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INTERNATIONAL NGOS/FOUNDATIONS

Action Aid Pakistan (AAPK)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 8, Street 31, F7/1 Islamabad. Telephone: 051-2611617-20 Fax: 051-2611623 Email: javeria.malik@actionaid.org Website: www.actionaid.org/pakistan

Brief Organisational Profile


Action Aid is an international anti-poverty agency whose aim is to fight poverty worldwide. It has been operating in Pakistan since 1992. Since its inception, it has been working in partnership with local civil society organizations, Community groups and marginalized people to fight poverty and violation of human rights. ActionAid Pakistan lays emphasis on challenging patriarchy and inequity, and promoting democratic, accountable and responsive governance.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty and violation of human rights - Challenging patriarchy and inequity - Promoting democratic, accountable and responsive governance - Education for all - Trade justice - Action against HIV/AIDS - Women's rights and gender equality - Food and eradication of hunger - Peace and human security - Emergencies

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus - Capacity - Governing body - Past track record - Geographical focus - Consistency - Stability

Support Options
- Grants - Technical assistance - Training/ skill development - Provision of equipment - Information sharing - Advice - Transport and vehicles

Acumen Fund
Contact Details
Postal Address: D-37/I, Block 3, Kehkashan, Clifton, Karachi, Pakistan Telephone: 021-583-4298 Fax: 021-583-4299 Website: www.acumenfund.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Acumen Fund, a non-profit global venture capital fund, has been operational in Pakistan since 2002. It was established as a local affiliate in 2006. The Fund focuses on providing slum-dwellers with affordable legal housing and infrastructure alternatives, as well as innovative financial services that allow low income clients to improve their homes and supplement incomes. The Pakistan portfolio has grown to include investments in the health, water, and agriculture sectors.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Housing - Water and Health - Agriculture (dairy farming and livestock)

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Past track record - Innovation, potential for broad social impact - Outstanding leadership - Significant problem with unmet need - Path to sustainability Acumen value added

Support Options
- Grants - Loans

Aga Khan Foundation (Pakistan)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Serena Business Complex, Level 3, Islamabad Telephone: 051- 2276812-4 E-mail: khurram.riaz@akfp.org Website: www.akdn.org/pakistan

Brief Organisational Profile


The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) is an agency of the Aga Khan Development Network. It was established in 1967 to promote social development primarily in Asia and East Africa. The AKF focuses on a small number of specific development problems by forming intellectual and financial partnerships with organisations sharing its objectives. Most Foundation grants are made to grassroots organisations testing innovative approaches in the field. The AKF makes an effort to reach out to vulnerable populations on four continents, irrespective of their race, religion, political persuasion or gender.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Education - Rural development - Gender - Environment - Civil Society

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus - Past track record - Presence of volunteer base in the targeted region - Innovativeness of project design and prospects of its replication elsewhere

Support Options
- Grants - Capacity building - Education - Microfinance - Research

The Asia Foundation (TAF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 38 Khayaban-e-Iqbal, F 7/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051- 2650523 Fax: 051- 2650736 E-mail: tafpk@pk.asia.found.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The Asia Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation committed to the development of a peaceful, prosperous, just, and open AsiaPacific region. Drawing on nearly 60 years of experience in Asia, the Foundation collaborates with private and public partners to support leadership and institutional development, exchanges, and policy research. In Pakistan, TAF works in close partnership with local NGOs, universities, and the government of Pakistan to make their programmes locally responsive.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Governance capacity - Strengthening democracy and civil society - Supporting an independent media - Promoting better healthcare - Empowering women

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus - Geographic focus - Past track record

Support Options
- Grants - Technical assistance

Association for the Development of Pakistan


Contact Details
Postal Address: Association for the Development of Pakistan PO Box 2492, San Francisco, CA 94126 USA E-mail: volunteer@developpakistan.org Website: www.developpakistan.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The Association for the Development of Pakistan (ADP) is a volunteer-driven, engaged philanthropy organisation that funds carefully selected development projects run by local NGOs in Pakistan. It works toward enhancing the lives of the poor, neglected and underprivileged of Pakistan by providing support for carefully selected social development projects. ADP uses volunteers and local expertise to discover projects worth funding, while minimising their transaction cost. Since ADP can identify these projects without tremendous cost, they can efficiently fund much smaller projects. Requests for grants can be made online or via e-mail.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Economic empowerment - Environment - Healthcare - Education - Energy

Geographical Area of Operation National Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Critical need - Capacity - Past track record - Measurability of results and project sustainability

Support Options
- Grants

Catholic Relief Services


Contact Details
Postal Address: Catholic Relief Services 228 W. Lexington St. Baltimore, Maryland 21201-3413 Telephone: +1-888-277-7575 Monday - Friday, 9 am to 5 pm, EST +1-0800-736-3467 After Hours and Weekends, EST For email, use following link: http://crs.org/contact/index.cfm Website: www.crs.org/Pakistan

Brief Organisational Profile


Catholic Relief Services is the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States. It alleviates suffering and provides assistance to people in need in more than 100 countries, without regard to race, religion or nationality. CRS has worked in Pakistan since 1954. In the last two years, CRS Pakistan has enhanced its emergency activities to respond to the drought, the Afghan refugee crisis and earthquake emergency response and rebuilding process.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Help with humanitarian aid in emergencies like floods, earthquakes, Refugees crises - Non-formal education - Health (HIV/AIDS)

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus - Capacity - Past track record

Support Options
- Grants - Technical assistance - Training - Provision of goods/equipment - Information sharing/advice

Centre for Peace & Development Initiatives, Pakistan


Contact Details
Postal Address: 105 Park Towers, F-10/3, Islamabad. Telephone: 051-2108287, 051-211 23 15, 051 431 94 30 Fax: 051-2101594 E-mail: info@cpdi-pakistan.org Website: www.cpdi-pakistan.org

Brief Organisational Profile


CPDI-Pakistan was established in 2003 realising the need to approach the issues of peace and development in an integrated manner.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Transparency, Peace and Tolerance - Access to justice, Rule of Law, Human rights, Right to Information - Budget Watch, Legislative Watch and Democratic Development - Inter-provincial conflicts

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Vulnerable people - Government - Citizens - Civil society groups - Investors

Support Options
- Capacity building - Policy research - Legislative and budget watch - Research-based advocacy and capacity building - Public awareness - Policy dialogues, seminars and workshops - Investors protection

Children's Resource International


Contact Details
Postal Address: House 66, St. 89, G-6/3 Islamabad Telephone: 051-2877941-2 E-mail: pcoughlin@childrensresources.org Website: www.childrensresources.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Children's Resources International (CRI) is a non-profit educational organisation operating since 1994 dedicated to improving the quality of educational experiences and opportunities for children and their families in the United States and internationally.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Children - Education - Special Children

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Children - Schools - Communities - Special children - Educators, administrators, caregivers, and parents - Minorities and refugees - Children, infants, toddlers

Support Options
- Trainings - Family literacy - Early childhood facility - Development of curriculum guides, activity books, training materials, and college courses - Technical assistance - Advocacy - Child-centred education programmes - Professional development

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Church Service Pakistan


Contact Details
Postal Address: New York headquarters 475 Riverside Dr., Suite 700, New York, NY 10115 Telephone: +1-212-870-2061 Fax: +1-212-870-3523 Pakistan Offices: Karachi: cwspa@cyber.net.pk Lahore: dro@nexlinx.net.pk Islamabad: cwsisb@isb.comsats.net.pk Mansehra: efo_admin@cwspa.org.pk Murree: ospring@isb.paknet.com.pk Website: www.cwspa.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Church World Service-Pakistan/Afghanistan (CWS-P/A) is an INGO which implements humanitarian and development activities across Pakistan and Afghanistan. Since 1954, CWS-P/A has worked for the development and relief of marginalised communities on the basis that all individuals irrespective of race, faith, colour, sex, economic status, and political stands have the right to choose how to live. CWS-P/A assists marginalised communities to achieve economic prosperity and improve human and social capital through participatory endeavour, which liberates people and enhances their capacities to take control over their lives.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Shelter - Health programmes - Research and advocacy for key social and political issues - Food security

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus - Capacity - Past track record

Support Options
- Grants - Technical assistance - Training - Provision of goods/equipment - Information sharing/advice

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CNFA
Contact Details
Postal Address: House #8, St 30, F-7/1, Islamabad Telephone: 051-265-4132 Fax: 051-265-3137 E-mail: psippola@cnfa.org Website: www.cnfapakistan.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Founded in 1985, CNFA is a Washington, DC-based, non-partisan, not-forprofit organisation dedicated to stimulating economic growth around the world by nurturing entrepreneurship, private enterprise and market linkages.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Agriculture Management - Women's agribusiness support - Environment - Banking and Finance

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Farmers and other agricultural enterprises - Entrepreneurs in developing countries

Support Options
- Analysing and building value chains - Export and output marketing - Information systems (MIS) - Training and training materials development - Improved agriculture production methods - Grant management - Farmer-to-Farmer programmes - Market information systems - Business planning skills - Financial skills training - Farm store development - Volunteer technical assistance - Public-private partnerships

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Concern Pakistan, (CP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Head Office Islamabad, House No.11-A, Aga Khan Road, Sector F-6/3, Islamabad. Telephone: 051-2270447-50 Fax: 051-2270449 E-mail: pakistan.islamabad.info@concern.net

Brief Organisational Profile


Concern Pakistan has been operating since early 1990s. It supports and develops the capabilities of extremely poor, vulnerable, and marginalised people to achieve sustainable improvements in their lives. It focuses on responding to the urgent needs of Pakistanis displaced due to conflicts, crises, and disasters. It engages with local partners, based on its commitment to mutual learning and addressing the root causes of poverty.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Livelihoods - Health especially HIV/AIDS - Emergencies - Disaster Risk Reduction

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus - Capacity - Past track record - Geographical focus

Support Options
- Grants/loans - Technical assistance - Training/Skill development - Provision of equipment - Information sharing/advice - Transport and vehicles

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Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES)
Contact Details
Postal Address: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, House No.10 - A, St. No.31, Sector F-8/1 Islamabad Telephone: 051-2850912-16 Fax: 051-2850917 E-Mail: info@fes.org.pk Website: www.fespk.org

Brief Organisational Profile


FES was founded in 1925 to work for Improvement of citizens' democratic participation in the public affairs through civic education, influence policy decisions for the benefit of common citizens and establishing networks among civil society organisations.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Democracy - Human Rights - Free press - Civil society - Conflict management - Gender

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Legislator - Highly committed civil society organisations

Support Options
- Collaboration with Government line departments and other international and local NGOs - Seminars, workshops and symposia

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Friedrich Naumann Stiftung (FNSt)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House 19, Street 19, F-6/2, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2278896 or 2820896 Fax: 051-2279915 Email: pakistan@fnst.org Website: www.fnf-southasia.org

Brief Organisational Profile


FNF is working in Pakistan since 1986 focusing on ideas on liberty and training in Freedom. It was founded in 1958 in Germany.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human and civil rights - Political reforms - Economic freedom - Conflict

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Youth organisations - Governments - NGOs

Support Options
- Educational and consultancy activities

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German Technical Cooperation, (GTZ)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 63, Street # 5 Sector No. F8/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2286978-9 Fax: 051-2286940 Email: gtz-pakistan@pk.gtz.de Website: http://www.gtz.de/en/weltweit/europa-kaukasuszentralasien/1176.htm

Brief Organisational Profile


GTZ was established in 1975 to work worldwide in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. It helps the German Government in achieving its development objectives. The organisation is involved in the capacity building of developing countries. The Pakistan office, GTZ has been active since 1990 and has increasingly focused on poverty reduction in the country with its development initiatives.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Basic education - Basic health, family planning and HIV/AIDS - Renewable energies and energy efficiency - Governance and democracy

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus - Past track record - Capacity - Governance arrangement

Support Options
- Grants - Technical assistance

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Fund for Global Human Rights


Contact Details
Postal Address: 1666 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 410 Washington, D.C. 20009, USA Telephone: + 1 (202) 347-7488 Fax: + 1 (202) 347-7487 Email: info@globalhumanrights.org Website: http://www.globalhumanrights.org/about-fghr

Brief Organisational Profile


Created in 2002, the Fund for Global Human Rights is founded on the belief that securing basic freedoms worldwide requires effective frontline organisations challenging abuse wherever it occurs. The Fund seeks to increase the flow of financial resources to locally-based human rights organisations to strengthen human rights movements in countries around the world. It has been operational in Pakistan since 2003.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Community activism against militancy - Gender - Protection of rights to land, water and livelihood - Rights of labour and other marginalised groups

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Thematic focus - Past track record - Beneficiary-driven approach of proposed project design - Entities led by women would be preferred in funding decisions.

Support Options
- Grants

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Global Fund for Children


Contact Details
Postal Address: 1101 Fourteenth Street, NW, Suite 420 Washington, DC 20005 Telephone: +1-202- 331-9003 Fax: +1-202-331-9004 Email: info@globalfundforchildren.org Website: www.globalfundforchildren.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The Fund's mission is to advance the dignity of children and youth around the world. GFC pursues its mission by making small grants to innovative community-based organisations working with some of the world's most vulnerable children and youth, complemented by a dynamic media programme that, through books, documentary, photography and film, highlights the issues affecting children and celebrates the global society in which we all live. The Fund has been operative since 1997 and it can be obtained by Pakistani NGOs.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Children Health - Children Education - Children Special needs - Legal aid for children

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Grantee's annual budget should not exceed $ 200,000 - Past history in direct engagement with children

Support Options
- Different types of grants

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Global Fund for Women


Contact Details
Postal Address: 222 Sutter Street, Suite 500 San Francisco, CA 94108, USA Telephone: +1-415-248-4800 Fax: +1-415-248-4801 Email: asiapac@globalfundforwomen.org Website: www.globalfundforwomen.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The Global Fund for Women is an international network of women and men committed to a world of equality and social justice. It advocates for and defends women's human rights by making grants to support women's groups around the world. It believes that women should have a full range of choices, and that women themselves know best how to determine their needs and propose solutions for lasting change. It has been supporting projects in Pakistan especially in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Economic justice and education - Participation of women - Prevention of violence against women

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Thematic focus - Group of women working together - Past track record in promoting women rights and equality

Support Options
- General Support Grants - Travel Grants - Grants for Meetings/Events

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Heinrich Boll Stiftung Pakistan Office


Contact Details
Postal Address: 76-B, Nisar Road, Lahore Cantt-54800 Telephone: 042-36668 640, 042-36666 322 Fax: 042-36664899 Email: lahoreoffice@hbfasia.org Website: www.boell-pakistan.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Heinrich-Boll-Foundation was established in Pakistan in 1993 to support and strengthen participation, pluralism and the rule of law in the region. The foundation's educational activities have a political basis, an ethical outlook, and strive to promote various forms of cultural expression. Its Pakistan office has created a niche for it is very well acclaimed amongst civil society, in women organisations, in peace circles, amongst think-tanks, academics and in the cultural scene. It also has its popularity amongst the human rights groups. The organisation supports grass root initiatives for women.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Women - Democracy - Ecology - Conflict Resolution

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Thematic focus - Past track record - Capacity (human resource and financial)

Support Options
- Technical and financial support

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HTSPE
Contact Details
Postal Address: HTSPE Ltd - Pakistan Office, 107, First Floor Dossul Arcade, Khayaban-e-Quaid-e-Azam, Islamabad Telephone: 051-287 5921 Fax: 051-287 5907 E-mail: mir.quasmi@htspe.com.pk Website: www.htspe.com.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Founded in 1953, HTS pioneered the sustainable development of natural resources to reduce poverty in the developing world. HTSPE is a leading international consultancy company which unites two long-established names - HTS Development and P-E International - to offer unrivalled technical and geographical breadth.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Agriculture - Drainage - Trade - Environment - Refugees, Disasters - Water - Education - Poverty reduction - Governance

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Disaster affected people - Students

Support Options
Coordination between NGOs Student sponsorship Consultancies Technical education/assistance Capacity building

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Islamic Development Bank


Contact Details
Postal Address: Islamic Development Bank, Field Office, Room 415, CBlock, Pakistan Secretariat, Islamabad Telephone: 051-9222249 Website: www.isdb.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Islamic Development Bank was established in 1973 to foster the economic development and social progress of member countries and Muslim communities individually as well as jointly in accordance with the principles of Shari'ah i.e., Islamic Law.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Economic development and social progress - Infrastructure development - Culture

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Member countries - Muslim communities in non-member countries

Support Options
- Loan, Leasing and Instalment Sale - Istisna'a Equity - Lines of Financing - Training - Technical assistance - Scholarships and special assistance

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Islamic Relief of Pakistan


Contact Details
Postal Address: House 85, Street 59, Sector F-11/4 , Islamabad Telephone: 051-2114212 Fax: 051-2114170 E-mail: info@irp.org.pk Website: www.islamic-relief.com

Brief Organisational Profile


Islamic Relief (IR) is an international relief and development charity, which aims to alleviate the suffering of the world's poorest people. It is an independent NGO founded in the UK in 1984 by Dr Hany El Banna.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Disasters - Sustainable economic and social development - Education - Health - Children - Water and sanitation - HIV AIDS

Geographical Area of Operation


Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, AJK, Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Orphans, Poor and Marginalised people - Local communities - Government - Local organisations

Support Options
- Training - Advocacy - Fundraising

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John M. Lloyd Foundation


Contact Details
Postal Address: 11777 San Vicente Boulevard, Suite 745 Los Angeles, California 90049 Telephone: +1-310-622-1050 Fax : +1-310-622-1070 Email: info@johnmlloyd.org Website: www.johnmlloyd.org/

Brief Organisational Profile


The John M. Lloyd Foundation was created in 1991 by John Musser Lloyd (1948-1991) to seek solutions to the AIDS epidemic ravaging the world. The John M. Lloyd Foundation amplifies its funding through flexibility in supporting novel, entrepreneurial projects that have a high likelihood of affecting social change with regard to HIV/AIDS. NGOs/institutions in Pakistan are eligible to apply for the foundation's grants.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Advocacy for evidenced-based policies - Mobilisation support for fight against HIV/AIDS

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Thematic focus - Potential leveraging effect

Support Options
- Small Grants

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Mercy Corps
Contact Details
Postal Address: House 36,Street 1, F-6/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2878082-4 Website: www.mercycorps.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Mercy Corps is a global aid agency engaged in transitional environments that have experienced some sort of shock: natural disaster, economic collapse, or conflict. Mercy Corps consistently ranks as one of America's most effective and efficient charitable organisations. Mercy Corps has been working in Pakistan since 1985.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Agricultural Development - Learning for Effective Aid Policy and Practice - Urban Programming - Community Mobilisation - Climate Change - Conflict Management - Disaster Risk Reduction - Market Development - Food Security - Health - Youth Development, Sports - Women empowerment

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Disaster affected people Communities Children Rural families Civil society Disabled people Refugees, IDPs Government Departments Marginalised groups, Extremely poor people - Women - Youth

Support Options
Medical care Clean water and sanitation Training Sports and recreational facilities for displaced people - Urban programming - Advocacy - Repairing bridges, schools, clinics and other buildings - Financial services/ awareness - Microfinance 25

Microsoft NGO connection


(Initiative of Microsoft International USA)
Contact Details
Postal Address: Microsoft Corporation, One Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA 98052-6399 USA Website: http://www.microsoft.com/About/CorporateCitizenship/ CommunityInvestment/NGO/en/us/default.mspx Email: capk@microsoft.com

Brief Organisational Profile


Founded in 1975 by Bill Gates and Paul Allen, today Microsoft is one of the largest and most successful companies in the world. Microsoft's NGO Connection is an initiative to assist organisations with the use of technology as a tool for effectively working on projects and programmes. The initiative provides NGOs resources including monetary support to use software applications and internet, more effectively build websites and manage projects to more effectively serve the community.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Providing relief to the poor - Advancing education - Improving social welfare - Preserving culture - Preserving or restoring the environment

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Track record in working for communities

Support Options
- Cash Grants for Community - Technology Skills Programmes - Software grants - Hardware

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OXFAM, Pakistan
Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 201, Street 10, E7, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2653492, 2653341-2 Fax: 051-2653491 E-mail: oxfampak@oxfam.org.uk Website: www.oxfam.org.uk

Brief Organisational Profile


Oxfam works with partners and allies around the world to bring about lasting change. It works directly with communities to influence the powerful to ensure that poor people can improve their lives and livelihoods and have a say in decisions that affect them. The organisation believes that the respect for human rights will bring people out of poverty and this belief shapes its operations worldwide including Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Humanitarian assistance - Human rights - Advocacy - Emergencies/Disasters - Poverty

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Registration Thematic focus Past track record Capacity

Support Options
- Grants/loans - Technical assistance - Capacity building of communities (provision of equipment, training) - Transport/vehicles - Workshops/seminars

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PLAN Pakistan
Contact Details
Postal Address: Plan Pakistan, House No. 9, Street No. 32, F-7/1, Islamabad Telephone: 051-260 9435-4 Fax: 051-260 9442 Website: www.plan-international.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Founded over 70 years ago, Plan is one of the oldest and largest children's development organisations in the world. It works in 48 developing countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas to promote child rights and lift millions of children out of poverty.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Deprived children, their families and their communities

Support Options
Providing school facilities Financial services Vocational and technical skills Child sponsorship

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Population Council of Pakistan


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No. 7, Street No. 62, F-6/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051- 844 5566 Fax: 051-2821401 E-mail: pubinfo@popcouncil.org Website: www.popcouncil.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Headquartered in New York and established in 1952, the Population Council is an international, non-profit, nongovernmental organisation that seeks to improve the well-being and reproductive health of current and future generations around the world and to help achieve a humane, equitable, and sustainable balance between people and resources. Population council has been working in Pakistan since 1957.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Reproductive health, Population - Women - HIV/AIDS - Education - Poverty Reduction - Youth - Sexual and gender based violence - Urbanisation - Environment

