Social Devleopment (Shaoor)

SADE Welfare Foundation believes that, the Social development is qualitative changes in the structure and framework of society, that help the society to better realize of their aims and objectives. Development is a process of social change, not merely a set of policies and programs instituted for some specific results. During the last five centuries this process has picked up in speed and intensity, and during the last five decades has witnessed a marked surge in acceleration.

The basic mechanism driving social change is increasing awareness leading to better organization. When society senses new and better opportunities for progress it develops new forms of organization to exploit these new openings successfully. The new forms of organization are better able to harness the available social energies and skills and resources to use the opportunities to get the intended results.

Development is the result of society’s capacity to organize resources to meet challenges and opportunities. Society passes through well-defined stages in the course of its development. They are no madichunting and gathering, rural agrarian, urban, commercial, industrial, and post-industrial societies. Pioneers introduce new ideas, practices, and habits that conservative elements initially resist. At a later stage, innovations are accepted, imitated, organized, and used by other members of the community. Organizational improvements introduced to support the innovations can take place simultaneously at four different levels—physical, social, mental, and psychological.


Welfare for human being is a holly deed and it is a continuous process. The tool of awareness and mobilization are the keys to this moral and social empowerment of poor and marginalized communities.

In this respect, SWF had started awareness sessions in 2013 against neglected issues of Society for socio-economic development. I.e. Health, Education, Disability, women, children &human rights, Mother & child Care, child rights, Prevention of Violence against women, Laws, Life skills, Help lines, Celebrated National & international Days,& livelihood options. By the resultant and hard work of SWF till up to date the 20,101 poor and marginalized community members have been aware and mobilized, where as 14,682 female & 4,894 male by 653 awareness sessions and workshops at various areas of District Rawalpindi and with the collaboration of Government & semi Government Institute  such as:

Dar ulAman


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