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Directory of Organizations

Connect with organizations and institutions working on conflict prevention, resolution and peace building in the region.

International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development

The International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, ICIMOD, is a regional knowledge development and learning centre serving the eight regional member countries of the Hindu Kush-Himalayas – Afghanistan, Bangladesh,Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar, Nepal, and Pakistan – and based in Kathmandu, Nepal. Globalisation and climate change have an increasing influence on the stability of fragile mountain ecosystems and the livelihoods of mountain people. ICIMOD aims to assist mountain people to understand these changes, adapt to them, and make the most of new opportunities, while addressing upstream-downstream issues. We support regional trans boundary programmes through partnership with regional partner institutions, facilitate the exchange of experience, and serve as a regional knowledge hub. We strengthen networking among regional and global centres of excellence. Overall, we are working to develop an economically and environmentally sound mountain ecosystem to improve the living standards of mountain populations and to sustain vital ecosystem services for the billions of people living downstream – now, and for the future.

4/80 Jawalakhel, G.P.O. Box 3226, Kathmandu, NEPAL

e-mail: icimod@icimod.org.np
website: None

Country: Nepal

International Human Rights Commission

The International Human Rights Commission becomes the Intergovernmental Organization on 22nd November 2012 after the First Meeting of Intergovernmental Relations Council (IGRC) under the President-ship of the Excellency General ( R ) Email Lahoud Former President of Lebanon, in which IGRC passed its status to work as IGO. The International Human Rights Commission have its diplomatic / Official representation in 42 Countries and more than 7500 members around the world and connected through the Face Book/ electronic mail, till March 2012, More than 2250 NGO’s from different countries linked and got membership of the Commission.

H.162, St 20, F.11/2, Islamabad, Pakistan
+92-51-210715
e-mail:
website: www.ihrchq.org

Country: Pakistan

International Human Rights Organisation (IHRO)

International Human Rights Organisation (IHRO) is a non-party, non-governmental organisation (NGO), with national focus and world-wide network. It agitates, both in India and internationally, for protection of peoples' rights irrespective of their caste, creed or political views. The voluntary organisation has a selective membership drawn from a variety of disciplines- Law, Journalism, Education, Medicine, Agriculture, Trade and Industry. Since its inception in 1985, the IHRO has been endeavouring to investigate and publicise violations of human rights in this part of the Indian subcontinent and abroad.



e-mail: contact@ihro.in
website: None

Country: India

International Institute for Human Rights, Environment and Development-International

INHURED International, which enjoys Special Consultative Status with ECOSOC of the UN, has specialized in refugee rights regime through research, education, advocacy and diplomacy (READ) campaign. Trafficking, Refugees, Internal Displacement and Migration (TRIM) are the major components of the scope and jurisdiction of the organization for policy change. It has produced more than a dozens of handbooks, monographs and other IEC materials on refugee and internal displacement related issues, including the landmark publication "Caravan of Conflict". Safe Migration is another contemporary issue of critical concern that the organization is spearheading in the region. In Nepal, the organization is actively working on the issue of Bhutanese, Tibetan and urban refugees in defense of their fundamental rights as guaranteed in relevant international human rights instruments.

GPO Box 4690, Kathmandu, Inar, Pulchowk, Lalitpur, NEPAL

e-mail: inhured@hotmail.com
website: None

Country: Nepal

International Institute for Non-Aligned Studies (IINS)

The International Institute for Non-Aligned Studies (IINS) was established to project and highlight the convictions of the people of the non-aligned world. It has provided a platform to voice the viewpoint of billions of people of the third world. IINS organises activities/programs to disseminate information and for promotion of social development, peace, security and human rights.

