As a natural complement to our efforts in education and skill development, Engro Foundation is committed to making investments directly into the income-generating capacity of our stakeholders.
Our Focus Areas
Engro Foundation opens up new opportunities for communities in its target areas to acquire quality education and training.
Engro Foundation Health Initiatives bring quality healthcare to target areas that host Engro facilities.
Engro Foundation is working on mitigating key environmental concerns of its host communities.
Disasters have struck Pakistan in states of emergency unpreparedness time and again.
USAID supports the "Engro Reading Program"
Technical Training Center
our sustainablilty strategy
The Hisaar Foundation's Internal Water Conference 2015 on Securing Sustainable Water for All - Inclusion, Innovation and Integration took place on November 17 and 18, 2015 in Karachi. The platinum sponsor of the two-day conference was Engro Foundation. Favad Soomro, Director Engro Foundation, and Aman ul Haque, Head of Engro Foundation, both spoke at the conference which was attended by many notables. Both panelists and attendees recognized that we have to work towards the equitable and sustainable development of water for which we have to devise mechanisms and have local level debate.
USAID, under its small grants division, has provided funds for the proposal of an ‘Engro Reading Program’ at our 13 adopted schools in Daharki and Qadirpur over the span of 18 months. Program beneficiaries include 1300+ students, in addition to 10 adult literacy classes which will cater to 200 women, to improve quality of education and reading outcomes in the 3 languages of Sindhi, Urdu, and English.
The Engro Foundation team represented Engro Corporation Limited at the CSR Asia Summit 2015 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and focused on Strategic Value Creation. This year CSR Asia’s content fell under three main themes; development challenges, human resources and workplace and the environment and sustainability.
acknowledge their outstanding and tireless efforts in making this project a success and surpassing most of the targets.
Aman Ul Haque, Head of Engro Foundation, was invited to speak at the occasion and represent Engro Corporation. Aman stressed the importance of the private sector’s role and stated that 9 out of 10 jobs come from the private sector in developing countries.
Engro Foundation becomes the only Pakistani private sector foundation to be invited by World Bank at the World Bank Group - Multi Donor Trust Fund Jobs Council and Let's Work Partnership Meeting. The event took place in Washington DC and focused on job creation as part of the World Bank’s global jobs initiative.