“Implementation of HRMS (Human Resource Management System) at Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund”


Generix Solutions implemented a complete HRMS (Human Resource Management System) at the Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund.  As indicated by the business needs of the Pakistan Poverty Allivation Fund, Human Resource Management System is executed with the following Modules:


  • Set-up
  • Recruitment
  • Employee Profile
  • Attendance Management
  • Payroll
  • Funds Management
  • Leave Management
  • Loan Management
  • Appraisal
  • Reporting

About Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund:

Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF) is the leading institution focused on eliminating poverty in Pakistan. As one of the largest establishments spending on the poor, PPAF facilitates public-private partnerships that have a mutual goal to achieve social and economic change in Pakistan by addressing the multi-dimensional issues of poverty.

Established by the Government of Pakistan as an autonomous not-for-profit company, PPAF began its operations in 2000. Thus far, it is working across 130 districts in the country with 130 partner organizations.

PPAF works through CSO that is value-driven and based upon neutral and inclusive models structured specifically to target the poorest and most marginalized regions of Pakistan. In creating these alliances, PPAF focuses on ensuring that these partner organizations are well-governed and transparency and accountability remain a priority. Through these alliances, PPAF extends support to communities in dire need of improving their infrastructure, health, and education facilities. It also helps develop resilience to disasters and improve energy resources. It has an outreach across Pakistan (130 districts), supporting communities to access improved infrastructure, energy, health, education, livelihoods, finance, and develop resilience to disasters. We aim to ensure that our core values of social inclusion, participation, accountability, transparency, and stewardship are built into all processes and programs. PPAF has invested in developing the capacities of our 130 implementing partners (civil society organizations), around 120,000 organized community groups, 440,000 community credit groups, 11,800 village organizations, and over 800 union council level federations to date.

With an experience of over a decade, PPAF concludes that local and community-based institutions are key to creating a positive outcome and proving effective. In order for poverty reduction efforts to be successful over the long-term, PPAF invites participation from diverse stakeholders who demonstrate ownership and commitment. PPAF is proud to have built alliances and partnerships within the national public and private sector, both, as well as working with international institutions.