Comprehensive Health and Education Forum (CHEF-I) is a non for profit Pakistan based organization, registered under the Societies Act, 1860. The organization is also certified by Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy (PCP). Recently, CHEF-I has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Economic Affairs Division (EAD), Government of Pakistan to implement projects and programs in the field of health, rehabilitation, education, climate change and livelihood in Pakistan. 

Founded by Prof. Dr Mohammad Daud Khan (Ex Vice Chancellor Khyber Medical University) and his colleagues in 2007 with the vision to empower people and improve their lives and therefore, offer inclusive, sustainable and equity-based services in the field of health care, rehabilitation, climate change and education with special focus on the marginalized segments of society, including persons with disabilities. The organization values working with the government, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and civil societies etc. The philosophy of CHEF-I is to campaign and advocate for climate change, marginalized, deprived and underserved segments of society focusing on women, children and persons with disabilities. Therefore, the organization preference is to advocate for inclusive policies, formulate equitable models and mobilize resources to improve their quality of life. Initially, CHEF-I focused on eye care services, but subsequently, it enhanced its capacity to address the challenges of inclusive education, disability, climate change and disaster management.

Therefore, a range of inclusive model projects and programs were developed, based on the public dire needs and realign with international covenants and the UN Global agenda of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. CHEF International is also a member of the International Association of Prevention of Blindness (IAPB). Besides this, CHEF-I is performing an active role as a member in the Provincial Eye Health Committee. Related to disabilities, CHEF-I is a member of Provincial Council for Rehabilitation of Disabled Persons (PCRDP) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. For the provision of high disability-related services, CHEF International is registered with the International Support of Prosthetics and Orthotics (ISPO) and a member of the WHO Forum of Hearing and Deafness and Ageing and Disability Diversity Task Force (ADDTF). Since its inception, the organization has proven its capacity and implemented public welfare projects during different disasters established hospitals and promoted inclusive education in remote terrains. To date, the organization has touched the life of 2.3 million inhabitants. CHEF-I is committed to facilitating the underprivileged segment of society through dynamic collaboration and strong partnerships with all the relevant local and international stakeholders under the law of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.