A-2/59 Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi - 110029. INDIA.

e-mail: iins@iins.org
website: None

Country: India

International Peace Club Trust

International Peace Club (Trust) - IPC is an organization working for Peace, Interfaith harmony & human Rights. IPC intends to promote and raise awareness for Global Peace, Interfaith Harmony and Human Rights Education in across the country and globally as well. To achieve its goals IPC will organize Seminars, Stage plays, Street theaters, Peace Walks, Conferences, Workshops and Inter Academia Debates and Art competitions with the title of "Peace is Future". Alongside these activities IPC would also arrange sports venues for the same cause nationally as well as internationally. The purpose to conduct such international events is to make better ties with the international Community and to build Pakistan's positive and peace loving image globally.

Suite # 13, 1st Floor, Mussarat Arcade, G-11 Markaz Islamabad - Pakistan
Tanveer Akhtar
e-mail:
website: http://www.intpclub.org

Country: Pakistan

IRD INDONESIA OFFICE

Since 1998, IRD has been fulfilling its mission to reduce the suffering of the world’s most vulnerable groups by implementing programs that offer both immediate humanitarian assistance and long term post-emergency recovery programs. These programs are aimed at improving the quality of life for vulnerable groups, including displaced persons, refugees, and others. In emergencies, we provide targeted critical services such as essential commodities, food aid, water and sanitation, and medicines, intended to meet immediate needs of affected populations. For longer-term recovery, we assist communities in identifying and accessing the resources necessary for rebuilding their lives and communities. Emergency Relief Relief Over the last eight years, IRD has helped distribute $192 million worth of essential commodities such as pharmaceuticals, medical equipment and supplies, clothing, food, water, hygiene kits, school kits, and blankets to displaced populations and disaster-affected individuals around the world. In emergencies, IRD has a proven capacity to rapidly implement and initiate response activities. In many cases relief responses such as commodities shipments are mobilized while the initial assessment is still underway, so time will not be lost. IRD has in-house expert emergency technical skills and human resources that can plan and initiate response until longer-term teams can take over. In 2005 – for the first time – IRD initiated relief efforts in the United States immediately following the Hurricane Katrina emergency. Our distribution programs also targeted the Caucasus region, the Balkans, and Southeast Asia in the wake of the tsunami, among others. Post-Emergency Recovery and Rehabilitation IRD’s recovery and rehabilitation programs are designed to improve the quality of life for displaced persons, refugees and vulnerable populations by mitigating the effects of conflict and addressing critical needs. Our programs help provide the foundations for long-term development activities, including activities aimed at: increasing livelihood security of vulnerable groups, distributing income generation grants to low-income families, disseminating relevant information to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), and improving water and sanitation facilities in IDP and refugee settlements. Importantly, our programs also focus on resettling IDPs and refugees and supporting these communities with the infrastructure and resources needed to accommodate the returnees. We strive to provide people with the tools needed to rebuild their lives and communities.



e-mail: ird@ird.or.id
website: None

Country: Indonesia

Islamic Relief

Relief and humanitarian assistance



e-mail: iruk@islamic-relief.org.uk, middleeast@irworldwide.org
website: None

Country: Afghanistan

Islamic Relief Pakistan

post-conflict relief

House 85, Street 59, F-11/4 Islamabad, Pakistan

e-mail: cd@irp.org.pk
website: None

Country: Pakistan

Jaffna Social Action Centre (JSAC)

Mission Background The twenty year war in Sri Lanka has had a large impact on the land and people in Jaffna District. One factor in the long list of conflicts was the mass displacement, which took place in 1996 that created disorder in the social structure of the Jaffna community. After reaching a degree of normalcy in 2001, an urgent need for legal assistance was identified by individuals who in collaboration with UNHCR then established a social service centre. Under the auspices of UNHCR the JSAC, NGO was formed, with the intention of the organization to implement projects especially for the protection of children and women. JSAC currently provides services with the main support of UNHCR and UNICEF, and has successfully implemented 41 projects between inception of the organization and the end of 2004. We are mainly considering children and women's protection and livelihood development Vision Vision is for communities to be respected as an equal partner in the development process, provoking a significant holistic improvement in all aspects of their lives, and where JASC is a highly skilled facilitator of participation Mission JASC is a Non-Governmental Organization, dedicated to improving the quality of life for vulnerable communities with a partnership with a particular focus on women and children. We strive to achieve our mission by working in partnership with communities to understand, and then address their social and economic needs. We envisage a world where the participation of communities especially women and children leads to positive change.

