Anees Fatima Trust
Ingredients of Current Resources
The problems that developed and emerging countries face in the field of welfare care necessitate dramatically different solutions. Developing countries are struggling to organise their own capital or seek international aid for this reason, while developed countries place primary responsibility on the government.
At the very least, it is hoped that private and public sector activities would be integrated to provide needed social programmes with the most cost-effective and efficient use of capital, human, and technological resources. The Anees Fatima Trust has been influential in establishing a model of welfare care in a variety of ways where the Foundation supplements and funds the government sector by mobilising private money without putting a strain on the public purse.
In reality, the Foundation’s corporate structure has been continually evolving to meet the needs of its ever-expanding network of services. It has the plasmatic capacity to shape itself in relation to the exigencies of the case because it is beyond the formal bureaucratic set up.