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Farmers Development Organization was established in 1996 as a not for profit and non-governmental public interest organization and “A company setup under section 42 of companies’ ordinance 1984”.
FDO is working in Saraiki Region (Southern Punjab), through participatory principles, benefitting hundreds of peasants, women and general communities in the fields of Livelihood, Institutional Development, Emergency Relief, Community Physical Infrastructure, Preventing gender based violence and promoting access to justice. The organization has a successful history in designing projects, subsequently through conducting the assessments of community problems, creating and engaging the local volunteers for implementing and monitoring the projects.
A just, prosperous and peaceful society where people are able to identify their problems and have the capacity to resolve them.
To develop and strengthen the disadvantaged and vulnerable segments of society for the realization of their rights by means of collective action through social mobilization, capacity building, facilitating provision of basic amenities, livelihood support and evidence-based advocacy.
Strengthening citizens voices and capacity building to demand just, democratic, transparent and accountable governance.
Promoting communal harmony among the people of different religious and political denominations.
Provision and improving governance of social services.
Improving access of marginalized sections to the socio-economic opportunities for decent livelihood and realization of basic rights.
Protecting lives and livelihoods of vulnerable communities in disaster/conflict situations.
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