How to register an NGO in Pakistan

Organization NGO registration process in Pakistan

Complete, list of organizations in pakistan Registered as non-profit organization working on women empowerment is not available. To go for a business or making an organization or a company one must know the whole market size of that industry. consequently in Pakistan we don’t have any complete list of registered organizations in pakistan. Some, organizations got a list of registered ngo in pakistan, but that list of Pakistan’s registered non governmental organizations is not complete.

Moreover, the list of Pakistan’s registered non governmental organizations that some departments got is on priority basis. Meanwhile the list of Pakistan’s registered non governmental organizations is not appropriate enough to rely on. Not to mention, that their are thousands of register ngo in Pakistan. Moreover all those listed organizations are just working for self administer motives. None of them are working for the cause they are mentioning in their slogan.

The real cause of empowerment is left behind, and consequently unemployment, poverty and several other societal contagions remains growing.

What NGO stands for

NGO stands for Non Governmental Organization. Identically, it is a non governmental institutional body in general such organizations works for various societal issues.

How Non governmental organizations system works

Besides a non governmental organization completely work as a company or as in like on a concept of a complete institute. However, such institutional bodies privately works as not for profit organization. Not to mention that, despite of profit maximization their core focus relies on societal welfare related work. Although this may be true, one can define a non governmental organization as a second main pillar of societal upgradation stands next to an elected governmental body.

What is the main time for activation of such non governmental organizations where they work full functionally?

Occasionally, the work of several NGOs Non governmental organizations activates right after any sudden natural or created disasters. Formally such organizations comes on front just right after any uncertain disaster at any point in time for eg; a volcanic disaster, a tsunami, an earth quick, and any fluid related disasters are the basic cause of activation for such NGO non governmental organizations. A part of such natural disasters, an NGO or a not for profit organization also comes in work after man created disaster such as War.

Ngo registration process


Starting a nonprofit organization Starting a nonprofit organization can be an inspiring way to give back to your community and help those in need. However, it is important to understand all of the steps involved in this process before moving forward. Growing and sustaining a nonprofit may take years of effort and a great deal of determination. The information provided here is intended to offer general guidance on how to form a nonprofit organization. Please note that specific steps may vary for each state, and we recommend consulting with a legal or tax professional for detailed assistance.


Those steps of organization registration process may vary from country to country. For instance, organization registration process in Pakistan might be different from an organization registration process of India.


Student organizations at Rutgers University provide students with an opportunity to explore interests, sharpen skills, and learn about themselves and others while enhancing the academic mission of the university. Organizational involvement allows students to develop skills that will prepare them for their career and civic responsibilities for beyond the University. For an organization to be fully operational at Rutgers University, recognition must occur. Recognition grants many on-campus privileges to student organizations. All recognized organizations must complete the online registration process on an annual basis in order to retain the privileges associated with recognition.


Before applying for a funding opportunity, you need to register as an applicant associated with an organization. Registering with allows you to create an account and connect it with the organization you either work for or otherwise contribute to their grant applications. Registering as an organization applicant submits a request to your organization’s EBiz POC for roles. One of these roles is the Authorized Organization Representative (AOR) role, which, if authorized by you, allows you to submit applications on behalf of your organization.

What is an Organization

An organization is an entity that submits grant applications on behalf of the group, such as a state government, nonprofit organization, or a private business. Registering as an organization applicant has five main steps. Below is an overview of the registration process. Click one of the steps to view more detailed instructions. Please make sure to begin registration early, as the process takes between three business days and three weeks. If you do not complete your registration by the submission deadline, then you are unlikely to be allowed to submit an application. You should contact the agency point of contact listed on the grant opportunity to discuss that agency’s policy. Source: Registering as an organization applicant For different types of organizational applications and relevant information regarding business, registration applications consult


Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) at Purdue University must fulfill certain requirements  for recognition, in addition to completing the registration process.

  • Each organization must have at least two student officers. These two students will become the “President” and “Treasurer” of the organization.
  • Each organization must have a full-time faculty/staff advisor on campus.
  • additionally, student officer must not be on academic probation with the University during the term they hold their office.
  • Identically, student officer must meet the minimum requirements for earned credit hours (officers must be at least second-semester freshmen in status).
  • Each organization’s constitution must have three required statements: non-discrimination, treasurer, and amendment statements (found in the constitution outline link in the “Forming a New Organization” section)

For more information on  students activities registration consult Student Activities and Organizations (SAO)


Pakistan is considered among those countries where the majority of people needs Charity. Many people do this just to get blessings of God.There are numbers of Trusts,NGOs,Welfare communities and societies who are doing this holy job and serving as a BRIDGE between Donors and Victims.Such kind of small as well as large organizations is working in almost every area of Pakistan. But besides this ,if anyone in a country wants to initiate a society or NGO,he or she is not guided properly moreover there are Law firms which facilitate in doing this task but they demand a handsome amount of Money which everybody can’t afford.

Moreover, we are providing the cheapest way of registering trust,society or NGO.

