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About Us

Founded in 2012, PCT Humanity is a beacon of hope for underprivileged communities, working tirelessly to spread the universal message of humanity without discrimination of religion, color, or caste. Our organization was established in India and is also registered with International Humanitarian City, Dubai. We believe in the power of good deeds and the positive impact they have on individuals and communities.





Our Work

Key Initiatives

Blue-Collar Worker Support:

In the UAE, we provide food, clothes, health and safety workshops, and organize blood donation camps for blue-collar workers.

COVID-19 Response:

During the pandemic lockdown, we provided health and safety products, food, and other necessities to affected communities in Dubai.

Water Projects:

We have installed hand pumps in over 40 villages in Tharparkar and are planning to establish a clean water plant in District Badin to tackle water scarcity.

Education and Schools:

We have renovated schools, distributed uniforms, and promoted education in remote areas, ensuring children have access to quality education.

Health Initiatives:

Our health camps provide medical supplies and spread health awareness, focusing on the well-being of underserved communities.

Support for the Elderly:

We support elderly people who live alone, ensuring they receive help and companionship from our volunteers. Whether their children are abroad or they lack support for any reason, our volunteers are there to assist with daily needs and provide emotional support.

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Our Upcoming Events

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Partners: (Our Valuale Support)

Meet Our Team

Most Passionate Team Members

Meet the passionate individuals behind PCT Humanity, including our founder Joginder Singh Salaria and key volunteers like Aziz Gul.


Beneficiary Testimonials

Hear from individuals and families whose lives have been transformed by our efforts.

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