IKF Board Reaffirms Commitment to IDPS in 2015

As the military operation in North Waziristan got underway middle of last year, IDPs began pouring into Bannu and Dera Ismail Khan.  As many as a million have crossed the border from FATA into ...

45,000 Farmers Benefit from Flood Relief 2014

The Imran Khan Foundation has successfully concluded its Rs. 150 Million Flood Relief Program in the 7 worst hit districts of Punjab (Sialkot, Gujranwala, Hafizabad, Jhang, Chiniot, Multan & ...

Rs. 200 Million Flood Relief Program Underway

Following the Chenab River Flood of September 2014, the IKF has sprung into action with its Emergency Response Plan whereby relief has been provided to over 7000 of the neediest and most ...

IKF Allocates Rs. 20 Million for IDPs Health Care

It has now been almost a month since the IKF Field Team deployed to Bannu.  During this time, the IKF has determined, in collaboration with the Pakistan Army, the Federal and Provincial ...

North Waziristan IDPs’ Need Our Help Now

 Up to 600000 IDPs have been registered by authorities so far. The bulk of these IDPs, approximately 80% of them, are spread out across the FATA District of Bannu. Most have avoided the relief ...

A Ray of Hope for the Forgotten IDPs of Waziristan

The Imran Khan Foundation (IKF) has announced that it will be providing emergency relief for the internally displaced persons (IDPs) of Waziristan, so far ignored by the government.  The relief ...

Emergency Relief Program For Flood Victims Begins

The flood devastated Union Council of Choti Zareen was the site of the first IKF distribution of emergency relief items in Dera Ghazi Khan.  Concerned about the plight of the people here, Imran ...

The IKF Begins Assessments in Flooded Areas

For the third year running, Pakistan finds itself bearing the brunt of yet another flood, one that spans all four provinces.  While it does not compare in size and volume as the monsoon floods of ...

Safe Water Better Health Initiative Comes to Fruition

It is no secret that a lack of access to safe drinking water plagues Pakistan’s rural poor.  In fact, most of the diseases and ailments which the rural population suffers from (cholera, ...

IKF Board Makes Public Declaration

The Pukar Campaign, launched after the 2010 floods has positively impacted the lives of over 2 million of Pakistan’s neediest and most underprivileged citizens. Touching over 40 districts ...

Imran Khan Foundation BLOG

Youth Leading the Way…

Isfundiar Kasuri Feb 16th, 2015

By Raja Rafiullah, Project Coordinator, IKF After traversing the intricate labyrinth like road on the rugged terrain in this suburb of Islamabad, we, ...

Reflections from the field….

Isfundiar Kasuri Feb 9th, 2012

This place was wild; a post-apocalyptic desert world. There wasn’t a single structure in the Kachha that didn’t look like it had been carpet bombed. I ...

IKF through the lens of Social Media

IKF Jan 10th, 2012

  For all those interested, an eagle’s eye view into our work in the flood affected parts of Pakistan is provided on the social media.  Attached ...

Challenges of Village Development

IKF Dec 24th, 2011

For those who think that building a “model” village is an easy thing, think again.  The mere act of constructing a village, that looks and ...

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