Basera Trust

ABOUT

Our Story

Established in 2001 and registered under the Trust Act, 1882, Basera Trust is a Non-Profit, Non-Commercial and Non-Political Organization with an aim to support the lives of orphans and destitute children without discrimination due to race, religion or creed.

Basera Mission

To reach out to the underprivileged, unfortunate and vulnerable children of society and provide them shelter.

Who Are We

A team of dedicated individuals with a strong sense of humanitarian serving, looking to build a brighter future for needy.

Our Partners

Children of Hope Canada, Sultana Foundation, Azkaar Welfare Trust, Al Jabbar Welfare Trust, Islamic Ansaar Foundation UK, and Basera Support Group.

ADMISSIONS

Eligibility for Admission in Basera

Basera administration regularly checks food quality to ensure that all children receive balanced & nutritious meals to support their growth and development.

ONE

Boys and Girls aged 4 to 14 years, with satisfactory mental health.

TWO

Orphans and children who have no one to look after them.

THREE

Documents required: Birth certificate, Form B, parents/guardian NIC (attested), School Leaving Certificate (if child was in school), Father‘s Death Certificate, NOC from Union Council Nazim or other responsible person, and family details and/or reason for admission.

FOUR

Unknown children are admitted on guarantor guarantee. Admission is casual until detailed information about the child arises. Admission of any child with false documents or false statements will be cancelled.

FIVE

Children forced to work to feed their families.

CHILDREN

Children of Basera

Basera currently houses 45 boys and girls (Feb 2021), most of whom are from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Murree, AJK and Islamabad. Many are from areas affected by earthquakes, floods and terrorism. By providing these children a safe haven, they are protected from dangerous elements such as street criminals, drug addicts, human traffickers and terrorists.

Each Basera child goes to school, gets civic and religious education and regular health care visits. To instill discipline, children follow a balanced daily schedule with time for school, tutoring, prayers, homework, meals and leisure. Monthly recreational outings provide children an opportunity to observe and interact with nature and modern developments.

Care is taken to provide a congenial family environment so that children are happy, socially well-adjusted and well behaved. Relatives of Basera children are encouraged to meet them frequently. Children are also encouraged to visit their relatives on special occasions and holidays.