World Health Day focuses on the safety of health facilities and the readiness of health workers who treat those affected by emergencies. Health centers and staff are critical lifelines for vulnerable people in disasters - treating injuries, preventing illnesses and caring for people's health needs. Often, already fragile health systems are unable to keep functioning through a disaster, with immediate and future public health consequences.
This year, Hasaan Foundation underscoring the importance of investing in health infrastructure that can withstand hazards and serve people in immediate need. They are also urging health facilities to implement systems to respond to internal emergencies, such as fires, and ensure the continuity of care.
On 31st May each year WHO celebrates World No Tobacco Day, highlighting the health risks associated with tobacco use and advocating for effective policies to reduce consumption. Tobacco use is the second cause of death globally and is currently responsible for killing one in 10 adults worldwide.
The youth in Pakistan like other part of the world is also a victim of this curse. We at Hasaan Foundation are committed to guide our youth against the effects of Tobacco.
Eid-ul-Fitar is a day which is celebrated by the Muslims of whole world within its due course as this day brings countless happiness and contentment after passing the holy month of Ramzan. Muslim community every where in the world celebrate this day with esteem passion and enthusiasm.
Poor and underprivileged groups of our society have also the right to celebrate this day. So in this connection Hasaan Foundation by maintaining its tradition have arranged a program to provide basic necessities to the selected families which are good deserving. Especially children are needed to bring into the main stream as there are several activities are being arranged to provide them the happiness of this special day. Hasaan Foundation are doing all this by living within its capacity, any of suggestion, help, and aid will be warmly welcomed to provide assistance to this noble cause.
A number of organizations and individuals dedicated to caring for orphans have teamed up to declare November 1st World Orphan Achievement Day with the purpose of highlighting the accomplishments of orphans worldwide. The date was chosen in order to coordinate with Adoption Awareness Month which has long been celebrated in November. Highlighting the achievements of orphans will create role model experiences for today’s orphaned children, giving them something to reach for themselves and spreading the message that being an orphan doesn't have to be an impediment to a successful life.
Hasaan Foundation on its parts are putting its best efforts to bring orphans into the main stream of society as stimulating them in a way that they can achieve a lot in their lives..
We are going to develop the awareness with distribution of Poster / Pamphlet in schools and colleges in Multan, Muzafargarh, D.G.Khan and Rajanpur. Hasaan Foundation efforts to spread awareness about the safeguard measures against Malaria and harmful effects of smoking.
The 20 November, the day when the nation of the world decided to observed this day as a day of worldwide fraternity and understanding between children. It was recommended that the Day was to be observed also as a day of activity devoted to promoting the ideals and objectives of the Charter and the welfare of the children of the world. This day remind the nations that children world over will be provided with basic health care and primary education on the priority basis.
Hasaan Foundation is well aware of the sensibility of the issue and is committed to play its role to provide our children with best available facilities of health, education and recreation. We at this occasion will invest our best resources towards the achievement of noble goal.
The annual observance of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, aims to promote an understanding of disability issues, the rights of persons with disabilities and gains to be derived from the integration of persons with disabilities in every aspect of the political, social, economic and cultural life of their communities. The Day provides an opportunity to mobilize action to achieve the goal of full and equal enjoyment of human rights and participation in society by persons with disabilities, established by Hasaan Foundation Programme of Action concerning Disabled Persons.
Volunteer is a source of community strength, resilience, solidarity and social cohesion. Hasaan Foundation play role at every level that efforts can bring positive social change by fostering respect for diversity, equality and the participation of all. It is among society’s most vital assets.
Eid-ul-Azha is an other spiritual event of Islamic world as the whole Muslim community of the world performs this religious rite with full passion and fervor. In Pakistan, people observed the day with their traditional religious enthusiasm. Hasaan Foundation always tried to bring closer the different groups of society to harness harmony among them. Hasaan Foundation looking forward to accept any of assistance offered in this regard. We at Hasaan Foundation are committed and dedicated towards our ultimate goal of bringing harmony and egalitarianism within our society
“The day is a high point in the calendar of World and is normally marked by both high-level political conferences and meetings and by cultural events and exhibitions dealing with human rights issues. In addition, it is traditionally on 10 December. Hasaan Foundation (NGO) active in the human rights field also schedule special events to commemorate the day.
Today, poverty prevails as the gravest human rights challenge in the world. Combating poverty, deprivation and exclusion is not a matter of charity, and it does not depend on how rich a country is. By tackling poverty as a matter of human rights obligation, the world will have a better chance of abolishing this scourge in our lifetime....Poverty eradication is an achievable goal..