The Fair Finance Pakistan (FFP) is committed to ensuring that financial institutions in Pakistan respect the social and environmental well-being of local communities, and integrate ESG (environmental, social, and governance) criteria in their business strategies. The FFP Coalition initially consist of 16 member CSOs with expertise in finance, advocacy, and research, mostly based in urban areas for ease of approaching financial institutions. Fair Finance Pakistan aims to mobilize urban citizens, predominantly through digital spaces, and to advocate for positive change for marginalized communities, particularly those which have been affected by the financing of projects within the country that have incurred environmental degradation. The Fair Finance Pakistan Coalition builds on the legacy work of Oxfam’s Finance 4 Development (F4D) project and will further the country-level agenda by contributing to reducing extreme inequalities (SDG 10), forging new alliances and partnerships to influence financial sector policy and practices, promote transparency, and advocate for human rights. The Program is funded by the Swedish Embassy in Thailand and in partnership with Oxfam International through Oxfam Cambodia implemented by Indus Consortium in Pakistan.