OnetoAnother was started in response to the 2010 floods in Pakistan. In 2011, OnetoAnother received official registration as a Society and expanded to include other endeavors. OnetoAnother exists to improve the lives of poor and marginalized families in Pakistan.

Earth Mission supports OnetoAnother’s micro finance, flood relief, and hospital & housing projects.

Providing education and training to equip and empower

Mobilizing human and material resources to create enterprise

Seeking spiritual wholeness for each individual

Pursuing sustainability for long-term success


Loving others as Christ loved us

Victoria Memorial Hospital project in rural Multan

Micro Enterprise – Donkey Carts, Rickshaws, Sewing Machines, other small businesses

Mobile Village Medical Camps

Supporting Education – school fee sponsorship, resources

Rebuilding houses in the flood affected region of Muzzafaragarh

Micro Loans

Vocational Training – Electrical, Carpentry, Welding, Sewing

Housing for poor Christian families in Multan city


OnetoAnother is working on a large project funded by Singapore Red Cross. Victoria Memorial Hospital (VMH) is a 752.5 square meter health facility in the area of Hameedtown on the outskirts of Multan. It is situated in a poor area which does not have much access to health care. This will be both a women’s and children’s clinic and also a hospice /palliative care unit. The VMH has an outpatient clinic, labor ward, general ward, ultrasound room, a small surgery, pharmacy, classroom, and a hospice ward.

Until now, there has been no such facility in this area of Multan. With this project, we see huge possibilities for community outreach, job potential, and an increase in available healthcare.

OnetoAnother has been extending microcredit loans since June 2012. Loans are offered at affordable interest rates and fall in one of four categories:

Donkey Cart

Small Business Loans

Auto Rickshaw

Personal Loan


The main goal for this project is to help minority communities in Pakistan to maintain their financial stability by encouraging them to start up their own small businesses. While many in these communities are skilled and have potentials which are useful, they lack resources because of financial instability, or sometimes religious discrimination. These loans are especially for the deserving ones – for those living in extreme poverty. OnetoAnother is taking a look at the bigger picture: Giving minority communities a clear path towards improving their economic condition and employment.
From July 2013 until June 2015, 93 loans were extended.