ASTI works towards the end of acid violence across the world. ASTI founded and continues to support the development of five partner organizations in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Nepal, Pakistan and Uganda.
ASF-Pakistan was founded in 2006 with the support of ASTI to support survivors of acid attacks in Pakistan. The group provides medical, psychosocial and legal support to the victims of acid attacks to ensure physical reconstruction and reintegration into the mainstream of the society.
Since 2005, Islamic Help has been working with survivors of acid attacks. The group has partnered with the Indus Hospital in Karachi, Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences in Islamabad and ASTI to provide reconstructive surgery and treatment to survivors.
The mission of this group is to increase awareness, inspire action and render assistance through healthcare, education and empowerment initiatives.