About Us

Ajrak, Pakistan’s first helpline for women and children. It initially started with the support of UNICEF in Karachi. Ajrak is Pakistan’s first Helpline for children & women suffering from violence, abuse and exploitation.

Ajrak National Helpline provides telephonic counseling, face to face counseling to walk-in survivors, crisis intervention, guidance, legal advises and legal aid and referral services to children and women. In year 2013, Ajrak National helpline is up scaled with the support of Plan International, Pakistan and the network of Ajrak is providing services to children and women at national level with existence at provincial headquarters in Lahore, Quetta and Peshawar.

1. Prevention and protection of children, women and marginalized communities.
2. To highlight, arrest and eliminate human trafficking.
3. Collection of information about children and women right situation.
4. Capacity building of Stakeholders.
5. To work for the protection rights of transgenders.
6. To work for the rights and protection of street children.
8. To work for the promotion of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR).
9. To lobby and advocate against the discriminatory laws and social practices.


Mission Statement

Ensuring that all girls and boys can enjoy their rights and fully participate in the social, economic and political development of their communities.

Vision Statement

To work for the rehabilitation and reintegration of women and children - victims of discrimination – and provide legal aid to prisoners.