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Communities Initiatives for Development in Pakistan (CIDP)

Sindh, Pakistan
Joined November 2016
Presence in: Pakistan

Communities Initiatives for Development in Pakistan (CIDP) Sindh is a non-Governmental non-profitable, voluntarily development organization working for sustainable development of the deprived and backward communities of Sindh, Pakistan. It was established in 2007 by a group of ambitious young and dynamic friends who were well concerned over absence of the basic amenities of life at gross root level.

The deploring condition of the unavailability of the basic amenities such as availability of the clean drinking water, emergency Health facilities, Education strengthening of social institutions, and avenues of sustainable economic development has put the life of our down trodden communities at their lowest ebb, and support to the communities in the natural disaster situation.

The CIDP present sphere of work is consisting of providing of economic sustainability by extending the micro credit facilities to the Ultra poor areas for the promotion of enterprise development, sustainable agricultural development, promotion of handicraft and livestock.

Besides encouraging the economic sustainability, the CIDP is also striving best for providing qualitative education, necessary health facilities, strengthening of Social institutions such as encouraging for the formation of Community organization (CO), Community Based Organization (CBOs) Formation of human rights committees (HRC), Village health committees (HC), and Village credit committees (CC),Para Development Committees(PDCs),School Management Committees(SMCs)

 

People Associated With This Organization

Sattar Abdul Sattar is the network champion (main point of contact) for Communities Initiatives for Development in Pakistan (CIDP).

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