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Hidaya gives seedlings to students, farmers and communities to encourage tree planting activity.  It costs only $1 to plant and grow a tree. In addition Hidaya also provides brochures explaining the ecological benefits of trees and instructions how to successfully nurture them.


For each school and community, Hidaya team members are responsible for implementing and coordinating tree planting projects successfully, then monitoring, and reporting on the survival rate of trees every month. This process allows Hidaya to gain a good understanding of the issues and critical success factors so appropriate improvements can be made during future planting seasons.

 

Vegetables for Healthy Living:
In Pakistan, Hidaya is also distributing seeds of vegetables to students interested in growing their own vegetables at no cost.  These vegetables typically grow as vines that spread over roof tops and walls requiring no extra open space and include:

  • Opo/Kadoo/Lauki (Gourd)
  • Zucchini/Toori/Turai
  • Cucumber/Kheera/Kaakri

 

 

1 2014 Report
2 2013 Report
3 2012 Update
4 2011 Update
5 Summary
6 Why Plant Trees
7 2008 Report
8 2009 Report
9 2010 Report
 

Sitara-e-Isaar Awarded to Hidaya Foundation

The sister organization of Hidaya Trust, Hidaya Foundation was awarded Sitara-i-Eisaar (Star of Sacrifice) by the Government of Pakistan, in recognition of the results-oriented relief efforts of both the organizations during the 2005 earthquake in Pakistan. It was awarded during a special ceremony held at the Embassy of Pakistan in Washington, DC.

In Keeping with our commitment to the communities in which Hidaya Trust operates, it hires its work force as an equal opportunity employer.  It means that employment decisions are based on merit and business needs and not on race, color, status in the society, ancestry, sex, age, religion, creed and marital status.