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Vulnerable populations - Youth - Communities of rural areas - Government - Women - Children

Support Options
- Research based technical assistance - Capacity building - Training of trainers - Family planning services - Financial literacy - Integrating health services

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Rockefeller Foundation USA


Contact Details
Postal Address: 420 Fifth Ave, New York, NY 10018 Telephone: +1-212- 869-8500 Fax: +1-212-764-3468 Website: www.rockefellerfoundation.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The Rockefeller Foundation envisions a world with Smart Globalisation a world in which globalisation's benefits are more widely shared and social, economic, health, and environmental challenges are more easily weathered. It supports work that enhances communities' resilience to face acute crises and chronic stresses, whether manmade, ecological, or both. This is our 21st century interpretation of the Foundation's pioneering and enduring philanthropic mission to promote the well-being of humanity.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Food and shelter - Climate and environment - Urbanisation - Social and Economic security

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Thematic focus

Support Options
- Grants

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Save the Children-UK (SC-UK)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 97, Main Double Road , F-10/1, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2113324 Fax: 051-2113317 E-mail: office@scfuk-pak.org.pk Website: www.savethechildren.org.uk

Brief Organisational Profile


Save the Children-UK started working in Pakistan in 1979 to help the government face Afghan refugees' crisis arising because of the former USSR's invasion of Afghanistan. It is now working with local organisations to improve children's experience of schools and to keep them healthy and safe from harm. The organisation uses its experience of working with and learning from children to campaign for changes to national policies and legislation that affect young people.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Health (new born children) - Support to children in emergencies such as war and other disasters

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Registration Thematic focus Past track record Capacity

Support Options
- Grants - Technical assistance - Training/Skills development

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Save the Children-US (SC-US)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 1, Street 15-A, Main Margalla Road, Islamabad Telephone: 051 - 111-107-108 Fax: 051 - 2653412 E-mail: pafo@savechildren.org.pk Website: www.savethechildren.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Save the Children - US is the leading independent organisation creating lasting change in the lives of children in need in the United States and around the world. It has worked continuously in Pakistan since 1979 and served children and women as well as Afghan refugee families through relief and long-term development programmes.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Health & Nutrition - Livelihood

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Registration Thematic focus Past track record Capacity

Support Options
- Grants - Technical assistance - Training/Skills development

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Shell Pakistan Limited


Contact Details
Postal Address: Shell House, 6 Ch. Khaliquzzaman Road,Clifton, Karachi Telephone : 021 - 35689525 Fax: 021 - 35684355, 35689320 Email: pk-issuefeedback@shell.com Website: www.shell.com.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Over the last decade, Shell Pakistan Limited has developed a robust programme of social investment, which supports organisations and initiatives in the areas of health, education, welfare, community development, heritage and environment. The organisation believes in and supports community-led development initiatives.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education or skills development - Community development or social cohesion - Health, environment and safety-related issues - Enterprise development and capacity building

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Thematic focus - Demand-driven sustainable initiatives - Replication prospects

Support Options
- Grants

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Sight Savers International (SSI)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 2, Street # 10, F 7/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051 - 2651276, 2653990, 2650809 Fax: 051 - 2651275 E-mail: info@sightsavers.org Website: www.sightsavers.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Founded in the 1950s by Sir John Wilson, Sight Savers works to combat blindness in developing countries, restoring sight through specialist treatment and eye care. It also supports people who are irreversibly blind by providing education, counselling and training.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Visual impairment/blindness

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Past track record - Organisational health (administrative and technical)

Support Options
- Small grants - Equipment/Computers etc.

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South Asia Partnership Pakistan (SAP-PK)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Haseeb Memorial Trust Building, Nasirabad, Raiwind Road, Thokar Niaz Beg, Lahore Telephone: 042-35311702 Fax: 042-35311710 Email: info@sappk.org Website: www.sappk.org

Brief Organisational Profile


South Asia Partnership Pakistan (SAP-PK) was established in 1987 to help the poor raise a voice for their rights. It is a volunteer network of participatory development-support organisations operating in Canada and four South Asian countries, i.e., Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Since 1990, SAP-Pakistan has been involved in the process of formation, capacity building and providing financial and technical support to community based organisations (CBOs) and groups of citizens. In these years, SAP-PK has also worked extensively with national, regional and international organisations on different research, advocacy and development partnership programmes.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Democratic governance - Poverty and sustainable livelihood - Human security and safe environment - Peace and regional cooperation - Gender and development

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Registration Thematic focus Geographic focus Capacity Governing body Past track record Gender sensitive working

Support Options
Technical assistance Training/skills development Provision of equipment Information sharing/advice

35

Trcaire
Contact Details
Postal Address: House No 26-B, St. No 63, F-8/4 Islamabad, Pakistan Telephone: 051-2851147 Fax: 051-2851148

Brief Organisational Profile


Trcaire is the official overseas development agency of the Catholic Church in Ireland. It works with local communities where ever it is involved in development process. The result is that the solutions it envisages are not only achieved but they are sustainable. It has been active for the past 20 years in Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Bonded labour - DRR - Gender based violence - IDPs - Reconstruction

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Registration Thematic focus Capacity Past track record

Support Options
- Grants/loans - Training/skills development - Information/advice

36

Trust for Voluntary Organisations (TVO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 28, Embassy Road, G-6/4, Islamabad Telephone: 051-9211399 Fax: 051-2275803 Email: tvo@isb.comsats.net.pk Website: www.tvo.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The Trust for Voluntary Organisations (TVO) was created as an indigenous grant-making organisation in 1990. The Trust works for strengthening the contribution of NGOs towards a broader goal of improving the quality of life of the neglected segments of Pakistani population.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty Alleviation - Primary Education - Primary Health Care - Safe Drinking Water Supply - Rehabilitation of the Disabled

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Registration Past track record Capacity Experience in community-led initiatives

Support Options
- Grants - Equipment/furniture as part of grant - Training

37

Unilever Pakistan Limited


Contact Details
Postal Address: Avari Plaza, Fatima Jinnah Road, Karachi. Telephone: 021-35660062 Website: www.unileverpakistan.com.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Established in 1890s, Unilever has been working toward promoting health and hygiene across the world as part of its founders' vision. It has always been making efforts to produce products that have a positive social impact. To meet this objective, Unilever sponsors 5-10 projects that promote health and hygiene in the country.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health ( children & mothers) - Water and Sanitation

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus - Capacity - Past track record

Support Options
- Grants

38

Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No. 336, Street No. 32, F-11/2, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2875574, 2823332 Fax: 051- 2821250 Email: afaq.ali@vsoint.org Website: www.vso.org.uk

Brief Organisational Profile


VSO is the world's leading independent international development organisation that works through volunteers to fight poverty in developing countries. Though it has suspended most of its operations, its national volunteering programme is active in Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Governance - Education - HIV/AIDS

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities especially from rural areas - Women - Children - Disabled people - People living with HIV and AIDS

Support Options
- Teachers training/skills development programmes - Advocacy, study tours, thematic workshops - In-country partner exchanges

39

Water Aid Pakistan


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No.608, Service Road, East/Wahid Public School Road, G-10/4, Islamabad Telephone: 051-212761/2212790

Brief Organisational Profile


Water Aid is an international NGO which focuses on improving access to safe water, hygiene, and sanitation in the world's poorest communities.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Water - Sanitation - Hygiene

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Thematic focus - Past track record - Profile

Support Options
- Technical support and capacity building of partner NGOs

40

Winrock International Pakistan


Contact Details
Postal Address: Winrock International Pakistan Office, House 20, Street 19, F-7/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051-265 2258 E-mail: information@winrock.org Website: www.winrock.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Winrock International was founded in 1985 as a non-profit organisation in the United States to empower the disadvantaged, increase economic opportunity, and sustain natural resources across the world. Winrock supports the linking of local individuals and communities with new ideas and technology with the goal of increasing long-term productivity, equity, and responsible resource management to benefit the poor and disadvantaged of the world.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Civil Society strengthening - Women empowerment - Youth leadership and education - Enterprise and Agriculture - Environment

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Thematic focus - Past track record - Capacity

Support Options
- Grants - Technical Assistance - Training

41

The United States Institute of Peace (USIP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 1200 17th Street N.W. - Washington, D.C. 20036 Telephone: +1-202-457-1700 Fax: +1-202-429-6063 Website: www.usip.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The USIP is an independent, non-partisan, national institution established to promote stability, development and formation of intellectual capital across the globe. The Institute does this by empowering others with knowledge, skills and resources, as well as by directly engaging in peace-building efforts around the globe. The Institute makes grants for policy-oriented research, media projects and capacity building in the area of its interests across the world.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Conflict resolution - Education reforms - Civil Society - Religion and peace keeping - Women and girls in conflict and peace keeping - Rule of law and transitional justice - Social, psychological and physical impact of conflicts - Economies and conflicts

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus - Past track record - Capacity

Support Options
- Grants - Fellowship

42

BILATERAL/MULTILATERAL AGENCIES

Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Australian High Commission, Pakistan, Constitution Avenue, Ispahani Road, Diplomatic Enclave No. 1, Sector G-5/4, Islamabad Telephone: 051-282 4345 Fax: 051-282 0112 Website: www.ausaid.gov.au

Brief Organisational Profile


The Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) has become very active in supporting development in Pakistan. In 2009, the Australian Government doubled development funding to Pakistan and this is further set to increase under Australia multi-year development partnership with Pakistan which is under negotiation. AusAid works through government, international agencies, and NGOs.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human rights - Health (maternal and child health) - Basic education - Reconstruction and Rehabilitation - Strengthening Participatory Organisation

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus - Past track record

Support Options
- Small grants - Training - Capacity building

45

Canada Fund for Local Initiatives, Canadian International Development Agency (CFLI-CIDA)
Contact Details
Postal Address: High Commission of Canada, P. O. Box 1042, Islamabad, Pakistan Telephone: 051-208-6000 Fax: 051-2086900 Email: isbad@international.gc.ca Website: www.canadainternational.gc.ca/pakistan

Brief Organisational Profile


The CFLI is the successor to the Mission Administered Fund, which was created in 1972 to support small community-led initiatives in Pakistan. Since May 1993, the CFLI has operated under CIDA's Guidelines. The CFLI supports hundreds of organisations, many of which are in very remote areas of the country. It focuses on basic human needs of communities to improve the quality of basic social services provided in Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Primary education - Basic health welfare - Rural water supply and sanitation

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Sustainability - Strong management practices - Past track record

Support Options
- Grants

46

CIDA's Programme for Advancement of Gender Equality (PAGE)


Contact Details
Postal Address: High Commission of Canada, P. O. Box 1042, Islamabad, Pakistan Telephone: 051-208-6000 Fax: 051-2086900 Email: isbad@international.gc.ca Website: www.canadainternational.gc.ca/pakistan

Brief Organisational Profile


PAGE was created by the Canadian Government to support gender equity in developing countries. It operates through NGOs and government organisation to achieve this objective. The PAGE also provides partners with knowledge building and networking opportunities.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Women's rights - Health - Education - Economic empowerment

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Sustainability - Strong management practice - Past track record

Support Options
- Grants

47

Department for International Development, (DFID)


Contact Details
Postal Address: DFID Pakistan British High Commission, Diplomatic Enclave, Ramna 5 Islamabad, Pakistan Telephone : 051-201 2000 Fax : 051-201 2028 E-mail: enquiry@dfid.gov.uk Website: www.dfid.gov.uk

Brief Organisational Profile


DFID is a part of the UK government that manages Britain's aid to poor countries. It helps developing countries in achieving the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs). DFID works with government, international organisations and NGOs to achieve this objective. In 2010, DFID made operational a Development Innovation Fund to provide specific small scale, one-off support that directly targets poverty in the developing world.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Humanitarian support - Education - Mainstreaming people with disabilities - Reconstruction and Rehabilitation - Decentralisation

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Capacity - Past track record - Geographical focus - For Development Innovation Fund, in addition to above, the applicants must show: - how the proposed initiative is an innovation; and - how lessons from project implementation will be shared with the UK.

Support Options
- Technical assistance - Training/Skill development - Information sharing and advice

48

Embassy of Japan - Grassroots Assistance Programme, (GRA)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 53-70, Ramna 5/4 Diplomatic Enclave-1, Islamabad Telephone : 051-9072500 Fax : 051-9072352 Email: japanggp@ib.mofa.go.jp Website: www.pk.emb-japan.go.jp

Brief Organisational Profile


As part of the Official Development Assistance (ODA) to developing countries, Japan has been supporting non-government organisations (NGOs), community based organisations (CBOs), Local Governments (LGs) and other non-profit organisations with grants under GRA. The objective of this assistance programme is to facilitate people in meeting their Basic Human Needs (BHN) in the socio-economic development sectors.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Basic education - Primary health - Vocational training/Skill development - Special education - Agriculture - Public welfare/basic infrastructure - Environment

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Two years audited financial statements - Past track record - Thematic and geographic focus

Support Options
- Grants - Furniture/Equipment if required to implement grant-financed projects

49

European Union-Delegation of the European Commission in Pakistan (EC)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Delegation of the European Union to Pakistan, House # 9, Street # 88 G-6/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2271828 Fax: 051- 2822604 Email: delegation-pakistan@ec.europa.eu Website: http://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/how/finance/index_en.htm

Brief Organisational Profile


The Delegation has been active in Pakistan since mid 1980s. It works toward strengthening the relations between the EU and Pakistan through enhanced mutual understanding, and in particular, by co-operating with Pakistan in its development objectives through the development co-operation programme and promoting EU-Pakistan trade and investment through the EU trade policy and economic co-operation activities.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Reconstruction - Education - Child labour - Rural development - Reproductive health - Poverty alleviation - Human Rights - Water and sanitation

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus - Capacity - Past track record - Geographical focus - Governing body 50

Support Options
- Grants

Embassy of the Government of Federal Republic of Germany, (BMZ)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Ramna 5, Diplomatic Enclave, Islamabad Telephone: 051 - 227 94 30-35 Fax: 051 - 227 94 36 Email: info@islamabad.diplo.de Website: www.islamabad.diplo.de

Brief Organisational Profile


Germany's development cooperation with Pakistan started in the early 1960s and is mainly funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). The German Embassy is implementing a Micro-ProjectScheme since 1980 to support the underprivileged groups of society (e.g. committees, associations, welfare societies, schools, kindergartens etc) to improve their social and economic situation through self-help projects.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Basic education - Health - Water and Power for the poor

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Thematic focus - Capacity (Human resource and finance) - Past track record

Support Options
- Grants

51

Global Environment FacilitySmall Grants Programme (SGM)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 25 / 26, Bagh-e-Irum, Near Muhammadi Town, Qasimabad, Hyderabad Telephone: 022-3830026, 3830031 Fax: 022-3830017 Email: masood.lohar@undp.org Website: www.undp.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Established in 1992, the SGM SGP embodies the very essence of sustainable development. It operates through NGOs and CBOs for activities that conserve and restore the environment while enhancing people's well-being and livelihoods. The SGM is implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on behalf of the GEF partnership, and executed by the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS).

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Climate change, adaptation - Biodiversity - International waters - Persistent organic pollutants - Land degradation

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus

Support Options
- Grants

52

Global Sanitation Fund (GSF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: WASH Coordinator-Pakistan, Suite 3, first floor 64-E Masco Plaza Blue Area, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2820359, 051-282 0369 Fax: 051-282 0379 Email: squtub@yahoo.com Website: http://www.wsscc.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) is a UN Trust Fund hosted by the United Nations Office of Project Services (UNOPS) on behalf of the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC). The GSF will be operational in Pakistan in 2010. It would fund activities that are consistent with sanitation policies and action plans.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Sanitation marketing - Hygiene promotion - Replication of Community Led Total Sanitation/School Led Total Sanitation initiatives

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus - Geographic focus (people living in the poorest regions getting priority) - Past track record

Support Options
- Grants

53

Hellenic Aid Government of Greece


Contact Details
Postal Address: Greece Embassy, Pakistan School Road, Sector F-6/2, Islamabad, Pakistan Telephone: 051-282-5186, 051-282-2558, 051-282-5720 Fax: 051-853-8985 Email: gremb.isl@mfa.gr Website: http://greece.visahq.com/embassy/Pakistan

Brief Organisational Profile


Greece takes active part in the international alliance against poverty and, from 2000 onwards, grows into a bilateral donor country. Hellenic Aid is the competent department in the Greek Foreign Ministry that coordinates and monitors programmes of humanitarian and development aid.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Strengthening NGOs/CSOs - Support for the Achievement of MDGs

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration as non-profit entity - Thematic focus - Capacity ( human and financial) - Past track record

Support Options
- Grants

54

International Labour Organization (ILO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: ILO Building, G-5/2, Adjacent to State Bank of Pakistan, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2276456-8 Fax: 051-2279181-2 Email: orwayad@ilo.org Website: www.ilo.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Pakistan is the member of ILO since it was created in 1947. The institution supports the implementation of international labour standards in member states with a view to achieving decent employment for all. The ILO is providing technical support in policy formulation and institutional developments

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Vocational training and vocational rehabilitation - Employment policy - Labour administration - Labour law and industrial relations - Working conditions - Management development - Cooperatives Social security - Labour statistics - Occupational safety and health

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus - Past track record - Capacity

Support Options
Grants/loans Training Skills Development Information sharing/advice Equipment

55

IUCN
Contact Details
Postal Address: IUCN, House 9, Street 64, Sector F-8/4, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2850250 E-mail: ail@iucn.org Website: www.iucnp.org

Brief Organisational Profile


IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, helps the world find pragmatic solutions to our most pressing environment and development challenges. It is among the world's largest conservation networks. Its mission is to work for conserving the integrity and diversity of nature, and to ensure that use of natural resources is equitable and ecologically sustainable.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Climate Change - Environmental Economics - Business and Biodiversity - Environmental Impact Assessment - Integrated Water Resource Management - Integrated Coastal Zone Management - Ecosystem & Livelihood.

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus - Capacity - Past track record

Support Options
- Grants - Technical assistance

56

International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD)


Contact Details
Postal Address: IFAD, H No. 39, Street 27, F-6/2, Islamabad Telephone: 051-8355859 E-mail: q.shah@ifad.org Website: www.ifad.org

Brief Organisational Profile


IFAD stands to combat rural poverty through rural development. It makes an effort to reach out to the poor particularly communities in remote and marginalised areas across the country, where infrastructure and services are limited, access to inputs and markets is uncertain and institutional capabilities are often inadequate. Though it largely works through the Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund, it also involves civil society organisations, particularly NGOs, other non-profit organisations and community-based organisations in projects.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Agriculture and livestock - Regional equality - Capacity building for Innovation

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Registration Thematic focus Geographical focus Technical and financial strength of organisation - Past track record

Support Options
- Loan - Grants - Technical assistance

57

Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Royal Norwegian Embassy, P.O Box 1336, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2279720-4 Fax: 051-2279726-29 Email: emb_islamabad@info.na Website: www.norway.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


NORAD seeks to improve economic, social, and political conditions for the populations of developing countries with emphasis on the poorest people. Most of the assistance is directed toward civil society/NGOs. Among thematic areas defined by Norway, the three of principal importance in Terra Viva Grants are: Climate Change and the Environment; Energy; and Economic Development.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Climate change - Energy - Economic Development

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Thematic focus

Support Options
- Technical assistance - Educationand capacity building - Research

58

Pakistan Water Partnership


Contact Details
Postal Address: Pakistan Water Partnership, 573, Street 50, I-8/2,Islamabad Telephone: 051-435 9007 Fax: 051-486 4271 E-mail: pwp@pwp.org.pk Website: www.pwp.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Pakistan Water Partnership, established in 1999, is an extension of the Global Water Partnership which is focusing its attention on water rights and access to clean water. The Global Water Partnership (GWP) was created in 1996.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Water resource management - Human resource - Environment - Agriculture and Irrigation

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Public and Private Sector - Women and Youth Groups - Civil Society - Farmers - Household water users - Housewives - Local level NGOs

Support Options
- Awareness raising - Coordination with other international agencies - Advice and services - Seminars

59

Royal Netherlands Embassy (RNE)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Plot 167, Street No 15, Sector G-5 Diplomatic Enclave, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2004 444 Fax: 051-2004 333 E-Mail: isl@minbuza.nl Website: www.netherlandsembassy.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Government of Netherlands through its Embassy in Islamabad has been engaged in support for economic and social programmes in Pakistan. The Embassy works with the public sector, NGOs, Civil Society and the private sector for development. Funds are available to finance projects that are of mutual interests to the governments of Pakistan and Netherlands. In April 2009, the Netherlands announced its intention to assist Pakistan with an amount of over 86 million Euro for the period up to 2011.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty reduction - Health - Gender - Education - Environment

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Project duration should not exceed 12 months - Estimated project cost should not exceed Rs.2.5 million - Capacity - An organisation can get financing for one project only in five years. - Past track record and organisational capacity 60

Support Options
- Grants

ShoreBank International
Contact Details
Postal Address: 262, Street 5, F 10/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2297928-9 Fax: 051-2297930 E-mail: contact@sbksbi.com Website: www.shorebankinternational.com

Brief Organisational Profile


ShoreBank Corporation is America's first community development and environmental bank established in 1970. Headquartered in Chicago, ShoreBank is a $2.4 billion company with banks and nonprofits in different states of USA.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Financial Services - Housing - Micro Finance, Small Businesses - Environment - Economic equality

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Customers - Communities

Support Options
- Research on various financial services such as faith based banking, environmental banking