159, 4th Cross Street, Jaffna

e-mail: jsacjaffna@sltnet.lk
website: None

Country: Sri Lanka

Kafka Welfare Organization

KWO is a development organization. It’s a non-government, not-for-profit and non- sectarian organization working for social development of vulnerable and under privileged people. It’s a human-centered NGO. KWO could also be labeled as an implementing organization which designs and implements various developmental projects with the financial and technical support of international donor agencies and the government. Vision: KWO envisions a " Gender sensitized, violence free, democratic and peaceful Society”

24-L Riwaz Garden Lahore, Pakistan
03324708789
e-mail: kafkawo@gmail.com
website: www.kafkado.webs.com

Country: Pakistan

Khadim ul Khalaq Foundation

Striving for peace, empowering women in the process of peace building and educating people

New hostel block C room # 3 university of Peshawar KPK Pakistan
00923339359259
e-mail:
website:

Country: Pakistan

khadim ul khalaq foundation

khadim ul khalaq foundation is non govt non profite organization who work for peace and education in fata .


03459000674
e-mail: m.afridi74@yahoo.com
website: www.khadimulkhalaqfoundatio.com

Country: Pakistan

Khpal Kore Organization

Khpal Kore Organization (KKO) is a public interest and non for profit organization working for education, trans-gender, health, agriculture and human rights. Khpal Kore Organization was established after the flood 2010. It was formed as a registered Organization in 2014 to address the issue of education, trans-gender, health, environment, poverty, inequality, rural development and human rights, especially women and child rights violation. The Organization was formed by concerned young educated citizen and activist from professional association political workers, women and child association and social workers of Mardan who felt the intense need to establish an Organization for raising awareness throw education and research provide justice in the social institutions to develop the rural area of the district Mardan and enable them to work collectively and seek solutions to the problems they face. The organization believes on hardworking and provide true service to the community.

Mardan Kkyber Pakhtunkha Pakistan
00923125102404
e-mail: khpalkor.org@gmail.com
website:

Country: Pakistan

KontraS (The Commission for “the Disappeared” and Victims of Violence)

Two years before KontraS (The Commission for “the Disappeared” and Victims of Violence) was founded, the hope for a new society in Indonesia under a democratic system was almost destroyed. In 1996, Indonesia’s authoritarian regime took steps to destroy political aspirations, and muzzle the voices of the so-called “undercurrent” of political opposition. The victims were not only political parties, but also nearly all independent and community-based organizations. NGOs and student movements experienced cooptation and intimidation through increasingly brutal investigations, arrests and detentions. Some were done through “official” channels while others were conducted secretly and arbitrarily.



e-mail: kontras_98@kontras.org
website: None

Country: Indonesia

Lawyers for Human Rights and Development

Lawyers for Human Rights and Development (LHRD) is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization dedicated to the promotion and protection of human rights in Sri Lanka. It was set up in June 1986 to provide free legal aid to victims of human rights violations. It conducts legal and human rights awareness programs. It also conducts research on laws, procedures, and practices with a view to influencing legislation.

233/1 Cotta Road, Colombo 8, SRI LANKA

e-mail: lhrd@dynaweb.lk
website: None

Country: Sri Lanka

Lawyers For Human Rights And Legal Aid (LHRLA)

People are tortured and made to suffer on account of their religion, belief or ancestry; women are traded like commodities and children are raped and sodomised. The state compounds problems by tactily condoning discriminatory legislation. In this environment LHRLA intervenes with the philosophy that all human beings are created equal and have certain inherent rights, violations of which cannot be justified in any context. LHRLA is a non-partisan, non-profitable and non-government organization. It consists of a dedicated group of lawyers, professionals and activists, headed by Mr. Zia Ahmed Awan, and assisted by Edhi Trust.

