I must Thank all those who appreciate my passionate initiatives

Thanks our Chairman Ambassador Shahzada Ibrahim for his trust &
support & indeed Team NCCB who are always there for the support.
I must also thank Secretary General IHRC Sir Rafal Marcin Wasik for
his unconditional support for my Initiatives.

I will continue my sincere efforts in supporting global efforts
& projects for the betterment of Humanity. I encourage & request
all of you to come forward & adopt our Projects as our Partners.

Mohsin Durrani
Regional Director & Head of Projects


Plastic bags are difficult and costly to recycle and most end up on landfill
sites where they take around 300 years to photodegrade. They break down into tiny toxic particles that contaminate the soil and waterways and enter the food chain when animals accidentally ingest them.

We are committed to distribute ONE MILLION CLOTH BAGS.



Our passion should be the foundation for our giving. It is not how much we give, but how much love we put into giving.

Making money is a happiness; making other people happy is a super happiness. We don’t all have the same amount of money, but we all do have time on our hands, and can give some of this time to help others whether that means we devote our lifetimes to service, or just give a few hours each day or a few days a year.

Supporting someone is being fully committed to a person
every step of the way. Supporting another is a sustainable act of empowering them. All you need to do is support one person, expecting nothing in return.

Launching another initiative & awareness campaign on supporting each other “EACH ONE – SUPPORT ONE” we can start with supporting ONE rather than waiting for supporting more than ONE.



Achieving the SDGs must be considered as the floor, not the ceiling; and it will be possible if today’s innovative and ambitious solutions are mainstreamed to become the norms of tomorrow – in every community and jurisdiction around the world

To help reach our goal of actively supporting and enhancing the work of the United Nations’ efforts for implementing & achieving SDG 2030, our NCCB SDG AMBASSADORS contributes to the SDG 2030 Agenda in the following ways across the Globe:

  1. NCCB SDG AMBASSADORS will connect with the Global SDG Advocates for sharing ideas & their achievements in their respective countries.
  2. NCCB SDG AMBASSADORS will work & introduce local & global projects directly aligned to the Sustainable Development Goals.
  3. NCCB SDG AMBASSADORS will arrange meetings, seminars & face to face sessions with Teachers, Students, Parents, Human Rights & Youth Activists & community members for awareness & importance of achieving SDG 2030 Agenda.
  4. NCCB will arrange Annual Visit of NCCB SDG AMBASSADORS to UN HQ for attending UN SDG related events depending on the availability of Funds & Confirmation from the UN.


There are still 31 million girls of primary school age are out of school. Approximately 17 million out of 31 million are expected never to enter school. By 2030, it is expected that 20 percent of young people and 30 percent of adults worldwide will still be unable to read. If maximum number of women completed their primary education, maternal deaths would be reduced by 70%.

Approximately 16 million girls aged 15 to 19 years give birth each year. 60% of undernourished people worldwide are women or girls. For every extra year a girl stays in school, her income can increase by 11%

Mothers’ education improves child nutrition If all women had a primary education, 1.7 million children would be saved from stunting from malnutrition.  If all women had a secondary education, 12 million children would be saved from stunting from malnutrition. Girls with higher levels of education are less likely to get married at an early age.

Investing in girls’ education transforms communities, countries and the entire world. Girls’ education strengthens economies and reduces inequality. It contributes to more stable, resilient societies that give all individuals including boys and men the opportunity to fulfil their potential.


Every child, irrespective of race, gender or religion, deserves an opportunity to pursue their dreams and fulfill their potential. A child’s ability to obtain a higher education shouldn’t be limited or compromised by the circumstances provided by life. With that vision, we have started EACH DAUGHTER – TEACH DAUGHTER.

Children are no doubt a great gift from Almighty Allah to all parents. Parents must think of their children as such treasures that all the wealth and material resources are worthless as when compared to one’s children. Daughters are without doubt a great blessing from Almighty Allah. They are a means of salvation and a path to Jannah (Heaven) for their parents.

