Pakistan is a developing country with poor health infrastructure and academic isolation in the higher education sector. Poverty and marginalization are the outcomes of the vicious capitalistic structures, hegemonic by the cartels, infiltrating the ruling mania.
IIMCT is a private sector initiative to contribute towards the betterment of the situation in its humble capacity and meager resources. RSWD is at the forefront of this endeavor with thousands of beneficiaries and millions of funds and in-kind support to the poor and needy. Moreover, student scholarships, hospital upgrades, and patient subsidies (full/partial) are some other contributions in this context. The futuristic focus will be to meet the obligations of IIMCT towards the neighboring communities in the vicinity of its Institutions.
To create a caring and integrated system of social development services that facilitate human development and helps to improve the quality of life here and Hereafter.
To ensure the provision of comprehensive, integrated, sustainable social services to help reduce vulnerability and poverty, promote productive volunteerism, and create an enabling environment for social uplift program.
The department has the following objectives to achieve its vision/mission.
RSWD believes that the valuable members of the Pakistani communities:
My vision to establish a complete social welfare department is to play our role in the society. This is time when we have to give back to the society. One of the main purposes of establishing IIMC Trust was to help the poor and needy in their difficult hour.
Hassan Muhammad Khan
RSWD will carry the highest level of integrity in its services and outreach activities and it ties the following core operating values directly to its mission.
1: Caring Attitude–The department and those who are engaged with its mission will demonstrate compassionate support and concern for the people of Pakistan in general and will highly regard those who are passing a terrible state of life in particular.
2: Responsiveness– The department will find solutions that address the needs of vulnerable and poor communities through direct services or referrals to other service providers.
3: Diversity– The department will seek to assist all races, castes, ethnicities, and religions in Pakistan without showing any kind of discrimination.
4: Partnerships– To ensure quality services, the department will work with a wide variety of partners.
5: Advocacy– The department will educate and advocate the public for the long-term best interests.