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Directory of Organizations

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

Office for Justice and Peace (SKP Jayapura)

SKP stands for SekretariatKeadilandanPerdamaian or the Office of Justice and Peace, an integral part of the Catholic Diocese of Jayapura. This office was established by the Bishop of Jayapura, Most Rev. Dr Leo LabaLadjar OFM on 1 July 1998. Since 15 August 2005, the Diocese of Jayapura and the Franciscans Friars in Papua agreed to establish the Board of Founders to assume all responsibility of this ministry. This offices focuses on five priorities including advocacy on the situation on human rights in Papua, research and documentation, inter-faith dialogue, peace and reconciliation and ecological justice.



e-mail: sekkp@jayapura.wasantara.net.id
website: None

Country: Indonesia

Organization for Community Development

Organization for Community Development (OCD) is a benevolent, non-political/partisan, registered NGO recognized provincially and nationally. OCD is working for the holistic development inadequately served populations of the society without any discrimination of race, gender, religion, ethnic, age, handicap, or sexual orientation. Our initiatives involves and engages grassroots communities. OCD works with the poorest and most excluded people by synchronizing synergies with organizations that represent them, in rural and urban areas. We focus women, children, youth, and men living in poverty, socially excluded and marginalized groups. Other stakeholders include partners, allies (networks, consortiums, INGOs and NGOs), supporters and donors and based on need district, provincial or federal governments.

HOUSE # 14, LA SALLE COLONY PHASE I, NAQSHBAND,
HEAD OFFICE +9241 – 341 7161 | SUB OFFICE +9261 – 635 5139 | CELL NUMBER +92300 – 630 5539 | EMAIL ADDRESS ocd51@brain.net.pk
e-mail: eddie.hayat@gmail.com
website: www.ocdpk.org

Country: Pakistan

PACT

Pact arrived in Cambodia in 1991 just after the signing of the Paris Peace Accord with an initial objective of building the capacity of local organizations working with some of the neediest groups: the poor, women and war victims.



e-mail: Caminfo@pactworld.org
website: None

Country: Cambodia

Pailo Paila

Pailo Paila which means “First step” was initiated in 2015, aftermath of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that shook the entire Himalayan nation of Nepal. After the devastating natural catastrophe that left over 8,000 registered death, over 25,000 confirmed injured and thousands traumatized we initiated the first ever project “Donations for Nepal”. Pailo Paila has been active since day two and has never slowed down on its rescue, relief and rehabilitation missions. From day 3 we started fundraising in one of the crowdfunding websites and have successfully helped around 5,500 victims of around 1,000 households in Nuwakot, Sindhupalchowk and South Lalitpur by immediately supplying rice, lentils, grams, glucose, first aid and by setting up medical camps. Immediately after week and half long of food and first aid supply we shifted our attention to Shelter.

Baluwatar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Sameer Dhakal
e-mail: dhakalsameer@hotmail.com
website: http://www.pailopaila.org

