Tameer-e-Khalaq Foundation (TKF) was founded in 2004 for the purpose of bringing sustainable positive change to some of the most consistently excluded and deprived communities across Pakistan. Beginning its journey with meager resources and staffed by a relatively inexperienced group of idealists, they were none-the-less determined and in just 2006, managed to convert their efforts into a much-needed public school in the district of Quetta.
From this proof-of-concept of their vision, the non-profit NGO has grown dramatically and rapidly. Today, TKF fields a staff of more than 250 in four offices and has an average annual turnover of 126.67 million PKR. It has worked on 51 projects across 23 districts and 3 provinces of Pakistan, having directly benefitted almost 1.15 million men, women and children.