Pakistan Humanitarian & Rural Development Network
Pakistan Humanitarian & Rural Development Network (PHRDN) which established in 2010 is registered, independent, non-profit, non-political, non-sectarian and non-governmental organization. PHRDN is network of 75 local organizations working in District Badin, Tharparkar, & Thatta. The organization is registered under Social Welfare voluntary Organization Act: 1961 with Directorate of Social Welfare / Community Development Department Government of Sindh with Registration No: DO-SW-BDN/VA/165.
PHRDN believes in institutional building at grass roots level to support in bringing social change in the society. Hence a common platform that is created and owned by the poor is a pre-requisite through which the poor can make themselves count in the development process. It has made social mobilization as core activity and entry point followed by different development interventions including social and physical service delivery projects, coordinating and networking while emphasizing on gender balance and good governance. The main aim of the program is to mainstream rural poor into socio-economic development and reduce their vulnerability.
Vision: PHRDN envision for a socially & economically empowered society guided by participatory principles, which transform their lives through modern technique for equitable & eco-friendly Pakistan.
Mission: Strengthen, support & empower civil society organization of Pakistan through institutional cooperation with the ability to understand the importance of their role in community services and to nurture their leadership qualities for sustainable and self reliant development.