Country: Nepal

PAIMAN ALUMNI TRUST

PAIMAN Alumni Trust (PAIMAN) aims to reach out to women and young people in the conflict-ridden region of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan, and conflict affected and conflict-prone districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa through awareness of the impacts of radicalisation and extremism on their lives and the role they can play in combating it. Paiman-picture Let’s Live in Peace is PAIMAN’s initiative for conflict transformation and peacebuilding in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and FATA. The organisation believes that with the current situation there is an urgent need for developing the understanding of people on various aspects of conflict transformation and peacebuilding and its application at a community level. The organisation believes that an indigenous approach is indispensable to successful peacebuilding. It is required, not as a moral imperative or an infallible theory, but simply because peacebuilding cannot succeed without people’s involvement in local society. Based on the well-established principle of ‘local ownership’, PAIMAN is working with communities hard hit by the ongoing conflict. PAIMAN’s projects include various stakeholders – including elected representatives, government officials, clergy, teachers, journalists, youth and female – from FATA and other conflict-torn areas as part of its conflict transformation and peacebuilding programmes. It has established youth and female peace groups called ‘TOLANA’ working at the community level across the provinces. Both male and female groups carry out community meetings to educate their respective communities on the impact of radicalisation and mobilise them to work for peace and conflict transformation. They are actively involved in negotiation and mediation in their respective areas. On a regular basis, PAIMAN conducts surveys and research studies regarding the socio-political and economic dimension of conflict, and the impact of conflict on youth and women in FATA and other parts of Khyber Pakhtunhwa. PAIMAN has established the Centre for Conflict Transformation & Peacebuilding at its head office in Islamabad which acts as a resource centre and training institute on relevant subjects for South Asia and beyond. The user-friendly training manuals and associated training materials are developed in the context of the Pakistan conflict and its dynamics. Short courses and workshops on conflict transformation and peacebuilding are also conducted. paiman Working in the context of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325, PAIMAN is interacting and networking with women’s groups in Afghanistan to set up a network of peacebuilding between the two neighbouring countries. PAIMAN is actively engaged in peacebuilding initiatives at the regional and global levels being the founding member of Regional Women Peace Forum, Gender Concern International, and Hague and Afghan Women Network. PAIMAN has initiated a ‘Peace Education’ program in two schools of Peshawar as a pilot project in December 2008. Under this programme students are given orientation on various aspects of conflict transformation, peace building, human rights, tolerance and inter-faith dialogue.

H-13 Islamaabd
0345-51641465
e-mail: malikkamran7@yahoo.com
website: wwwt.paimantrust.org

Country: Pakistan

Pakistan Community Peace Foundation

Relief, Rehabilitation and Development: This component relates to socio-economic development, where balanced and objective approach is evolved to reduce poverty, which is the main cause of unrest and all other evils and emphasis is given in identifying snags and bottlenecks hindering growth in various sectors.



e-mail: webmaster@pcpfi.org
website: None

Country: Pakistan

Pakistan International Peace & Human Rights Organization (PIPHRO)

To co-operate, co-ordinate and participate with National and International Organizations, associations, groups and individuals engaged in promoting peace, Human Rights, Education, Health, Reproductive Health, Environment, Conflict Prevention, Poverty Reduction/Alleviation, Disaster Relief, Development and Gender Balance.



e-mail: piphro@yahoo.com
website: None

Country: Pakistan

PALTRA

Our Mission "To contribute to social change through the capacity building of civil society organisations and public institutions in Sri Lanka by creating opportunities for participatory learning" Our Objectives To: Develop capacities among civil society organisations and public institutions by providing client-oriented training and consultancy services. Develop competent trainers proficient in Tamil, Sinhala & English. Incalculate a human resource development culture in civil society organisations. Develop and use innovative and alternative training approaches. Establish links with a network of national and international institutions commited to capacity building.

240/1 Highlevel Road Colombo 06 Sri Lanka

e-mail: paltra@slt.lk
website: None

Country: Sri Lanka

Participatory Research and Organization of Communities and Education

Vision PROCESS-Luzon envisions a strong, politically aware, self-reliant people's organization, enjoying equal rights and opportunities. Mission To facilitate the formation of strong, self-reliant people's organization. Goals Formation of people's organization (PO) and capability building Gender and development Equitable access and opportunities to productive resources Alliance building Objectives To facilitate the formation of strong self-reliant POs To facilitate equitable access and opportunities to productive resources To facilitate gender and development and women's rights



e-mail: process@iloilo.net
website: None

Country: Philippines

Partnership for Development in Kampuchea

Grassroots peacebuilding and conflict prevention: and network building: network closely with government, NGOs and other people’s organisations to promote and adopt appropriate models of development and to promote sustainable patterns of development for Cambodia. promote human rights, child rights and promote gender equity.


