Contact this organisation

24 L Riwaz Garden Lahore
+923324708789

Thematic areas

Children and youth
Conflict prevention and early warning
Culture, media & advocacy
Development
Health & counselling
Human rights
Peace education
Preventing Violent Extremism
Women, Peace and Security

Kafka Welfare Organization (KWO) is a youth-led peacebuilding organization working for a peaceful and democratic Pakistan. It was established in 2010 by a group of young people who were committed to the development and empowerment of socially disadvantaged and vulnerable communities in Pakistan and addressing violence against women and gender-based discrimination.

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KWO hosts an annual "Youth Peace Summit" which provides young people in Pakistan with a platform to discuss national challenges towards education and peace and acknowledges the contribution of young leaders and civil society organizations to youth development, education, human rights, peace and harmony in the country.

Last updated: December 2019

How you can help

How to make a donation

Email us for donations at contact@kafkapk.org, we will share account information via emails

The impact of your donation

It will be used for peace promotion in Pakistan.

How to promote this organisation

To help, share our profile on social media and share it with interested donors.

How you can participate

Stay connected with our FaceBook page https://www.facebook.com/Kafkawo/

Projects

Sports for Development and Peace

January 2015 - Ongoing

KWO use sports as a tool for development and peace. We teach social and moral values to children and youth through team-based sports activities. Kafka has been using sports to promote peace and health in Pakistan. Also, sports help to improve learning outcomes in a school. Our motive is to counter violent extremism among youth in Pakistan through sports. Moreover, we have been using sports for advocacy of Child Marriages, SRHR and HIV/AIDS.

Kafka, 2nd Youth Peace Summit 2014

November 2014 - November 2014

http://kafkawo.blogspot.com/2014/12/kafka-2nd-youth-peace-summit-2014.html

Sports for Education & Development

May 2015 - May 2015
Program: Peace & Conflict Resolution, Youth, Sports for Development & Peace, Education, SDG 16, SDG4
Project Duration: May 2015
Target Audience: Youth of Punjab University Lahore
Main Objective: Sensitize youth on Sports for Development & Peace, Youth Participation in Political and Policy Advocacy 
Introduction:
Outcome:100 youngsters were sensitized on objectives
Generated media stories
2 Parliamentarians Participated as a speaker and promised to provide better sports opportunities

Youth Peace Symposium 2015

June 2015 - June 2015

Youth, Peace & Conflict Resolution, CVE, Social Media, SDG 16

Target Audience: Youth
Main Objective: Counter Extremism & Violence through youth participation in policy advocacy and peacemaking activities 
Introduction: A youth peace symposium was organized by Kafka to mobilize youth for peacemaking process. 300 youngsters gathered from all over Pakistan to participate in policy making particularly policies affecting youth.
Outcome: Sensitize 300 youngsters on Counter Extremism and Violence
Contributed to policy-making process 

Lets Ring Peace Beat Project

April 2015 - June 2015

Target Audience: 2,00000

Main Objective: Counter Extremism & Violence Through Innovative Tools  SMS, Voice SMS, Social Media and App

Introduction: It was an innovative project to counter extremism & violence by promoting peace and harmony. The project included SMS, Voice SMS, video message recording and dissemination, social media and a symposium. 

Outcome:

  • 1.  Social Media campaign will retain its sustainability and will work as a platform for youngsters to share their ideas on peace promotion and CVE.
  •  2.  Social media beneficiaries are passionate to work voluntarily to promote social media campaign at the national level to counter violence and extremism.
  •    3.   Government parliamentarians have promised us to implement the idea at a national level to counter extremism and violence.
  •   4.  Video messages are a source of peace promotion and available on social media to promote peace among youth