Educating girls is a global development priority because it has transformative effects. This investment can be multi-generational: women who have access to education often place a greater value on it, and encourage their daughters to attend school too.

EACH DAUGHTER – TEACH DAUGHTER will bring all those daughters who has completed their Primary, Secondary or Higher Education & would like to teach all those daughters who has never been to School & are willing to learn Basic Education.


Education gives us a knowledge of the world around us and changes it into something better. It develops in us a perspective of looking at life. It helps us build opinions and have points of view on things in life. Information cannot be converted into knowledge without education.

Most countries have their own approach to education systems. There is no universal measure of what success looks like, although, literacy rates, access to education, economic indicators, and how much a government invests in educational streams are common metrics.

Worldwide, there are more than 150 million children aged 3 to 5 who do not have access to pre-primary education, including more than 80% of children in low-income countries. Education costs, on average, US$1.25 a day per child in developing countries

Although education is a basic human right, having uninterrupted access to education remains a challenge for millions of people. Cost barriers such as school fees, textbooks, and uniforms make it difficult for disadvantaged students to have complete access to education.


Every child, irrespective of race, gender or religion, deserves an opportunity to pursue their dreams and fulfill their potential. A child’s ability to obtain a higher education shouldn’t be limited or compromised by the circumstances provided by life. With that vision, we have started EACH ONE TEACH ONE.

The International Public School Chitral – Donate and Help Us

The international Public School village Chuinj tehsil Mastuj, is a community oriented school with a (BoG) was established with the support of local communities in April, 1994 and it provided very good quality education to the children from kg to grade 10th. It has its own land 4 kanal land with a construction. It was handed to over the community but in 2019 due to excess of schools in the area the local community couldn’t sustain quality education due to financial constrained. Currently the community wants to have this school with a multiple need based both formal & informal education right from March, 2021.

It offers One year diploma in IT, Computer literacy center, Women skill development Centre, Driving school (informal), Online courses, Four years Associate Engineering, Cooking classes, Virtual university campus, Dance/musical classes, ECD class, Training in trekking/maintaining, Training women in plumber mason and carpenter , Training in local fruit jam

Please Donate & Help us: Contact Person SHAHZADA IBRAHIM
International Banking Account Number (IBAN)
Swift Code
Bank Name and Address
Habib Metropolitan Bank Ltd, Bypass Road, Chitral KPK, Pakistan
Account Number within Pakistan for cash deposit and funds transfer

UPCOMING PROJECT: NCCB Towards CLIMATE CHANGE – Distributing 1 Million FREE Cloth Bags across Sindh – Pakistan as an alternative to Plastic Bags

Today our First Camp Authorised by Commissioner Karachi Office & with his support was inaugurated at Main Tariq Road Café Liberty Signal. Northern Citizen Community Board – Special Consultative Status from UN & International Human Rights Commission would like to thank all our supporting Partners especially our Main Sponsor IGLOO – Pakistan for their support.

Regional Director Pakistan Northern Citizen Community Board – Special Consultative Status from UN & Ambassador at Large & Regional Head Asia Region for International Human Rights Commission Mohsin Durrani would like to convey his special Thanks to Commissioner Karachi Office Iftikhar Shallwani for his support & for granting NOC to NCCB for SAY NO TO PLASTIC campaign across Karachi. We encourage all the Business Community & Brands to join NCCB in spreading this campaign.

Plastic is one of the most ubiquitous materials in the economy and among the most pervasive and persistent pollutants on Earth,” Plastic pollution can afflict land, waterways, and oceans. It is estimated that 1.1 to 8.8 million metric tons (MT) of plastic waste enters the ocean from coastal communities each year
We firmly believe that SAY NO TO PLASTIC campaign must be adopted & supported by each & every single citizen of Pakistan to fight against CLIMATE CHANGE. Our main purpose in installing such Camps is not to collect used Bottles mainly but to create awareness & to educate common people about the effect of Plastic on overall Climate & Human Life.