72 St.360 ToulSvay Prey I, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
e-mail: padek@everyday.com.kh
website: None

Country: Cambodia

Peace & Community Action (PCA)

PCA’s mission is to show and encourage people to adopt alternatives to their traditional ways of being and relating to other people, by: Working with individuals, families, communities and people in positions of authority to help them become more self aware; recognise the implications of their actions and decisions on themselves and other people; take responsiblity for their own problems and find their own solutions to them Showing them alternative non violent approaches to their relationships with others and supporting them to practise these. Encouraging them to develop genuine respect for others, recognising that every person, in particularly marginalised people such as the disabled, also have feelings and needs and that everyone should be treated with equality and care. Building strong relationships between people within communities and between communities, based on people’s increasing understanding of each other. Creating a group of skilled and committed non violence activists who can model these approaches in their own lives, share them with others and together make a gradual societal change. In the long term to transforming the environment for political decisions to one where there is more respect and understanding fof underlying needs of others

43 1/1, Nelson Place, Colombo 06, Sri Lanka.

e-mail: office@pcasl.org
website: None

Country: Sri Lanka

Peace Building Institute (Institut Titian Perdamaian)

History Peace Building Institute is an institution born from the Baku Bae Movement (Joint CommiteeBauBae) for the reconciliation process in Maluku for 3.5 years. With a spirit of power in community, humanity, justice, solidarity, diversity and moral bond between people to move together, making Baku Bae Movement as a movement that is able to endeavor peace in Moluccas Maluku. With the same spirit, the transformation of Baku Bae Movement, Jakarta Secretariat was changed into Peace Building Institute on May 14, 2003 by the Baku Bae Movement activists such as Ichsan Malik, Max Pattinaja, Prof.DR. FransLimahelu, BoedhiWijardjo, DadangTrisasongko, AbubakarRiry, Mulyadi, JohariEfendi, RollyLeatemia, dan Pieter G. Manoppo. Some of the figures behind the scenes, known as fighters for human rights, also encouraged and fully supported the Baku Bae movement in the spirit of humanity, voluntarism, and high commitment until the end of their life. They are SalehPutuhena, TeukuJakob, and Munir who unconditionally helped from the very beginning of Baku Bae formation. ITP, when it was still in the form of Baku Bae Movement, has established cooperation with various institutions in building peace. At the local level, Baku Bae Movement has teamed up with the Center for Peace Research and Conflict Management (P4K) University Tadulako to build peace in Poso. In Sampit, Baku Bae Movement supported RIDEP activity for conflict resolution. While in Aceh, this movement supported the NGO Coalition for Human Rights and Task Force for peace building. And this movement was in collaboration with the Papua Legal Aid Service and Papua NGOs Cooperation Forum for conflict prevention. At its inception, the ITP program focused on Community-Based Peace Facilitator Education for quickly conflict handling and prevention. The experience of peace reconciliation in Moluccas inspired the inception of this program; there is an existence of belief that the community has the ability to prevent and resolve conflicts, therefore it needs a systematic program to enhance community capacity in conflict prevention and resolution efforts. The next program is the Conflict Early Warning and Early Response System (CEWERS). Inspired by the filmmaking experience of ‘Ambon 25 April 2004’ in 2004, this program was born. From this program, several institutions were established namely: Aceh CEWERS, West Kalimantan CEWERS, Maluku CEWERS, Morowali CEWERS, and CEWERS Poso. Working Area: Papua, West Papua, Moluccas, North Moluccas, Central Sulawesi (Poso), South Sulawesi, West Sulawesi, North Sulawesi (Manado), Central Kalimantan (Sampit), East Kalimantan, West Kalimantan, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, Riau, Palembang, Lampung , West Nusa Tenggara and East Nusa Tenggara.



