Who We Are


We intend to improve lives

We want to make it possible for its people to become aware of and improve their lives.

It encourages members of the community to participate actively in their own development, with a significant proportion of women. We will work to provide thousands of people who are on the verge of extinction with life-saving assistance today. When the crisis is over tomorrow, we’ll collaborate with locals to rebuild essential infrastructure, create educational initiatives, and provide better life. The next day, we will be prepared for the next chapter. Every day presents fresh chances and new problems in fragile environments.

at KSF.

we intend to end poverty

intention and desire to lend a helping hand to everyone

We created with the goal of developing a civilization based on a sustainable and decent standard of living.

Nothing should be more clear than doing good

Our user-friendly website gives you all the information you need to decide on the cause you want to support and the most effective manner to accomplish so.

empowering the locals

By providing resources directly to the local community on the ground, you can make a significant difference.

who help us.

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Accordingly, KSF’s Dairy Cow Rearing Initiative is created to offer opportunities and improve capability in involving the underprivileged in the lucrative wealth-creating economic activity. It is believed that group formation, microcredit and microenterprise, capacity and skill development programs through a market-driven approach can achieve significant results and lay the foundation for a successful launch of a more structured rural-based collective microenterprise for the members of the disadvantaged community. The most successful results can be harnessed by involving women and children as well as youth with experience in issues related to livelihood and quality of life of women and children. This can be effectively addressed through a “market based value chain approach.” Dairy and livestock value chain is a series of steps which a livestock product or service passes through from production to consumption harnessing the powers of the market dynamics. The value chain analysis is a concept drawn from the business management.