We believe that taking the extra step to be socially responsible does not hold us back but sets us apart from those who do not believe this policy. We recognize the deep interdependence of healthy businesses and healthy societies. Pak Oasis strives to be a better company, sharing the concerns of the society and dedicating its capabilities, resources and people to creating a sustainable future. The company is involved in community development in areas of health, education and employment of locals in the area. It also promotes skill development through apprenticeship programs and makes donations for national causes.
At its own cost, Pak Oasis provides and operates dozens of water purification plants, which supply neglected populations with water treatment facilities. Some examples of these include: Lala Shahbaz Shrine, Sehwan; Abdullah Shah Gazi Shrine, Karachi; Saint Laurence School, Karachi; Shrines of Benazir Bhutto; City Court of Karachi; High Court of Sindh; Shahdadkot Water Filtration plant; Sukkur and Khairpur jails.
The 2011 floods in Pakistan posed huge problems, with over 5 million people forced to flee their homes. Collaborating where possible to help support those in crisis, Pak Oasis within 10 days provided 100 tubewells, storage tanks and fast-tracked infrastructure for 40 ‘rapid RO’ plants for flood-affected people, supplying 16 million litres in 12 flood-affected districts. The use of all this was supplied free of charge. Pak Oasis also freely provided 8 ultrafiltration plants, each with a capacity of 50,000 gallons per day, to displaced populations.