e-mail: bagjanet@indo.net.id, titian-damai@plasa.com
website: None

Country: Indonesia

PEACE INDIA

Mission Statement: We are people who earnestly seek to promote peace, harmony and understanding amid widespread human rights violations and religious intolerance in India. Description: Our organization was formed in response to recent religious conflict in India, though our goal is by no means limited therein. We stand firmly against acts of brutality, oppression, and demoralization, and believe in the inherent dignity of all people, regardless of religious, social, or cultural affiliation. We are a people of many religious, cultural, social and national identities. We believe that the actions of extremists misrepresent that which is the will of the people: the common good for all Indians



e-mail: peace_india@yahoogroups.com
website: None

Country: India

Peacebuilding and Development Institute in Sri Lanka (PDI-SL)

The Peacebuilding and Development Institute in Sri Lanka (PDI-SL) is a unique initiative offering locally led and internationally recognised training, capacity building and research programmes for conflict-affected areas in South Asia. Opened in 2007 as the first regional institute providing training and learning opportunities on issues related to conflict, peacebuilding and development in South Asia, the Institute is currently in its first phase of development. Over the next two years it aims to grow into the centre in South Asia to which organisations, institutes, practitioners and academics turn to for high quality and regionally specific training, support and research. PDI-SL currently offer: annual professional training programmes; research into peacebuilding and development in South Asia; and bespoke capacity building courses.

31 Walukarama Road Colombo 03 Sri Lanka

e-mail: info@pdisl.org
website: None

Country: Sri Lanka

People's Peace Front

People's Peace Front, set up in 1999, is a coalition of more than 200 civic organisations working in all parts of the country. The coalition emphasises the importance of ending the ethnic conflict in a framework of negotiation. The members of PPF elect annually a working committee of 25 members and 7 office bearers. The office bearers are made of 3 Co-Presidents, 2 joint secretaries, a treasurer and an assistant treasurer. The office bearers are responsible for implementing the decisions taken by the working committee. Office staff supports them.

153, Saranankara Road, Dehiwela

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

Country: Sri Lanka

Philippine Institute for Development Studies

Vision The PIDS strives to be one of the Philippines' premier policy research institutions, committed to serve the interests of the country and the Filipino people through the provision of rigorous analysis, balanced answers and options to policy issues that will guide policy makers and leaders in their decision making so that we as a nation can move swiftly towards the goal of equitable and sustainable development. Mission PIDS aims to provide quality research, working within the priorities of a research agenda that is a product of consultations with government, academe and the private sector. It shall enrich and broaden the perspective of research activities through networks and linkups with local and foreign institutions. Morover, PIDS shall provide a regular outlet for enlightened discussions about policy issues among the various sectors in the policy and decision-making process Objectives To come up with policy researches that are relevant primarily to policy makers, to the private sector, to civil society and the academe.



e-mail: mlamberte@mail.pdis.gov.ph, mferanil@gate.pids.gov.ph
website: None

Country: Philippines

Philippine Institute of Alternative Futures

About the Organization Mission To explore alternative development strategies in response to the problems of environmental degredation and poverty. Objectives To promote community-based enterprise; To encourage wholistic health care; To advance non-traditional education; To promote appropriate technology; and To promote developmental communication and networking. Programs Policy Research and Advocacy Cultural and Biodiversity Conservation and Development (CBCD) Non-traditional Education and Development Communications (NTE/DC) Organizing for Sustainable Development (OSD)



e-mail: apncs@netasia.net
website: None

Country: Philippines

Philippine Peace Center (PPC)

The Philippine Peace Center is a non-profit, non-stock, NGO that is committed to the attainment of a just and lasting peace in the Philippines. Since its establishment in 1992, the PPC has directly and actively assisted in the peace negotiations between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP). The PPC has provided direct technical and consultative assistance to the negotiations through research, documentation, and facilitation of communications between the two parties. It has also contributed specific services, playing key roles in the implementation of confidence and goodwill measures such as the releases of prisoners held by both parties, and the holding of a national solidarity conference that preceded the resumption of formal negotiations in April 2001. PPC is one of the key conveners of the Pilgrims for Peace, a broad multi-sectoral alliance of peace advocates, and the drafter of a statement calling for the resumption of peace negotiations, which was circulated and signed by thousands including the Philippine Vice-President, the Senate Majority leader, several Congressmen, hundreds of church leaders and other prominent personalities.