NCCB Chairman Shahzada Ibrahim Initiative towards inter-faith harmony among Ismaili-Sunni and Formation of Ismaili-Sunni Council – Chitral

اسماعیلئ -سنی کونسل چترال
سر زمین چترال میں صدیوں سے تین مسالک کے لوگ یعنی اسماعیلی ،سنئ اور ایک غیر مسلم کمونیٹی کیلاش آ باد ہیں خصوصا دونوں مسلم کمونیٹیز جن کے بنیادی عقائد ، رہن سہن ، ثقافت ، تہذیب ،اُخوت و بھائی چارہ اور رسم ورواج ایک جیسے ہیں ایک دوسرے کے ساتھ کئی حوالوں مثبت تعلق رکھتے ہیں۔
یہ ایک حقیقت ہے کہ چترال کے امن و آمان کےلئے ان دونوں مسالک کا آپس میں اتحاد اور اتفاق ھونا ناگزئر ہے۰بغض اوقات غلط افواہ یا سنی سنائ باتون کی وجہ سے یہ اتحار اور اتفاق خطرے میں پڑھ جاتا ہے۰
اس تناظر میں ایک ایسے مشترکہ تنظیم کی ضرورت ہمیشہ سے رہی ہے اور اسماعیلی ،سنی کونسل کے قیام کا اصل مقصد ان برادریوں میں اتحاد، بھائ چارہ اور اتفاق پیدا کرنا ہے۰ تنازعات اگر کسی وجہ سے ہو اُن کا حل تلاش کرنا اور چترال کے مشالی امن و امان کو برقرار رکھنا ہے۰
اسماعیلی ،سنی کونسل درحقیقت ایک غیرسیاسی اور رضاکار تنظیم کے طور پر عمل میں لایا گیا ھے اور یہ انشا اللہ چترال میں دو برادریون کے درمیان ایک پل کا کردار ادا کرے گا اور ساتھ ہی صحیح رھنمای فراھم کرے گی۰
مذکورہ کونسل ابتدای مشاورت کے بعد اپنے ممبران کا انتخاب کرے گا جو کے دونوں مسلکون کے علماء، کرام ، مشہور شخصیات ، اسکالر ، قانون دان سماجی کارکن، سیاسی کارکن اور دوسرے افراد پر مشتمل ھوگی۰
ابتدای مشاورت کے بعد کونسل باقاعدہ اپنے منشور بھی قلمبند کرے گی اور دونوں برادریوں کو آگاہ کرے گی۰۰۰۰۰شکریہ انتظامیہ

Ismaili Sunni Council Chitral

First Ibadatgah in Rawalpindi

خوشخبری افتتاح عبادت گاہ !! آپ کو یہ سن کر خوشی ہوگی کہ الکوثرویلی /این سی سی بی راولپنڈی نے سب سے پہلے عبادت خانے کا افتتاح کیا۔ جناب چوتھری افتخار صاحب ہمارے پروجیکٹ کا پہلہ ڈونیر (Donor)ہے جس نے ایک کنال کا رقبہ عبادت خانے (مسجد)کےلیے ڈونیشن کیا ۔ – الالہ ہم سب کو اس نیک کام میں حصہ ڈالنے کی ہمت دے ۔ شھزادہ ابراہم سی او الکوثرویلی & چیرمیں این سی سی بی پاکستان

Chitral: Cheap Housing Scheme inaugurated

The cheap housing scheme is being inaugurated

Chitral Scouts Martyr’s family provided house

He thanked the management of the Northern Citizens Community Board (NCCB) for arranging land for the project on 30 per cent discount.
Former MPA and president of PML-N Chitral chapter Saeed Ahmad, who is also the chairman of the NCCB, said they allotted the plots to the widows of martyrs on discount. He also said that all the facilities would be provided at the housing scheme.
Managing Director NCCB Shahzada Ibrahim Pirzada said they were working in different sectors like adult education, handicrafts, promoting trout fish besides arranging cooking training sessions for women and allotting residential houses to people on easy instatements.

