WWF is providing various services in the areas of housing, health and education to the industrial workers and financial assistance is also being extended in the form of death grant, marriage grant and scholarships.

Housing Sector

114 housing schemes completed, whereas 26 schemes are ongoing. 31 schemes of the development of plots have been completed. More than 60,000 workers have been benefited through these schemes.

Education Sector

117 schools established, whereas 6 schools are under construction. More than 66,000 children of workers are getting free of cost education (upto Matriculation) in these schools.

67,662 children of workers have been benefited through Post Matric Scholarships schemes. Category-wise rates of scholarships are as under.


Categories Description

Stipend Rate

(Rs. Per month)

I Higher Secondary Scholarships 3500
II Graduation Scholarships 4500
III Post Graduation upto Ph.D level 5500


Technical and Vocational Training Centres

2 technical institutes and 28 vocational training centers have been established out of WWF. More than 30,000 industrial workers/ their family members have got technical/ vocational training in different fields. WWF has also provided free of cost technical education to more than 11,000 workers/ their family members in collaboration with Skill Development Councils.  

Cash Awards for Position Holder in Matric examination.

Matric Tech Programme  initiated in WWB Schools in following trades

Trades for Boys

Welding, Electrician, Plumbing & Sanitary Installer, Auto CAD & Draftsman(civil)

Trades for Girls 

Beautician & Skin care, Tailoring, Knitting & Embroidery, Office Secretary & Computer Operator.

Health Sector

84 schemes completed, whereas two schemes are ongoing. More than 1,252,000 workers/ their family members have got treatment from these health schemes.

Additional Schemes

243 schemes of medical & rescue equipments , water supply schemes and miscellaneous schems costing Rs.2391 million have been completed., whereas 12 miscellaneous schemes are ongoing.   

 Other Welfare Measures

  • Death grant   @ Rs. 600,000/-    (12,567 families of deceased workers have been granted)

  • Marriage grant @ Rs. 200,000/-    (131,777  grants have been disbursed)

  • Sewing machines

  • Tricycles   (386  No of tricycles have been distributed among disabled workers)

  • Annual excellence award @ Rs.100,000 to two outstanding workers from each province (48 Nos. awarded)

  • Grant for earthquake affected industrial worker @ Rs.50,000/- (one time)

  • Rs. One billion have been donated to the Prime Minister’s Flood Relief Fund.

  • Food Items (worth Rs.50 Million) have been donated in Sindh Province in 2011.