A Rickshaw Costs
A Sewing Machine Costs
The increase in unemployment in Pakistan has meant that it is getting harder to sustain livelihoods among poorer families.
People don’t want charity, they need to be provided with opportunities to get themselves out of the vicious cycle of poverty. Ehsaas have launched three Livelihood projects, the ‘Rickshaw’, ‘Motorbike’ and the ‘Sewing Machine’ Assistance projects to help empower poor jobless people with a means to earn their daily livelihoods and get themselves and their families out of poverty.
Ehsaas Livelihood Projects help get families out of poverty
With your support, we aim to expand all our Livelihood Assistance Projects to help even more deserving families get themselves out of poverty.
Ehsaas has already distributed:
- 56 Rickshaws to deserving families
- 26 Rickshaws to deserving families on a ‘no profit no loss’ basis
- 50 Motorbikes to the most deserving applicants
- 100’s of Sewing Machines to the most deserving applicants