Sana Ullah Rathore
President: Pakistan Youth Organization


Drug Abuse and HIV/AIDS are the worldwide problems. Pakistan is also facing these problems. Life of a common person in Pakistan revolves around fulfilling the basic needs. Poverty and other problems are leading towards mental depression and ill healthy behaviors like drug addiction especially in youth. No doubt the Government is doing a lot to overcome the situation but until and unless the society itself is not involved to rectify the conditions, we cannot overcome the problems. Still there are some people who have some pain in their hearts for welfare of humanity. Pakistan Youth Organization (PYO) is also a group of people who want to do something for their community and striving for healthy life of Nation & also working for “Drugs and HIV Free Pakistan” since its establishment in 1990.

I would like to thanks the partner organizations i.e. Anti Narcotics Force (Ministry of Narcotics Control), United Nations Office on Drugs & Crime (UNODC), PNAC/PAC, Marie Stopes Society, Pakistan National AIDS Control Program (Ministry of Health), Punjab AIDS Control Program (Government of Punjab), local community and all the well wishers who encouraging and supporting us for achievement of our goal and the betterment of mankind.

Rana Maqsood Ahmad
General Secretary: Pakistan Youth Organization


After having a complete look on the activities organized under the management of Pakistan Youth Organization hopefully you must understand the basic theme of our NGO that “Continuous and tired less working on the Prevention of Drug Abuse and HIV/AIDS and serve the humanity” because we know that no nation can be convert into a Welfare State without the contribution of the NGOs in different fields.

I would like to appreciate the Executive Body of Mian Afzal Trust Hospital, Mrs. Nasreen Afzal (Patron In-Chief), Sana Ullah Rathore (Executive Director), Haji Arshad Javed Mughal (Director Finance) and Sufi Muhammad Javed (Director Coordination) for their sincere efforts to promote the treatment & rehabilitation services of the hospital and enable it to manage about 100 patients at the same time and my special thanks to Haji Ghulam Mustafa Uppal for his financial support in the developmental working of the Hospital.

I also would like to pay thanks to all the donors as well as United Nations Office on Drugs & Crime (UNODC), Anti Narcotics Force (ANF), Ministry of Narcotics Control (MNC) and local community who supported us a lot to darely fight against the Drug addiction and HIV/AIDS and save the future of our nation, as these are the most sensitive issues for the humanity.

In the end I would like to proudly announce that all the Staff Members are also deserves the appreciation because of their sincere working efforts in the favour of the hospital and also for serving the humanity.