D-1, First Floor, Court View Appartments Court Road Karachi 74200 Pakistan

e-mail: lhrla@fascom.com
website: None

Country: Pakistan

Lawyers for Rule of Law and Democracy Organization (LRLDO)

About Lawyers for Rule of Law and Democracy Organization: Lawyers for Rule of Law and Democracy Organization (LRLDO) is a non-governmental, non-Political and Non-Profit Organization established in 2016 to Promote Rule of Law and Democracy in Afghanistan through Organic Means and to Generate Effective Channeled Properly Public Demand that Results in Accountability, Transparency and good Governance, increase the confidence of Afghan citizens in judicial sectors, Our Vision: Afghanistan Ruled by Law. Our Mission: To Promote Rule of Law and Democracy in Afghanistan through Organic Means and to Generate Effective Channeled Properly Public Demand that Results in Accountability, Transparency and good Governance. Our Strategic Objectives: • Identifying and Applying Locally Tailored Rule of Law Models and Theories. • Rise Public Knowledge about Legal Issues Strengthen Communities to undertake Effective Advocacy for their interests. • Contributing to the Reform of Traditional Justice to bring alignment between formal and Traditional justice. • Contributing to Law Making and Law Reform Processes. • Counter Corruption through Generating and Channeling Public Demand for Good Governance. Our Goals: • Increase the Rule of Law, Transparency and Public Participation in Governance through the Focused Application of LRLDOs’ Expertise, Resources and Organic Tested Approaches. • To Advocate for Ascertaining Human Rights Especially Vulnerable Groups Such as Women and Children. • To Achieve Result of Rule of Law by Order and Economic Development

House# 1st, Ground Floor, Muhebzada plaza, opposite DABS Main office, Dehmazang, Kabul, Afghanistan.
+93778830905
e-mail: amhabibyar@hotmail.com
website: www.facebook.com/lrldo

Country: Afghanistan

Legal Aid of Cambodia

Conflict resolution: Legal Aid of Cambodia (LAC) is a non-governmental, independent, Khmer-administered, non-profit and non-political organization founded in 1995. LAC’s mission is to provide quality legal aid, legal and human rights education/outreach and advocate for the poor in Cambodia in order to ensure access to justice, promote respect of law and human rights and advance legal and judicial reform.

No.51, St.608, P.O.Box: 1197, SangkatBoeungKok II, Khan Toulkok, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

e-mail: lac@lac.org.kh
website: None

Country: Cambodia

Lion's Heart Youth Welfare Association

YOUTH OF PAKISTAN is a massive untapped human capital which has not been harnessed for the development of the country. Their potential is not recognized; instead they are considered as a problem. LHYWA was established in March 2010 under the (Registration and Control) Ordinance 1961 (XL VI of 1961) Provincial Social Welfare Department, Government of Sindh. We started our work as a non-political, non-governmental and non-profit making organization to facilitate education within Pakistan. We aim to provide quality education and an intellectual platform to inform and educate the masses about different scenarios related to the youth in Pakistan. LHYWA strives to improve the quality of education available to the people of Pakistan. Do it, fix it, try it,” is our favorite axiom. Additionally, LHYWA is committed to promote quality Government school reforms and improving the curriculum and textbooks of the education system of Pakistan & Quality healthcare is accessible to everyone in our society. LHYWA wants to rebuild moldy educational system of Pakistan by fostering unity within a nation through interactive volunteering activities and building capacity through relevant education and training. To participate in community welfare activities and increase communities’ access to medical and health care for key healthcare issues Our unique methodology provides opportunities to youth of Pakistan and general peoples of Pakistan, for betterment of our country and promotes Pakistanis as an educated nation. So they will be able to make the dream of a great Pakistan a reality by directing this country towards progress and prosperity.

