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Society for Empowering Human Resource

Quetta, Pakistan
Joined August 2012
Presence in: Pakistan

Society for Empowering Human Resource (SEHER) established on May, 28th 1998 and registered under Society Act 1860, by a group of youth sharing a common aim and commitment to address human misery with a special focus on vulnerable segment of society i.e. women, children, minorities, refugees, disable/abused and the poorest of the poor. SEHER, being a right based social reformatory organization, adopts a holistic approach towards right based development initiatives upholding the human rights. SEHER uses rigorous approach by analyzing the various aspects that contribute to oppression, injustice, violence, vulnerability, discrimination, abuse and poverty in the society while treating the survivor (s) as  “subjects of the change process”. SEHER is guided by a vision of a society where poorest of the poor, marginalized, socially excluded and never reachable are empowered to overcome their miseries/poverty, social, political and economic burdens and enjoy equal human rights and opportunities to lead a life of dignity and self-fulfillment. To achieve such a gigantic task and multi-dimensional vision SEHER as an NGO may not be the sole remedial force, it would need to pursue the strengthening of intra-organizational capacities through partnerships, alliances building, advocacy efforts, campaigns and program cooperation at operational as well as policy levels.
SEHER believes in right based culture where norms and values of social justice, guarantee of self-respect, availability of equal rights with equal opportunities and uniform road to the destination of development process for all segments of society prevails. SEHER consistently adhere to make its contribution in development of such culture.

Introduction
“A Prosperous and Violence Free Society”
“To empower the marginalized segment of the society to assert for their social, economic and political
rights”
1 Initially, it is/was registered under Social Welfare Act with registration # SWD 807 on August 1998, latter on it is re-registered on Feb. 20,
2003 under Society Act with registration # SOC/Reg./840