Civil Society / NGOs Wing


Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal (PBM) is providing Grant-in-aid to registered Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) with all its operational parameters and functional responsibilities with the concern of broader and extensive participation in welfare projects carried out by NGOs at National level.The policy on CS/NGOs was advised by adopting a participatory approach i-e. holding consultative workshops and meetings with potential stakeholders, NGOs and the Ministry. After extensive consultations, Bait-ul-Mal Board (BMB) approved the policy in Sep, 2002. Since then, the various changes/modifications approved by the BMB are being incorporated in this edition.  


aa   Institutional Support for Persons with Disabilities, Orphans, Destitute, Elderly & Juveniles (Strategy-I)

aa   PBM provide grant to NGOs for Cataract surgeries, Kidney Dialysis and for treatment of Thalassemia/Hemophelia patients (Strategy-II)

aa   Innovative Pilot Rehabilitative Project (Strategy-III) 


aa   NGO should be registered (at least 03 years old).
aa   NGO should be a charitable organization, which is providing welfare services to vulnerable population on at least 50% charitable basis.
aa   Have the financial resources to share the capital cost of the project and to bear its entire recurring expenses. 
aa   Have to submit 3 years audited accounts through registered chartered accountants alongwith bank statements.
aa   Have the capacity to sustain activities of the project in future.
aa   Have a good track record for last 3/5 years.

Monitoring & Evaluation

aa   The sustainability of a project for which the grant has been released, is ensured by surprise visits and checking of accounts on the spot. This ensures error free and vigilant monitoring and evaluation system by efforts of Head Office, down to District Offices. After complete utilization report of PBM grant and its clearance by Internal Audit the case is transferred to Monitoring & Evaluation Wing (PBM). The project for which PBM grant is given is monitored for a period of (5) five years. In case of satisfactory services the project is closed after five years. However, if the NGO fails to utilize grant properly, the legal action is initiated for recovery of the grant and the NGO is black listed by informing other donor agencies and Government of Pakistan as well.