61

Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 21, Street 18, F 6/2, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2279280 Fax: 051-2824872 E-mail: islamabad@sdc.net Website: www.sdcpakistan.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) is the international cooperation agency of Switzerland within the Swiss Foreign Ministry. As such SDC is also in charge of the cooperation programme with Pakistan. It uses Human Rights Based Approach in supporting development initiatives in Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Income generation - Governance - Reconstruction and Rehabilitation

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit-Baltistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Thematic focus - Capacity

Support Options
- Grants - Capacity building of CBOs/CCBs

62

United States Agency for International Development (USAID)


Contact Details
Postal Address: USAID American Embassy, Ramna 5, Diplomatic Enclave, Islamabad Telephone: 051-20800000 Fax: 051-2824785 Website: www.usaid.gov.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Headquartered in Washington, D.C and with field offices in many of the countries including Pakistan, USAID has been active in Pakistan right from its inception. The scale of support has increased in the wake of rise in militancy in Pakistan. The Country Assistance Strategy for Pakistan (2010-2014), which is currently under implementation, seeks to strengthen strategic partnership with the Pakistani people and their government. The strategy aligns U.S. assistance more closely with Pakistan's development and investment priorities with the view to facilitating improved service delivery to the citizens.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Economic growth - Agriculture and trade - Global health - Democracy - Conflict prevention - Humanitarian assistance

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Past track record - Thematic focus - Geographic focus - Strength of technical and financial proposal

Support Options
- Grants - Technical assistance

63

UN HABITAT
Contact Details
Postal Address: G.P.O. Box 1980, Islamabad, Pakistan Telephone: 051-2612983 E-mail: info@unhabitat.org.pk Website: www.unhabitat.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The United Nations Human Settlements Programme, UN-HABITAT, is the United Nations agency for human settlements. It promotes socially and environmentally sustainable towns and cities with the goal of providing adequate shelter for all. The UN-HABITAT's programmes are designed to help policy-makers and local communities get to grips with the human settlements and urban issues and find workable, lasting solutions. The UN-HABITAT makes grants from the Opportunities Fund for Urban Youth-Led Development which NGOs in Pakistan can also obtain.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Gender - Water and sanitation - Participatory urban planning and management - Water and Sanitation - Pro-poor land and housing - Environmentally sound urban infrastructure - Strengthened human settlement finance system - Disaster relief

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Registration Thematic focus Capacity Past track record

Support Options
- Grants

64

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes (UNODC)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House 50, Street 1, F-6/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2206114, 2206095 Fax: 051 - 2206114 Email: christy.mccampbell@unodc.org Website: www.unodc.org

Brief Organisational Profile


UNODC is a global leader in the fight against illicit drugs and international crime. This office was established in 1997 to prevent drug abuse and HIV/AIDS. It works through government agencies and focuses on vulnerable segments of society especially women, children and prisoners.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- HIV/AIDS - Drug abuse - Illegal trade (drugs and human)

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group

Support Options
- Technical assistance - Capacity building

65

United Nations International Children Emergency Fund (UNICEF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: UNICEF, UNHCR Building, Diplomatic Enclave 2, Quaid-e-Azam University Road, G-4, Islamabad, Telephone: 051-2097711/2097700-30 Fax: 051-8357724 Email: mmogwanja@unicef.org Website: www.unicef.org

Brief Organisational Profile


UNICEF manages a regular country programme in all of Pakistan's four provinces and a humanitarian recovery programme in the earthquake affected areas in the north of the country. UNICEF works with the Government of Pakistan, international development partners, UN agencies, local and international NGOs and communities so that the best support can be given to millions of vulnerable children and women.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Education - Protection against vulnerability - Water and Sanitation - Communication - Advocacy/Research - Emergency relief

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Registration Thematic focus Past track record Capacity Governing body Geographical focus

Support Options
Grants Technical assistance Training/Skills Development Information sharing/advice Equipment

66

United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM)


Contact Details
Postal Address: UNIFEM, UNHCR Building, Diplomatic Enclave No.2, G-4, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2600982, 051-8357724 Fax: 051-2279455 Email: unifem.pakistan@unifem.org Website: www.unifem.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


UNIFEM collaborates closely with civil society and women's organisations both as a) partners in advocacy and lobbying with the government around implementation of gender equality in national laws, policies and strategies b) as partners in the implementation of specific initiatives at local and national level.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Violence against women - HIV/AIDS - Human rights

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus - Past track record - Capacity

Support Options
- Grants - Technical assistance

67

The World Bank (WB)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No. 20-A, Shahrah-e-Jamhuriat, G-5/1, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2279641, 9090103 Fax: 051-2279648 Email: mariamaltaf@worldbank.org Website: www.worldbank.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Founded in 1944, the World Bank is the world's largest source of development assistance. The World Bank's mission is to reduce poverty and improve living standards for people in the developing world. The World Bank manages several types of funding mechanisms geared to providing funding directly to CSOs. Most of these funding mechanisms are managed out of World Bank's Headquarters, although some of these are also administered at many of the Bank's country offices. The Bank created the Social Development Civil Society Fund (CSF) in 1983 to directly support activities of civil society organisations (CSO). The Bank also administers the Japan Social Fund for Development (JSFD) and other funds for grants to NGOs in developing countries including Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Empowerment - Social Development - JSDF - Poverty alleviation - Capacity building of civil society/NGOs

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Thematic focus - Past track record - Capacity (financial and human resources) - Leveraging effect of proposed initiative

Support Options
- Grants - Technical assistance

68

World Food Programme (WFP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: c/o Marriott Hotel, Aga Khan Road, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2826121/35 Email: wolfgang.herbinger@wfp.org Website: www.wfp.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Established in 1962, WFP pursues a vision of the world in which every man, woman and child has access at all times to the food needed for an active and healthy life. It is usually the first agency that responds with food support to countries that face natural and other calamities.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Emergency response - Nutrition, Procurement - Food security - Logistics - Climate Change - Livelihood

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Past track record (two years) - Audited financial statements - Capacity

Support Options
- Livelihood and other grants for the poor especially ones affected by disasters

69

World Health Organisation (WHO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Near N.I.H. Laboratory, Chak Shahzad, Islamabad. Telephone: 051-9255184/5-9255077 Fax: 051-9255083 Email: bilek@pak.emro.who.int, wr@pak.emro.who.int Website: www.Whopak.org

Brief Organisational Profile


WHO was established in 1948 as the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Nutrition - Housing - Sanitation - Working conditions - Environment - Health - Women, Reproductive Health - Human Rights - Humanitarian Relief, Emergency Relief, Disaster Management - Drug Abuse - Advocacy/ Research

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Past track record (two years) - Thematic focus - Geographic focus - Capacity

Support Options
- Limited grants to NGOs - NGOs already involved in projects of interests to the WHO.

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World Population Foundation (WPF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No. 285, Street No. 27, Sector F-11/2, Islamabad Telephone: 051-211 0539 Fax: 051-211 0536 Website: www.wpfpak.org

Brief Organisational Profile


WPF established its field office in Islamabad in 1998-99 for enhancement of reproductive rights of underdeveloped communities, through information sharing and capacity building.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Youth - Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) - Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) including HIV and AIDS - Sexual Abuse - Population welfare

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Young people (aged 10-24 years) - Women - Underdeveloped communities - Government departments - Civil Society Organisations - Media

Support Options
- Advocacy - Awareness - Developing and strengthening youth-friendly/life-skills friendly systems - Family planning - Capacity building - Assessment studies, research - Institutional strengthening - Resource Mobilisation

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World Wide Fund for NaturePakistan


Contact Details
Postal Address: PO Box 5180, Ferozpur Road, Lahore Telephone: 042-5869429, 5862360 Fax: 042- 5862358 E-mail: info@wwf.org.pk Website: www.wwfpak.org

Brief Organisational Profile


WWF - Pakistan is one component of the WWF International family network which is committed to preserving nature. The Foundation runs a Small grants Programme (SGP) since 1986 to support community led initiatives for protecting the environment. The foundation involves communities in order to help them better understand their fundamental dependence on environment and their responsibilities towards conserving it.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Forests - Freshwater - Marine Species - Climate Change

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Thematic focus - Past track record

Support Options
- Grants

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GOVERNMENT-LED ORGANISATIONS

Agribusiness Support Fund (ASF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 144-Central Commercial Area, DD Block, Phase IV, Defence Housing Authority (DHA), Lahore. Telephone: 042-35749081-3, 042-35899761-2 Fax: 042-35749084 E-mail: info@asf.org.pk Website: www.asf.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Agribusiness Support Fund (ASF) was established by the Ministry of Food, Agriculture & Livestock (MINFAL) with the support of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in 2006 to provide farmers, farmer groups, and entrepreneurs with demand-driven technical and managerial services on a matching grant basis to improve their productivity, competitiveness and creditworthiness to access financing for their enterprises.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Horticulture - Livestock and dairy

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Any individual or private sector organisation including NGOs that earns or intends to earn most of its revenue from agribusiness directly or by providing agribusiness development services including research support and extension services. - NGOs should have demonstrable experience in providing rural support services especially mobilising communities and forming them into more productive groups. - The groups so formed by the NGOs could apply for support from the fund if they meet the requirements stated above.

Support Options
- Grants - Technical assistance - Training and capacity building

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Access to Justice Development Fund (AJDF), Law and Justice Commission


Contact Details
Postal Address: AJDF Secretariat, Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan, Supreme Court Building, Constitution Avenue, Islamabad Telephone: 051-9208752 Fax: 051-9214797 Website: www.ljcp.gov.pk/Menu%20Items/AJDF

Brief Organisational Profile


AJDF was established with US$ 24 million assistance from the Asian Development Bank under the Access to Justice Programme. The fund invites proposals from time to time from eligible entities which include NGOs and support the projects that are approved by a high powered Technical Evaluation Committee of the Law and Justice Commission. AJDF is a demand driven expenditure characterised by a unique funding mechanism to sustain and deepen reforms in the justice sector.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Legal empowerment - Innovation in legal education - Legal and judicial research

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Past track record - Capacity

Support Options
- Grants

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Micro-Finance Social Development Fund (MSDF/CIF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Khushali Bank, Funds Secretariat, 94 West, Blue Area, Islamabad Telephone: 051-111-092-092 Fax: (051) 9206080 E-mail: noorahmed99@yahoo.com Website: www.khushhalibank.com.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


NCHD is a not for profit organisation working to transform lives by improving access to basic education and healthcare in the country's poorest communities. NCHD was established by the Government of Pakistan in 2002 as a statutory autonomous federal body, mandated with the role to support and augment human development efforts in Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Health

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Communities - Children - Volunteers - Government line departments - Unprivileged women - IDPs - International NGOs - Corporate organisations

Support Options
- Advocacy and resource mobilisation - Educational programmes - Training/ Skill development

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Musalihat Anjuman Project (MAP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Federal PMU, Ministry of Local Government & Rural Development, Government of Pakistan, 2nd Floor, State Life Building # 07, Blue Area, Islamabad Telephone: 051-9202476, 9202480 Fax: 051-9206598 Email: gjtmap@gmail.com Website: www.gjtmap.gov.pk/

Brief Organisational Profile


Musalihat Anjuman (MA) is a community-based informal project that promotes and safeguards the rights and entitlements of women and vulnerable groups at Union Council level through the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) system. The project started in 2005 and it is mainly funded by UNDP.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Gender violence - Child abuse - Labour, dowry and other human rights issues

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Victims of violence and abuse

Support Options
- Promoting community based, speedy dispute resolution - Capacity building of Musalihat Anjumans - Promoting awareness of ADR

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National Commission for Human Development (NCHD)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 14th Floor, Shaheed-e-Millat Secretariat, Jinnah Avenue, Islamabad Telephone: 051-9216200 Fax: 051-9216164 E-mail: info@nchd.org.pk Website: www.nchd.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


NCHD is a not for profit organisation working to transform lives by improving access to basic education and healthcare in the country's poorest communities. NCHD was established by the Government of Pakistan in 2002 as a statutory autonomous federal body, mandated with the role to support and augment human development efforts in Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Health

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Communities - Children - Volunteers - Government line departments - Unprivileged women - IDPs - International NGOs - Corporate organisations

Support Options
- Advocacy and resource mobilisation - Educational programmes - Training/ Skill development

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National Education Foundation


Contact Details
Postal Address: National Education Foundation, Teleemi Chowk, G-8/4, Islamabad, Pakistan. Telephone: 051-9261500, 9261392, 9262104 Fax: 051-9261400 Email: mail@nef.org.pk Website: www.nef.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


National Education Foundation, founded in 1994, implements public-private partnership initiatives to address critical educational development issues including gender equality, improvement in literacy standards, community participation and socio economic empowerment. The NEF works closely with non-government organisations (NGOs) and community- based organisations (CBOs) to enhance their capacity to provide basic education and literacy to the children of their communities. The current programmes not only provide education but also mobilise communities to meet their educational and development needs.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Gender equality - Improvement in literacy standards - Community participation - Empowerment

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registered - Maximum fee charged by schools should less than Rs.200/student

Support Options
- Grants - Infrastructure development for schools

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National Social Welfare Council (NCSW)


Contact Details
National Council for Social Welfare (NCSW), Islamabad Postal Address: 3-D Plaza, Sitara Market, G-7 Markaz, Islamabad Telephone: 051-9253115 Fax: 051-9253114 National Council of Social Welfare, Women Development and Baitulmal, Punjab Postal Address: Empress Road, Near Shimla Pahari, Lahore Telephone: 042-99204768 Fax: 042-99204148 Social Welfare Department, Sindh Postal Address: Block-79, Pakistan Secretariat, Karachi Telephone: 021-99202627 Fax: 021-99202631 Directorate of Social Welfare and Special Education, Balochistan Postal Address: Broori Road, Near Microwaves Office, Quetta Telephone: 081-9213172 Fax: 081-9213173 Directorate of Social Welfare Postal Address: Opposite Islamia College Gate # 2 Jamsoz Road, Peshawar Telephone: 091-921810 Fax: 091-9218218

Brief Organisational Profile


Social Welfare Councils were created at federal and provincial level in the early 1970s. Prior to that, these Councils existed in the former provinces of East and West Pakistan since 1954. These councils get their funds from the NSWC, Islamabad and disburse those in NGOs and other community organisations for implementing specific projects/programmes. The primary objective of the SWCs is to promote social welfare work in provinces with the support of NGOs/community organisations.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Social awareness - Civic responsibilities - Social welfare - Women development

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Thematic focus-tied grants for specific purpose only - Capacity - Geographic focus - Counterpart input ( in Punjab, an NGO is required to contribute one-third of the estimated project cost to the project)

Support Options
- Grants-in aid

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National Trust for Population Welfare (NATPOW)


Contact Details
Postal Address: NATPOW Head Office House No. 10, Street No. 60, F-7/4, Islamabad. Telephone: 051-9214457, 9205923, Fax: 051-9217266 Email: natpow1@comsats.net.pk Website: www.natpow.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


NATPOW was established as an autonomous NGO Umbrella Trust to strengthen the contribution of NGOs in social development. The organisation provides technical and financial assistance to NGOs/CBS by establishing centres of excellence and serving as forum for making grants to its beneficiaries

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Population welfare/reproductive health - Mother and child care - Community participation

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Governance arrangement - Past track record - Audited financial statements - Credibility with community

Support Options
- Grants

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Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No. 1, Street No. 20, F-7/2, Islamabad, Pakistan Telephone: 051- 111 000 102 Fax: 051-2652246 E-mail: info@ppaf.org.pk Website: www.ppaf.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF) represents an innovative model of public private partnership. Wholly sponsored by Govt. of Pakistan, the Fund targets poor rural and urban communities with specific emphasis on gender and empowerment of women. It makes an effort through communityled initiatives to lower the vulnerability facing the poor through income generation, improved physical and social infrastructure, and training and skills development support.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Gender - Infrastructure Development - Institutional Strengthening - Rural Development - Skill development - Water - Education - Disaster management

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Involvement in income generation schemes for the poor - Past track record in handling micro-credit/micro-finance initiatives and participatory development - Quality of Internal governance (internal audit, financial reporting, account keeping etc)

Support Options
- Micro-credit loans - Skills development training - Grants in emergencies

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Punjab Education Foundation (PEF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Head Office, PEF, 19 Ahmed Block, Garden Town Lahore, Pakistan. Telephone: 042-35940261-3, 042-35864611-3 Fax: 042-99230785 Email: pef@wol.net.pk, pef@pef.edu.pk Website: www.pef.edu.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The Punjab Education Foundation was established under the Punjab Education Foundation Act of 1991 as an autonomous statutory body to encourage and promote education in the private sector operating on non-commercial/ non-profit basis. The foundation's efforts are especially geared toward supporting the efforts of the private sector in providing education to the poor, through public private partnership. Its two programmes namely New School Programme (NSP) and Foundation-Assisted School (FAS) programme are very popular competitive and transparent means for supporting education in the province.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Public Private Partnership (3P) - Poverty reduction

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


New School Programme - Location - Need - Absence of similar facility under 3P within the radius of 2 Km. - Qualification ( intermediate for applicant) - Feasibility report Foundation-Assisted School - Minimum and maximum enrolment (100 & 500 respectively) - Preference to schools in rural areas and girls schools - School environment (infrastructure and hygiene) - Quality of staff - Competence test of students

Support Options
- Grants - Technical assistance

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Sindh Education Foundation (SEF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: SEF Head Office Plot 9, Block 7, Kehkashan Clifton 5 Karachi, Pakistan Telephone: 021-111-424-111, 021-9925659 Fax: 021- 9251652, 9251671 Email: info@sef.org.pk Website: www.sef.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The Sindh Education Foundation (SEF) has been working since 1992 to empower disadvantaged communities of Sindh towards social change by creating and facilitating new approaches to learning and education. The Foundation works on a diverse portfolio of programmes through promotion of Public, Private and Community Partnerships and seeks to address not only the goals of Education For All and quality education targets but also create greater ownership and sustainability of the educational interventions. The Foundation gets funds from the government of Sindh.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Community based learning - Private public partnership - Educational innovation

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Registration - Past track record - Thematic focus

Support Options
- Grants - Training - Technical assistance

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LOCAL NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANISATIONS

Aahung
Contact Details
Postal Address: Town House No. G-28 / 29, Embassy Villa 10, Ch. Khaliq-u-Zaman Road, Block 8 Clifton, Karachi Telephone: 021-5870244, 5821654 Email: aahung@cyber.net.pk Website: www.aahung.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Aahung is a Karachi-based NGO that has been working to improve the sexual health of men, women and adolescents since 1995. The Aahung team works towards enhancing the scope and improving the quality of services that uphold sexual health and rights.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Sexual and reproductive health - HIV AIDS, Child abuse - Women

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Needs-based assistance focused on education institutions especially those of girls and health institutions

Support Options
- Teachers' training - Networking

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Abdul Sattar Edhi Foundation


Contact Details
Postal Address: Sarafa Bazar, Boulton Market, Mithadar, Karachi. Telephone: 021-32421920 Fax: 021-32418753 E-mail: edhikarachi@hotmail.com Website: www.edhifoundation.com

Brief Organisational Profile


Abdul Sattar Edhi Foundation was established in 1951 campaigning against narcotics, illiteracy, population control and basic hygiene.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Housing - Emergencies - Social welfare

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Needs-based assistance for destitute, orphans, handicapped

Support Options
- Baby Cradles - Destitute Homes/Welfare Centres - Field/air ambulance service - Blood and drug banks - Cancer Research Hostel - Grave yard services - Edhi Emergency Posts, Refugees Assistance - Family planning counselling and maternity services

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Acid Survivors Foundation (ASF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No.1784, Street No. 10, I-10/2, Islamabad Telephone: 051-4430499 Fax: 051-4430499 Email: acidsurvivorsfoundation@gmail.com Website: www.acidsurvivorspakistan.org

Brief Organisational Profile


ASF is a Pakistani, non-profit organisation working since 2006 to eradicate acid violence from Pakistan and to facilitate rehabilitation of victims through mix of services it provides.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human rights - Gender equality

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Victims of acid attacks

Support Options
Medical treatment Psychosocial and legal support Media campaign Social rehabilitation, advocacy and lobbying - Capacity building

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Aga Khan Education Service, Pakistan (AKESP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No 384, F-17/B, Block VII, KDA Scheme 5, Clifton, Karachi Telephone: 021-35863281-5 Fax: 021- 35870736 Email: central@akesp.org Website: www.akdn.org/akesp

Brief Organisational Profile


Established in 1905 in India, AKES is one of six agencies of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) supporting activities in the field of education.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Governance

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Government agencies - Selected external partner

Support Options
- Technical support for childcentred teaching, female education, school-based teacher training

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Aga Khan Health Service, Pakistan (AKHSP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 516, Gold Street off Baritto Road, Karachi 74550 Telephone: 021-5361196-98 Fax: 021-35308140 Email: akhsp@akhsp.org Website: www.agakhanhospitals.org

Brief Organisational Profile


AKHSP started its operations in pre-partition Pakistan in city of Karachi. It provides high quality affordable health care across the country and especially focuses on serving the vulnerable groups and communities.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Children - Women

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Thematic and geographic focus - Government agencies - Selected external partner agencies

Support Options
- Early Childhood Development and Training Resource Development - Educating physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals, and primary health care institutions - Systematic prenatal care

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Agency for Technical Cooperation & Development (ACTED)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 24, Sumbal Road, F 10/2 - Islamabad Telephone: 051-2653035 E-mail: yannick.deville@acted.org Website: www.acted.org

Brief Organisational Profile


ACTED was established in 1993 engaged in supporting populations affected by crises. Contributing to eradication of poverty by supporting vulnerable civil population in situation of distress and/or during upheavals.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Emergency Response (social and economic crises) - Primary health care - Humanitarian relief

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Village organisation/leaders - Displaced people in camps

Support Options
- Health services - Food and non-food items - Clean water, shelters and sanitary infrastructures

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AKHUWAT
Contact Details
Postal Address: H No. 382, Block 15, Sector B-1, Township, Lahore Telephone: 042-35122743 Fax: 042-5122743 E-mail: akhuwatinfo@yahoo.com Website: www.akhuwat.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Akhuwat was established in 2001 with the objective of providing interest free micro credit to the poor so as to enhance their standard of living. It supports community development through microfinance and entrepreneurial development.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Microfinance - Capacity building - Audit system and financial planning - Girl education - Environment - Housing - Emergency

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Individuals living below the poverty line, having a reliable social capital, are not involved in any illegal business and possess entrepreneurial abilities.