NGO Registration process, Choosing a Name

First of all you have to CHOOSE A NAME for your NGO or organization. Perpetually, you must have to see an empty name with not any organization or NGO register with that name. Secondly, visit a REGISTRAR OF COMPANIES Office. Not to mention that list of documents you required for the registration of a Welfare Society.

1- At least 8 to 10 members of trust/trustees. If you are registering Society then you need 25 members.

2- You also need a land or money which you want to donate to the trust. Land is more preferable for the registration of Trust/Society

3- An office with rent agreement/ownership papers of that land.

4- Memorandum of Trust

5- CNIC of all members

6- Affidavit from all members.

Organization registration essentials

These are the things which counts as essential part in ngo registration process. Moreover, you also need a lawyer if you don’t have any information about complex work of ngo registration process. Complex work for registering an organization may contain Memorandum and Article of Association. After completing these things submit an application to the Registrar of Companies. Not to mention that for ngo registration process take your file containing all necessary documents.

After the going through all needed ngo registration process, NGO will get your Certificate of Trust under Societies Registration Act 1860 or Trusts Act 1882. You should also read these Act”s before submitting the application it will give you more help in registration and in the functionality of Trust/Society. Source: STRENGTHENING PAKISTAN ORGANIZATION Continue reading “How to register an NGO in Pakistan”

Illustrated guide of feminism incontext of women empowerment

Feminism in context of women empowerment: Its Origin, History, Theory, Movements and Ideologies




Origin of feminism and women empowerment

History of feminism and women empowerment

Theories of feminism and women empowerment

Feminist Movement

Ideologies of feminism 

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Social constructionist ideologies

Cultural movements


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Purpose of this document

“Illustrated guide of feminism incontext of women empowerment” is a researched based document defining basics of feminism and women empowerment. ” Illustrated guide of feminism incontext of women empowerment” is written by (A

yaz and Zulkifl). This document is intellectual property of women empowerment organization Next generation moms.

Eventually, the purpose of writing this document is to provide an in depth insight about the concept of women empowerment. Subsequently, in this document we will illustrate some generalized feminist concepts of women empowerment to some narrower specific feminist theories. Concludingly, feminism incontext of women empowerment is written to provide a more clear view of feminism to our readers.

In this document we will discuss about following topics in light of women empowerment. Meanwhile, our main focus in this document as women empowerment organization is to provide some basic concepts of feminism.

Feminism Definition

Feminism definition in a very simple and easy way

Commonly, feminism is a sequence of social movements, political movements, and ideologies that works on some mutual goals. Identically, helps to, achieve, establish and implement some  economic, political and personal social rights regarding various social issues of women. Conceptualizing feminism, it illustrates some bindings that deploy equal opportunities in regards of employment, education and equality for women.


What does feminism mean?

Uniquely, feminism mean as a political economic and cultural movement seeking to establish equal opportunities and protection rights for women.

Define feminism definition

Feminism consists of political and social theories and philosophies concerning the issues of gender inequalities, while campaigning women’s rights. However, until 1970, the term feminism or feminist did not gain widespread use, they were used in early twentieth century.

What is a Feminist? 

Feminist is a socio societal agent who alone or with a group of people undertakes a series of political or economical campaigns. Particularly, these series of campaigns are meant to bring reforms on issues related to women. Comparatively, issues such as sexual violence, domestic violence, harassment cases and equal pay with men. Ultimately, a socio societal agent involved in all or few of above mentioned activities i called to be a feminist.

Who is a Feminist?

A Feminist activist is meant to promote autonomy and integrity of women. Comparatively feminist activist protect women from rape, domestic violence and sexual harassment.

Origin of women empowerment & feminist movement

Besides this, the history of feminism can be split into three waves. These three feminist Movements are also called Modern feminism. The first wave of feminism was started in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, mainly focusing on the legal inequalities. The second feminist wave began in the 1960s and 1970s. Additionally, the second feminist wave focuses on cultural inequalities, gender norms and women’s role in society. (Women From Past into the Future)

The third wave of feminism extends from the 1990s to the present day. Eventually, the third feminist wave was the continuation of the second wave with response to its failure. Furthermore, the theory of feminism and women empowerment results by the emergence of these three feminist movements. Subsequently, theory of feminism seeks to understand the nature of gender inequality by looking into women’s social roles and experiences. Feminism has developed theories in a number of disciplines in order to respond to the problems concerning gender.

Conversely, feminist campaigns were the only responsible variable for changing the societies in western countries, impacting on their culture. Perpetually, feminist campaigns were the drivers for some serious historical changes in west while enforcing women empowerment in societies.