e-mail: crcc@accessway.ph
website: None

Country: Philippines

Philippine Peasant Institute

Philippine Peasant Institute (PPI) is a non-government organization located at Room 319 Philippine Social Science Center (PSSC) Bldg., Commonwealth Avenue Diliman, Quezon City. Romeo C. Royandoyan is the Executive Director od the organization. About the Organization Vision PPI's vision is the attainment of self-determining rural communities whose development is founded on equity, ecological sustainability, gender fairness, respect for people's rights and culture,and the economic, socio-cultural and political empowerment of marginalized rural sectors and peoples. Mission To generate support from among the broad front of sectors for rural development and democracy; To proactively advocate for structural policy reforms that will concretize rural development and democracy; To provide alternative analysis of rural development trends in support of initiatives of the marginalized rural sectors; To contribute to the research and advocacy efforts of other NGOs and POs by providing consultancy and capability building services relevant to rural development and democracy; and To provide up to date and comprehensive information/data on agrarian reform, agriculture and rural development. Objective PPI aims to promote and advance the Philippine peasantry's interest for agrarian reform and rural development in partnership with local peasant organization. Programs and Services Broadcasting for rural development Policy advocacy for ARRD PPI resource and information center



e-mail: ppi@qinet.net
website: None

Country: Philippines

PNWO | Parveen Nadeem Welfare Organization

PNWO | Parveen Nadeem Welfare Organization a non-profit, non-political, non-government ecumenical development organization wants to bring peace in society by promoting understanding on different issues. PNWO would really encourage people of different classes to come forward to unite and work for the development of women. Encourage people to use their utmost capabilities and attaining the heights of self-less service for our nation. Provide education & educational skills to help boost literacy rate. Give frequent updates on health problems through seminar and workshops. Endorse endless harmony among people of different religions. Lead women to the right path to attain their rights. Protect women lawlessness by ensuring proper abidance of law in society. Provide relief to unduly caught prisoner women on humanitarian ground. A special focus would be given of Primary health education, Reproductive health, and population welfare by family planning, mother child health care. Providing safe drinking water is also priority of the society, Seminar, workshops would be arranged to celebrate special occasions and days. The other objectives of the organization to develop the urge for quality life the poor and needy Pakistani Community(women)using all resources to provide them maximum facilities in their lives. Poverty is the main problem of the 85% Pakistani Community, we give a special focus to eradicate it.70% community is related to our under developed Agriculture sector, we will prepare a comprehensive plan for its development. The statutory mandate was To help promote the development of a socio-economic and politically sound society and to improve the living standards of rural and urban slums populations in Southern Punjab of Pakistan. However, it is registered under the Societies Registration Act,1860, (Act XXI of 1860) as a not-for-profit organization having mandate to operate in the entire Pakistan. Presently, it could operational in 15 districts 53 Tehsils of Southern Punjab Pakistan.

P.O. Box No.807 Multan, Punjab Pakistan
+92-333-281-6951
e-mail: kakibili@gmail.com
website: www.pnwo.org.pk

