About The Founder
Mr. Ashfaq Fateh was born on Ocrober 10th, 1973 in Tandla, Pakistan. He got his early education from St. Peter’s High School Toba Tek Singh. After passing his primary grade he got admission in Govt. D.C. High School Toba Tek Singh and also passed his metric from the same school. He passed his Intermediate and graduation from Govt. Degree College. In 1993, he started his career as a teacher from St. Peter’s High School and worked hard to teach the children and helped them in their education beyond limits. He also got B.Ed Degree in 1998 and completed his Masters in Social Studies in 2001 in a distinguished position. He became very popular and favorite personality among the students. He always viewed young students as the ambassador of peace. Along with all these concerns her took a very positive step to start kids game in 2010.
He got married on December 11th , 1997 with Ms. Rafia Salomi. He kept on working and learning in various fields of life. He was also very much interested in taking in Church activities. Seeing he day and night struggle, Fr. Bonnie Mendes gave him the responsibility as the Head Teacher on August 20th, 2002 and he began to take keen interest in teaching and made of best of his efforts to brighten the students. On August 8th , 2010 he resigned from this position and laid the foundation of an organization entitled “ Ravi Foundation”
Ravi Foundation Pakistan kept its strong focus to improve the quality of Human and animal's rights in Pakistan, with the objective of achieving international standards. Ravi Foundation worked for the uplift of the vulnerable, deprived and neglected segments of the societies of the Pakistan. Particularly Ravi foundation worked for interfaith dialogue and harmony. In the year 2013 and 2014 Ravi Foundation Pakistan provided (wanda), wheat straw, wheat bran and arranged medical camps for the millions animal in five districts of Pakistan such as Jhang, Toba Tek Singh, Sialkot, Narowal and DG Khan.
From 2012 to 2005 he remained as the coordinator of Bangladesh, India and Pakistan Peoples’ Forum. Being an active member of “AMAN ki ASHA” from 2007 to 2013 he struggled for peace and harmony. To make a peaceful and positive connection among children belonging to the various countries, he started a program named “Peace Pals”. This program brought a very positive change among children to promote peace among youth and communities. Several program in this regards were organized.
Seeing his struggle for peace and Interfaith Harmony he was awarded with a ACHA Peace Star Award USA in 2010 (Association for Communal Harmony in Asia). In 2013, remaining seriously ill for 4 months, he went to the eternal rest (May his soul rest in Peace). All of his struggles and efforts for the uplifting of the marginalized, for youth and children will always be remembered.