Supporting Health, Education & Relief Around the World

Present Projects



Our Humanitarian and Emergency Relief program aims to provide immediate assistance and relief to those in crisis.

In times of disasters, conflicts, and emergencies, we work closely with our partners and local communities to assess the needs of those affected and deliver essential aid to those who are most vulnerable. This includes providing access to food, clean water, temporary shelter, emergency medical care, and other essential supplies.


Your support is crucial in helping us ensure the survival and well-being of affected children and families. During crises, children and communities are often at risk of various forms of violence, exploitation, harm, and abuse. With your assistance, we can provide safe spaces for them, address their immediate needs, promote health and hygiene, and safeguard the welfare of those affected. Your contribution will make a significant impact in helping us alleviate the suffering of those in crisis and give them a chance at a better future.


  • Turkiye & Syria: Networking with NGOs on the ground to provide winterized tents, baby products, hygiene products, food, and sleeping bags.
  • Pakistan: Flood relief efforts in KPK, Sindh, and Baluchistan.
  • Afghanistan: Food packs, and hygiene kits were funded for families and children affected by the earthquake in Barmal district, Patika Province.
  • Gaza: Emergency intervention of food aid to 600 families and medical supplies to 8 health facilities.
  • Yemen: Food aid relief for 200 families in Internally Displaced Person (IDP) camps.
  • Somalia: Building of 15 wells in drought-stricken areas.
  • Yemen, Gaza, India, Pakistan, and Edmonton: Emergency food aid relief was provided to these countries for the COVID-19 crisis.


We believe that Education is a fundamental right and a powerful tool for empowering children and communities.

Millions of children in the developing countries still lack access to quality education. Education plays a pivotal role in driving positive change and sustainable development. It equips individuals with knowledge, skills, and opportunities to break the cycle of poverty, improve their livelihoods, and lead healthier, more fulfilling lives. Education also promotes critical thinking, fosters social cohesion, and creates a foundation for inclusive and resilient societies. That’s why we work with local communities to identify and address the barriers to education.


With your help, we can support even more children and communities in need. We can help improve access to quality education, provide learning materials and resource. With your support, we can reach these marginalized children and communities provide them with opportunities for education.

Your support can make a meaningful difference in creating a brighter future for these children, and empowering them to transform their lives and communities.



  • School Supplies and Uniforms for Underprivileged Students: helped impoverished students in 11 schools across the country.
  • Sillianwali Village, Sargodha District: COIN provided operational support and scholarships to 130 students (46% girls) from underprivileged backgrounds.
  • Furniture and Equipment for 250 Deaf Students: funding was provided for academic and vocational rooms and laboratory expansion and upgrade.
  • Refurbished Computers for Students of 7 Deaf Schools: 175 computers for Deaf schools in seven cities were provided to facilitate distance learning for students Grade 1-12.
  • Vocational Training Support: COIN is supporting project for 1000 girls from low-income government schools to learn about computers, electronics, arts, crafts, gardening and photography. In addition, they were taught the basic principles of starting a small business.
  • Sponsorship of 30 blind students: COIN sponsored educational needs of students who come from impoverished, underprivileged families for their educational expenses, such as fees, transportation costs, books, and uniforms. This year, COIN is sponsoring the educational needs of 30 blind children.
  • Sport Equipment for Special Needs: sport equipment, sport kits, and PPEs were provided to 176 special needs students.



  • Sponsorship of Educational and Welfare Support: 30 sudents from low-income families in two schools are being sponsored.



  • Tamil Nādu: Computers were provided to students from rural areas and low-socioeconomic backgrounds.
  • Hyderabad: Classroom furniture and scholarships for deserving students with merit from low-income families for higher education.


We believe that access to quality healthcare is a fundamental human right, and it is crucial in improving the well-being and resilience of individuals and communities.

Inadequate access to healthcare can result in preventable illnesses, suffering and loss of lives. That’s why our health project plays a vital role in addressing these challenges by providing critical medical services, supplies, and infrastructure to those in need. Together with our partners, we provide maternal and child health care, as well as support nutrition and hygiene initiatives to promote overall well-being.

Why We Need Your Support:

With your support, we can provide medical care, vaccinations, and essential medicines, that can greatly improve health outcomes. Your support can make a significant difference in saving lives and building healthier communities. Together, we can make a meaningful impact and help ensure children and families in the developing nations have access to quality healthcare, so they can lead healthy, fulfilling lives.



  • Nutritional Support for Rohingya Children in Three Temporary Learning Centres (TLC) in Kutupalong Camps: COIN networked with a local charity to provide breakfast support to Rohingya children that live in the refugee camps and attend the 3 TLCs. The food situation in the camps is critical. This program enables them to start their day at the centre with a full stomach.


  • Capital Enhancement and Partial Vaccinations Support for Community Health Care: medical equipment, facility upgrades and vaccination support was provided at the health centre. Items such as, birthing table, baby warmer, solar panel for uninterrupted supply at Community Health Centre were provided. The centre dispenses free vaccinations of impoverished mothers and children in Karowal, and surrounding villages, targeting 2,200 families.
  • 8 Mobile Camps for Health Screening of Women and Children for Kidney Diseases and Dialysis of Impoverished Female Patients: 800 patients are screened in Hazara Division. In addition, dialysis treatments were provided free of cost to low-income female patients.


  • Eyeglasses and Clean Drinking Water: two schools in Gaza were supported. According to a United Nations report, only 10% of the Palestinians have access to potable water, a leading cause of preventable deaths. This program will benefit 1,480 beneficiaries. The eyeglasses will benefit 80 students following a visit to a certified optometrist.


  • Maternal and Infant Health kits for Syrian refugees: 150 maternal and infant health kits were distributed to the young pregnant and postpartum Syrian refugee mothers and their newborn infants living in Turkiye.


We believe that every child deserves a safe and nurturing environment to grow in, regardless of their circumstances.

In many of the countries we support, orphans face unique challenges, such as loss of parental care, vulnerability to exploitation and abuse, limited access to education, health care, and basic necessities. That’s why we work closely with our partners and local agencies to provide shelter, nutrition, education, and support to orphaned children. We strive to create a caring and supportive environment where these vulnerable children can thrive and reach their full potential.

Why We Need Your Support

Your support is crucial for the success and sustainability of our Orphan care project. Your support can make a meaningful difference in the lives of these vulnerable children, providing them with the opportunity to grow, develop, and overcome the obstacles they face.


  • Syrian and Pakistani Orphans: Educational and welfare needs of Pakistani and Syrian children were sponsored.
  • India-Hyderabad: Sponsorship of School Fee Support Program: COIN sponsored educational needs of 50 orphan children in schools.
  • Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Gaza, Pakistan, Yemen, and Nepal: Educational and welfare needs of orphan children were sponsored.