JWO believes in participatory approach of empowerment and development. It makes people aware of using their own talent, time and treasure for integrated human and social development. In order to gather the broadest participation of communities, JWO resolved to work without any discrimination onnational origin, race, caste, creed or faith. JWO further resolved that the term “community” here, not only means a group of people in one village, but also, people from several villages that group in one because of common interest – social, cultural, economic, trait, or physical condition.
The social mobilizers of Joshua Welfare Organization conducted a survey in the 10 target areas and conducted interviews of 125 females and 110 males through questionnaire and selected 121 young boys and girls for information cells to be formed in the areas, resulting in 121 persons, 70 were girls while 51 were young boys.
The Joshua Welfare Organization organized hands wash training and soap distribution program in series,on 12 December 2015. First event among 300 participant students was arranged in St. Katharine High School situated in Warrispura Faisalabad, while other program was lined up with Calvary churchIslampura Faisalabad among 400 participants of different age and gender.