K-63, Lal Shahbaz Nagar, Sector 11- ½, Orangi Town, Karachi. Pakistan
+923452430820, +923213881897, +923342000687
e-mail: ubaid.khan83@hotmail.com
website: www.lhywa.org

Country: Pakistan

Local Governance and Community Development (LGCD) Program

Local Governance and Community Development (LGCD) Program Kabul info@lgcd.af Active in 21 of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces, LGCD is an “FPO driven” stability program designed to set the stage for medium and longer- term efforts. The objectives of LGCD are to 1) assist the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) to extend its reach into unstable areas and engage at-risk populations; 2) create an environment that encourages local communities to take an active role in their own stability and development; and 3) address the underlying causes of instability and support for the insurgency. LGCD works closely with USAID field staff, military units, GIRoA officials, NGOs, and a host of other stakeholders to plan and execute projects that promote stability within a USG counterinsurgency (COIN) context. The program meets its objectives through the implementation of strategically integrated activities related to the following technical focus areas: 1) Assess (Shape): Assess community grievances and design cost-effective solutions to address those grievances, and Assist military units with shaping activities; 2) Local Stability Initiatives (Clear): Quick impact stability initiatives to meet recovery needs in priority communities



e-mail: info@lgcd.af
website: None

Country: Afghanistan

Masoom Rights Development Society MRDS

Masoom Rights Development Society (MRDS) is an independent registered non-government and non-profitable civil society organization. MRDS prime motto is to build capacity and services delivery for the deprived and marginalized people. MRDS emerged into the development sector with an enthusiasm to support and serve the underprivileged focusing the fields, Basic Human Rights, Particularly Child & Women Rights, Health and Hygiene Education, Education, Relief & Rehabilitation, Drug Abuse Prevention, Gender Equality, and Environment Formation process of MRDS was initiated in 1999, and registered in 2001, under the Society Act 1860, a group of educated youth got together to establish an NGO with an aim to addressed the pressing needs of the people of Balochistan. This group had a long experience of working in the development related activities, either directly or indirectly associated with local or International organizations. The absence of enabling policies and prevailing issues, the group concluded that unless the efficiency of the human resource especially women and prime targeted communities are not improved and mobilized, real benefit of development will not nurture in the society. Our Vision: “An Equitable, Peaceful and Prosperous Society” Our Mission: MRDS mission is to enhance the quality of life of the underprivileged communities, and ensure a peaceful and equitable society, where all citizens are well aware of their basic rights, and justice. Our Objectives:  Resource mobilization for provision of social services in the field of health, education and natural resource management to the deprived communities;  Promotion of human rights especially( Minorities, women and children rights) through pro-active participation in human rights activities/programs;  Facilitate and encourage target communities to initiate the process of local resource mobilization for income generating activities for self-sufficiency.  Promotion of democracy and good governance;  Relief activities for affected masses in the disaster area especially focusing women, old age persons and children.  To work with communities on gender-based violence, protection and rehabilitation of women, children and minorities to ensure their access to justice.

House No 114-C Jinnah Town Quetta Pakistan
+923337833526, +92812302085-6
e-mail: mrdsqta@gmail.com
website: www.mrds.org.pk