Support Options
- Interest free loans/family loans - Skills development /training

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All Pakistan Women Association


Contact Details
Postal Address: APWA National Headquarter, 67/B, Garden Road, Karachi Telephone: 021-32252991, 32225854 Fax: 021-32221965 E-mail: apwanhq48@yahoo.com Website: www.apwapakistan.com

Brief Organisational Profile


APWA was established in 1949 to tackle the refugee crises that emerged as a result of partition between India and Pakistan. It was formed in recognition of the need for a national association to oversee, consolidate and coordinate women's activity for the social, cultural and economic empowerment of women and children in Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Health

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Focused on women and children

Support Options
- Advocacy for health and education rights - Micro-credit - Skills development - Health (Mother, child and reproductive) - Community Mobilisation - Legal aid (for the poor) - Support programme in schools

96

AMAL Human Development Network (AMAL)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House 11, Street 29, F-6/1 Islamabad Telephone: 051- 2827774 Fax: 051-2272491 Email: mails@amal-hdn.org Website: www.amal-hdn.org

Brief Organisational Profile


AMAL started its operations in 1994 with a vision of empowering individuals, communities and organisations through advocacy for rights, skills development and gender. It advocacy is centred on rights and entitlements covering all social sectors.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Children Education - Emergency Relief - Gender - Reproductive Health - Women - Sexual exploitation

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Vulnerable people including sex workers on the streets, Young boys from poor families, boys between age of 10 and 17, boy labourers

Support Options
- Training for women involved in sex trade for prevention of diseases - Emotional counselling - Advocacy - Skills development

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Association for the Rehabilitation of the Physically Disabled (ARPD)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Ummedabad 2, Swati Gate, Peshawar Telephone: 091-5252618 Fax: 091- 5277663 Email: fht_rehman@hotmail.com Website: www.rcpdpak.com

Brief Organisational Profile


ARPD was established in 1985 with a mission to promote rehabilitation services for people with disabilities, mainly in rural areas, small towns and suburbs, through community orientation, advocacy and networking. It works toward integrating these people in the mainstream society.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Women - Health

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Disabled/ Special People - Poor and needy patients

Support Options
- Training /skills development for the disabled - Consultancy - Advocacy - Counselling, referrals and networking - Trainings

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Aurat Association
Contact Details
Postal Address: E-47, Ghazikot Township, Mansehra Telephone: 0997-303010, 201729 Fax: 0997-440305 Email: auratassociation@hotmail.com

Brief Organisational Profile


Aurat Association started its activities in 1995 on voluntary basis (having no project). Its objectives are to empower rural women socially & economically by improving their skills and capacities through technical and management training and enabling them to generate and increase income by seeking employment in different sectors.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Gender equality - Women rights - Violence against women - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Rural women in need of help

Support Options
Advocacy Income generation activities Legal aid Citizen Action Committee Emotional counselling Advocacy Skills development

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Aurat Foundation
Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 28, Street No.39, G-6/2, Islamabad Telephone: 051- 2277512, 2277547 Fax: 051- 2822060 Email: headoffice@af.org.pk Website: www.af.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Established in 1986, Aurat Foundation is a civil society organisation committed to working for women's empowerment and citizens' participation in governance. It works in collaboration with citizens groups and organisations to undertake advocacy for women issues and for good governance in Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Women - Gender Equality - Governance

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Civil society organisations, networks and groups - Communities, citizens groups - Public authorities and public representatives

Support Options
- Advocacy and training - Information sharing for influencing policy - Legal clinics - Rights-based education for women

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Awaz Foundation Pakistan Center for Development Services (Awaz CDS)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No 2440/N-8 A Block- D, New Sahmsabad Colony, Multan Telephone: 061-4784606-4577409 Fax: 061-4584909 Email: awazcds@brain.net.pk Website: www.awazcds.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Awaz CDS was established in 1995 with a mission to facilitate community development and empowerment through capacity building and policy research and advocacy with community participation.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Gender equality - Urban & Rural Development - Environment

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Partnership alliances with NGOs, CSOs, community groups working with the poor especially in rural areas

Support Options
- Training - Advocacy - Networking support

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Baanhn Beli
Contact Details
Postal Address: 57, Street 21, Khayaban-e-Mujahid, Phase V, DHA Karachi Telephone: 021-534 6513 -14, 0300- 201 9213 Fax: 021-534 6513 E-mail: javedjabbar.1@gmail.com Website: www.baanhnbeli.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Baanhn Beli was established in 1985 to give community a greater political voice in development. It helps establish new or strengthen existing community-based organisations that work toward enhancing community knowledge, capacity and productivity.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Gender - Women and children - Primary health - Development of Water resources

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Village level community organisations - Drought affected areas

Support Options
- Training/capacity building of partner organisations - Health and education facilities to communities

102

Balochistan Environmental & Educational Journey (BEEJ)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 48-D, Sumungli Housing Scheme, Quetta Telephone: 081-2827740 Fax: 081-2825907 Website: www.beej.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


BEEJ was founded in 2001 primarily with a vision of protecting environment through advocacy and capacity building. It works with government and nongovernment actors to achieve this objective.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Environment - Community infrastructure ( sanitation) - Women empowerment - Education - Poverty - Advocacy for social issues/human rights, Education, Women Empowerment, poverty alleviation

Geographical Area of Operation


Balochistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Disadvantaged communities - Government line departments - Civil society organisations

Support Options
- Advocacy - Capacity building especially in developing low cost sanitation solutions for communities

103

Balochistan Rural Support Programme (BRSP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Balochistan Rural Support Programme, 5-A, Gulshan-eJanan Street, Sariab Road, Quetta Telephone: 081-2470610, 2470194, 2471437-38-39, Fax: 081-2442153 Email: info@brsp.org.pk Website: www.brsp.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


BRSP was established in 1983 by the name of Pak-German self help initiative to improve the quality of life for the disadvantaged rural population, especially women in Balochistan. It is involved in advocacy for rural development through community participation.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Water & Sanitation - Reproductive Health - Nutrition - Child Protection & Child Rights - Disaster relief

Geographical Area of Operation


Balochistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Community organisations consisting of rural men and women - Local governments

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training - Support in community infrastructure development

104

Basic Education & Employable Training (BEST)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 31-D Kangra House, Circular lane, University Town , Peshawar Telephone: 091-5852209-5852210 Fax: 091-5700762 Email: bestafg@bestafg.org Website: www.bestpak.org.

Brief Organisational Profile


BEST's mission is to contribute to poverty alleviation through provision of basic education, employable skill training, and micro/small business enterprise development for the poor. It facilitates income generation and employment opportunities for target population by way of providing sustainable livelihood support for the marginalised communities.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Primary Education - Human Development - Disaster relief

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- IDPs, Afghan Refugees - Communities - Public and private organisations

Support Options
- Food Assistance - Schools/ and vocational training /skills development programmes/facilities - Community infrastructure (water and sanitation)

105

Behbood Association of Pakistan


Contact Details
Postal Address: NE-2D/1, Tipu Road, Rawalpindi Telephone: 051-5962143-5962103 E-mail: fbehbud@isb.comsats.net.pk Website: www.behbud.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Behbood was founded 1967 was to improve the quality of living for the poorest of the poor through various initiatives. It engages with the poor and creates enabling environment for sustainable change in their living conditions.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Poverty - Women - Disaster Relief

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Poor population/people living in slums

Support Options
- Vocational Training - Income Generation activities - Micro-credit for micro enterprise - Medical facilities

106

Behbood-e-Niswan Network (BNN)


Contact Details
Postal Address: H # 449/P, St # 1. Mohalla Islamnagar, Faisalabad Telephone: 041-749412, 0333-6505025 Email: bnn_fsd@hotmail.com

Brief Organisational Profile


BNN was established in 1997 to increase women's awareness, their resources, and opportunities for effective participation in the economic, political and social life of the society.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Women - Poverty

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Children and women in need

Support Options
- Legal aid and counselling

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Bright Educational Society (BES)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Naunehal Academy, ST-1114, Islamia Colony No.1 Karachi Telephone: 021-36658999, 0300-9251836 Fax: 021- 6658999 Email: bright_org@yahoo.com, info@brighteducation.org Website: www.brighteducation.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Bright Educational Society (BES) was set up in 1996 in order to manage Naunehal Academy located in Islamia Colony near Orangi, Karachi

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Water and Sanitation - Primary health

Geographical Area of Operation


Karachi

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities

Support Options
- Teachers Training - Women's literacy programme - Support in community infrastructure development for water and sanitation - Small credit programmes

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Bunyad Literacy Community Council (BLCC)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 226-Munir Road Lahore Cantt. Telephone: 042-35600621, 35600692, 37061206, 35056772 Fax: 042-35600293, 36661817 Email: bunyad@brain.net.pk, hq@bunyad.org.pk Website: www.bunyad.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Bunyad was established in 1994 to improve the quality of living for the poor through empowerment. It focuses on the under-privileged and marginalised groups particularly women and children in its operations.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Primary education - Poverty - Public-Private Partnership - Empowerment

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Rural families and communities Female population Bonded labourers Children of villages especially girls - Youth - Under privileged, marginalised groups particularly rural women and children

Support Options
- Micro-credit and vocational training facilities - Networking support for health, advocacy and literacy initiatives - Support for monitoring and evaluation of development schemes

109

Cavish Development Foundation


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No. 50, Street 23, Sector G-10/2, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2212434 Fax: 051-2100954 E-mail: info@cavish.org Website: www.cavish.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Cavish was established in 1997 to fight against poverty, inequity and injustice. It undertakes advocacy and other initiatives to develop human capital and popularise a culture of participatory development in the country.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Governance - Gender - Women - Enterprise Development

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Communities - Development sector professionals - Government officials - Political workers

Support Options
- Advocacy and training - Monitoring and evaluation support - Research - Networking

110

Child Development Organisation (CDO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Ward # 4, Kachho Road Johi, P.O Johi, and District Dadu, Sindh Telephone: 025-4740027 Fax: 025 - 4740027 Email: cdosindh@hotmail.com, cdosindh@yahoo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


Established in 2001, this NGO works for the protection, well-being and prosperity of children rights in collaboration with communities.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Children's and Women's rights

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Rural girls, children - Local communities

Support Options
- Educational/training/skills development initiatives - Health facilities

111

The Children's Museum for Peace and Human Rights (CMPHR)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 9-C/1, 8th East Street, Phase 1, D.H.A, Karachi Telephone: 021-35800245, 35886481, 03332263189 Email: info@cmphr.org Website: www.cmphr.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The Museum was established in 1995 to inculcate the concept of human rights education into local school's curriculum through teacher trainings as well as the development of educational materials and activism campaigns that directly involve children.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Human rights

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- School children - Teachers - Disabled children

Support Options
- Campaign material - Events and workshops - Youth network and awareness campaign

112

Citizen Education Development Foundation (CEDF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Citizen's Education Development Foundation, 63/2 Street #16, Phase #5, D.H.A. Karachi Phone: 021-35854375 Website: www.cedfpakistan.com

Brief Organisational Profile


CEDF project started in 1986 with a belief in providing functional literacy for the forgotten children in the Katchi Abadies around Karachi through a system of Home and Mobile Schools. This model has successfully delivered results and the service coverage has been expanding over the years.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Karachi

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Poorest of the poor living in "Shanty Towns" around Karachi

Support Options
- Home Schools - Mobile Schools - Students Sponsorship Programme

113

Citizens Commission For Human Development (CCHD)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 42-Tipu Block-New Garden Town, Lahore Telephone: 042-35889666, 35885136; Fax: 042-35889444 Email: info@cchd.org.pk Website: www.cchd.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The CCHD was established in 1986 to being about attitudinal change in the society as the basis for social and economic development in the country. It has been working for this cause to facilitate sustainable development, socioecological justice and equity in the society.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Governance - Women - Community Development - Human rights and peace

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Civil society organisations - Women, workers - Minorities - Government departments - Journalists - Teachers

Support Options
- Advocacy - Capacity/Institution Building - Training - Research

114

Civil Society Human and Institutional Development Programme (CHIP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No. 2, Street 35, F-8/1, Islamabad Telephone: 111920920, 051-2280151 Fax: 051 - 2280081 Email: chip@isb.comsats.net.pk Website: www.chip-pk.org

Brief Organisational Profile


CHIP was established in 1993 for human and institutional development in collaboration with the Swiss Agency for Cooperation. It is now recognised for its value-led professional services in support of civil society organisation.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human rights - Education - Water and Sanitation - Livelihood development - Health ( disabled)

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Needs-based support to IDPs, Refugees, Disaster affected people - School children - Rural areas communities

Support Options
- Training and capacity building - Advocacy - Support to community for infrastructural development (water and sanitation)

115

Collective for Social Science Research


Contact Details
Postal Address: 173/1, Block-II, PECHS, Karachi Telephone: 021-34551482, 34547532 Fax: 021- 34547532 E-mail: info@researchcollective.org Website: www.researchcollective.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The Collective for Social Science Research was established in 2001 with a small core staff of innovative researchers in the social sciences having extensive experience conducting multidisciplinary research both in Pakistan and internationally.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Urban Governance - Labour migration

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Poor and the socially marginalised - Communities - Rural women

Support Options
- Seminars - Research - Micro-finance projects

116

Community Development Foundation (CDF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Community Development Foundation CDF Office Near Royal College, Airport Road, First Family Lane, Jacobabad , Sindh Telephone: 0722-650841-711529 Email: cdf_jcd@yahoo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


Since its establishment in 2003, it has been working to ensure the accessibility of health facilities, education and justice to the local residents by building capacities of care providers, youth and other stakeholders. CDF also serves to realise the rights that women posses and promote gender equality.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Women Development - Environmental Awareness,

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh, Balochistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities

Support Options
- Advocacy with awareness campaigns - Trainings - Counselling

117

Community Motivation & Development Organisation (CMDO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 40-C, Karakul Lane, Sahibzada Abdul Qayyum Road, University Town, Peshawar Telephone: 091-57036146, 5851341, 0300-8580798 Fax: 091-5851341 E-mail: info@cmdo.org Website: www.cmdo.org

Brief Organisational Profile


CMDO was established in 1998 to support communities in improving their living conditions. It builds capacity within communities to undertake participatory development initiatives and improve the citizens' access to basic services.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Health - Child labour and rights

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Marginalised communities and youth of FATA & Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Support Options
- Advocacy & networking support - Transitional Education centres - Training

118

Community Support Programme


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No. 28 St, No-76, G-9/3, Islamabad. Telephone: 051-2857442-2508822 Fax: 051-2857442 E-mail: cspngo@yahoo.com.uk, contact@cssppk.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Community Support Programme (CSP) was established in 1999 to empower out-reach workers through their capacity building in order to vastly expand quality education, environmental responsiveness, reproductive health choices and services, promotion of volunteerism and human rights in the focus areas of Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Empowerment - Health (HIV, AIDS, drug abuse) - Education - Gender - Relief and Rehabilitation

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Youth and Women in need

Support Options
- Advocacy with awareness campaigns - Trainings - Workshops, conventions and forums

119

Concern for Children Trust (CFC)


Contact Details
Postal Address: B 63, Estate Avenue, Karachi Telephone: 021-32574716 Fax: 021- 32564797 Email: cfct@pk.netsolir.com

Brief Organisational Profile


CFC was established in 1997 to focus on child health and welfare issues, specifically preventive health, education, and recreation by providing technical, financial & infrastructure support to communities and NGOs.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Children - Health - Education - Livelihood - Environment - Water & sanitation - Energy - Agriculture - Livelihood

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities of underdeveloped areas

Support Options
- Medical Relief Camps, Healthcare Interventions in urban Katchi Abadis - Advocacy & Training

120

Consumer Rights Commission of Pakistan (CRCP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No. 13, Street No.1, G-6/3 Islamabad Telephone: 051-111-739-739, 051-2855402-3; Fax: 051-2241327 Email: main@crcp.org.pk Website: www.crcp.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Established in 1998, CRCP facilitates in the articulation of interests and rights of citizens and consumes at all socio-economic levels. It makes specific efforts to serve the poor segments of society and strives to create and sustain an organised movement for the protection of the citizens' rights and entitlements under the constitution of Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Governance and legislation - Education - Consumer rights

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Need-based support

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training in rights-based approaches - Research and information sharing through its publications

121

Customs Health Care Society (CHCS)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 449-Jehanzaib Block, Allama Iqbal Town, Lahore Telephone: 042 -35858534, 0333-4242691 Email: asifjah@wol.net.pk Website: www.welfare9clinic.com.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Established in 1998, the CHCS acts as a model medical facility offering healthcare services to the poor who could not otherwise have afford such services. In the times of emergencies, the CHCS sets up special camps and facilities for the affectees and facilitates in rehabilitation.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health (reproductive, HIV/AIDS) - Emergency relief - Education - Welfare

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Need- based support

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training, and counselling - Medical and relief camps for the poor - Students support - Financial support to students and poor families

122

Dar-ul-Khidmat Welfare Association (DKWA)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # B/175 - 3/8 Mehmoodabad, Karachi Telephone: 0333-3223423 Email: dar-ul-kidmat@yahoo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


DKWA was established in 1999 with the goal of serving special children and other people in need.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


-Special Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Special children

Support Options
- Rehabilitation and treatment of special children - Trainings

123

Development Research Institute of Pakistan (DRIP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 8, 1st Floor, Ginza Centre, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2875565, 2274183 Fax: 051-2875565, 2274183 Email: dippakistan@hotmail.com

Brief Organisational Profile


DRIP promotes sustainable development process in socially and economically marginalised group with specific focus on women through multisectoral programme

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Sustainable development

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Socially and economically marginalised women

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training/skills development

124

DeLaas Gul Welfare Programme (DLG)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 2 Jhandagai, Opposite Usmania Restaurant, Peshawar Telephone: 091-843951 Email: delaasgul@hotmail.com Website: www.dlg.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


DLG has been working since 1976 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to bring positive changes in the field of socio-economic and politics at grass-root level in community through its development initiatives.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Children and women - Education - Disaster relief

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Need-based

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training/skills development - Support for relief and rehabilitation

125

Development Empowerment Women Association (DEWA)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Kalpani, Bajoro Road , Ziarat Talash, Tehsil Timergara District, Dir Lower Telephone: 0945-871280 Email: dewa20041@yahoo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


DEWA was established in 2002 to promote the establishment of progressive, healthy and educated communities. It specifically focuses in improving the status of women and children by working with them in a participatory environment.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Women - Children

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Need-based

Support Options
- Trainings - Community development and counselling

126

Developments in Literacy (DIL)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Developments in Literacy, House No.15, Street No. 29, Sector F-10/1, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2215904-07 Fax: 051-2215903 Email: officepk@dil.org Website: www.dil.org

Brief Organisational Profile


DIL was launched in 1997 by Pakistani-Americans with a desire to improve the dismal state of education in Pakistan's underdeveloped areas.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education ( primary and non-formal) - Health - Gender

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Disadvantaged children, especially girls - Local communities - Regional NGOs - Rural teachers

Support Options
- Providing school facilities - Teachers development - Curricula development - Partnership alliance with local service providers

127

Dost Foundation
Contact Details
Postal Address: Dost Foundation, House#8, Sector B-2, Phase 5, Hayatabad, Peshawar Telephone: 091-5811914, 5814181 Fax: 091- 5818328 E-mail: info@dostfoundation.org Website: www.dostfoundation.org

Brief Organisational Profile


DOST was established in 1992 to provide a range of drug demand reduction, HIV prevention, rights protection, rehabilitation and capacity building services for drug addicts, jail inmates, refugees, street children, destitute women, youth, general community and community-based organisations in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health ( drugs related issues)

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, FATA

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Need-based in partnership with local community groups/institutions

Support Options
- Advocacy for drug demand reduction and HIV prevention - Rehabilitation and capacity building - Internships/trainings - Residential treatment, drop-in centres, crises centre

128

Eco-Conservation Initiatives (ECI)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 410, Street-1, I-8/4, Islamabad Telephone: 051-4446362, 4443461 Fax: 051-4443461 E-mail: info@eci-networks.org Website: www.eci-networks.org

Brief Organisational Profile


ECI was established in 1999 to improve living conditions of communities living in the country's villages, katchi abadis and low incomes areas. It primarily works for protecting natural resources and uses both advocacy and skills development in support of this mission using participatory approaches.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Environment - Agriculture

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Communities living in villages, Katchi Abadis and low income areas

Support Options
- Advocacy - Skills enhancement - Counseling

129

Family Planning Association of Pakistan (FPAP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 3-A, Temple Road, Lahore Telephone: 042-111-22-33-66; Fax: 042- 36368692 Email: info@fpapak.org Website: www.fpapak.org

Brief Organisational Profile


FPAP was established in 1953 with a mission to promote sexual reproductive health and family planning as a basic human right. It works in partnership with NGOs, Civil Society and government institutions in provision of services especially to women and youths belong to the marginalised communities.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health ( Reproductive & HIV/AIDS)

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Poor and marginalised people - Refugees

Support Options
- Advocacy - Hospital and clinic facilities - Internships and research studies

