Established in: 2013
Registration Law: Society Registration Act 1860
Themes & Interventions: Education, Environment, Health
What We Do: Awareness Rising, Research
Head Office at Hyderabad
Suite no:7, 1st floor, Hyderabad Trade centre, hyder chowk, Hyderabad, SIndh, 71000 contact: 0222720678 Email: hrdf.sindh@Gmail.com
Health & Rural Development Foundation,(HRDF) is a non profit community development organization, officially registered with the Provincial Joint Stock Companies under (Registration and control Ordinance 1860) Society Act , Government of Sindh, Pakistan in 2013.
The mission of HRDF is to built a self reliant society, free from hunger, exploitation and poverty through quality education,health and environment, where everyone irrespective of cast , creed, sex and language have righ to dignified means of health,education and livelihoo through collective and collaborative actions ensuring socioeconomic justice and ecological balance. HRDF works with marginalized communities to empower the poor and weaker sections of the society through organization building by teaching them to solve their own problems for self reliance and also to build their capacity and involving them in development processing for the betterment of own-self as well as the society in a broad sense.
To help build a society in Pakistan that ensures justice, gender equity, economic betterment and truly representative democracy by facilitating a tolerant and enlightened environment, which enables the pursuit of harmony with nature, and excellence in human creativity and conduct.
To built a self reliant society, free from hunger, exploitation and poverty through quality education, health and environment, where everyone irrespective of cast,creed, sex and language have right to dignified means of health, education and livelihood through collective and collaborative actions ensuring socio-economic justice and ecological balance
To empower the poor and weaker sections of the society through organization building by teaching them to solve their own problems for self reliance and also to build their capacity and involving them in development processing for the betterment of own-self as well as the society in a broad sense.
Our major objectives are to contribute to the society by helping the suppressed transform their lives and facilitate fellow altruists reach out genuinely needy people to help.As mentioned before, we plan to run programs in various sectors including education, health, livelihood, environment and sanitation.
Some of objectives are mentioned below:
To enroll children of school going age, who are out of school , to schools by addressing their cause of remaining out of school.
To ensure accommodation, fooding, education and other basic needs of children who are staying as street children or are forced to work as child laborersto eke out a living.
To provide basic humanitarian facilities like accommodation, food and health to elderers and disabled people unable to do so for themselves.
To run vocational trainings and rehabilitate women who are forced into sex or related trade not by choice,but out of plight. To run vocational training to youths and help transform their lives and reduce unemployment.
To run awareness campaigns on health , environment and sanitation to improve the lives of people.
To adult literary classes to transform the lives of the illiterate adults.
To conduct health camps in rural parts of the country to provide affordable and easier access to health facilities to the rural populace and help them get rid of easily curable diseases
To place volunteers from various countries in schools, health institutions, social organizations and other sectors of the community across the country.
To Increase participation in and understanding of citizen science programs related to climate change mitigation so that students learn the importance of being a good steward.
To share information about what the partner agencies are doing to address climate change.
To Understand the role of citizens, public land management agencies, and nongovernmental organizations in protecting and conserving natural resources.
To bring together information from rural communities,indigenous peoples and research workers on how they use agrobiodiversity to cope with climate change.
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