However, Feminism has a commitment to the goal of bringing Women into the mainstream while ensuring their quality in society. it is also been criticized by some scholars for promoting only middle class, white and educated perspectives. These type of criticisms led to the creation of ethnic and multicultural forms of feminism, for example, Black Feminism, which include feminists such as Angela Davis and Alice Walker. Similarly, some Postcolonial Feminists, such as Chandra Talpade Mohanty, criticizes Western feminism for being very much ethnocentric.
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Top 20 Feminism Quotes by top level feminist activists

Feminism Quotes

Feminism Quote of top Feminism supporters

Feminism Quote by Madonna

“I’m tough, I’m ambitious, and I know exactly what I want. If that makes me a bitch, okay.”
― Madonna

Feminism Quote by Jane Austen

“I hate to hear you talk about all women as if they were fine ladies instead of rational creatures. None of us want to be in calm waters all our lives.”
― Jane Austen, Persuasion

Feminism Quote by Irina Dunn

“A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle.”
― Irina Dunn

Feminism Quote by Rebecca West

“I myself have never been able to find out precisely what feminism is: I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat.”
― Rebecca West

Feminism Quote by Cheris Kramarae

“Feminism is the radical notion that women are human beings.”
― Cheris Kramarae

Feminism Quote by Anais Nin From “A Journal of Love”

“I hate men who are afraid of women’s strength.”
― Anaïs Nin, Henry and June: From “A Journal of Love”–The Unexpurgated Diary of Anaïs Nin

Feminism Quote by Simone de Beauvoir

“I am too intelligent, too demanding, and too resourceful for anyone to be able to take charge of me entirely. No one knows me or loves me completely. I have only myself”
― Simone de Beauvoir

Feminism Quote by Doris Lessing From “The Golden Notebook”

“Ideally, what should be said to every child, repeatedly, throughout his or her school life is something like this: ‘You are in the process of being indoctrinated. We have not yet evolved a system of education that is not a system of indoctrination. We are sorry, but it is the best we can do. What you are being taught here is an amalgam of current prejudice and the choices of this particular culture. The slightest look at history will show how impermanent these must be. You are being taught by people who have been able to accommodate themselves to a regime of thought laid down by their predecessors. It is a self-perpetuating system. Those of you who are more robust and individual than others will be encouraged to leave and find ways of educating yourself — educating your own judgements. Those that stay must remember, always, and all the time, that they are being moulded and patterned to fit into the narrow and particular needs of this particular society.”
― Doris Lessing, The Golden Notebook

Feminism Quote by Martha Gellhorn

“I know enough to know that no woman should ever marry a man who hated his mother.”
― Martha Gellhorn, Selected Letters

Feminism Quote by Margaret Atwood

“Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them.”
― Margaret Atwood

Feminism Quote by Gloria Steinem

“A feminist is anyone who recognizes the equality and full humanity of women and men.”
― Gloria Steinem

Feminism Quote by Warsan Shire

“It’s not my responsibility to be beautiful. I’m not alive for that purpose. My existence is not about how desirable you find me.”
― Warsan Shire

Feminism Quote by Abigail Adams

“If particular care and attention is not paid to the ladies, we are determined to foment a rebellion, and will not hold ourselves bound by any laws in which we have no voice or representation.”
― Abigail Adams, The Letters of John and Abigail Adams

Feminism Quote by Virginia Woolf, Orlando

“As long as she thinks of a man, nobody objects to a woman thinking.”
― Virginia Woolf, Orlando

Feminism Quote by Roman Payne

“She is free in her wildness, she is a wanderess, a drop of free water. She knows nothing of borders and cares nothing for rules or customs. ‘Time’ for her isn’t something to fight against. Her life flows clean, with passion, like fresh water.”
― Roman Payne

Feminism Quote by Madeleine

“There is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.”

(Keynote speech at Celebrating Inspiration luncheon with the WNBA’s All-Decade Team, 2006)”
― Madeleine K. Albright

Feminism Quote by Adrienne Rich

“Responsibility to yourself means refusing to let others do your thinking, talking, and naming for you…it means that you do not treat your body as a commodity with which to purchase superficial intimacy or economic security; for our bodies to be treated as objects, our minds are in mortal danger. It means insisting that those to whom you give your friendship and love are able to respect your mind. It means being able to say, with Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre: “I have an inward treasure born with me, which can keep me alive if all the extraneous delights should be withheld or offered only at a price I cannot afford to give.

Responsibility to yourself means that you don’t fall for shallow and easy solutions–predigested books and ideas…marrying early as an escape from real decisions, getting pregnant as an evasion of already existing problems. It means that you refuse to sell your talents and aspirations short…and this, in turn, means resisting the forces in society which say that women should be nice, play safe, have low professional expectations, drown in love and forget about work, live through others, and stay in the places assigned to us. It means that we insist on a life of meaningful work, insist that work be as meaningful as love and friendship in our lives. It means, therefore, the courage to be “different”…The difference between a life lived actively, and a life of passive drifting and dispersal of energies, is an immense difference. Once we begin to feel committed to our lives, responsible to ourselves, we can never again be satisfied with the old, passive way.”
― Adrienne Rich

Feminism Quote by Emma Chase, Tangled

“She talks like you. It’s not every day you hear a four-year-old say Prince Charming is a douchebag who’s only holding Cinderella back.”

“That’s my girl.”
― Emma Chase, Tangled

Feminism Quote by Jane Austen

“He is a gentleman, and I am a gentleman’s daughter. So far we are equal.”
― Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice

Feminism Quote by Dorothy L. Sayers

“Wherever you find a great man, you will find a great mother or a great wife standing behind him — or so they used to say. It would be interesting to know how many great women have had great fathers and husbands behind them.”
― Dorothy L. Sayers, Gaudy Night

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