Chitral .. Shah Zada Ibrahim belonging to Laspur village of upper Chitral spoke at the United Nations eighth session of Open-Ended Working Group on Ageing (OEWG). According to a press release by him, he, as Ambassador of Civil Societies The United Nations Department of Economic & Social Council for Pakistan & CEO (NCCB) Pakistan elaborated the importance and Respect of the Elderly people people mentioned in the holy Quran quoting various verses from the Holy book.
He said In Pakistan the joint family system is breaking up rapidly and elderly population is facing loneliness and abandonment. There is no systematic or empirical study which would highlight the magnitude of abuse of elderly yet anecdotal evidence is replete with such examples. As human rights universal and older people  should enjoy their rights on an equal basis with others in society but unfortunately, particularly older women are discriminated (directly or indirectly), neglected, subjected and  abused  in various  ways  such as in collective decision making ,in age limit for employment, old age benefit, healthcare facilities, health insurance, financial services, government benefits, political  leadership, access to development programs, access to human rights, access to speedy justice, access to opportunities, ownership matters, harassment, prejudicial attitudes towards their  abilities , health, their voices are not heard by the younger accused, insulted, screamed, scolded, coerced, threatened, look down upon, humiliated physically, denial of autonomy, threatened with weapons to death, threatened with physical violence, threatened to deprive of their liberty.

The Consortia Development Partners –  Northern Citizen Community Board (NCCB) and JAD (Justice, Aid, and Development) Foundation Chitral, mandated by Social Entrepreneurship, Disaster and Climate Risk Resilience and Sustainable Development, human rights and youth development is offering this unique and innovative opportunity, under the human rights and social development  program “Consortia–Habitat” to help you, to be living in the modern urban life with the availability of organic architecture, farming, livestock, agriculture, organic food and fruits. In the urban life you will enjoy the rural and traditional life style, and will get opportunities to maintain your own farmhouse, your own livestock, your own organic cropping, and promotion of your organic food in the closer by commercial centre or within the commercial centre of your housing scheme.

CHITRAL: The chief executive officer of Northern Citizen Community Board (NCCB), Chitral, Shahzada Ibrahim Pirzada has appealed to the donor agencies to rescue the flood and earthquake-hit people of Chitral by giving them donations for their rehabilitation which is beyond the capacity of the government.

Flanked by former MPA Saeed Ahmed Khan and other office-bearers of the organisation, he told reporters on Friday that the NCCB was the only organisation which the donors could rely on for their donations.

He said the organisation was known in the area for its community oriented activities as it supported the needy people in their hour of need. He said the NCCB had launched a housing scheme for heirs of those killed in the war against terrorism. Mr Pirzada said flash floods and earthquake had caused widespread damage in the district and that the donors’ help could only mitigate the sufferings of the affected people.

Master Chef Pakistan’s Gulnaz shares her cooking secrets in Chitral

Master Chef Gulnaz

Northern Citizen Community Board (NCCB) has trained 24 women police and 4 male police officers in performance management. Two days training was arranged for women police to enhance their capacity building and to create boldness among these women police. Prominent social worker Shabnam  Ara sociologist was the trainer. Certificates were also distributed among the trainees.

NCCB arranged cooking training for women folk
12 days cooking training for women completed MPA Saleem Khan distributed certificates among successful trainers

12 days cooking training for women of Chitral completed here at NCCB center. The cooking training was organized by Northern Citizen Community Board (NCCB) to improve cooking skill and introduce different verities of centuries old traditional food of Chitral among the young generation.

Gul Hamaad Farooqi live in ARY News from polo ground Chitral

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Gul Hamaad Farooqi live in ARY News from polo ground Chitral

Ambassador Civil Societies United Nations and Chairman Northern Citizen Community Board speaking in United Nation

Director of Bahria University Islamabad met with Chairman NCCB and his business partner Mr. Li from China for Partnership with NCCB and Bahria University

Director of Bahria University Islamabad with Chairman NCCB and his business partner Mr. Li

ALKousar Developers, a project of NCCB