First solar panel water

Built in Dera Ismael Khan village Mah’ra

“Empowering Communities: Sakhawat Trust Installs First Solar Panel Water System in Dera Ismael Khan’s Mah’ra Village

In a transformative initiative aimed at providing sustainable solutions to rural communities, the non-profit organization Sakhawat Trust has successfully implemented the installation of the first solar panel water system in Mah’ra village, located in Dera Ismael Khan.

Recognizing the critical need for reliable access to clean water, particularly in remote regions where infrastructure is lacking, Sakhawat Trust took the initiative to address this pressing issue. The organization’s commitment to improving the lives of underserved populations drove the implementation of this innovative project.


Pakistan Flood



Dera Ismail Khan villages, located in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It is the 37th largest city of Pakistan and fifth largest in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by population. Dera Ismail Khan is situated on the west bank of the Indus River, at its junction with the Gomal River. It is the worst hit area with floods, with 800 houses completely collapsed.
Sakhawat Trust was one of the first charities that was able to reach there. We have completed two rounds of aid conveys to this area, serving a number of villages. So far, we have distributed:
1000,mosquito nets;1000 food packages;
Medical camp treated almost 1000 patients, mainly pregnant women and children.
Currently, we have a mini hospital functioning in the area, serving 300-400 patients everyday 


Our mission is to spread the services of the Trust to as many women in the rural areas as possible. Our efforts so far are like a drop in the ocean but we have with the mercy of Allah


Sakhawat Trust’s vision encapsulates its motto “Striving to Educate” and reflects Prophet’s (pbuh) Hadith, “it is incumbent upon every Muslim to obtain education”.


Our projects besides education include provision of training in life time skills to these women such as , tailoring, embroidery, writing and communication skills – these skills help to boost


The Trust is planning to buy a building in Gujranwala in the area of Khiyali where the population is predominantly refugees without any proper schoolings

We Provide Care

Today’s youth need a helpful hand and right guidance at every stage. Here’s where we take care of them like our own.

We Educate

We run small-scale schools for the underprivileged children and youth of daily wage workers for a better future.

Our Objective

Established since 2006, Sakhawat Trust’s primary objective is to educate as many children as possible. Poverty, child labour and lack of resources leave many children without appropriate schooling. Currently, the Trust is supporting approximately 400 children, including women. They are taught not only the essentials of Islamic education but are given the chance to learn contemporary language and life time skills; such as, sewing, speech, writing and communication skills to build their confidence. Many girls after acquiring such skills are earning their own income to support their families with pride and dignity.

Sakhawat Trust and Community Support

Sakhawat Trust at Tackling Media Biases Conference with Shadow Equality Minister Naz Shah in Parliament House

Sakhawat trust organised the Children and Social Media Literacy conference with Shadow Minister for Women and Equality Naz Shah and Police Officers.

“Walk for Pakistan “
Sakhawat Trust joined hands with Met Police and Islamic Relief in 12 miles walk around London to raise funds for the victims of floods.

Sakhawat trust organised the Children and Social Media Literacy conference with Shadow Minister for Women and Equality Naz Shah and Police Officers.