The Ucare Foundation, formerly known as the Pakistan International Foundation, was founded in 2000 to provide accessible, consistent and high quality healthcare and education facilities to developing countries, especially in rural and deprived areas of Pakistan.

Ucare Foundation believes that poverty continues to exist as a result of choices made over time about how societies should be organised and that by working together, we can choose differently – individually and collectively – if we wish.

Aim & Values

Ucare Foundation is a development charity working to make immediate and lasting improvements to the lives of people affected by healthcare and educational issues, poverty, and disaster. Ucare Foundation believes that the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty.

Ucare Foundation work in partnership with government departments, charity organizations and other key stakeholders to deliver equal and affordable access to healthcare and educational services for all the people in need of services in remote districts.


  • To provide quality healthcare and education in order to break the cycle of poverty
  • To create life changing opportunities for needy people


Ucare Foundation is a development charity working with all communities in the UK and abroad and is mandated to work on healthcare, education, disaster relief, development and advocacy for poor and needy peoples. Ucare Foundation’s to create life changing opportunities for needy people.

Our values

Ucare Foundation lives by the following values:

  • Equality:
    We believe that the lives of all human beings are of equal value;
  • Respect:
    We affirm the dignity, potential and contribution of participants, donors, partners, staff and volunteers.
  • Integrity:
    We act consistently with our mission, being honest and transparent in what we do and say;
  • Partnerships:
    We work together effectively to serve the larger community;
  • Quality:
    We constantly challenge ourselves to the highest levels of learning and performance to achieve greater impact.

mutual respect, requiring us to recognise the innate worth of all people

diversity equity and justice, requiring us to work to ensure equal opportunity to everyone, irrespective of race, age, gender, colour, class, ethnicity, disability, location and religion

honest and transparency, being accountable at all levels for the effectiveness of our actions and open in our judgements and communications with others

solidarity with the poor, powerless and excluded will be the only bias in our commitment to the fight against poverty courage of conviction, requiring us to be creative and radical, bold and innovative – without fear of failure – in pursuit of making the greatest possible impact on the causes of poverty independence from any religious or party-political affiliation

humility in our presentation and behaviour, recognising that we are part of a wider alliance against poverty.