Country: Pakistan

Masoom Rights Development Society-MRDS

Masoom Rights Development Society (MRDS) is an independent registered non-government and non-profitable civil society organization. MRDS prime motto is to build capacity and services delivery for the deprived and marginalized people. MRDS emerged into the development sector with an enthusiasm to support and serve the underprivileged focusing the fields, Basic Human Rights, Particularly Child & Women Rights, Health and Hygiene Education, Education, Relief & Rehabilitation, Drug Abuse Prevention, Gender Equality, and Environment Formation process of MRDS was initiated in 1999, and registered in 2001, under the Society Act 1860, a group of educated youth got together to establish an NGO with an aim to addressed the pressing needs of the people of Balochistan. This group had a long experience of working in the development related activities, either directly or indirectly associated with local or International organizations. The absence of enabling policies and prevailing issues, the group concluded that unless the efficiency of the human resource especially women and prime targeted communities are not improved and mobilized, real benefit of development will not nurture in the society. Our Vision: “An Equitable, Peaceful and Prosperous Society” Our Mission: MRDS mission is to enhance the quality of life of the underprivileged communities, and ensure a peaceful and equitable society, where all citizens are well aware of their basic rights, and justice. Our Objectives:  Resource mobilization for provision of social services in the field of health, education and natural resource management to the deprived communities;  Promotion of human rights especially( Minorities, women and children rights) through pro-active participation in human rights activities/programs;  Facilitate and encourage target communities to initiate the process of local resource mobilization for income generating activities for self-sufficiency.  Promotion of democracy and good governance;  Relief activities for affected masses in the disaster area especially focusing women, old age persons and children.  To work with communities on gender-based violence, protection and rehabilitation of women, children and minorities to ensure their access to justice.

House No 114-C Jinnah Town Quetta Pakistan
+92812302085-6
e-mail: mrdsqta@gmail.com
website: www.mrds.org.pk

Country: Pakistan

MasterPeace

Global Call For Partnership: The Story Of Change “I cherish each of the golden opportunities I got learning from this medium of MasterPeace as the most valuable of my life" Santosh, MasterPeace Nepal SMALL ACTIONS X LOTS OF PEOPLE = BIG CHANGE MasterPeace is opening the invitation to all social change makers, the movers & shakers, giving both the chance and challenge wherever they are to join the fastest growing peace movement and use their talents to build peace! Now change makers can be ‘Nelsons’ (named after the most famous Nelson of them all Nelson Mandela) and make a difference in their own local community! If they are ready to be part of something special, to become active and gain exposure worldwide, then it’s time for you to start a MasterPeace club! The invitation is to achieve SDG global goals, and mainly focus on the SGD#17 ‘Global Partnership and Cooperation’. The world today is more interconnected than ever before, let's work together, join your organization with MasterPeace for a wider impact. Who are the clubs? MasterPeace Clubs are the on-the-ground arms of MasterPeace, empowering and mobilizing more Nelsons to become actively involved in peace-building and limiting conflicts on a local level. What's in it for you? MasterPeace Bootcamp MasterPeacers have the opportunity to travel, meet and get inspired by the MasterPeace community through local, regional, and global bootcamps. Consultancy and Coordination As part of the MasterPeace community, Clubs will receive the support of the MasterPeace Core team in the Central Office with professional consultancy and project management. Capacity Building and Skills Development MasterPeace is a leadership hub for principled future leaders and provides exceptional learning opportunities to Club members in everything they do: decision-making process, team dynamics, projects, management, dialogue and reconciliation activities, marketing, (social) media, and working with club leaders to learn, explore, and increase their capacity. Partnership and Joint fund opportunities As part of the MasterPeace community, Clubs will benefit from joint grants and funding opportunities with the core team, fellow MasterPeacers, business partners, and the larger MasterPeace network. MasterPeace may apply for some grants centrally according to the available opportunities and the country or regional scope of the grant. If you got what it takes, you can join the fastest growing peace movement ever! http://www.masterpeace.org/start-club



e-mail: ahmed@masterpeace.org
website: http://www.masterpeace.org/start-club

Country: Rwanda

Mediators Network for Sustainable Peace (MedNet)

The Mediators Network for Sustainable Peace (MedNet), Inc is a network of 50 individuals working with non-governmental organizations, people's organizations and government. The network aims to promote the use of mediation as a viable approach to dispute resolution through: 1) actual mediation work; 2) provision of capability building programs (i.e. training workshops, forums/conferences) for mediators; and 3) consolidation of experiences in mediation through documentation and publication.



e-mail: mednet@pacific.net.ph
website: None

Country: Philippines

Meherban Foundation

Meherban is working for community development and education in Pakistan. AIMS & OBJECTIVES 1. To provide financial assistance to the poor and needy people Muslim or Non-Muslim for their economic development. 2. To grant scholarship to the deserving students. 3. To work for the promotion of modern education and technical education and to establish free educational and vocational institutions and computer training centers for professional skills. 4. To engage people in community development. 5. To provide school supplies to underdeveloped schools for proper structural reformation. 6. To provide support and financial aid to the victims of natural disasters such as earthquake and flood. 7. Provide financial support to the orphans. 8. To work for training and skill development in children and unemployed population. 9. To make efforts for improvement of the living condition of the community.

