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  • Handicrafts Exhibition
  • Non Formal Education
  • Renovation of women cent…
  • Capacity Building Traini…
  • Hygiene Kits Distributio…
  • Stop violence against wo…

Handicrafts Exhibition

Handicrafts exhibition "Da PukhtanuPeghloHunar"was arranged by PADO with the support of ERF in district Hangu.as More than 200 Women, Girls, IDPs, Community Member, Journalists, Media and Government representatives participated in

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Non Formal Education

With the assistance of USAID, PADO at District Swat has initiated Non-Formal Education Project in 15 villages of UC Bahrain, Madyan and Tirat; The proposed intervention, spanning over a period

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Renovation of women center

Women center in Dermai was renovated, equipments were purchased for the center with the support of UNFPA, and the center has helped many families since than to earn livelihood after

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Capacity Building Training

Teachers & Village Education Committee Training was conducted on School Management to enhance the participants Knowledge, skills for better School Management.

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Hygiene Kits Distribution

Distribution of Hygiene Kits among Vulnerable Women of UC Sakhra Swat to promote healthy lifestyle among community women

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Stop violence against women

16 days of activism campaign kicked off with 60 x 75 feet message (STOP VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN)

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  • About PADO

    Working For building social capital for poverty reduction

     

    PADO since its establishment works “To facilitate an enabling environment for building social capital for poverty reduction by mobilizing the communities towards sustainable development”. This aim is achieved with the close collaboration of partner communities and development organizations through a participatory, demand responsive, gender and poverty sensitive integrated development approach in Pakistan.

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  • PADO Development Initiatives

    PADO feels proud about their qualitative and quantitative achievements in collaboration with its partner communities and donors; PADO in short span of time has not only gained the experience but has also facilitated the poor and marginalized communities, the challenges we faced during this short span of time added to our learning and helped us in taking positive steps to review our work, with the same spirit we will continue to facilitate an enabling environment for building social capital for poverty reduction by mobilizing the communities towards sustainable development.

  • Geographical Focus

    operation_mapPADO has undertaken several sustainable developmental projects within the camps and rural Pakistani communities. The geographical areas of interventions include Northern districts with hilly terrain, the plains of southern districts and the more fertile areas of central districts of KPK.

Furqan (PADO) on flood damages to BBC.



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Year in review

  • Annual Report
    annual report 2011 PADO is focusing on a bright and promising upcoming intervention in addressing the most susceptible issues of our communities. This Annual Report covers major activities undertaken for achieving our collective goal of "building social capital for poverty reduction".
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  • Words to Inspire
    "Peace, development and justice are all connected to each other. We cannot talk about economic development without talking about peace. How can we expect economic development in a battlefield?"
    - Aung San Suu Kyi Nobel Peace Prize recipient, 1991
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