Social Responsibility

ATL is determined to continuously grow as an innovative, empowered team, creating value for our stakeholders that compares with the highest global benchmarks. Our effort to cultivate a culture of compassion, trust and continuous learning is driven by our struggle for improvement and social responsibility. We are on our way to evolving a company-wide strategy for developing relationships to undertake community services in a way that makes ATL a socially responsible company. This is an ongoing pursuit, and remains a guiding principle of our mission statement. We are committed to help build stronger local communities, create an enjoyable and productive workplace committed to diversity, and to be receptive to wellness needs of our employees and their families.

Pakistan faces many economic and political challenges as a developing country. People in remote places have limited access to the basic necessities of life, including food, education and medicine. Despite the government’s efforts, poverty is on the rise and statistics for health and education show that Pakistan compares unfavorably with other countries. Life for millions of the poorest children and women remains one of hardship. As a proud corporate citizen of Pakistan, ATL believes it is our responsibility to contribute in whichever way we can to improving the general health and primary education of our nations’ diverse communities.

ATL provides free primary health and education in our neighboring areas in district Sheikhupura, Tehsil Sharqpur Sharif. Priority is given to mother and child health. We are trying to create impact in the basic education sector as well. ATL considers this our national duty. Over time we will continue to invest in facilities for health, mother and child care and education.

ATL’ vision is to supplement basic health services in under-served rural areas. A number of settlements in Sharqpur, district Sheikhupura are home to people with low incomes and poor access to healthcare. ATL serves these communities through basic health centers in Kot Mehmood and Sehjowal, each offering free treatment to over 72,000 patients every year since August 2005.