130

Family Welfare Co-operative Society


Contact Details
Postal Address: Neeli Bar Mor, near Govt Chistia High School, Islampura Lahore Telephone: 042-37238406, 37353629, 37310149 E-mail: fwesafew@wol.net.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


This NGO was established in 1964 to empower women through educational programmes, training and microfinance for income generating activities. It focuses on under-developed urban and rural communities of Lahore.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Lahore

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Women and children especially those living in Slums/ Katchi Abadis

Support Options
- Educational training - Micro-finance

131

Fatima Memorial Hospital (FMH)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Fatima Memorial Hospital Shadman, Lahore Telephone: 042-111-555-600; Fax: 042- 7570586 Email: fmhhosp@brain.net.pk Website: www.fmsystem.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Established in 1977, FMH maintains a network of hospitals that provide training and patients care services to people in rural areas of Lahore. It also imparts vocational training to help people find work and generate income for themselves.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health ( Reproductive) - Legal aid - Poverty

Geographical Area of Operation


Lahore

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Men, women and children in rural and peri-urban areas

Support Options
Hospitals Patient care services Trainings Educational services Outreach programme

132

Fatmid Foundation (FF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 393, Britto Road, Garden East, Karachi Telephone: 021-2253323, 2225284, 2258656 Fax: 021-227356 Email: info@fatimid.org, ho@fatimid.org Website: www.fatimid.org

Brief Organisational Profile


FF was established in 1978 to provide blood banking and haematological services to poor patients and the community at large. It is the leading blood bank known for its quality in service delivery in Karachi and across the country.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health( HIV/AIDS, blood cancer)

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Needy patients with blood disorders - Children

Support Options
- Blood banking and haematological services

133

Fazaldad Human Rights Institute (FHRI)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Fazaldad Human Rights Institute, No. 5, Street 15, Sector F-7/2 Islamabad. Telephone: 051-2652715, 2652713 Fax: 051-2651153 Email: info@fazaldad.com Website: www.fazaldad.com

Brief Organisational Profile


FHRI was established in 2000 to eliminate human rights abuse, intolerance and extremism from, and promote peace and democracy in the country. It strives for its vision through advocacy, educational institutions, and print and electronic media.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human Rights - Disaster relief - Honour killing Awareness

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Leading national educational and training institutions and media groups with similar thematic focus

Support Options
- Advocacy through media, training, dramas and workshops

134

Flowers
Contact Details
Postal Address: 84/E, Rehman Baba Road, University Town, Peshawar Telephone: 091-5702379; Fax: 091-5701462 Email: flowerspk@yahoo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


Flowers was established in 2004 provides a range of personal services to the poorest, homeless, and abandoned children that are at risk of exploitation, violence and abuse. It supports rehabilitation of such children and works for sustainable improvements in the way these children would live their lives. Designed to rehabilitate them and improve their quality of life. These services are education, health, psychosocial support, recreation and skills training.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Children rights

Geographical Area of Operation


Peshawar

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Street/Working children of maximum seven years age

Support Options
- Non-formal education - Health and psychological support - Skills training - Counselling

135

Focus Humanitarian Assistance Pakistan


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 335, Sawan Road, G - 10/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051-229 4051, 24 Fax: 051-229 4036 Email: focuspakistan@focushumanitarian.org Website: www.akdn.org/focus

Brief Organisational Profile


FOCUS was established in 1994 by Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) to reduce the loss of life, property and to protect target communities from natural & man-made hazards, through a comprehensive disaster management strategy of mitigation, preparedness, relief, and recovery.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Disaster Risk Management - Humanitarian assistance

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities - IDPs, Refugees in need of support

Support Options
- Evacuation services for potential victims - Support in relief, recovery and rehabilitation

136

Foundation for Research on International Environment National Development and Security (FRIENDS)
Contact Details
Postal Address: House no: 9, City villas , Near High Court Complex, Rawalpindi Telephone: 0306 5391887 Email: friendsfoundation@live.co.uk Website: www.friends.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The Foundation was set up in 1991 to undertake research on global, national and regional issues with the goal of promoting peace, harmony, progress and overall betterment of mankind. It works as an independent, nongovernmental, apolitical and non-profit organisation in chasing this mission.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- National Security - Economic cooperation and global peace

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group

Support Options
- Research outputs/publications - Regional and international seminars

137

Friends Foundation
Contact Details
Postal Address: House 974,st.27, Sector I-10/4, Islamabad Telephone: 051-4444394 -95, 5871980 E-mail: friendsfoundation@hotmail.com Website: www.ffpak.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The foundation was established in 2001 in the wake of floods that hit Rawalpindi and caused destruction. Its key objective is to help the poor get access to the basic necessities of life for a good living. It provides social services, raises awareness and builds capacity of target communities. Stared by a group of volunteers who rendered their services to the sufferers of the floods which struck the inhabitants of Rawalpindi in 2001. Its main aim is to target the poorest of the poor and the marginalised especially women and children and provide all the basic necessities for better living

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Education - Water and sanitation - Disaster Management

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Poor, ill, illiterate local community members and IDPs

Support Options
- Screening for HIV/AIDS/hepatitis and free medical camps - Training/capacity building

138

Frontier Primary Health Care (FPHC)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Nisatta Road, Bijli Ghar, Mardan Telephone: 0931-63837 Fax: 0931-61403 Email: fphc@brain.net.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


FPHC was established in 1995 to support improvement in health and living status of families especially women and children. It provides primary health care, educational, and micro-credit facilities to achieve this objective.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty

Geographical Area of Operation


Mardan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Poor women and children

Support Options
- Facilitate community development with basic health units and mobile health units

139

Ghazali Education Trust (GET)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 66 - F Block Model Town, Lahore Telephone: 042-5882939 Fax: 042-5850966 Email: getpak@hotmail.com Website: www.get.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


GET was established in 1995 in Lahore focusing on social mobilisation to achieve the maximum literacy rate in rural sector.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Need-based support to women, students, orphans directly and through partner organisations

Support Options
- Financial aid - Educational services, lectures, seminars, workshops - Teachers training

140

Goth Sudhar Sangat Aghamani (GSSA)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Buriro House Theba Road Mehar, P.O & Town Mehar, District Dadu, Sindh Telephone: 0229-730530 Fax: 0229-730530 Email: gssa67@yahoo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


GSSA was established in 1985 to facilitate community participation in development. It works with government officials and community at local levels and undertakes capacity building initiatives to achieve this mission.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Community development - Human rights

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Government officials - Local communities

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training - Information sharing through newsletter and handbills

141

Gujranwala Community Development Organisation (GCDO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Jinnah Road near Tariq mills, Gujranwala Telephone: 055 - 4225193 Email: gedorg@hotmail.com

Brief Organisational Profile


GCDO was founded in 1998 to raise the quality of like of deprived, neglected groups of low income community.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Gender - Violence and Abuse

Geographical Area of Operation


Gujranwala

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Women and girls from low income communities

Support Options
- Skills development - Mother and child health programme - Advocacy, Networking & Linkages

142

HAASHAR Association (HAASHAR)


Contact Details
Postal Address: B-63, Ghazikoht Township, Mansehra Telephone: 0997-303836 Email: info@haasharpk.org Website: www.haasharpk.org

Brief Organisational Profile


HAASHAR was found in 2000 to promote the participation of community in protecting natural resources and rural development. It catalyses communities to include the goal of sustainable environment in all facets of socio-economic development.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Natural Resource Management - Environment - Rural development

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Community based organisations Poor and marginalised people Government NGOs Development agencies

Support Options
- Resource mobilisation - Skills development programme - Support to self-help initiatives of local institutions - Capacity building

143

Hashoo Foundation (HF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 7-A, St# 65, F-8/3 Islamabad Telephone: 051-2855907 Fax: 051-2857096 E-mail: info@hashoofoundation.org Website: www.hashoofoundation.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Hashoo Foundation was established in 1988 to work for children with disabilities, under-privileged and vulnerable segments of society. It focuses on eliminating vulnerabilities so that the target people are on their feet and live a decent life.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Children with disabilities - Less privileged and vulnerable members of society

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training/skills development - Health care and support services

144

Health And Nutrition Development Society (HANDS)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 140 - C, Block II, PECHS, Near Kashmir Road, Karachi Telephone: 021-34532804, 34527698, 34389180 Fax: 021-34532804 Website: www.hands.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


HANDS was established in 1979 to help the marginalised groups get out of the poverty trap. It creates income generation opportunities, including provision of micro-credit and skills development for sustainable livelihoods for the poor.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Institutional development - Education - Gender

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Community based organisations

Support Options
- Advocacy for social mobilisation - Training - Micro-credit - Community hospitals

145

Health Education & Literacy Trust (HEAL Trust)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 53 - K, Gulberg 3, Lahore Telephone: 042-5714977 Fax: 042-5895453 Email: healtrust_pk@yahoo.com or heal@wol.net.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


HEAL was established in 1987 to improve on the living conditions especially of the poor women in the country. It implements projects geared toward female community development.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Women

Support Options
- Advocacy - Special health and education initiatives for women

146

Health Oriented Preventive Education (HOPE)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 5, Amir Khusro Road, Block 7 & 8, Karachi Telephone: 021-4539393, 5069450 Email: agboat@gerrys.net Website: www.hope-ngo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


HOPE was established in 1997 to promote awareness of rights among women and children and equitable access to health and education facilities.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health (Family-planning, prevention of AIDS) - Disaster Relief

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, AJK

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Community Based Organisations - Women - IDPs

Support Options
Community Development Community Motivation Primary Health Care Services Awareness-raising Income-generating activities Environmental Sanitation

147

Help in Need
Contact Details
Postal Address: House#285 Street #3 G-8/2, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2250139 Email: hin-org@cyber.net.pk Website: www.helpineed.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Help In Need (HIN) works for the marginalised and displaced people with a view to alleviating their suffering.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation - Education - Water and Sanitation - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Local communities IDPs Poor and marginalised people Children

Support Options
- Advocacy and vocational training - Support programmes for livelihood and orphans - Micro-credit

148

Human Development Foundation (HDF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 19, Main Sumbal Road, F-10/3, Islamabad Phone: 051-2111293 Email: info-pakistan@hdf.com Website: www.hdf.com/

Brief Organisational Profile


HDF was established in 1997 to facilitate a non-political movement for positive social change and community empowerment through mass literacy, enhanced quality of education, universal primary health care and grassroots economic development.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Health - Fundamental right - Rights

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities - Women - Children

Support Options
Advocacy Training Micro-credit Support in infrastructural development - Health clinics

149

Human Development Society (HDS)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Flat No. 17, commercial area, Chaman Housing Scheme, Quetta Telephone: 0300 9381680 Email: HDSQTAPK@yahoo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


HDS was established in 1999 to support community development through awareness raising and capacity building. It seeks poverty reduction through community-led development initiatives.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Disaster /Emergency relief and Rehabilitation - Human rights - Water and Sanitation - Rural development

Geographical Area of Operation


Balochistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities - Children - Women

Support Options
- Advocacy - Vocational training/skill development

150

Human Resource Development Network (HRDN)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House 41, Street-56, F-6/4, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2828259, 2821767, 2277880 Fax: 051-2826540 Email: info@hrdn.net Website: www.hrdn.net

Brief Organisational Profile


HRDN was established in 2000 to promote human resource development within organisations. It holds that organisations can not contribute to the development unless their leaders focus on human resource development. It supports development sector organisation in pursuing appropriate HRM policies.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human Resource Development

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Development sector organisations particularly working for women

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training - Seminars, conferences and workshops

151

Human Resources Management and Development Centre (HRMDC)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 18-F Khushaal Khan Khattak Road, University Town, Peshawar Telephone: 091-842850 Fax: 091-850920 Email: hrmdc@brain.net.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


HRMDC pursues people-centric development in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It provides opportunities for training and skills development to support communities in economic progress.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human Resource Development - Poverty

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local Communities

Support Options
Advocacy Vocational training Information sharing Research and Networking support

152

Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No 107, Tipu Block New Garden Town, Lahore Telephone: 042-5865969 Fax: 042- 5883582 Email: hrcp@hrcp-web.net Website: www.hrcp-web.net

Brief Organisational Profile


Since its establishment in 1987, HRCP works for the ratification and implementation of the universal declaration of human rights (UDHR) and other international laws having bearing on the subject in Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human Rights

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Victims of Human Rights Violations

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training - Workshops and seminars - Internship opportunities - Fact-finding missions, surveys, rallies etc

153

The Gender Justice and Protection Project (GJP), UNDP


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No. 24, Street No. 1, F-6/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2821657, 8316333, 8317333 Fax: 091-850920 Email: hrmdc@brain.net.pk Website: www.gjp.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The GJP was initiated in 2007 with the aim of contributing to sustainable reduction in violence against women in accordance with the government's policy commitments.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Gender justice - Human rights

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Government - Civil Society Organisations

Support Options
- Capacity building - Advocacy and awareness raising - Research and documentation - Legal aid

154

Human Rights Foundation of Pakistan


Contact Details
Postal Address: CI-23, Sector 6-B, North Karachi Industrial Area, Karachi Telephone: 021-36962480, 0300-2609057 Email: farrukhaq@hotmail.com

Brief Organisational Profile


The foundation supports the protection of fundamental rights through advocacy and legal aid to survivors of victims.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human Rights - Democracy - Disaster Relief - Health

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities - Disaster affected people - General public

Support Options
- Advocacy and resource mobilisation - Humanitarian Coordination - Survivor and Victim Assistance - Legal aid

155

Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA)
Contact Details
Postal Address: 26-B, Sarwar Road, Lahore Cantt. Telephone: 042-6689831-2 Fax: 042-6665642 Email: info@itacec.org Website: www.itacec.org

Brief Organisational Profile


ITA was established in 2000 to set standards in multi-dimensional learning experience. It advocates for improved quality of education and mobilises resources for influencing education policy.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Environment - Health

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Public, private sector - Community-based organisations

Support Options
- Advocacy and resource mobilisation - Training - Scholarships, Internships and research - Conferences and workshops - Information sharing through publications

156

Insan Foundation
Contact Details
Postal Address: House 156, Street 1, Sector 1, Airport Housing Society, Gulzar-e-Quaid, Rawalpindi, Telephone: 051-595 6420 Fax: 051-5956421 E-mail: info@insan.org.pk, kishwar@insan.org.pk Website: www.insan.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Insan formally began its work in 1992 with the mission to provide basic literacy skills to the child workers and street children in Lahore.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Human Rights

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Children working in automobile workshops, small hotels and shops - Refugees - Government departments

Support Options
Advocacy Training Child education programmes Newsletters Policy Research

157

Institute of Behavioural Psychology (IBP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: A - L /4 , 14th Lane, Phase -VII, Defence Housing Authority, Karachi Telephone: 021- 35841713, 35841714, 35841102 Fax: 021-35841703 Email: info@ibpinternational.com Website: www.ibpinternational.com

Brief Organisational Profile


Established in 1987, IBP is a psychology based, multipurpose educational centre. Its mission is to make special individuals self-reliant and useful members of the society.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Special Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Karachi

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Mentally Handicapped children - Special children - Underachieving children

Support Options
- Vocational and academic services (including schools) - Therapeutic Services - Remedial Education - Psychological services

158

Institute of Development Studies and Practices (IDSP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: H No. 7-A, Al-Mashraq Street, Arbab Karam Khan Road, Quetta Telephone: 081-2449775, 2471776, 2820706 Fax: 081-2447285 E-mail: idsp@idsp.org.pk Website: www.idsp.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The institute nurtures and develops individuals and communities with the mission of changing power structure and developing value-based partnerships to empower communities and promote good governance.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Relief and Rehabilitation - Poverty/governance

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Youth / college and university graduate - Children

Support Options
- Training/skills development - Research on social and educational Issues - Linkages with local-national and international organisations

159

Institute of Policy Studies


Contact Details
Postal Address: Nasr Chambers Block 19-F-7, Markaz, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2650971-3 Fax: 051-2650704 Website: www.ips-pk.org

Brief Organisational Profile


IPS was established in 1979 to promote policy-oriented research and provides a forum for informed discussion and dialogue on national and international issues.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- National security - Economy - Globalisation - Culture

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Analysts & Academic Researchers - Advocacy groups - Media - Concerned citizens

Support Options
- Advocacy - In-house research and support in research - Conferences, seminars, discussion & lectures

160

Interactive Recourse Centre


Contact Details
Postal Address: 102-B, Nawab Town, Raiwind Road, Lahore Telephone: 042-35313038-39, 8436004-5 Fax: 042-35313040 Email: irc@irc.org.pk, info@irc.org.pk Website: www.irc.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The IRC was established in 2000 to create a peaceful, democratic & just society in collaboration with government, civil society organisations and media through interactive communications and supportive linkages between like-minded organisations in Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human rights - Democracy and Governance - Environment

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Communities (women, minorities, youth & children) - Media - CSOs

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training - Support to social action groups - Documentaries and educational programmes

161

The International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, ICIMOD


Contact Details
Postal Address: ICIMOD, WRRI/NARC Premises Park Road, Islamabad, Telephone: 051-9255003 Fax: 051-9255005 Email: icimodpk@mail.comsats.net.pk Website: www.icimod.org

Brief Organisational Profile


ICIMOD was established in 1983 as a regional knowledge and learning centre for the sustainable development in the Hindu Kush-Himalayan region. It supports initiatives to improve the living standards of mountain populations

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Environment - Poverty - Human Development - Gender

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- People living in mountains and river basins

Support Options
- Capacity building of partner institutions - Integrated Water and Hazard Management - Support to people in adapting to climate change

162

Islamabad Christians Against Narcotics (ICAN)


Contact Details
Postal Address: ICAN, H # 01, Raja Akhtar Road, Korang Valley, Phulgram, Bhara Kahu, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2230463 Fax: 051-2231185 Email: ican@brain.net.pk Website: www.ican-pk.org

Brief Organisational Profile


ICAN is group involved in rehabilitation services to drug-addicts. It has residential centre for such people.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Drug Abuse - HIV AIDS

Geographical Area of Operation


Islamabad

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Drug addicts - Marginalised men, women and children in low-income communities

Support Options
- Prevention, treatment and rehabilitation - Training and counselling

163

Jahandad Society For Community Development (JSCD)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 208 Shadman Colony 1, opposite Khurshid Park, Lahore Telephone: 042-7530044, 7573047 Email: info@jscd.org.pk Website: www.thalassaemia.org.pk/website/about.html

Brief Organisational Profile


Since its inception in 2002, JSCD has been working to bring about a positive change in the health, education and the socio-economic status of the underprivileged and marginalised people of Pakistan, with particular emphasis on women and children.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Education - Disaster Relief - Environment

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab, Sindh, Gilgit-Baltistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Women Children Local Communities Students Marginalised people

Support Options
- Medical services including provision of drugs through camps and referrals - Prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of drug addicts - Family planning services - Information sharing - Job placement & counselling

164

Jinnah Welfare Society (JWS)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 11, Jinnah Road, Link DC Road, Gujranwala. Telephone: 055-3255527/8 Fax: 055- 3255528 Email: jws_pk@yahoo.com Website: www.jws.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


JWS was established in 1990 to support community-led development focusing especially on the poor and vulnerable people in rural areas. It works for uplifting them politically, socially and economically through its various initiatives.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty

Geographical Area of Operation


Gujranwala

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Landless or small farmers Women Children People running small enterprise Poor and deserving students Marginalised individuals and communities

Support Options
- Training and financial support (including micro-credit)

165

Karachi Vocational Training Centre (KVTC)


Contact Details
Postal Address: P-10,Commercial Avenue Phase IV, DHA, Karachi Telephone: 021-358829203, 021-35801170 Fax: 021-35396483 Email: kvtc91@yahoo.com Website: www.kvtc.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Established in 1991, KVTC caters to vocational training and comprehensive therapy of mentally challenged individuals and people with learning difficulties.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Rehabilitation - Poverty (people with special needs)

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh, Gilgit-Baltistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Mentally challenged - Disabled people

Support Options
- Vocational training - Rehabilitation of mentally challenged people - Advocacy for the disabled

166

KARWAN GHAR (PAKISTAN)


Contact Details
Postal Address: E-6 Fourth Giziri street, DHA 4 Karachi Telephone: 021-35834215, 35837521 Fax: 021-35863474 Email: karwan.pakistan@gmail.com Website: www.karwanpakistan.com

Brief Organisational Profile


Karavan is the community and youth outreach programme of Heritage Foundation Pakistan. Its aim is the promotion of cultural heritage for peace and development.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Disaster Relief - Culture

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Disaster affected communities - Local communities

Support Options
- Volunteer programme - Online classrooms - Heritage festivals

167

Kashf Foundation
Contact Details
Postal Address: 19 Aibak Block, New Garden Town, Lahore Telephone: 042-111-981-981, 5847812-15 Fax: 042-5847816 E-mail: info@kashf.org Website: www.kashf.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Kashf Foundation began in 1996 as an action research programme focusing, for the first two years, on determining and understanding key factors having an impact on the demand for microfinance services by poor women. The organisation now uses micro-finance as a tool for income generation and poverty reduction.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Health - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab and Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Female members of poor households - Small-scale women entrepreneurs with minimum 2 years of business experience.