Office No.83, UM 2nd Floor Zainab Tower , Model Town Link Road, Lahore Pakistan
+923360434029, +923320419678
e-mail: mehakshahzad700@gmail.com
website: www.meherban.yc.org.pk

Country: Pakistan

Meherban Foundation

Meherban is working for community development and education in Pakistan. AIMS & OBJECTIVES 1. To provide financial assistance to the poor and needy people Muslim or Non-Muslim for their economic development. 2. To grant scholarship to the deserving students. 3. To work for the promotion of modern education and technical education and to establish free educational and vocational institutions and computer training centers for professional skills. 4. To engage people in community development. 5. To provide school supplies to underdeveloped schools for proper structural reformation. 6. To provide support and financial aid to the victims of natural disasters such as earthquake and flood. 7. Provide financial support to the orphans. 8. To work for training and skill development in children and unemployed population. 9. To make efforts for improvement of the living condition of the community.

Office No.83, UM 2nd Floor Zainab Tower , Model Town Link Road, Lahore Pakistan
+923360434029, +923320419678
e-mail: mehakshahzad700@gmail.com
website: www.meherban.yc.org.pk

Country: Pakistan

Meherban Foundation

Meherban is working for community development and education in Pakistan. AIMS & OBJECTIVES 1. To provide financial assistance to the poor and needy people Muslim or Non-Muslim for their economic development. 2. To grant scholarship to the deserving students. 3. To work for the promotion of modern education and technical education and to establish free educational and vocational institutions and computer training centers for professional skills. 4. To engage people in community development. 5. To provide school supplies to underdeveloped schools for proper structural reformation. 6. To provide support and financial aid to the victims of natural disasters such as earthquake and flood. 7. Provide financial support to the orphans. 8. To work for training and skill development in children and unemployed population. 9. To make efforts for improvement of the living condition of the community.

Office No.83, UM 2nd Floor Zainab Tower , Model Town Link Road, Lahore Pakistan
+923360434029, +923320419678
e-mail: mehakshahzad700@gmail.com
website: www.meherban.yc.org.pk

Country: Pakistan

Meherban Foundation

Meherban is working for community development and education in Pakistan. AIMS & OBJECTIVES 1. To provide financial assistance to the poor and needy people Muslim or Non-Muslim for their economic development. 2. To grant scholarship to the deserving students. 3. To work for the promotion of modern education and technical education and to establish free educational and vocational institutions and computer training centers for professional skills. 4. To engage people in community development. 5. To provide school supplies to underdeveloped schools for proper structural reformation. 6. To provide support and financial aid to the victims of natural disasters such as earthquake and flood. 7. Provide financial support to the orphans. 8. To work for training and skill development in children and unemployed population. 9. To make efforts for improvement of the living condition of the community.

Office No.83, UM 2nd Floor Zainab Tower , Model Town Link Road, Lahore Pakistan
+923360434029, +923320419678
e-mail: mehakshahzad700@gmail.com
website: www.meherban.yc.org.pk

Country: Pakistan

Mercy Corps

Mercy Corps helps people in the world’s toughest places turn the crises of natural disaster, poverty and conflict into opportunities for progress. Driven by local needs and market conditions, our programs provide communities with the tools and support they need to transform their own lives. Our worldwide team of 3,700 professionals is improving the lives of 16.7 million people in more than 40 countries.

Jl. Mutiara 53A, Ambon 97123 Maluku Indonesia

e-mail: tkay@mercycorpsfield.org
website: None

Country: Indonesia

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