for getting benefits out of WWF
Worker must fulfill the definition of “Workman”
as prescribed in IRA-2008.
Registration with EOBI or Employee Social
Minimum 3 years service in any Industrial Unit
(this condition is not applicable in case of
death grant and admission in schools)
WWF is providing services to the industrial workers in the areas of housing, education and health, besides which, financial assistance is also being extended in the form of death grant, marriage grant and post-matric educational scholarships.
WWF is providing free of cost education to workers’ children through 116 schools/colleges established by it. More than 72,258 children of workers have benefited from these schools/colleges, where the students get free of cost education, books, uniforms and transport facility.
This scheme has been started in the major industrial citieslike Lahore, Faisalabad and Karachi. Under this scheme children of workers who get admission in any ublic/private school, their tuition fee will be paid directly to the school. All other expenses including books, stationary , uniform and transport facilities will also be provided.