Established in: 2009
Registration Law: Voluntary Social Welfare Organizations (Registration & Control) Ordinance 1961
Themes & Interventions: Women
What We Do: Awareness Rising, Advocacy, Service Delivery
Head Office at Quetta
Office at, Jan colony, Usta Muhammad, Balochistan
SOCIAL SANGAT BALOCHISTAN is a right based non?governmental non?profit, nonreligious registered youth-led organization based in Balochistan. It was formed by a group of committed young professional activists in 2007 and got registered in 2009 under the Social Welfare registration and control ordinance with Government of Balochistan (Pakistan).
Social Sangat is a group of dedicated & energetic young professionals, with a belief that they are responsible for a better future of the Nation. Sangat aims to make Balochistan a progressive, Democratic and a Peaceful place by empowering its youth, educating the communities and by promoting the democratic values.
Social Sangat opposes all forms of discrimination and respects the rights and dignity of the people, regardless of ethnic, social, religious or political differences. We believe that we have born to fight against ignorance and injustice.
We at “SANGAT” envision to foundation of an Educated, Democratic, Peaceful and Civilized society.
The Mission of SANGAT is to educate, aware and empower peoples, especially youth and particularly young girls through advocacy, capacity building, and awareness raising activities, so that they could become good & civilized citizens and contribute their part properly for peaceful society.
To aware, educate and mobilize people especially youth & women for basic human rights, and facilitate marginalized population of the society to search the way of raising voice for humanity trough research, advocacy, awareness raising and capacity building.
To lobby & Advocacy for change in law and practice which will realize equity and economic security for women, youth & minorities, and to work for change in attitudes which will bring about equality of opportunity for women, youth and minorities in education, employment and participation in public and political roles.
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