1. To do work in fields of Anti Crime, Anti Corruption, Drugs Abuse and Law.
2. To implement different programmes to fight against HIV and AIDS.
3. To spread literacy and education among the poor children, women and other backward segment of the society.
I have had international collaboration in the past but not currently.
I have collaborated with: NGO
I initiated the collaboration
South Caucasus Office on Drugs and Crime (SCODC) is a Non-Entrepreneurial (Non-Commercial) Legal Person created in 2010 under the Law of Georgia.
SCODC, as a Non-Profit NGO, is independent from Governments or private interests.
SCODC is registered in the UNODC NGO Database and PADOR.
In April 2017, the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) adopted the recommendation of the Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) to grant Special Consultative Status to the South Caucasus Office on Drugs and Crime.
Drug Free Pakistan Foundation (DFPF) was established in 2008 as a Non-Profit Organization with the aim to promote creation of drug free and healthy environment. From its’ headquarter in Karachi, Pakistan DFPF provides technical support, educational materials, advice, counseling and coordination to nationwide network of its volunteers. DFPF works with youth, parents of school children, educators, personnel of law enforcement agencies as well as NGOs and individuals who are agreeable with its mission.
Through variety programs related to HIV-AIDS and drugs problems, KAPETA Foundation seeks to help people struggling with their recovery to be able to return to their social function in society. The limited dissemination of information and education related to drug problems and HIV-AIDS in Indonesia, led to a diversity of understanding and community perspectives on the matter, if not addressed properly it would lead to a stigma and discrimination that would make drug and HIV-AIDS problems become increasingly complicated to be resolved.