Country: Pakistan

PNWO | Parveen Nadeem Welfare Organization

PNWO | Parveen Nadeem Welfare Organization a non-profit, non-political, non-government ecumenical development organization wants to bring peace in society by promoting understanding on different issues. PNWO would really encourage people of different classes to come forward to unite and work for the development of women. Encourage people to use their utmost capabilities and attaining the heights of self-less service for our nation. Provide education & educational skills to help boost literacy rate. Give frequent updates on health problems through seminar and workshops. Endorse endless harmony among people of different religions. Lead women to the right path to attain their rights. Protect women lawlessness by ensuring proper abidance of law in society. Provide relief to unduly caught prisoner women on humanitarian ground. A special focus would be given of Primary health education, Reproductive health, and population welfare by family planning, mother child health care. Providing safe drinking water is also priority of the society, Seminar, workshops would be arranged to celebrate special occasions and days. The other objectives of the organization to develop the urge for quality life the poor and needy Pakistani Community(women)using all resources to provide them maximum facilities in their lives. Poverty is the main problem of the 85% Pakistani Community, we give a special focus to eradicate it.70% community is related to our under developed Agriculture sector, we will prepare a comprehensive plan for its development. The statutory mandate was To help promote the development of a socio-economic and politically sound society and to improve the living standards of rural and urban slums populations in Southern Punjab of Pakistan. However, it is registered under the Societies Registration Act,1860, (Act XXI of 1860) as a not-for-profit organization having mandate to operate in the entire Pakistan. Presently, it could operational in 15 districts 53 Tehsils of Southern Punjab

P.O Box 807 Multan, Pujnab Pakistan.
pnwo@live.com
e-mail: kakibili@gmail.com
website: www.pnwo.org.pk

Country: Pakistan

PNWO | Parveen Nadeem Welfare Organization

PNWO | Parveen Nadeem Welfare Organization a non-profit, non-political, non-government development organization wants to bring peace in society by promoting understanding on different issues. PNWO encourage people of different classes to come forward to unite and work for the development of women. Encourage people to use their utmost capabilities and attaining the heights of self-less service for our nation. Provide education & educational skills to help boost literacy rate. Give frequent updates on health problems through seminar and workshops. Endorse endless harmony among people of different religions. Lead women to the right path to attain their rights. Protect women lawlessness by ensuring proper abidance of law in society. Provide relief to unduly caught prisoner women on humanitarian ground. A special focus would be given of Primary health education, Reproductive health, and population welfare by family planning, mother child health care. Providing safe drinking water is also priority of the society, Seminar, workshops would be arranged to celebrate special occasions and days. The other objectives of the organization to develop the urge for quality life the poor and needy Pakistani Community (women) using all resources to provide them maximum facilities in their lives. Poverty is the main problem of the 85% Pakistani Community, we give a special focus to eradicate it.70% community is related to our under developed Agriculture sector, we will prepare a comprehensive plan for its development. The statutory mandate was To help promote the development of a sociology-economic and politically sound society and to improve the living standards of rural and urban slums populations in Southern Punjab of Pakistan. However, it is registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860, (Act XXI of 1860) as a not-for-profit organization having mandate to operate in the entire Pakistan. Presently, it could operational in 15 districts 53 Tehsils of Southern Punjab Pakistan. Vision PNWO wants to see the well aware, educated, peaceful and prosperous Society with equitable access to human rights, social justice health and economic resources Mission PNWO wants to implement all the actionable solutions, strategies and plans in corporation with the partners, organizations and marginalized communities of society to secure and aware them. Thematic Areas 1. To empower deprived of society, youth, women’s, children, minorities and farmers though education/ awareness & trainings to secure their basic human rights. 2. Health awareness and services (Cancer, HIV/AIDS & Malaria) 3. Eradication of poverty and unemployment youth through providing financial services, trainings and skill development. 4. Engaging youth in social development, peace and interfaith harmony processes through providing platforms and opportunities for their empowerment. 5. Gender concerns and improving the role of women. 6. Develop their linkages, capacity building, and awareness. Education, health care, livelihood projects, advocacy. Training’s. 7. Disaster management and train youth and communities. Planning & Strategy Public Awareness. Social Mobilization. Capacity Building. Training’s. Advocacy. Networking & Linkages development. Worth & Values Human Dignity. Justice. Rights and Responsibilities. Equality and Equity. Peace for Rural and Urban & Communities. Goals To capacitance youth, children and women and institutions by providing social and training opportunities and promoting voluntary actions to provide economic and social opportunities especially to women, minorities and youth groups.

