ANNOUNCEMENT – KE KHI AWARDS 2022


The successful organizations out of all the participating organizations of K-Electric Limited (KE) KARACHI (KHI) Awards 2022 (the ‘Awards’) for each of the thirteen categories, as selected and awarded by the independent jury are provided herein below:

  1. DIGITAL ACCESSIBILITY AND FINANCIAL INCLUSION
  2. This category, focuses on start-ups and small to medium size initiatives, recognizing the most impactful projects / initiatives in the area of digital accessibility as well as financial inclusion including (but not limited to) technologies for innovations in services for the public, financial payments, bill payments, internet payments, and other projects focused on underserved communities/ unbanked population.

    AWARDEE:

    1st : SINA Health Education and Welfare Trust,
    2nd : Roshni Research and Development Welfare Organization,
    3rd : Kashf Foundation

  3. EDUCATION
  4. Recognizing the most impactful projects / initiatives in education, including (but not limited to) street schools, education for underprivileged community and/or education or trainings for special children/persons, can also be e-learning and online learning, learning management systems, smart classrooms, and smart campuses for junior and higher education.

    AWARDEES:

    1st : The Citizens Foundation,
    2nd : Indus Resource Centre (IRC),
    3rd : Developments in Literacy,
    4th : Welfare Association for New Generation (WANG),
    5th : Centre for Development of Social Services

  5. EMPOWERING WOMEN
  6. Recognising the most impactful projects / initiatives which highlight the contribution towards women empowerment in Karachi and its communities.

    AWARDEES:

    1st : Orange Tree Foundation,
    2nd : Women Development Foundation Pakistan,
    3rd : Moosa Foundation

  7. HERITAGE & CULTURE
  8. Recognising the most impactful projects /initiatives in the area of heritage, arts and culture, libraries, cultural events and open spaces including (but not limited to) smart kiosks, interactive events and experiences, connected museums, digital libraries and intelligent event management. This category also includes traditional restoration of heritage buildings, landmarks and sites of Karachi.

    AWARDEES:

    1st : The Citizens Archive of Pakistan,
    2nd : National Academy of Performing Arts,

  9. INCLUSION
  10. This category includes projects which create an impact for marginalised communities, transgenders, and persons with disabilities, for the achievement of equality.

    AWARDEES:

    1st : Karachi Down Syndrome Program,
    2nd : Disabled Welfare Association,
    3rd : Center for Autism Rehabilitation and Training, Sindh (C-ARTS)

  11. LIVELIHOODS AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING
  12. Recognising the most impactful projects / initiatives which promote and offer high-quality vocational training, as well as support the development of networks and career opportunities for the people of Karachi, especially within underprivileged communities.

    AWARDEES:

    1st : Network of Organizations Working with People with Disabilities, Pakistan (NOWPDP),
    2nd : Marie Adelaide Leprosy Centre,
    3rd : Lady Dufferin Hospital,
    4th : Aman Institute For Vocational Training,
    5th : TAF Foundation

  13. PUBLIC HEALTH (PRIMARY HEALTHCARE)
  14. This is a special category to support and highlight new projects and start-up organisations that have been formed in the last twelve (12) months.

    AWARDEES:

    1st : SINA Health, Education and Welfare Trust,
    2nd : Karwan e Hayat, Institute for Mental Health Care,
    3rd : EDUCAST (Pvt) Ltd

  15. PUBLIC HEALTH (SECONDARY & TERTIARY HEALTHCARE)
  16. Recognising the most impactful projects / initiatives, including (but not limited to) public health awareness drives, data-driven and mobile solutions for public health services and workers, and digital and online medical services/ doctors for underprivileged communities.

    AWARDEES:

    1st : Zafar and Atia Foundation Charitable Trust,
    2nd : Layton Rahmatulla Benevolent Trust (LRBT),
    3rd : The Kidney Centre Post Graduate Training Institute,
    4th : ChildLife Foundation

  17. SAFETY
  18. Recognizing the most impactful projects / initiatives for ensuring public safety, including (but not limited to) emergency services such as early warning systems, and emergency response systems such as helplines, on-ground teams, community-based safety watch teams, and awareness drives.

    AWARDEES:

    1st : CPLC – Citizens Police Liaison Committee,
    2nd : Aahung

  19. SOCIAL SERVICE
  20. This category is for any other social impact project / initiative that does not fall into other categories mentioned above, for example, animal welfare.

    AWARDEES:

    1st : Ayesha Chundrigar Foundation (ACF),
    2nd : SAHARA PUBLIC RIGHTS WELFARE,
    3rd : Baitussalam Welfare Trust,

  21. SPORTS
  22. Recognising the most impactful projects / initiatives showing the involvement of and platform creation for finding promoting and developing sports for all genders, and finding sports talent in Karachi, subsequently developing talent for Pakistan.

    AWARDEE:

    1st : Karachi United Football Foundation Trust,
    2nd : Karachi Vocational Training Center,
    3rd : IBP School of Special Education

  23. SUSTAINABILITY & ENVIRONMENT
  24. Recognising the most impactful projects / initiatives focused on sustainable environmental projects for Karachi, including clean tech and smart innovations.

    AWARDEE:

    1st : TrashIt,
    2nd : Society for the Protection for the Rights of the Child (SPARC)

  25. UPLIFTING COMMUNITIES
  26. Recognizing the most impactful projects / initiatives which provide food, reduce challenges and costs for vulnerable segments and communities, such as sewage, sanitation, water, systemic inefficiency, and housing-related basic standards.

    AWARDEE:

    1st : Kiran Foundation,
    2nd : TAF Foundation

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