Support Options
- General/emergency/home improvement loans - Business surmaya loans Insurance

168

Khwendokor
Contact Details
Postal Address: H No. 130, Street 4, Sector K-3, Phase 3, Hayatabad, Peshawar Telephone: 091-5822255, 5818589 Fax: 091-5829026 Website: www.khwendokor.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Khwendo Kor (KK) strives for the development of women and children, strong families and communities' progressive society. The organisation came into being in February 1993.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Women - Children

Support Options
- Advocacy - Primary education - Microfinance - Primary healthcare

169

Khubaib Foundation (KF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 112 , Street # 8 , Sector I-10/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051-444 0837 Fax: 051-444 0836 Email: khubaib@khubaib.org Website: www.khubaib.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Since its inception in 1999, the Foundation has been working for the service, care, support, rehabilitation and rescue of orphans, prisoners, widows, destitute and other vulnerable neglected and impoverished people.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human rights - Education - Relief and rehabilitation

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- People facing disasters and other hardships related to poverty

Support Options
- Free education /training /health facilities - Relief activities

170

Koshish Foundation (KF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Suite # 45, Glass Tower Main Clifton Road, Karachi Telephone: 021-5660557 Fax: 021-5660558 Email: suhail@koshish.org Website: www.koshish.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Koshish was established in 2000 to promote the idea of giving back to the communities, institutions and country that have given everything to the people. The organisation nurtures volunteerism and focuses on improving education especially for the underprivileged.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Relief

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh, Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Students - Un-privileged children

Support Options
Training Scholarships Counselling Lectures and exchange programme - Sohni Dharti, Knowledge exchange, Eid Milan programmes

171

Kuchlak Welfare Society ( K.W.S)


Contact Details
Postal Address: C/O Little Master's School, Main Samungli Road, Cantt, Quetta Telephone: 081-2013390 Fax: 081-2833549 E-mail: malikrashid-cws@yahoo.com Website: www.kws.com.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


KWS was established in 1999 to help the under-privileged fight poverty and improve their living conditions. It provides education and skills development opportunities and basic health services to the target people.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Balochistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities

Support Options
- Schools - Vocational training centres - Basic health services

172

Leadership for Environment and Development, Pakistan (LEAD)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Plot No 15, LEAD House, F-7 Markaz , Islamabad Telephone: 051-2651511 Fax: 051- 2651512 Email: main@lead.org Website: www.lead.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


LEAD was established in 1991 to create, strengthen and support network of people and institutions that are promoting change towards sustainable development.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Environment - Governance

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities - Government departments - NGOs

Support Options
- Training/skills development/leadership development programmes - Information sharing and network development

173

Light Home Foundation (LHF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Street No.13 Majeed Abad Bijli Ghar, Mardan Telephone: 0931-65161-72555; Fax: 0921-72555 Email: lhfmrd@hotmail.com

Brief Organisational Profile


LHF was established to support the socially and economically poor and disadvantaged in improving their living conditions. It especially focuses on empowering women, raising their social, economic and political status and checking gender discrimination.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Communities - Women

Support Options
- Skill trainings - Networking with other community based women organisations

174

Light of Awareness for fair Advancement of Mankind (LAFAM)


Contact Details
Postal Address: LAFAM Office, Hazara Mohalah, Lorali Telephone: 0821-410525 Fax: 0821- 410525 Email: dawood_laf@yahoo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


LAFAM was established in 1999 for building partnership among government, development agencies and community in all social sectors. It views development as a multi-dimensional process and advocates for a holistic approach to managing this process.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Environment - Gender - Health

Geographical Area of Operation


Balochistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Communities in villages

Support Options
- Partnership amongst Government, development agencies and communities

175

Literate Pakistan Foundation (LPF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: A-12, Block 13, Ghulshane Iqbal, Karachi Telephone: 021-4994621 Fax: 021-4960145 Email: info@literatepakistan.org Website: www.literatepakistan.org

Brief Organisational Profile


LPF has been supporting the cause of literacy in Pakistan since 2003.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education (literacy)

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Informal schools - Adult population - National and international organisations

Support Options
Literacy programmes Research on curricula Technical assistance Book banks Schools

176

Lodhran Pilot Project (LPP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Jalalpur Morr, Adjacent to Al-Shifa Eye Hospital, Lodhran Telephone: 0608-362928, 0333-6428525 Fax: 0608-363199 E-mail: info@lpp.org.pk Website: www.lpp.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


LPP is the first kind of its NGO addressing the issue of Rural Sanitation in Punjab. It started operations from a small district of Lodhran and gradually became popular in the province. LPP is working for sanitation in 121 villages through community participation since 1999.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Rural sewerage and sanitation - Solid waste management

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities

Support Options
- Facilitating communities in sanitation infrastructure development - Advocacy - Training/capacity building

177

Lower Sindh Rural Development Association (LSRDA)


Contact Details
Postal Address: PO Box No 75, Mirpurkhas Telephone: 0233-200121, 0333-2608313 Email: ssewapak@yahoo.com Website: www.ssewa-pak.org/

Brief Organisational Profile


The organisation, now known as the Society for Safe Environment & Welfare of Agrarians in Pakistan (SSEWA-Pak), works for empowering communities and finds in this a solution to the country's social, economic and political problem.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human rights - Education - Emergency relief and rehabilitation - Water and sanitation

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Rural communities - Illiterate people with needs

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training - Relief services in emergencies

178

Lyari Community Development Project (LCDP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Near Moulvi Usman Park, Chakiwara No 2, Lyari, Karachi Telephone: 0314-2969635 Email: abdulrahimmoosvi@yahoo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


LCDP was created in 1954 to help the people of Layrai with family planning, health facilities and human resource development. It focuses on marginalised segments of society and works for their betterment through targeted interventions in its areas of interests.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health (reproductive health, family planning, HIV/AIDS) - Human rights

Geographical Area of Operation


Karachi

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Youth, Adolescents - Disadvantaged and marginalised people

Support Options
- Support self-help initiatives with technical advice and training

179

Madni Women Development Organisation (MINDO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: G.T., Road (Kashi Auto Market) Kot Adu (M. Garh), Punjab. Telephone: 066-2243910, 0333-6003174, 0333-6003932 Email: madni_wdo@hotmail.com

Brief Organisational Profile


Madni Women Development Organisation was established in 1999 to support women development in rural areas of Punjab.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Health - Human rights

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Rural women

Support Options
- Primary health - Vocational training - Kitchen gardening

180

Mahbubul Haq Human Development Centre (MHDC)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 42 Embassy Road, G 6/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2271228; Fax: 051- 2822794 Email: mhhdr@mhhdc.org Website: www.un.org.pk/hd

Brief Organisational Profile


MHDC was set in 1995 to study human development in South Asian region and comparing with the rest of the world. It promotes awareness of human development issues especially among policy makers at national and international level.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human Development

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Development practitioners, policymakers and scholars

Support Options
- Research projects on outcome of education - Information sharing through policy papers, research papers and publications - Seminars and conferences

181

Malakand Rural Support Tahreek of Humanity (MRSTAH)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Village Haibat Gram p/o Thana , Malakand Telephone: 09328-440482 Email: mtsteh2001@hotmial.com

Brief Organisational Profile


MRSTAH's mission is to establish a strong civil society in the rural area of Malakand to enhance local skills, strengthen human and their institutions and enable the local communities to understand their problems and protect their rights. It supports community-led development and provides technical support to communities implementing self-help initiatives.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Rural Development - Human Right - Environment -`Health

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training and skills development - Hygiene and sanitation - Information sharing and networking

182

Marie Stopes Society (MSS)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 21-C, Commercial Area, Old Sunset Boulevard, Karachi Telephone: 0800-22333, 111-538-538 Fax: 021- 35803262, 35886471 Email: mariestopes@msspk.org Website: www.mariestopespk.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Marie Stopes Society (MSS) was registered in 1990 as a non-profit, a Social Enterprise to provide reproductive health services with a development perspective. Its aim is to improve the reproductive health of the people of Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health (Reproductive Health) - Poverty - Gender

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- No criteria

Support Options
- Facilities for male and female surgical contraception, treatment of septic/incomplete abortions - Counselling for children under five years - Referral for complicated and specialised care cases

183

Marvi Development Organisation (MDO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Marvi Center, Luhana Colony, Near Main Imam Bargha, Post Office Nabisar Road.Taluka Kunari, District Umerkot Sindh Telephone: 023-8 575 025, 0345- 8817261 Email: mdonabisar@yahoo.com Website: www.marvi-dev.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Marvi Development Organisation was established in 2001 for the empowerment of women and community development. It focuses on social and economic uplift of women in rural areas of Umerkot (Sindh).

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Poverty - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh (Umerkot)

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Women - Children - Rural Communities

Support Options
- Health, education & livelihood facilities - Training/skills development - Advocacy - Income generation guidance

184

Maternity and Child Welfare Association of Pakistan (MCWAP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: MCH House 29/30 - F, Gulberg II Lahore Telephone: 042-35752505, 35756959; Fax: 042- 35710839 Email: mcwap@pol.com.pk Website: www.marvi-dev.org

Brief Organisational Profile


MCWAP was founded in 1961 to improve health status of mothers and children through comprehensive mother and child healthcare services.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Women - Children

Support Options
- Family-based mother and child health services - Community based services and outlets - Antenatal & post natal services

185

Munawwar Memorial Hospital


Contact Details
Postal Address: Munawwar Memorial Hospital PO Box 11, Opposite Kohinoor Spinning Mills, Rawalpindi Road, Chakwal Telephone: 051-543 598048, 543 598281 Fax: 051-2211749 Email: drsajjadhaider@yahoo.co.uk Website: www.mmhpk.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Munawwar Memorial Hospital was established in 1999 by Munawwar Foundation, an Islamabad based charitable organisation, to provide people of Chakwal with free of cost or subsidised eye care facilities.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health (Eye care) - Human resource development

Geographical Area of Operation


Chakwal (Punjab)

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- People of Chakwal - Blind people - Women - Children

Support Options
- Free outpatient services - Primary eye care trainings - Primary health care - Vision campaigning - Free/subsidised cataract surgeries

186

Nai Zindagi (NZ)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No 37/38 First Floor Beverly, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2874120-1 Fax: 051-2275895 Email: naizindagi@naizindagi.com Website: www.naizindagi.com

Brief Organisational Profile


Nai Zindagi was established in 1990 to protect the interest of disfranchised segments of society that are affected by the use of drugs and associated complications. The organisation strives to integrate these neglected people back to mainstream society through its initiatives.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Health

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Drug addicts - Marginalised people - Homeless young people

Support Options
- Harm-reduction training - Socio-economic rehabilitation

187

National Society For Mentally & Emotionally Handicapped Children


Contact Details
Postal Address: 43-A Civic Centre, M.A Johar Town, Lahore & P.O Box 621 GPO Lahore Telephone: 042-35173735, 35172665 E-mail: ktareen@wol.net.pk Website: www.Specialeducationcentre.edu.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


This NGO was established in 1979 to provide educational, vocational and rehabilitation services for children with learning disabilities.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Handicapped children

Support Options
- Collection and dissemination of information - Diagnostic treatment - Educational and rehabilitation programmes - Teachers' training

188

National Rural Support Programme (NRSP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 46-Aga Khan Road, F-6/4, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2822319, 2822324 Fax: 051-2822779 Email: info@nrsp.org.pk Website: www.nrsp.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Established in 1991, NRSP's mandate is to eradicate poverty and improvement in quality of life of rural poor. It provides technical and capacity building support to partner organisations operating in different parts of the country and enhance their operational effectiveness.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Governance - Human Resource Development - Health

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Rural men and women - Community organisations

Support Options
- Advocacy and resource mobilisation - Monitoring and evaluation - Support to community infrastructure development (water and sanitation, etc) - Micro-credit - Trainings/skills development

189

Naya Qadam Project


Contact Details
Postal Address: Naya Qadam Project, Near Uswa College, Japan Road, Sihala, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2822319, 2822324 (NRSP), 0332-5255520, 4486537, 4486536 Fax: 051-4486538

Brief Organisational Profile


Naya Qadam project started working after the earthquake of 2005 which devastated lives and properties in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and AJK. It identifies and facilitates physically disable persons and to provide artificial limbs to amputees.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health

Geographical Area of Operation


AJK, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Physically disabled people - IDPs

Support Options
- Provides free of charge limbs to amputees - Prosthetic workshops

190

NGO Resource Centre (NGORC)


Contact Details
Postal Address: D - 114, Block 5, Clifton, Karachi Telephone: 021-35865501-2 Fax: 021- 35865503 Email: info@ngorc.org.pk Website: www.ngorc.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


NGORC has been in existence since 1990 to enhance organisations and systems that promote gender sensitive, participatory approaches to sustainable social and economic development.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Community development

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Civil society organisations - Community-based organisations - Corporate sector - Media - Academics - Public sector officials - Concerned citizens

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training/skills building - Information sharing and networking

191

Omer Sharif Welfare Trust


Contact Details
Postal Address: B-45 Block 16, Gulistan-e-Jauhar, Karachi Telephone: 021-34664430-32 Fax: 021-34664429 Email: info@omersharifwelfaretrust.org Website: www.omersharifwelfaretrust.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Omer Sharif Welfare Trust was established in 2006 to strengthen the bond of humanity by serving through state-of-the-art medical care, accessible to the public and artists free of charge.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- General public and artists

Support Options
- Health facilities

192

Orangi Pilot Project (OPP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Plot no. St-4, sector 5/A, qasba colony, Manghopir road, Karachi Email: opprti@cyber.net.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


OPP started in 1980 in Orangi Town, Karachi as model for improved sanitation in urban areas and became very popular across the country. The project strengthens NGOs/CBOs /Government agencies so that they can help communities self-finance initiatives for improved living conditions. The OPP has now three autonomous institutions OPP-Research and Training Institute (RTI) manages the low cost sanitation, housing, education, and research and training programmes. OPP-Orangi Charitable Trust (OCT) manages the micro enterprise credit programme. OPP-Karachi Health and Social Development Association (KHASDA) manages the health programme.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Sanitation - Housing - Health - Education - Micro-credit

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Thematic focus

Support Options
- Technical support - Capacity building including training - Microfinance

193

Organisation for Community Development (OCD)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Khushupur 51 GB. Tehsil Samundri, District Faisalabad Telephone: 041-3417161, 0300-630-5539 Fax : 041-3417261 Email: ocd51@brain.net.pk Website: www. ocdpk.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The OCD was established in 1998 to support the development of marginalised segments of society.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Empowerment - Environment

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Neglected and underprivileged communities

Support Options
- Primary health care - Women empowerment programme - Youth development - Agriculture and Environment programmes - Peace and Social harmony programmes

194

Pak Public Development Society


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No. 664/43 Bangulzai Street 2nd Stop Brewery Road, Quetta Telephone: 0812-838916 Website: www.ppdsbalochistan.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Formed in 1986, the Society promotes education and socio-economic development in backward areas of Balochistan. It focuses on building capacity through its training/skills development initiatives couple with micro-credit programmes to support income generation for the poor.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Poverty - Human rights - Environment -Rural Development

Geographical Area of Operation


Balochistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities - Poor Students

Support Options
- Formal/Non formal Schools - Vocational centres, Tuition centres - Library - Micro Credit

195

Pakistan AIDS Control Federation


Contact Details
Postal Address: H.No 184, St. 97, I-8/4, Islamabad Telephone: 0300 5153060 Email: pnacnet@pnac.net.pk Website: www.pnac.net.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


PNAC is a net-work of NGOs established in 2000 to facilitate cooperation, collaboration, and communication between them with a view to preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS. It further provides care or treatment for people living with HIV & AIDS.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- HIV AIDS

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- People affected with HIV & AIDS

Support Options
- Advocacy - Trainings and technical support - Referrals/facilitation for treatment

196

Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No. 1 A, Street No.14, F-8/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2855903-04 Email: mail@pcp.org.pk Website: www.pcp.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy is an independent, non-profit, support organisation established in August 2001 to lead philanthropy promotion in Pakistan. It sets standards for the operations of NGOs in Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Agriculture/ Food - Children - Communications/ Media - Community Development - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Business sector - Citizens - Government

Support Options
- Advocacy and resource mobilisation - Certification services

197

Pakistan Community Development Programme (Pak-CDP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: H. No. 365/C, Mohalla Bhatia inside Kachehary Gate Bannu Telephone: 0928-620193, 621123, 0333-972 3099 Fax: 0928-621510 Email: cdp_org@hotmail.com Website: www.cdporg.net

Brief Organisational Profile


The CDP was founded in 2000 to promote social and economic interests of the poor. It focuses on the handicapped and downtrodden communities of southern districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human rights (women and children) - Education - Democracy

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, FATA

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- IDPs - Marginalised and poor communities - Civil Society

Support Options
- Advocacy and resource mobilisation - Training - Networking and research initiatives

198

Pakistan Council For Social Welfare & Human Rights (PCSW&HR)


Contact Details
Postal Address: SAKHI ITTBAR, Sialkot 51310, Pakistan Telephone: 0432-560115 Fax: 0432-563809 Email: pcswhr@brain.net.pk Website: www.pcswhr.com

Brief Organisational Profile


PCSW&HR was established in 1992 and is voluntary coordinating organ among the national and International human rights and social welfare organisations that works for the welfare of humanity. This Council promotes community participation at grass roots level

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human rights

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Minorities - Children

Support Options
- Advocacy - Networking for change

199

Pakistan Girl Guides Association


Contact Details
Postal Address: National Headquarters & Training Centre, Plot No.12, Street No. 7, Sector H/9-4, Islamabad Telephone: 051-4442531 E-mail: pgga@apollo.net.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The Pakistan Girl Guides Association is a voluntary semi-governmental organisation established in 1947 to promote the interest of girls and young women at national level.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


-Education

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Girls between the ages of 6-21

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training and skills development

200

Pakistan Institute of Labour Education & Research (PILER)


Contact Details
Postal Address: ST-001, Sector X, Sub Sector - V, Gulshan-e-Maymar, Karachi Telephones: 021-6351145-7 Fax: 021-6350354 E-mail: info@piler.org.pk Website: www.piler.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


PILER was established in 1982 with the mission of creating a social order in which the real potential of the working people is fully realised and their efforts rewarded judiciously. It works with the working people of Pakistan to help them achieve that goal.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Labour rights - Human Resource Development

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Vulnerable Workers - Labour organisations

Support Options
Advocacy Training Research Workshops/courses

201

Pakistan Micro Finance Network


Contact Details
Postal Address: 132, Street No. 40, F-10/4, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2292231-32 Fax: 051-229 2230 E-mail: info@pmn.org.pk Website: www.microfinanceconnect.info

Brief Organisational Profile


The PMN is a network of organisations engaged in microfinance and dedicated to improving the outreach and sustainability of microfinance services in Pakistan. It was created in 1999.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Economic Development

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Practitioner networks - Policymakers and donors

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training - Research and information sharing

202

Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Press Centre Shahrah Kamal Attaturak, Karachi Telephone: 021-263-3215 Fax: 021- 263-7754 Email: chairman@pakistanpressfoundation.org Website: www.pakistanpressfoundaiton.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The PPF is an independent media research, documentation and training centre working to promote and defend freedom of press. It was established in 1967.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Empowerment

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Media - Women

Support Options
- Training activities - Workshops - Research and information sharing

203

Pakistan Red Crescent Society International Federation of Red Cross, Pakistan


Contact Details
Postal Address: NHQ Sector E-8, Islamabad Telephone: 051-9250404 Email: hilal@consat.net.pk Website: www.prcs.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The PRCS was founded in 1947 to alleviate the suffering of vulnerable people by mobilising the power of humanity. The international Federation of Red Cross works with the PRCS in the common mission of humanitarianism and its national headquarter is located in the same premises.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Vulnerable segments of the society - Disaster affected people

Support Options
Humanitarian Services Blood transfusion service Emergency Ambulance service First aid

204

Pakistan Rural Workers Social Welfare Organisation (PRWSWO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: P.O.Box No. 2 31 Gulistan Colony, near STN tower Bahawalpur Telephone: 062-2282442 Fax: 062-2282442 Email: farhat2@mul.paknet.com.pk, aliumarhamdi@yahoo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


This organisation was founded in 1994 to improve the standard of living for the poor. It engages with government and non-government actors and arranges for a variety of socio-economic services to help the fight poverty.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Human Rights

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Rural masses

Support Options
- Community-specific programmes in collaboration with government and donors

205

Pakistan Society for the Rehabilitation of Disabled


Contact Details
Postal Address: 111-Ferozepur Road, Lahore. Telephone: 042-7578253-7565580 E-mail: psrd@brain.net.pk Website: www.psrd.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The society was established in 1957 in Lahore, Pakistan to help the disabled with training and medical facilities.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education -Health

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Children - Teachers - Destitute and disadvantaged disabled men and women

Support Options
- Hospital and community based outreach centre - High school - Skills development unit - Rehabilitation centre - Speech therapy unit

206

Pakistan Society for the Welfare of Youth & Patients (PS)


Contact Details
Postal Address: C-15, Block 12, Federal B Area, Karachi Telephone: 021-6344644, 6804708 Fax: 021- 6343810 Email: info@pakistansociety.org Website: www.pakistansociety.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The society was established in 1982 to provide social, educational, and healthcare services to the youth and patients.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Health - Primary Health

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Drug users - Sex workers - People affected by sexually transmitted diseases - Orphans - School going-age street children -

Support Options
Awareness Raising Trainings Primary Healthcare Income Generation Legal Awareness & Facilitation Prevention of Drug Abuse, HIV/AIDS - Prevention and Treatment of Hepatitis

207

Pakistan Village Development Programme (PVDP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 88A, Street 10-11, Defense Officers Colony Khyber Road, Peshawar Telephone: 091-284677 Fax: 091- 5262006 Email: pvdp@brain.net.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The PVDP was established in 1999 to support the creation of a just civil society by harnessing the creative energies of poor and underprivileged.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human Rights - Water and Sanitation

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities

Support Options
- Technical support and training - Local resource mobilisation - Networking

208

Pakistan Voluntary Health & Nutrition Association (PAVHNA)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 64-C, 21st Commercial Street, Phase-II Extension, D.H.A. Karachi Telephone: 021-588-3698, 58014013 Fax: 021-5887859 Email: pavhna@super.net.pk Website: www.pavhna.com

