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Vocational Activities
People come with their dream to our door;we tailor services to help them knit dream to action.We provide vocational trainings to needy according to their needs. We have vocational training courses like softl spoken skills, stiching, computer skills etc. Read More
Child Eduction
We have our team of social workers who understand the needs of orphaned and abandoned children and look after their welfare and development including quality education. Apart from this, we provide nourishment, clothing and shelter to the needy ones. Read More
Old Age Care
Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. This is the philosophy followed by Sugam Ngo.Our main aim is to protect all and help them as much as we can. Read More
Women Empowerment

Sugam Ngo is committed to teaching women to become socially, economically and politically empowered.

Sugam Ngo is currently working on building the capacity destitute women and vulnerable groups in sewing, candle making, handicrafts, bedsheet and pillow making, embroidery, frame making, packaging and garment designing etc. We are working on a number of projects for provision of technical and vocational training to the women.

Sugam Ngo is also providing hands on computer education to graduate and post graduate students in Pakistan so as to provide them with the added benefit of IT education so that they can find it easier to find jobs. This is an ongoing project under which we recruit around 10-15 trainees quarterly.
Vocational training programs for young girls & women, and a computer center for them as well has been started by Sugam Ngo to make women empowered. Currently Sugam Ngo primarily works with slum women and female children who are employed as domestic workers.

Currently Sugam Ngo is engaged in a number of programs, such as Girl Child Education, Leadership Development Camps, Health Awareness Camps, Thrift and Credit Activities, Income Generation Activities, and Skill Development Activities, which provide socially and economically disadvantaged women, single women, and illiterate women with numerous resources to improve their standard of living.

Vocational Training to make them independent