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from Kelly Usa

Javed Fiyaz – Philanthropist with a Golden Heart


Charity is something that belong to heart. One won’t be able to donate until or unless his heart is ready to sacrifice his precious belongings to somebody else. It is to curtail your yearnings for the wellbeing of the deserving people.

This world rooms for so many such people who will remain draped under white cloth but will never spread their hands in front of anyone just because of fear of humiliation.

On the other side of pic, there are some people who are eager to help out of the fortune they own, because feel like doing so. Wanting to bring optimistic change in the world, such people keep on searching ways just to serve the humanity.

Mr. Javed Fiyaz is one of such personalities whom are filled with the enthusiasm and keenness to help fellow beings in any way. He is on a humanitarian campaign to optimise the world and inculcate moral ethical values in the world.

Although, he need no light to illuminate his name because his philanthropic nature is enough to show how much enlightened soul does he possess. But here is a brief introduction of Mr. Javed Fiyaz’s profile.

Mr. Javed Fiyaz is a Transnational Magnate, a Pakistani descent Business Tycoon and a worldwide Patron.

Mr. Javed Fiyaz basically belongs to Pakistan but due to his vast and intensified business matters he ought to reside at a platform where he can easily manage his business empire.

Currently he is dwelling in London, England. Besides, he also clenches the Belgian nationality.

Javed Fiyaz Charitable Trust

JFCT is charity program which was developed for the provision of basic facilities for the victims of 2005 Earthquake.

The sole purpose was to deliver all the health benefits to the survivors of the catastrophe but later on, more objectives were added to the To-Do list of the charity trust. 

Born to Learn

Educational finance is becoming an inescapable concern these days. Nobody could deny the fact that survival is probable without education. Children who are unable to get education are the burden on the economy because when they’ll not get education, chance of a good job will become dubious. Joblessness is the ultimate step towards deprivation and poverty.

Mr Javed Fiyaz’s JFCT launched a project which was merely started for the availability of education to the less fortunate people who were not able to afford the expenses of education.

Eat, Sleep, Learn, Play (ESLP) is a grant program which provide basic facilities to the needy and helpless people.

A survey conducted after ESLP grant was rendered to the families.

  • 99% of families said the items have enhanced their children’s aptitude to eat, sleep, learn and play.
  • 85% of families testified a lessening in the level of tension at home.
  • 78% of families said the ESLP! grant amended their children’s morning, bedtime or mealtime habits.
  • 70% of families said the ESLP! grant has upgraded the family economic condition.

Reading skills improvement is another object of this grant program. Reading is the basic step towards enlightenment. If a person stumbles at the first step towards success, how can he manage to voyage the entire path. Similarly, a person unable to read cannot go beyond because he is unable to stand the first problem.

So to improve the reading skills, Mr Javed Fiyaz hired the Reading Helpers who would help the children to read at the early stages of life.

Beanstalk’ latest yearly report swotted the influence of Born to Read. Key findings included:

  • 93% of children on the Born to Read programme made improvement in their reading attainment.
  • Children from a low income background (those eligible for Free School Meals) may particularly benefit from the intervention, making an average 0.5 sub-levels progression more than their better-off peers.
  • 92% of reading helpers reported that the children they worked with improved in reading attainment and confidence.
  • 99% of schools agreed that their reading helpers made a substantial impression on the children they supported.


Earthquake 2007

The JFCT was the initiative took for the rehabilitation of the survivors of the Earthquake. The JFCT collaborated with ERRA (Earth Rehabilitation and Reconstruction authority).

The Trust conglomerate with ERRA, also involved in [2007] in the construction of a new hospital and university in Pakistan. The earthquake had entirely smashed the central hospital in the Baag. A new hospital, furnished with the newest medical machinery, was built with the help of the Trust and is presently in operation. A new, and contemporary, girl's school was also constructed in the Chakoti area of Pakistan, boasting 24 classrooms and an innovative science lab.

Mr. Javed Fiyaz contributed a handsome amount for rendering a corrugated sheet metal. This sheet would be used for the reconstruction purpose for schools, hospitals, university and houses which were demolished during the heart shattering incident.

The trust conjoint with Government and non-government societies. A university rooming 3000 students is evidence of the eligibility this trust’s efficacy.


No Child born to Die

No child born to die is a program started back in 2010 to save and protect the new-born babied from the severe diseases like Pneumonia, Tuberculosis, Malaria etc.

At the time of birth the infant is completely vulnerable to any precarious disease because at that time the immune system of baby isn’t functional or operational.

According to a survey, 432,000 children under-five die in Pakistan, over two thirds of whom die within their first month of life. Access to health care varies theatrically; the risk of a newborn baby from one of the poorest families dying (63 per 1,000) is almost double the rate from the richest families (38 per 1,000).

The Umerkot Child Survival Project concentrated on three Union Councils in rural Sindh province in these locations:

  • Avoidable and remediable ailments such as pneumonia, tuberculosis and malaria are the chief cause of child deaths.
  • Only 37% of new-borns are fully vaccinated.
  • Only 4% of expecting women obtain antenatal care at a health facility.
  • 70% of births take place in the community, supervised by an amateurish birth assistant.

The Charitable Trust with Save the Children has been able to reach:

  • 17,330 Children under the age of five.
  • 19,048 women of reproductive age

Javed Fiyaz is a name that ought to be in limelight just not to publicize him or his charity for ostentation purpose but to instigate the passion of donation in the hovering generations. To inculcate the urge for charity is too much important but it is not possible until or unless a living and legendry example is there to show them the path.

Philanthropy is not something that can be imposed or engrossed on genes of the new generations but it is to be illustrated by some divine paradigm and that is Mr. Javed Fiyaz.