1st Floor, Clock Plaza, Ghanta Ghar Multan.Punjab, Pakistan.
00923332816951
e-mail: asiif.nadeem@gmail.com
website: www.pnwo.org.pk

Country: Panama

Pride foundation

Pride foundation is nonprofit, nonpolitical and non-Governmental Organization. Pride foundation is moderate from Oad Social Welfare Association, which was formed in 1996, Registered as Pride foundation in August 2010 under the society Act 1860. Pride foundation the basic needs of the community and to work for the wellbeing of the under-deserved segment of the society by taking efforts in environment, education, health and women empowerment sectors.

Banglow # D_19, Shahbaz Town, Qasimabad, Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan (71000)
+923443939309
e-mail:
website: www.pfngo.org

Country: Pakistan

Pride Foundation

Pride foundation is nonprofit, nonpolitical and non-Governmental Organization. Pride foundation is moderate from Oad Social Welfare Association, which was formed in 1996, Registered as Pride foundation in August 2010 under the society Act 1860.

Shahbaz Town, Qasimabad, Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan (71000)
+923443939309
e-mail: info@pfngo.org
website: www.pfngo.org/

Country: Pakistan

Project Against Domestic Violence

Education and training on direct interventions to reduce and eliminate domestic violence. Facilitating the development and strengthening of local Family Protection Networks Program(FPNP). Local level networks comprised of Village Chief, Commune Council Chief, District and Village Women, Ministry of Women's Affairs, Police, and local youth. Workshops and training are provided to the networks by PADV, one of the objectives is to support the communities to find local solutions to problems which are unique to their community.

15 Street 105/278, BoeungKengkang II, Chamcar Morn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

e-mail: padvctec@online.com.kh
website: None

Country: Cambodia

Promoting Human Rights and Education in Bangladesh (PHREB)

Advocacy against patriarchal violence and for the rights of women



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

Country: Bangladesh

ProPatria Institute

Security Sector Governance Review constitutional and legislative environment for the management, control and oversight of security forces; Development of institutional and procedures for civil oversight of security policy and activity, principles of transparency and accountability. Security Sector and Defence Reviews Processes to identify and agree foreign and security policy objectives, including internal and external factors e.g. threat assessment, security policy frameworks; Match security sectors capabilities, such as defence, police and intelligence to foreign and national security policy objectives; Promote efficiency and effectiveness across the full range of security sector activities, including defence, police/justice and intelligence organizations



e-mail: info@propatria.or.id, propat@cbn.net.id, propatria.institute@gmail.com
website: None

Country: Indonesia

Quality & Productivity Management Pvt. Ltd

Complete ISO Consultancy & Internship Based Organisation...........

Dhapashi-08 KATHMANDU, NEPAL
qualitymanagementpvt.ltd@gmail.com
e-mail: qualitymanagementpvt.ltd@gmail.com
website: http://qandpmanagement.webs.com/

Country: Nepal

Ray of Hope

RAY OF HOPE represents the selfless dedication of socially aware individuals who want to bring about a meaningful change by cultivating an educated drug free society in Pakistan.


00923215362492
e-mail:
website: www.rayofhope.tk

Country: Pakistan

Renaissance Association for Social Innovation Pakistan

Renaissance Association for Social Innovation Pakistan is an innovative organization which aims to encourage every interested citizen's social development on the basis of mutual understanding, intellectual growth and free thinking. To achieve this, RASIP has launched the Renaissance Collage™ Peace Fellowship Program which has three distinct stages. Each stage has its own objectives and benefits. It is a mental, emotional, and spiritual process of self-actualization by which individuals will learn how to be creative without traditional boundaries, dispelling myths which evolved by social misunderstandings and prejudices.

House No 10, St 02, Chaklala II, Rawalpindi
+92-3455255799
e-mail: ayub.ayubi@gmail.com
website: www.rasip4you.org

Country: Pakistan

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