Established in: 1998/2008
Registration Law: Societies Registration Act 1860
Themes & Interventions: Education, Environment, Disaster, Health, Women, Children, Economic Empowerment, Disability
What We Do: Awareness Raising, Advocacy, Research, Service Delivery
Head Office at Shangla
Township Besham, District Shangla, Post Code 20500 KPK Pakistan
Other Offices: Islamabad, Attock, Lahore, Karachi, Haripur, Upper Kohistan, Mardan, Nowshera, Peshawar, Shangla, Swat, Quetta, Gilgit, Muzaffarabad
National Integrated Development Association (NIDA-Pakistan) was set up in 1998 as a
non-religious, non-political, non-profit, voluntary development organization by highly motivated, socially committed, and like-minded individuals. Later on, NIDA-Pakistan registered under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 with the Government of Pakistan in 2008. The registration number is 611/5/5650.
The establishment of NIDA-Pakistan was a long-awaited desire and realization of the deprived communities to address the issues of social services, poverty, injustice, peace, and human rights. NIDA-Pakistan emerged as a catalyst in mobilizing and organizing the urban and rural communities for asserting their basic rights, participation, and ownership in the development and availing a rightful way to justice.
NIDA-Pakistan started its activities in 1998 on a self-help basis by mobilizing and organizing the masses for bringing about a change in the status quo environment of political exploitation, gender discrimination, and violation of children and women's rights. In pursuance of its objectives, in later stages, it incorporated various means and methods to achieve desirable results.
NIDA-Pakistan trying to collaborate and network with national and international like-minded organizations and government agencies at all levels to accelerate the process of sustainable development. The team of NIDA-Pakistan consists of psychologists, sociologists, social organizers, public health specialists, infrastructure specialists, economists, civil engineers, lawyers, human rights activists, and educationists. NIDA- Pakistan also works for persons with disabilities, non-formal education, women unpaid care work, issue of domestic violence, child sexual abuse/corporal punishment/child labor, and child trafficking. The aim of NIDA-Pakistan is to serve humanity, develop human resources, capacity building, mental health facilities, and economic sustainability without gender discrimination.
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