Human Rights Activist
A social activist and a women rights defender with a qualification of M.Sc Psychology from Government College University, Lahore and diploma in Women Study and
Mr. Naveed Walter (Treasurer)
Human Rights Activist
A defender for Human and Minority Rights since 1994 .An effective voice that has been heard at Local, National and International forums (such as EU and UN)
Dr. Fr. Bonnie Mendes
Member (Religious Leader)
A religious priest and also a PHD in Planning and Development from Philippines. He represented various National and International Development NGOs.
Mrs. Saiqa Rehmat (General Secretary)
Social and Human Rights Activist
A social activist since 1994 and an expert educationist , Writer and Peace Activist.
Rev. Sr. Igenia
(Member )Medical Mission Sister
A nun and a nurse by profession, serving Medical Mission Sisters Congregation since 1988 in Faisalabad. Working with poor bricks kilns workers ,women and children through her congregation.
Ms. Rubina Shahab
(Member) Advocate High Court
An Advocate High Court with the experience of 16 years in civil, family and criminal cases. Member of the advisory committee of District Jail and Crises Center.
“Abiding its Vision, Mission and Objectives, it’s a very proud feeling to share that AWARD has completed its 25 years of dedication and commitment to improve the lives of rural women of Pakistan. AWARD Pakistan recognizes its responsibility to generate a firm, lasting and positive impact upon the communities in which we work and live. This commitment is a core pillar of AWARD’s Mission, Vision and Values.
In these 25 years, AWARD has grown up from a small room organization to a National level organization with its 3 offices in Faisalabad, Multan and Mansehra.
We made our access possible in the rural areas, transformed rigid mentalities, sensitized communities about women’s rights and provided opportunities of education, skill, business, information and awareness to more than 80,633 direct beneficiaries and 403,165 indirect beneficiaries of Central Punjab, Southern Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhaw. Respect of culture and the male sensitization towards women rights were the core strategies which ensured the successful implementation of all our development projects.
We want to thank all our supporters and donors (local, regional, national and international) who have supported us in all these 25 years and encouraged us to put our efforts in transforming the society. We also want to thank all our online visitors and those who intend to be the part of the change in future.
Our online donation system is safe and secure and now open to accept donations. Please do not hesitate to contact the staff and they would be happy to help you”
Thank you once again