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  • To coordinate and communicate the rural masses through the provision of the platform for the underprivileged communities
  • To lay the stone of the sustainable institute for the transformation of the guidelines, policy analysis and the representative of the area
  • To undertake awareness building campaigns with a view to make the rural population alive to the economic issues and urging them to undertake participatory initiatives on the self-basis to address the community problems with available human and material resources.
  • To assist and facilitate rural VDOs/CBOs in undertaking initiatives aiming at introducing modern technology and scientific methods into agricultural and social forestry
  • To educating rural women about their civil rights. Sensitizing various actors of civil society for respect of women rights and Protecting women against social injustice and organizing them of mass campaign crime against women, and establishing a close working relationship with administrative tiers to safeguard women rights.
  • To provide the education and literacy to poor masses
About FHRRDA

Since inception of New Country Pakistan on the map of world in 14th day of August 1947, women are being ignored to be activating in the political process. Because of low literacy ratio and being a deprived segment of the society women are not made aware in regard with importance of their vote and participation in political process of the country. Hence present government announced 33% reserved seats for women, there are only 40% of women participate in the contest in 2000 local bodies election and equipped 40% of reserved seats and 60% seats remained vacant till date.

The province of Sindh is located in the South of Pakistan and borders India on the East. It also has a substantial coastal area and the main port of Pakistan is also situated in Sindh i.e. Karachi. Majority of the population consists of Sindhi while Urdu speaking people also make up a sizeable minority. The latter are concentrated in the major cities and towns. The total population of the Sindh is 32, 86,700 according to “Fact and Figures Pakistan with 26 districts”. 6 districts are newly made such as ShahdadKot, Jamshoro, Tando Muhammad Khan, Tando AllahYar, Matiari and restored district UmerKot.

Sindh the largest and most under developed province of Pakistan has remained the prime interest area for developmental work carried out by various public and private organizations. Among the private organizations NGOs/CBOs have been the leading in identifying, problematizing and addressing key issues of developmental concern in sindh. Several NGO, CBO, alliances and networking were formed to tackle various issues at various levels. Among the key developmental and humanitarian concerns is the increase in the ratio of poverty and lack of awareness about it among the masses about.

In the last twelve years it has been able to problematize the issue and has taken up very productive measures to encounter poverty. As a NGO it has been able to survive and sustain itself for the achievement of the set goals and objectives. Members individually and the NGO has been involved in mass and policy advocacy campaigns, care and support services and activities leading towards the empowerment of the most vulnerable segments of the society.

District Badin is an old historical city of Sindh province founded in 1750 AD and graded as district in January 1975. It comprises of 5 Taluka viz Badin, Matli, Golarchi, Talhar and Tando Bagho. According to the census report 2001,the population of the whole Badin District is 1.4 million while per capita income is 290$ per annum. In terms of civic facilities, 46% population have the accesses to health safe water supply, access to sanitation is 28% and 42% population have assess to health facilities. Mostly people are engaged in agriculture, live-stock, confectionary shop, sewing and embroidery work. About 79% population depends on agriculture for it is survival. As part of the rural areas, Poverty is a common feature in the area, which has affected woman more as compare to man.

District Badin is declared most vulnerable, backward and poor district in the Pakistan though it is rich and filled with minerals. But when we see the coastal area of the district it is very vulnerable and it is usually hits by natural calamities which cause destruction and devastation. Current flood in district has much destroyed the educational condition in the coastal belt. It is needed to focus this area in the district because other stakeholders are mostly also working in other districts and as a result this district has suffered. 

Background
In 1996 FHRRDA was established by a group of highly motivated volunteers, social activist, intellectuals. The primary objectives of the organization was to alleviate poverty and ensure rural development by functioning as a pressure group in order to “break Silence” surrounding the issues of human rights and development in rural areas in an informal way. How ever, subsequent experience had convinced them for a participatory integrated and sustain approach to achieve their cherished Goal.

FHRRDA is working for the social and economic development of the community by organizing different activities in the area, while sharing and dissemination of information is a continuous part of the organization, which has created awareness among the masses.

Vision
Sustainable empowered communities with the reasonable choices for the surveillance in the society.

Mission
To work for the empowerment of the communities through the addressing of human development problems and provision of primary health care services, economic development, the universal primary education and advocacy for the Human Rights.

Value
Partners / communities. We believe in sovereignty of and equity with our partners.
Owners/employees/supporters. Ownership of our mission is based on mutual trust, honesty, professionalism and transparency.
Process our process is based on an understanding of roles and responsibilities, which include accountability, ethnic impartiality and effective participation.
Improvement  Creativity and innovation is the hallmark of all our efforts.
Citizenship As a citizen of this country we believe that everyone should access their basic rights and discharge their obligation with same fervor.

Goal
FHRRDA wants to establish a close linkage and networking with community organization through, enabling them to plan, design, and implement their Sustainable development activities through participatory development.

Objective
The organization has the following objectives.

  • To coordinate and communicate the rural masses through the provision of the platform for the underprivileged communities.
  • To lay the stone of the sustainable institute for the transformation of the guidelines, policy analysis and the representative of the area.
  • To undertake awareness building campaigns with a view to make the rural population alive to the economic issues and urging them to undertake participatory initiatives on the self-basis to address the community problems with available human and material resources.
  • To assist and facilitate rural VDOs/CBOs in undertaking initiatives aiming at introducing modern technology and scientific methods into agricultural and social forestry
  • To educating rural women about their civil rights. Sensitizing various actors of civil society for respect of women rights and Protecting women against social injustice and organizing them of mass campaign crime against women, and establishing a close working relationship with administrative tiers to safeguard women rights.
  • To provide the education and literacy to poor masses
FHRRDA Major Partners
  • Aurat Foundation
  • Aus Aid Islamabad
  • Ansar Burney Trust
  • ESRA /RTI/ USAID
  • Shirk at Gah Karachi/Lahore
  • Social welfare Department SWD
  • Orangi Pilot Project OPP. Karachi
  • Employ federation of Pakistan FP/ILO
  • Trust For Volunteer organizationT.V.O
  • Hilal Ahmer/International Red Crescent
  • Environment Protection Agency EPA/SSSS
  • United Nation Development Pakistan UBDP
  • Strengthening participatory organization SPO
  • Leadership Development Machnism Programe /IIE
  • Ministry of Environment & Local Government M.E.L.G
  • Rehabilitation center for Physically Disabled person RCPD Peshawar
  • Girls Imroving Program by OXFAM GB
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