About Us

Pakistan Institute of Living and Learning (PILL) was established in Karachi in 1998. It was a unique concept to conduct various projects. He was a great visionary and well ahead of his time, he believed in the holistic approach by applying integrated physical, mental and spiritual interventions to achieve well-being, being the corner stone of positive child health development and better family environment; thus, resulting in a confident and successful future generation. From this platform PILL went on to conduct various projects. PILL opened its second office in Mandra where a project in collaboration with Prof Francis Creed from the University of Manchester was started.

About Us

Pakistan Institute of Living and Learning (PILL) was established in Karachi in 1998. It was a unique concept to conduct various projects. He was a great visionary and well ahead of his time, he believed in the holistic approach by applying integrated physical, mental and spiritual interventions to achieve well-being, being the corner stone of positive child health development and better family environment; thus, resulting in a confident and successful future generation. From this platform PILL went on to conduct various projects. PILL opened its second office in Mandra where a project in collaboration with Prof Francis Creed from the University of Manchester was started.

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To improve health and well-being of people with and emphasis on mental health and develop safe, innovative and state of art culturally appropriate solutions for mental health care through research


To be the world leaders in Global Mental Health

Equal Opportinty for all Quality care and research Unconditional respect and regard for all Accountability Leading to trust worrhiness lead by exam Integrity based on ethical principles and practice Teamwork and partnerships Yes to good mental health  and no stigma

Ongoing Projects

South Asia Self harm and Suicide Reduction - Movement

South Asia Harm Reduction Movement (SAHAR-M): The Pakistan SASHI service users and carers group have suggested the name for the „MRC child project‟ SAHAR-M, which means ‘The morning twilight before a new dawn’ in the Urdu Language. With a focus on “leave no one behind” the M is for Movement.

Multicenter RCT to evaluate the clinical and cost effectiveness of a youth culturally adapted manual assisted psychological therapy (Y-CMAP) in Adolescents Pakistani patients with a history of self harm

South Asia Harm Reduction Movement (SAHAR-M): The Pakistan SASHI service users and carers group have suggested the name for the „MRC child project‟ SAHAR-M, which means ‘The morning twilight before a new dawn’ in the Urdu Language. With a focus on “leave no one behind” the M is for Movement.

Highlights

Mental Health Question Time

Professor Nasim Chaudhry (CEO Pakistan Institute of Living and Learning) initiating the question time session organized at National Council of Art in Islamabad.

Our Mission

To improve health and well-being of people with and emphasis on mental health and develop safe, innovative and state of art culturally appropriate solutions for mental health care through research

Our Vision

To be the world leaders Global Mental Health

Our Values

  • Equal Opportinty for all
  • Quality care and research
  • Unconditional respect and regard for all
  • Accountability Leading to trust worrhiness
  • lead by exam
  • Integrity based on ethical principles and practice
  • Teamwork and partnerships
  • Yes to good mental health  and no stigma

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