Brief Organisational Profile


PAVHNA started in 2000 to achieve excellence as reproductive health training service delivery and umbrella organisation. It is committed to quality gender sensitive health services and uses innovative approaches.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local Communities - Most disadvantaged sector of society - Women - Children

Support Options
- Adolescents/Youth Programmes - Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria - PAVHNA Theatre Group - Surgical clinics - Seminars

209

Pakistan Women Lawyers Association (PAWLA)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 710, 7th Floor, Kashif Centre, Karachi Telephone: 021-5213533, 5673286 Fax: 021- 5673286 Email: pawla@fascom.com

Brief Organisational Profile


PAWLA was founded in 1985 to provide legal assistance to women in distress. Based in Karachi, PAWLA is run by professional lawyers and volunteers.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human Rights

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Women requiring legal support

Support Options
- Advocacy and legal aid programmes

210

Pakistani Youth Organisation (PYO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Mian Afzal Hospital Aroop Morr Sialkot Road, Gujranwala Telephone: 055-3203626 Fax: 055-3203626 Email: pyo_grw@yahoo.com Website: www.pyopk.org

Brief Organisational Profile


PYO was formed in 1990 to provide healthy lifestyle for youth, women & Children. It has been working toward creating drug free society.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Drug Abuse

Geographical Area of Operation


Gujranwala

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Drug addicts

Support Options
- Awareness-raising programmes - Free Drug Treatment - Counselling - Healthcare facilities - Outreach services for street drug users

211

Panah Shelter Home (Panah Trust) (PT)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Panah Shelter Home, Project of Panah Trust, Darul Aman Premises, Plot No. St-6, Block 10, Federal-B area, Karachi Telephone: 021-36360025 Fax: 021-36360028 Email: panahhome@yahoo.com, panahhome@gmail.com Website: www.panahshelter.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Panah Trust became functional in January 2002. It seeks to provide a safe and peaceful heaven for distressed women where they can regain their mental peace and develop self-confidence.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Women with special needs

Geographical Area of Operation


Karachi

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Distressed women - Children

Support Options
- Shelter Home - Skill development facilities - Free legal and medical aid

212

Participatory Integrated Development Society (PIDS)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 414-D, Samungli Housing Scheme, Quetta Telephone: 081-2863587/2863588; 0300-3841566 Fax: 081-2863589 Email: ceo@pidsnpo.org Website: www.pidsnpo.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The PIDS was established to promote community-led development in Balochistan. It works with partner organisation to especially protect the interests of women and children.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty

Geographical Area of Operation


Balochistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Poor communities

Support Options
- Advocacy and awareness campaigns - Training - Sanitation-promotion activities - Networking

213

Participatory Village Development Programme (PVDP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: PVDP Office, Near Muhammad Medical College, Mirpurkhas Sindh, Telephone: 0233-513297, 0300-3027591 Email: pvdpthar@yahoo.com Website: www.pvdpsindh.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Since 1997, PVDP has been working with the civil society organisations, government, and local communities to bring a sustainable change in the life of poor particularly the women, children, the old and disabled persons.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Human Rights - Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Civil society Government departments Local marginalised communities Old and disabled people

Support Options
- Advocacy and Training - Income generating activities - Health care facilities

214

Pattan Development Organisation (PDO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 5, street 58, F-10/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2299494 Fax: 051-2291547 Email: info@pattan.org Website: www.pattan.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Pattan emerged in 1992 after the disastrous floods that hit several areas of the Punjab causing massive destruction. It helps communities in preparedness for such disaster and in enhancing their capacity to sustain their livelihood in such times.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation - Empowerment - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- socially, politically and economically marginalised communities

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training - Distribution of relief and rehabilitation goods - Networking

215

PIEDAR
Contact Details
Postal Address: Office No. 3, 1st Floor, 64-E, Masco Plaza, Blue Area Islamabad Telephone: 051-2820359 Fax: 051-2820379 E-mail: kabirwala@piedar.org Website: www.piedar.org

Brief Organisational Profile


PIEDAR started operations in 1992 to identify, test and demonstrate practices and innovations for sustainable development. The organisation is now focusing on promoting health and hygiene in collaboration with international partners and local industry.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Natural resource management - Waste management (water, sanitation and hygiene)

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, Balochistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Partner organisations working in slums

Support Options
- Partnership with communities and local authorities - Advocacy - Schools training Micro-credit and enterprise development programmes

216

Punjab Rural Support Programme (PRSP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 7th Floor, LDA, Plaza and Kashmir, Egerton Road Lahore Telephone: 042-6369042 Fax: 042-6369043 Email: cs@prsp.org.pk Website: www.prsp.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The PRSP is part of the Rural Support Programmes Network (RSPN). It was established 1998 to fight poverty through social & economic empowerment of rural communities in the Punjab.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Rural Development

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Rural communities

Support Options
- Advocacy and resource mobilisation - Training/skills development of community organisations - Micro-credit - Community Infrastructure

217

Punjab TB Association
Contact Details
Postal Address: Health Complex, 16-k, Gulberg -3 Lahore Telephone: 042-35756986, 35871180 Fax: 042-35755068 Email: patba@patba.org Website: www.patba.org

Brief Organisational Profile


PATA has been active in the treatment, rehabilitation and welfare of TB patients throughout the country since 1956.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- TB Patients

Support Options
- Free treatment for poor patients - Research in Tuberculosis and coordination with other bodies in fight against TB

218

READ Foundation
Contact Details
Postal Address: House No. 747, Street No. 10, Sector G-9/3, Islamabad, Telephone: 051- 111 323 424 Fax: 051-2253260 Email: info@readfoundation.org Website: www.readfoundation.org

Brief Organisational Profile


READ was established in 1994 with a mission of serving underprivileged children through quality education in rural Pakistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education -Human Rights

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Talented children Orphans Students Rural communities

Support Options
- Free education and teachers' training - Advocacy - Computer labs and libraries

219

Rising Sun Educational & Welfare Society (RSE & WS)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 544/2 XX Sector, Phase III, D.H.A Lahore Cantt. Telephone: 042-5740161, 5734133, 5693800, 5899252 Fax: 042-5693803 Email: rising.sun.institute@gmail.com, info@risingsun.org.pk Website: www.risingsun.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


This society was formed in 1984 to act ASA centre of excellence for the education & rehabilitation of special children.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Special Children

Support Options
- Facilitating learning - Institute for special children - Basic medical care - Speech therapy - Physiotherapy - Vocational trainings

220

Root Work
Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 1, Green Homes Housing Scheme, Nasim Nagar Road, Qasimabad, Hyderabad, Sindh Telephone: 022-2650595, 2650596 Fax: 022-2650596 E.mail: mail@rootwork.org.pk Website: www.rootwork.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Root Work started operations in Balochistan and Sindh in 2003 and 2005 respectively. It works for the empowerment of people and for a free society based on the values of Justice, fairness, peace and tolerance.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education, -Human rights

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh and Balochistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Marginalised groups of women, children and youth of communities

Support Options
- Networking - Supporting partner organisations with training and other capacity building initiatives

221

Rozan
Contact Details
Postal Address: Plot 11, Street 15, APWA Building, Sector G-7/2, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2890505-7 Fax: 051-2890508 E-mail: info@rozan.org Website: www.rozan.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Rozan have been active since 1993 and its mission is to have worked with all people, especially women, youth, and children, to collectively strive for a society that is self-aware, violence free, and accepting of itself and others.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Children Youth Women Government departments

Support Options
- Advocacy - Volunteer support - Training and counselling

222

Rural Community Support Project (RCSP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Jamia Colony Near Tehhsil Head Quarter Hospital Distt. Samar Bagh Dir Lower Telephone: 0945-850220, 0300-9010307 Email: rcs_pk@yahoo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


RCSP works for creating a progressive, healthy and educated community and it is more focused on women and children in the province.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Health - Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Poor local communities Women IDPs Children

Support Options
- Advocacy - Schools and health care facilities - Training

223

Rural Development Organisation (RDO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Post Box Chaurra Village, Teh Wazirabad, Gujaranwala Telephone: 055-6440495, 055-6773078, 0301-6678495 Fax: 055-773078 Email: nasirmehmood185@yahoo.com & rdo786@yahoo.com Website: www. rdorganization.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Rural development Organisation was founded in December 2004 to raise awareness of the socio-economic uplift process, especially in these areas where the basic health and education facilities were missing. It focuses on the women, children and other vulnerable segments of society in its operations and strives to create a rights-based system.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Health

Geographical Area of Operation


Gujranwala

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Marginalised, underprivileged and underdeveloped rural and urban communities - Teaching staff - Local health personnel

Support Options
- Institutional and physical development initiatives - Advocacy and linkages - Relief and rehabilitation activities - Training and skills development - Basic health facilities

224

Safi Qureshey Foundation (SQF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Room No 706, Park Avenue, PECHS, Main Shara-eFaisal, Karachi Telephone: 021-34382694-5, 0300-9245082 Fax: 021- 34382695 Email: info@sqfoundation.org Website: www.sqfoundation.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Established in 1984 with an aim to produce television programming with the explicit goal of improving basic literacy, innumeracy and cognitive skills in mentally challenged children. It focuses on the disadvantaged communities in service delivery.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Mentally challenged - Physically challenged

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Disabled children

Support Options
- Special services/support for the mentally challenged such as assessment and rehabilitation - Library, hall and computer lab

225

SAHIL
Contact Details
Postal Address: 13, First Floor, AL-Babar Centre, F-8 Markaz, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2260636, 2856950, 0800-13518 Fax: 051- 2254678 E-mail: info@sahil.org Website: www.sahil.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Sahil was established in 1996 as an NGO, to ensure the protection of children from sexual abuse. Sahil is the only organisation in Pakistan that works exclusively on the issue of child sexual abuse and exploitation.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Child sexual abuse - Education of children - Gender justice

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Children and women victims of sexual abuse

Support Options
- Advocacy through media - Youth club - Specialised training/awareness for children regarding their privacy protection - Free legal aid, counselling, and psychological services for victims

226

Saibaan Development Organisation (SDO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Saibaan Development Organisation, House No. F-47, Sector F, Ghazikot Township, Mansehra Telephone: 0997-440529, 203322 Fax: 0997-440528 Email: info@saibaan.org.pk, executive.director@saibaan.org.pk Website: www.saibaan.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The SDO was established in 1999 to provide better education, health, and income earning opportunities for the under-privileged segments of society.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Child sexual abuse - Education of children

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Disadvantaged and deprived communities

Support Options
- Training/skills development - Income generation activities - Emergency response

227

Saifullah Foundation for Sustainable Development (SFSD)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 4th Floor, Kulsum Plaza, 42-Blue-Area, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2874670, 2873595, 282 9415 Fax: 051 - 2873606 Email: info@saifgroup.com Website: www.saifgroup.com

Brief Organisational Profile


SFSD was established in 2002 for bridging the gap between the less developed rural districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the mainstream economy and society, through the provision of educational and health facilities and access to economic opportunities.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Lakki Marwat)

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Women - Children - Unemployed - Rural population

Support Options
- Advocacy (FM 88) radio station - Hospital and clean drinking water facilities - Installing hand-pumps, pilot drips, irrigation system - Sports club - Vocational and technical training

228

Samajee Behbood Rabita Council (SBRC)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Mal Lar Jehangira Road, Swabi Telephone: 0938-221467, 223188 Email: sbrc_swabi@yahoo.com, liaqat_hrd@yahoo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


SBRC was established in 1994 in Swabi to support and strengthen CBOs in their respective areas of operations through advocacy, networking and capacity building.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Community Development - Gender justice

Geographical Area of Operation


Swabi

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Community based organisations (CBOs) - Children - Women

Support Options
Training of CBOs Networking amongst CBOs Seminars & theatre Legal aid Basic health facilities

229

Sami Samaj Sujag Sangat (SSSS)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Near Main Gate Umerkot, Fort Court Road, Umerkot Telephone: 0238-571593, 400059 Fax: 0238-570493 Email: samisangat@yahoo.com Website: www.samifoundation.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


This NGO was setup in 1989 to promote participatory approaches to development. It works with communities to mobilise social capital into development process.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


Community Development

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh (Umerkot)

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Village communities - Women - Children - Farmers - Minorities

Support Options
- Advocacy of safe delivery (water) practices - Income generation schemes - Training of Village Volunteers - Household level survey - Women health projects

230

Sarhad Rural Support Programme (SRSP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No 129, Street No 8, Defence Officers Colony, Khyber Road, Peshawar Telephone: 091-9211417, 274540 Fax: 091- 285389 Email: srsp@brain.net.pk Website: www.srsp.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


SRSP was established in 1989 to inspire and promote a culture of communityled initiatives. It strives to create a network of grass roots institutions for poverty reduction, sustainable, equitable and engendered development.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Community Development - Poverty

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, FATA

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Rural communities especially women

Support Options
Advocacy Skills development and training Micro-finance Monitoring of field activities Networking with local and international partners

231

Sarsabz Foundation (SB)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Sarsabz Foundation-Pakistan, 616-A, Peoples Colony No 1, Faisalabad Telephone: 041- 8545617 Fax: 041-8416111 Email: sarsabz.rc@gmail.com, niaya-s@hotmail.com Website: www.sarsabz.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The foundation was established to help women of rural areas to learn skills and use those in earning income for their families.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Health - Agriculture

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local and rural communities Women

Support Options
- Income generation and skills development - Credit facilities

232

SASI Foundation (SASI)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Sasi House, Kehkashan Town House No. B-4, Plot No. FL-2, Block 5, Clifton, Karachi Telephone: 021-5373106-7 Fax: 021- 5870671 Email: sasifoundation@hotmail.com Website: www.sasirealestateservice.com www.sasifoundation.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Sasi group was set up over 130 years ago to promote entrepreneurship among the poor in local context. It helps people to learn local knowledge and technology and use this for commercial purposes with a view to creating employment opportunities for the poor in communities.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Community Development

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh (Karachi)

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Non-profit entities - Masses

Support Options
- Advocacy - Support to non-profit entities to become self sustaining - Social entrepreneurship programme - Advisory, education and medical services

233

SEBCON
Contact Details
Postal Address: 3rd Floor, ATS Centre Block A, Fazl-ul-Haq Road, Blue Area, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2827617, 2827643 Fax: 051-2827644 E-mail: sebcon.isb@gmail.com Website: www.sebcon.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


SEBCON was established in 1987 to promote development- oriented socioeconomic and anthropological research, national baseline surveys, evaluations, feasibilities in the social sector, training, community based development projects.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Economic development - Poverty

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Communities at the grass root level - Government agencies - Multi-lateral agencies

Support Options
- Environment Impact Assessment - Micro credit - Micro enterprise development - Infrastructure development - On-farm water management - Training - Workshops

234

Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre (SKMCH)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 7-A, Block R-3, Johar Town, Lahore Telephone: 042 -518 0725,111-155-555 Fax: 042 -5180720 Email: ilo@skm.org.pk Website: www.shaukatkhanum.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


SKMCH started operations in 1994 with a mission to act as a model institution to alleviate the suffering of patients with cancer through the application of modern methods of curative and palliative therapy irrespective of their ability to pay. The centre also provides opportunities to health care professionals to do research into the causes and treatment of cancer.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Cancer patients belonging to poor families

Support Options
- Training of doctors and nurses - Diagnostic and treatment facilitates for patients

235

Shifa Foundation (SF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No Corporate Office Sector H-8/4, Islamabad Telephone: 051-4443 849 Fax: 051-4435-046 Email: info@shifafoundation.com Website: www.shifafoundation.com

Brief Organisational Profile


Shifa Foundation was established in 1991 to foster, promote and aid the care of sick people. Further, it provides state-of-the-art education to health professionals and para-professionals.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Poor and deserving people

Support Options
- Health facilities - Medical services - Patient services

236

Shirkat Gah
Contact Details
Postal Address: Flat No. 1, G-18, Khuhro Apts. Block 5, Main Clifton Road, Karachi Telephone: 021-35831140, 358379211, 35824320 Fax: 021-35830563 E-mail: shirkat@cyber.net.pk Website: www.shirkatgah.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Shirkat Gah was established in 1975 to empower women and help them play a larger role in policy making and governance at national and sub-national level. The organisation engages with partner organisations and train women across the country.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Governance - Community development

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Members of community based organisations

Support Options
- Advocacy and coalition building - Training - Research and information sharing

237

Sindh Agricultural & Forestry Workers Coordinating Organisation (SAFWCO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: H. No. 248/49, Shahdadpur Cooperating Housing Society, Shahdadpur, Sanghar. Telephone: 0235-841242 E-mail: safwcoho@hyd.paknet.com.pk Website: www.safwco.org

Brief Organisational Profile


This organisation was established in 1986 to check rise in poverty and provide decent employment opportunities in rural Sindh. The organisation supports the creation of a sustainable, equitable and just society using community-led approaches.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Community development

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Marginalised and less-privileged communities - Rural poor

Support Options
Advocacy Training Network of support in schools Monitoring and evaluation services - Support in sanitation projects

238

Sindh Development Society (SDS)


Contact Details
Postal Address: B-49, Bhitai Nagar, Hyderabad, Sindh. Telephone: 022-3668660, 3667837, 367784, 3667317 Fax: 022-3668660 Email: sindhyd@hotmail.com, sindhdevelopmentsoci@yahoo.com Website: www.sdsngo.org

Brief Organisational Profile


SDS was formed in 1991 to uplift the living standard of the people living the backward areas of the province of Sindh, through participatory sustainable and integrated developed activities and to promote and Advocate the Right of the valuable Section of Society.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human Rights - Women - Children

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Underprivileged and vulnerable sections of society - Women - Children

Support Options
Awareness and Advocacy Legal aid Primary health care Non-formal education Capacity building Micro-enterprise, self employment generating activities

239

Sindh Youth Welfare Organisation Sukkur (SYWO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 109, Street # 1, Shah Khalid Colony, Sukkur Telephone: 071-5024892, 0333-7100838 Email: sywosukkur@gmail.com, info@sywosuk.org Website: www.sywosuk.org

Brief Organisational Profile


SYWO Sukkur is a registered NGO working for promoting education in the province. It strives to brings about social and economic change in the province through improved quality of education for all. It has been operational since 1995.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Human rights

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Educational institutions of public and private sectors having an interest in improvements and excellence in education

Support Options
Educational programmes Teachers' training programme Vocational training Curricula development programmes - Income generating training - Parents-motivating programmes

240

Social Action Bureau for Assistance in Welfare & Organisation Networking (SABAWAON)
Contact Details
Postal Address: H. No. 230, Street 4, Sector H 1, Phase 2, Hayatabad, Peshawar Telephone: 091- 5815793 Fax: 091- 5810424 E-mail: info@sabawaon.org Website: www.sabawon.org

Brief Organisational Profile


SABAWAON was established in 1994 to create an enabling environment in which the marginalised and deprived can access social services. It works with and mobilises local communities to help achieve this mission.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Community development

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Women and children - Marginalised and deprived groups of local communities

Support Options
Advocacy Training Network of CBSs Social Surveys

241

Social and Volunteer Efforts (SAVE)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Basti Ameer Shah Kot Addu District Muzaffar Garh Telephone: 0314-6571775, 0662-242502 E-mail: assad.kotadu.pk@gmail.com Website: www.savengo.webs.com

Brief Organisational Profile


Established in 1996, SAVE supports community development through participatory approaches. It focuses on the poor, especially women and children in service delivery.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty

Geographical Area of Operation


Muzaffar Garh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Poor and needy communities of rural areas - Women

Support Options
- Capacity building - Advocacy - Seminars - Volunteers

242

Social Cultural and Educational Welfare Association (SCEWA)


Contact Details
Postal Address: SCEWA & Unique Academy Chowk Nishtarabad, Circular Road, Peshawar Telephone: 091-2562979 Fax: 091-2572467 Email: scewa619@yahoo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


SCEWA was established in 1990 to create and promote awareness among people about various social, cultural, educational, and hygienic & environmental problems.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities

Support Options
- Advocacy - Capacity building/Training - Workshop/seminars

243

Social Development Foundation


Contact Details
Postal Address: House, No.52, Street No.3 Block No. 12 Khanewal. Telephone: 065-2556789, 2013515 E-mail: sdfngo@hotmail.com Website: www.sdfngo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


The NGO was established in 1994 to eliminate social and economic disparities within southern Punjab. It strives to bring the neglected areas of the province at par with their developed counterparts. It builds capacity at individual and community level so that they can achieve sustainable improvement in living conditions.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Community development

Geographical Area of Operation


Southern Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Women - Communities in southern Punjab - Disabled

Support Options
- Advocacy - Vocational training - Mother & childcare centre

244

Social Policy and Development Centre


Contact Details
Postal Address: 15 Maqbool Cooperative Housing Society, Block 7 & 8, Karachi Telephone: 021-111-113-113 Fax: 021- 4534285 E-mail: email@spdc.org.pk Website: www.spdc.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The SPDC was established in 1995 to carry out research in social and economic issues and promote a culture of informed-policy making in the country.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Economic development

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Government - Civil society

Support Options
Advocacy Research, technical assistance Training Information sharing/publications

245

Social Team for Education and Environmental Prosperity (STEP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 262/2, Al Murtaza Khanewal Road, Kabirwala District, Khnewal Telephone: 065-2411512 Fax: 065 - 2410785 Email: stepkhanewal@gmail.com

Brief Organisational Profile


It was established in 1996 to empower neglected and under -privileged communities of Tehsil Kabirwala with a view to facilitating participatory development.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Community development

Geographical Area of Operation


Lahore and Khanewal (Punjab)

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Marginalised communities - Women

