We have been able to provide support to the underprivileged and take care of differently abled. Since 1993, PLYC has achieved great milestones in all aspects of social services, but our mission will not be complete until the time we see all faces around us smiling and ensure that nobody loses the courage to fight the adversities of life. The promise to do well begins with the spirit of caring and empathy. We have learned from experience that a community only thrives when there is kindness, justice, equity, and inclusion. As we begin serving the community, we celebrate the accomplishments and progress that have only been possible because of all of our stakeholders. We are inspired by current and former trustees, fund-holders, donors, board, staff and all partners who believe in the simple premise of “together, we do better.” And with great humility and unwavering commitment, we are determined to do better every year.
Strive continuously to implement sustainable development program while ensuring access of basic services to marginalized communities through multi-stakeholder participation and donor engagement.
To Develop Prosperous Society which empowers the disadvantaged and which ensures inclusion of marginalized communities for Sustainable Development
We are a non-profital & Charity raising money for Social Development
Support to Malaria Control Interventions in High Priority Districts of Pakistan. Pakistan Lions Youth Council is SR with Directorate of Malaria Control Ministry of National Health Services, Regulation & Coordination Government of Pakistan in 08 Districts of Sindh (Tharparkar, MirpurKhas , Tando Allayer and Khairpur, Sukkur, Larkana, NosharoFeroz and Kmaber Shadadkot ) and one district in Punjab (Dera Ghazi Khan) .
PLYC is implementing long-term program for protection and promotion of children right in Khanewal, Punjab. The program has two outcomes: 1) Reduced PHP in communities, homes, and schools in selected rural districts and urban centers 2) Improved prevention and response mechanisms to child protection violations in selected rural districts
In a world where many countries have come to enshrine women’s rights and support for gender equality in policy and practice, gender-based violence (GBV) , specifically violence against women and girls, still persists. PLYC is hereby making a District alliance form in which representatives from all four levels including individual, community, institutions, and government.
"Individual commitment to a group effort--that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work."