What we do
The Foundation for a Better Life is working to end poverty across the world through innovative programs that help increase a family's income.
Our vision
That individuals and families in every community can meet their basic needs and have an income above the poverty line
Our Mission
Provide progressive economic development services to individuals, families and communities around the world whose earnings are below the poverty level
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Fighting global poverty through Training and Education


"Global poverty is an epidemic. The Foundation for a Better Life is working to end poverty across the world through innovative programs that help increase a family's income. By training people in marketable skills, FBL enables them to earn additional income. More income results in improved living conditions and since most schools are fee-based, better education for their children as well. With proper education, future generations can avoid the cycle of poverty.

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Your donation to the Foundation is tax-deductible, and all net proceeds raised through events go directly to projects supported by the Foundation. You can donate to one of our many campaigns. Whichever way you decide to donate, your gift will make a difference. Your donation will be used to support our work to help the world's most vulnerable people and communities lift themselves out of poverty.
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How we help?

Training programs in Tailoring.

Support kids Education and Nutrition

Guidance, Counselling with Job Help

Empowering women.


Published in The Express Tribune (Pakistan) - Teaching how to fish: Empowering women.

On September 22, when a man named Jalal Sultan opened Jiwani Heights Training Centre. The institute teaches women stitching, embroidery and fashion design at a cost of Rs. 300 per month. It works under Sultan's NGO, The Foundation for a Better Life. Its first batch had 30 women, 22 from Jiwani Heights and eight from the Ali Complex, situated right across. A formal opening was held on Sunday morning inside the apartment building when the women from its first batch could stitch a complete outfit from scratch. The first woman judge of a high court in Pakistan, retd Justice Majida Razvi was the chief guest.