About Organization
  • Established in: 2007

  • Registration Law: Societies Registration Act 1860

  • Themes & Interventions: Education, Girls Education, Adult Literacy, Environment, Water, Disaster, Disaster Preparedness, Humanitarian Emergencies, Peace, Health, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Women, Economic Empowerment

  • What We Do: Awareness Raising, Research, Service Delivery, Capacity Building

Contact Details
  • Head Office at Hyderabad

  • Information And Resource Development Center -Irdc B-14 Model Town Near Chandio Goth Qasimabad

  • Phone: 0222107676

  • Email: sindhfoundation@yahoo.com

  • Other Offices: Matiari, Tando Muhammad Khan

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Goal 1 No Poverty, Goal 3 Good Health and Wellbeing, Goal 4 Quality Education, Goal 5 Gender Equality, Goal 6 Clean Water and Sanitation, Goal 8 Decent Work and Economic Growth, Goal 10 Reduced Inequalities, Goal 13 Climate Action, Goal 15 Life and Land, Goal 16 Peace, Justice and Institutions


Established in 2001, Sindh Community Foundation (SCF) is a national level NGO registered in Societies act XX1, 1860 under the registration number 5104 in 2007, based in Hyderabad, Sindh province of Pakistan.SCF is in special consultative status with UNECOSOC since 2015 and is also certified with Pakistan Center for Philanthropy -PCP.  SCF has MOU with Economic Affairs Division , Government of Pakistan.  SCF is a national NGO striving for creating an inclusive, equitable and a just society regardless of colour, caste and gender through reaching the unreached and neglected segments of the society. Its priority is to have effective and sustainable development actions in the grass root level and testify about vulnerable population. Its prime intervention was youth development, organizing youth and engaging terms in social change process. Further it increased its programmatic outreach and focus on women and girls, rural communities and agriculture workers.  SCF has closely worked with national, international donors including, UN agencies like UNDP, UNESCO, UN Habitat, UN Women, Government of Sindh to implement the development projects.



SCF envisions for a socially and economically empowered society with no discrimination on caste, gender and race with equitable access to social justice and resources



Creating social consciousness among the various marginalized and  vulnerable population  women, youth, PWDs, minorities living rural and informal urban settings in Sindh and provision of the equatibale  access to resources and opportunities for socio-economic development ,  improved health and  education status so that they can exercising their rights to combat poverty and all forms of injustices.



  • To ensure that all children have access to quality education and no children regardless of gender, colors, races and geographic distribution is left behind and have to drop out or discontinue their education for any reason
  • To create and provide equal opportunities to women and girls in socio-economic activities so that they have their say in their decision making and participate in any kind of development processes
  • To engage communities and relevant stakeholders to protect women and girls against gender based violence and child marriage in specific
  • To strengthen the capacities of local partners, community  groups, CSOs and various stakeholders  including government officials  on quick roll out or implementation of SDGs with pro-poor and marginalized policies and programs
  • To offer productive and creative spaces for young people to groom their leadership, civic engagement capacity and knowledgebase to make them more constructive citizens
  • To build the climate resilient communities and strengthening actions for environmental governance
  • To promote peaceful and positive community value

Targeted Districts

Matiari, Jamshoro, Hyderabad and Tando Muhammad Khan



  • Water , Sanitation and Health Education
  • Education
  • Adult and Adolescent Literacy and Training Program
  • Skills Development
  • Economic Justice of Women Agriculture workers
  • Women and Girls Empowerment
  • Environmental Justice and Climate Change
  • Youth Empowerment and Engagement
  • Agro Based Training Skills for Youth
  • Disaster Risk Reduction and Humanitarian Response





SCF’s Water and Sanitation Program



Access to water and sanitation is a major issue of the people living in remote rural areas as well in slums of urban centers. SCF has implemented WASH projects in Jamshoro and Tando Muhammad Khan districted for people affected from the flood in 2010 and 2011.



-SCF implemented project Improving Water Supply and Sanitation Systems of 27 Flood Effected Villages with


support of The Consulate General Japan, Karachi. The project achieved; 23000 flood affected population have access to safe drinking water and latrine facilities and hence improved their health status. The targeted communities were also provided with awareness on personal health and hygiene. SCF also implemented project Community Based Water Supply project in 10 villages of District -TM Khan. The project ensured availability and access to water facilities to 5060 flood affected population and created awareness on personal health and hygiene.


-With the support of UNDP under its disaster resilient communities project SCF also provided latrine and water facilities to the 100 households. Health education and awareness is the core part of the WASH program. SCF also promoted awareness on washing hands practices and demonstration in communities in urban and rural areas of its targeted areas mainly in Hyderabad and Matairi districts of Sindh.  SCF has experience in installation of Hand Pumps and Water Storage Tanks in districts Matairi and Tando Muhammad Khan.

-Currently SCF is implementing project of Safe water in Matiari district with the support of Muslim Charity. SCF is interested to implement projects in district Matiari under this call for proposal.  SCF has good connections with local government and district administration.




  • Muslim Charity UK
  • Youth Affairs Department Government of Sindh
  • Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD) Thailand
  • Human Rights Commission of Pakistan & Equal Rights Trust UK
  • ViiV Healthcare
  • 18 May Memorial Foundation
  • DAI Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd
  • Peace Building Alliance
  • UNDP Pakistan
  • UN-Women
  • Sindh Education Foundation
  • Community Development Program –Government of Sindh Pakistan
  • Funds for Global Human Rights
  • Diamond Challenge
  • Asia Pacific Women Resource and Research Center
  • LEAD Pakistan
  • Pakistan Association of Development
  • The Consulate General Japan, Karachi Chanan Development Association Lahore and RWPF
  • Norwegian Human Rights Fund
  • The Asia Foundation
  • Habib University Foundation
  • British Council Pakistan
  • Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan
  • School of Leadership Foundation
  • Toyota Foundation
  • World Food Program
  • UNDP Pakistan
  • Foundation For The Future
  • World Food Program
  • Frontline Human Rights Defenders Foundation–Ireland
  • Korea Green Foundation
  • Common Wealth Foundation – Civil society response grant
  • Urgent Action Fund
  • UN-Habitat Youth Opportunity Fund
  • Mama Cash, Netherlands
  • Indus Institute for Research and Education
  • United Nation Environment Program UNEP, Eco Peace Leadership Center , Korea
  • Mission for International al Vehicle Association MIVA , Netherlands
  • Population Council of Pakistan



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