- KASHF FOUNDATION’S CORONA RELIEF PROGRAM
- Kashf Foundation and UNDP Pakistan Partner to Train and Mentor 8,000 Youth on Entrepreneurship
- Kashf Foundation and Uber Pakistan join hands to train driver partners on social norms
- FMO Signing Ceremony between Kashf Foundation and Dutch Development Bank
- Reaching Out To 1 Million Students In Low Cost Private Schools In Pakistan By 2020
- Getting Health Insurance Right for Low-Income Households
- Promoting Entrepreneurial Engagement Through Vocational Training
Financial Services for All in a Poverty Free and Gender Equitable Society
Kashf is registered as a Non Banking Micro Finance Company which is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan. Kashf was set up in 1996 as the first specialized microfinance institution of Pakistan and began operations as a Grameen replicator. Since then Kashf has successfully carved out a distinct and unique niche for itself in the microfinance sector at home and abroad by offering a suite of innovative and transformative products and services to low-income households especially women. Kashf offers appraisal backed individual lending to its clients along with other non-financial services to have a transformative impact at the household level.
Watch Aakhri Station
Kashf’s recent mini-series, Aakhri Station, received great critical claim and went on air on 13th February at 9PM on ARY Digital. It is a seven episode mini-series touching upon important social issues plaguing our society and aims to highlight women and gender specific issues in a sensitive and realistic manner. Like its predecessors Udaari and Rehaii, the serial is based on real life stories and narratives, developing strong female characters that are not shown as victims but as protagonists who deal with harsh circumstances. Depicting the concept that ‘women can be the heroes of their own stories,’ each episode is unique but brought together through a train journey.
Seven separate women who do not know each other coincidentally ride in the same train compartment. All of them are on a journey of empowerment as a means to change their circumstances and each of their stories illustrate important, yet often misunderstood, social issues.