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training

246

Social Youth Council of Patriots (SYCOP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Seyal House, Fazal Nagar, Jhang road, Muzaffargarh Telephone: 066-242 3471, 242 3470, 0300-6860470-1 Fax: 066-242-3470 Email: info@sycoppk.com, sycopt@yahoo.com Website: www.sycoppk.com

Brief Organisational Profile


SYCOP is a non-profit, non-governmental and non-political developmental organisation registered in 1996 struggling to aware, organise and mobilise the people of Muzaffargarh for the realisation of their developmental and basic

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Democracy - Youth - Gender equality - Culture - Health - Human rights

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab (Muzaffargarh)

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Marginalised people of Muzaffargarh - Youth

Support Options
Skill development Capacity building Organising youth, awareness Social mobilisation Advocacy, networking Technical support, research and knowledge building

247

Society for the Advancement of Community Health, Education & Training (SACHET)
Contact Details
Postal Address: Al-Babar Center, Park Road, F-8 Markaz, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2254933 Fax: 051-2255053 Email: sachet.pakistan@gmail.com Website: www.sachet.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


SACHET was established in 1999 to promote human development of the disadvantaged communities with gender perspective.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Gender

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Communities - Public & civil society organisations - Low-income localities

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training, skills development - Networking with Government and CSOs/CBOs

248

Society for Education, Environment and Population Welfare (SEEP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 164-C, Marghzar Colony, Awan Town, Multan Road Lahore Telephone: 0300 4100377, 042-7445424 Fax: 042 -5712734 Email: sajjadalnabi@gmail.com

Brief Organisational Profile


This NGO was established in 1993 to provide people of the province with better educational facilities and to improve environment.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Gender

Geographical Area of Operation


Punjab

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- People of Sialkot and Narowal

Support Options
- Schools - Trainings - Health facilities - Sewerage system

249

Society for the Advancement of Education (SAHE)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 65 - C, Garden Block, New Garden Town, Lahore Telephone: 042-5868115-6 Fax: 042-5839816 Email: sahe@brain.net.pk Website: www.sahe.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


This society was established in1982 with the vision of giving every child the right to quality education. The society has been working on this mission since its birth.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Gender

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Children - Women - Communities

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training

250

Society for Conservation and Protection of Environment (SCOPE)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Annex D-141 Block-2 PECHS, Karachi Telephone: 021-34522562 Fax: 021- 34557009 Email: scope@scope.org.pk Website: www.scope.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


SCOPE was established in 1988 with the aim of protecting the environment at local, national and global level. It supports the implementation of global environment agenda for the 21st century.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Environment - Sustainable Development - Water

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- NGOs - Government departments - Communities

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training - Research - Networking support

251

Society for Empowering Human Resource (SEHER)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 1-B Jinnah Avenue, Jinnah Town, Quetta Telephone: 081-2826745 Fax: 081-2870642 Email: seher@seher.org.pk Website: www.seher.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


SEHR was established to empower the marginalised segment of the society to assert for their social, economic and political rights.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human rights - Community development

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Marginalised segment of society - Women - Children - Minorities

Support Options
- Advocacy and legal education - Research and information sharing - Health care services - Emergency response services

252

Society for Community Support for Primary Education in Balochistan (SCSPEB)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Surkh Pull, Near Killi Shadi Khan Samungli Road Quetta Telephone: 081-2885891-92, 0334-2411150 Fax: 081-2885893 Email: society@scspeb.org , societyisd@scspeb.org Website: www.scspeb.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The SCSPEB was established in 1992 to promote human development through government-community partnerships. It works for promoting primary education especially among girls.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Environment

Geographical Area of Operation


Balochistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Communities of rural slums - Teachers - Refugees

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training and skills development - Seminars/workshops - Services for refugees

253

Society for Human Rights & Prisoners Aid (SHARP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House no 68-A, Street No. 25, F-10/1, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2211740 Email: info@sharp-pakistan.org Website: www.sharp-pakistan.org

Brief Organisational Profile


SHARP was registered in 1999 as a humanitarian group, for the uplift of human rights in the country.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human Rights - Legal Aid - Disaster relief - HIV AIDS

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Afghan refugees - Asylum seekers - IDPs

Support Options
- Advice and legal aid - Refugees support

254

SOS Children's Villages Of Pakistan


Contact Details
Postal Address: SOS Children's Villages of Pakistan, National officer Ferozpur Road Lahore Telephone: 042-5854416, 5866546 Fax: 042 5852377 E-mail: national@sos.org.pk Website: www.sos.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


SOS Children's Villages was established in 1975 to provide orphans and abandoned children a home, good nurturing and a fair chance in life. The organisation gives such children a new home and opportunities for social and economic advancement.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Children in special needs

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Orphans and abandoned children

Support Options
Child-care centres Children villages Youth homes Schools Vocational training Emergency relief activities

255

SPARC
Contact Details
Postal Address: H # 151-B, Street 37, F-10/1, P.O. Box 301, Islamabad Telephone: 051- 229 1553, 2291559 Fax: 051-2291680 Email: ed@sparcpk.org, info@sparcpk.org Website: www.sparcpk.org

Brief Organisational Profile


SPARC was established in 1992 to work on child related issues, drawing inspiration from the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Child rights - Child labour - Juvenile justice - Education - Violence against children

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Children

Support Options
- Advocacy group and outreach activities - Research - Capacity/institutional building

256

Strengthening Participatory Organisation (SPO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: H No. 429, Street 11, F-10/2, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2103654, 2104677 Fax: 051 - 2112787 Email: info@spopk.org Website: www.spopk.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The SPO was established in 1987 as a small entity with support from the Canadian Government. However, it is now a big organisation working for improved governance in the country.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Democracy - Governance - Emergency Response - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Organisations and people meeting the thematic focus

Support Options
- Advocacy and networking - Training

257

Sudhaar
Contact Details
Postal Address: 134 - Abu Bakr Block, New Garden Town, Lahore Telephone: 042 - 5868176/7, 5889356 Fax: 042 - 5862685, 5917050 Email: sudhaarlhr@hotmail.com Website: www.sudhaar.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Sudhar was established in 1995 to improve on the quality of education offered in the formal and non-formal education sector and to address child labour problem especially in its worst forms.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Child Protection - Literacy

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Organisations working in the same sector - Individuals/groups facing child labour problems

Support Options
- Advocacy - Training

258

Sultana Foundation
Contact Details
Postal Address: Lehtarar Road, Farash Town P.O .Box. 2700, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2243500-5 Fax: 051-2242922 Email: info@sultana-foundation.com Website: sultana@sultana-foundation.com www.sultana-foundation.com

Brief Organisational Profile


The Sultana Foundation was established in 1994 to free people from ignorance, powerlessness and voiceless-ness by equipping them with knowledge and inspiring them to act. The idea is to create a more responsible and disciplined society using participatory approaches. It especially focuses on the needs of women.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Community development - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Rawalpindi and Islamabad

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Individuals - Youth

Support Options
- Colleges of professional education - Medicare and health education - Madrassah school - Primary schools - Skills training and community uplift programmes

259

Sungi Development Foundation


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 1692/C, Civil Lines, Circular Road, Abbottabad Telephone: 0992-334750, 333414 , 337311-16 Fax: 0992-331726 Website: www.sungi.org

Brief Organisational Profile


SUNGI was established in 1989 to bring about policy and institutional changes. It works by mobilising deprived and marginalised communities to create an environment in which they can transform their lives through the equitable and sustainable use of resources.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Disaster relief and rehabilitation - Rural development - Governance - Poverty

Geographical Area of Operation


Hazara district

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Women - Deprived and marginalised communities especially of rural areas of Hazara

Support Options
- Relief and distribution of food and shelter - Micro finance for women - Advocacy - Training - Seminars - Research

260

Support With Working Solution (SWWS)


Contact Details
Postal Address: SWWS, Karnal Sher Khan Town (N-Killi), Swabi Telephone: 0938-310059, 0300-5727211, 0345-9000511 Fax: 0938-310059 Email: javed@swwspk.org Website: www.swwspk.org

Brief Organisational Profile


SWWS was founded in 1991 to improve health and socio-economic status of women and actively involve them in developmental activities and in the process of social change.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Human Right - Environment

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Poor individuals - Women - Refugees - Community organisation s

Support Options
- Advocacy and local resource mobilisation - Capacity building - Networking support - Campaigning against honour killings - Clean drinking water supply - Micro and Small scale enterprises - Reproductive health services - Clinical service delivery

261

Sustainable Development Policy Institute


Contact Details
Postal Address: Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI), 20, Hill Road, F-6/3, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2278134-7 Fax: 051-2278135 E-mail: main@sdpi.org & afshan@sdpi.org Website: www.sdpi.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The SDPI was established in 1992 to facilitate the country's transition toward sustainable development by promoting peace, social justice and well being within and across generations.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Governance - Environment - Human Development - Globalisation and rural livelihood

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Public and private organisations - NGOs - Academia

Support Options
- Advocacy - Internship and training opportunities - Policy analysis, research and advisory services

262

Taangh Wasaib Tanzeem (TWT)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 43, St # 1, Gulshan-e-Bashir, Sargodha Telephone: 0483-215042 Fax: 0483-226547 Email: taanghwasaib @yahoo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


Taangh Wasaib was created in 2002 to create an enabling environment for non-discrimination, equal rights and access to equal opportunities. It supports this mission by raising awareness through its education and other programmes.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human rights - Education

Geographical Area of Operation


Sargodha

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Poorest of the poor

Support Options
- Legal aid - Advocacy - Financial support - Skills development/training - Counselling of victims

263

Taraqee Foundation (TF)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No # 47, Survey 144, Defense housing society, near PSO depot, Airport road, Quetta Telephone: 081- 2672036, 2672043 Fax: 081- 2672013 Email: taraqee@taraqee.org, admin@taraqee.org Website: www.taraqee.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Taraqee Foundation was established in 1994 to alleviate poverty through gender-sensitive people-centric approaches. It provides a set of social economic services through its linkages with stakeholders.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health - Education - Disaster

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh and Balochistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Low income communities - Women - Teachers - Children - Disaster affected communities

Support Options
- Basic Health and Education Services - Micro finance and Enterprise development - Disaster Mitigation and Preparedness, Food distribution, Vaccination - Emergency health facilities - Parent Teacher Committees

264

Teachers' Resource Centre


Contact Details
Postal Address: C-121, 2nd Floor Ehtesham Centre DHA Phase 1, Karachi Telephone: 021-3539-2976, 3539-4059 Fax: 021-35394018 E-mail: info@trconline.org Website: www.trconline.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Teachers' Resource Centre is a non-profit, non-government organisation, established in 1986 as a response to the declining standards of education in both government and private sector schools.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


Government Private sector Schools Teachers Children

Support Options
- Institutional and associate membership for schools - Workshops, classroom support, library - Curricula development - Educational research - Training

265

Thardeep Rural Development Programme (TRDP)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No. 1106, Near Dargah Hussain Shah, Siran, Mithi (69230), District Tharparkar Telephone: 0232-261462, 261661 Fax: 0232-261379 Email: info@thardeep.org Website: www.thardeep.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The TRDP is aimed at facilitating the rural communities in a way that they can be empowered to secure their rights with command over resources and capabilities to manage the process of sustainable development. It was established in 1987 in response to drought in Thar desert.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Rural Development - Health - Education - Water - Agriculture - Disaster relief

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Men, women and children of rural communities

Support Options
- Income generation through provision of credit - Basic training for managerial and technical capacity building - Primary health care - Support in building community infrastructure (water and sanitation) - Support for the protection of children's rights - Emergency response & rehabilitation

266

The Citizens Foundation


Contact Details
Postal Address: 7th Floor NICL Building Abbasi Road, Karachi. Telephone: 021-111-823-823 Fax: 021-5653173 E-mail: citizens@cyber.net.pk Website: www.thecitizensfoundation.com

Brief Organisational Profile


The TCF is a professionally managed, non-profit organisation set up in 1995 to bring about an enduring positive change for communities with greatest need through the power of quality education, enabling moral, spiritual, intellectual enlightenment & opportunities for a better life.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Less privileged children especially women - Rural areas and urban slums

Support Options
Schools Curricula Training College placement, scholarship assistance - Teacher Training Centre - Surveying education-deprived locations

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The Helpline Trust (THT)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 15 -C, 12, Ittehad Lane, Phase-II Extn. Defense Housing Authority, Karachi. Telephone: 021-35889643, 35889645 Fax: 021- 35889740 Email: trust@helplinetrust.org, info@helplinetrust.org Website: www.helplinetrust.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Helpline Trust was formed in 1994 in Karachi To create consumer awareness through the rule of law advocacy and enforcement of a code of conduct and accountability among government officials, politicians and other key stakeholder groups.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


-Governance

Geographical Area of Operation


Karachi

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Government - Politicians - Civil society

Support Options
- Advocacy with consumers/individual and institutions for change - Public participation programmes - Education, health and traffic improvement programmes

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The Kidney Centre Post-Graduate Training Institute (TKCI)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 197/9 Rafiqui Shaheed Road, Karachi-75530 Telephone: 021-35661000 (10-Lines) Fax: 021-35661040, 35661050 Email: mail@kidneycentre.com Website: www.kidneycentre.com

Brief Organisational Profile


The Institute was established to provide specialised renal and related healthcare services of international standards to the poor who could not otherwise afford them. The institute also promotes awareness of kidney & related disorders and helps in early diagnostics.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health

Geographical Area of Operation


Karachi

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- People with nephro-urological ailments (free treatment for poor)

Support Options
- Free screening for renal diseases - Teaching, training and research - Medical treatment for deserving patients

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The Layton Rahmatulla Benevolent Trust (LRBT)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 37 -C, Sunset Lane No 4, Phase II, 24th Commercial Street, DHA, Karachi Telephone: 0800-44441, 021 35396600-5 Fax: 021-35396606 Email: lrbt@cyber.net.pk Website: www.lrbt.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


LRBT was founded in 1984 to prevent suffering caused by blindness and other eye ailments. The Trust provides state-of-the-art free eye care in keeping with the tradition of excellence.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Health (blindness)

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- INGOs - Government departments - Private organisations

Support Options
- Eye care hospital

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The National Educational & Environmental Development Society (NEEDS)


Contact Details
Postal Address: The National Educational and Environmental Development Society near DPO Office, Dera Murad Jamali Nasirabad, Balochistan Telephone: 0838-711170, 0301-3698088/92, 0300-3181980 Email: need_org@yahoo.com, ak.mengal@yahoo.com

Brief Organisational Profile


NEEDS was established in 1997 to help individuals protect their fundamental rights and entitlements. It empowers individuals, communities and organisations through provision of information and skills. Further, it promotes gender/rights based approaches in impoverished areas of Balochistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human rights - Gender

Geographical Area of Operation


Balochistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities - Individuals - Civil society organisations

Support Options
- Advocacy & Awareness raising

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The Network for Consumer Protection (The Network)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Flat No. 5, 2nd Floor, 40-A, Ramzan Plaza, G-9 Markaz, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2261085 Fax: 051-2262495 Email: main@thenetwork.org.pk Website: www.thenetwork.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


The Network was established in 1992 to protect and promote the interest of consumers. It educates them about their rights and provides them with independent information on goods and services. It also brings under focus government's performance as protector of their rights.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Consumers Rights

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Consumers

Support Options
- Educate consumers - Advocacy for consumerfriendly laws - Seminars/trainings - Help consumers in rights protection

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The Researchers (TR)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House # 614, First Floor, Street # 10, Sector G 11/1, Islamabad Telephone: 051-2292793-4, 0345-8559800 Fax: 051-2297599 Email: theresearcherspk@yahoo.com, contact@theresearchers.org Website: www.theresearchers.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The TR was established in 1998 to strengthen CSOs. The key objective of its establishment was to promote rights based democratic governance through socio, political and economic empowerment for all especially for poor and women.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Governance - Gender - Human Rights

Geographical Area of Operation


Balochistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Women - Communities - IDPs

Support Options
- Advocacy for empowerment and policy change - Research, monitoring, and evaluation - Conferences, focus group discussions and trainings

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Trust for Rural Uplift and Community Education (TRUCE)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 2A Park Road Scheme II, Chak Shahzad, Islamabad Telephone: 051 - 2242047, 2242048 Fax: 051 - 2241323 Email: trucedj@gmail.com Website: www.trucedj.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


TRUCE was established to develop and improve the living conditions of community. The organisation focuses on improving social indicators through its activities.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Community development - Empowerment - Human rights

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities - Children especially women - Local district health authorities

Support Options
- Advocacy for human rights - Teachers and vocational training - Basic health centres - Immunity programmes for infants

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United Rural Development Organisation (URDO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: P.O Box 587, Rehman Plaza, Opposite GPO Peshawar Cantt Telephone: 091-5262704 Fax: 091-5262704 Email: zaheerurdo@yahoo.com Website: www.urdo.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


Established in 1997, URDO focuses on organising and strengthening capacity of groups active in community development so that they can help communities solve their social and economic problems

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Community development

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Community leaders - NGOs - CBOs

Support Options
- Primary health care facilities - Literacy Programme - Livelihood, human and Institutional development programmes

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Veer Development Organisation (VEER)


Contact Details
Posta Address: HNO-2 Liaqat Ali Khan Road, Dera Ismail Khan Telephone: 0966 - 718378 Email: veer@brain.net.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


VEER was established to create an ideal society based on full respect for human rights in which all men and women especially those living in poverty may exercise their rights and utilise their resources for sustainable human development.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human rights - Education - Poverty

Geographical Area of Operation


DI Khan, Tank (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa)

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local communities - Teachers - IDPs

Support Options
- Teacher training - Infrastructure development support - Training for rural women/farmers

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Villagers Development Organisation (VDO)


Contact Details
Postal Address: ABL Street, H.NO. 206-A, Chaki Para, Tehsil Shahdadpur, District Sanghar, Sindh Telephone: 0235-843214 Fax: 0235-843214 Email: vdomat93@hotmail.com

Brief Organisational Profile


VDO was established in 1991 to support development in rural areas especially focusing on the poor.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty

Geographical Area of Operation


Sindh

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Rural and urban communities - Women - Men

Support Options
- Income generation/micro credit operations

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War Against Rape (WAR)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 102, 18-C, Pearl Crest, 4th commercial lane, zamzama, DHA phase 5, Karachi Telephone: 021-3573008 Fax: 021-5830903 Website: www.war.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


WAR is a registered NGO dedicated to combating the age-old societal ill of sexual crimes against women.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Rape and Violence against women

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Victims of rape - Government

Support Options
- Providing shelter, legal, medical, psychological and moral support - Creating awareness through regular street theatre activities and newsletters - Pressure Group activities

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Water Environment & Sanitation Society (WESS)


Contact Details
Postal Address: 29/131 DOHS Servey 31 Airport Road Quetta Telephone: 081-2864037 Fax: 081-2864039 Email: wess@cyber.net.pk Website: www.wess.org.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


WESS was established in 1999 to improve the living conditions of the poor in Balochistan.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Environment - Disaster

Geographical Area of Operation


Balochistan

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Marginalised communities especially children, IDPs - Government departments

Support Options
- Rural development and women empowerment initiatives - Policy and practice interventions in water and sanitation - Humanitarian assistance - Advocacy and awareness raising

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Welfare Organisation For Women (WOW)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Kapoorthala House Lake Road, Lahore Telephone: 042-37324429, 37229532,37237305 Fax: 042-37228831 Email: wow@zafcointl.com Website: www.zafcointl.com/wow/

Brief Organisational Profile


WOW focuses on women development. It strives to break gender imbalance in the social and economic spheres in Pakistan and supports activities that eliminate gender bias at system level.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Human rights - Gender

Geographical Area of Operation


Lahore

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Women and children in prisons - Bonded labour - Victims of human rights violations - Destitute - Widows - Orphans - Women living in Katchi Abadis of Lahore

Support Options
- Legal aid - Awareness-raising - Counselling and advice to women - Income generation activities and projects - Training

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Women Association Struggle for Development (WASFD)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No.80, Sector H, Street 2, Sheikh Maltoon Town, Mardan Telephone: 0937-868352 Fax: 0937-312339 Email: wasfd_org@yahoo.com Website: www.wasfd.org

Brief Organisational Profile


The WASFD was established in 1998 to promote social and economic development of society. It focuses on the development of children & women in Mardan and Swabi districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Poverty - Human rights

Geographical Area of Operation


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Vulnerable groups of society - Women - Children

Support Options
- Technical and financial, information/experience-sharing - Skills and expertise sharing - Promotion of non- formal education/adult literacy - Advocacy and provision of legal services, free legal aid and seminars

281

Zindagi Trust (ZT)


Contact Details
Postal Address: House No. 94-C, Haji Abdul Razzak Jano Street, Faran Housing Society, Karachi Telephone: 021-111-111-439, 021-34125614 Fax: 021-34125617 Email: info@zindagitrust.org Website: www.zindgitrust.org

Brief Organisational Profile


Zindagi Trust strives to promote education in the country. It engages with stakeholders and works for improving the quality of education for all.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Public and private schools - Children

Support Options
- ''Sponsor a child'' programme - School reforms - Improving curriculum of text books

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ZVMG Rangoonwala Trust (RCC)


Contact Details
Postal Address: Plot No 4-5, Dhoraji Colony, Karachi Telephone: 021 - 34935168, 34938146, 34938025 Fax: 021-34930534 Email: zvmg@super.net.pk Website: www.rcc.com.pk

Brief Organisational Profile


RCC was founded in 1967 to help needy persons irrespective of caste, creed, colour and religion especially in the fields of health and education.

Sectoral Areas of Operation


- Education - Health - Art and culture

Geographical Area of Operation


National

Funding Criteria/Target Group


- Local Communities - Women - Children

Support Options
- Rangowala community centre and art gallery - Public school - Mother-child care centre - Training - Library, study centre and auditorium - Banubai physiotherapy Centre

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