South Asia Partnership Pakistan (SAP-PK)

SAP-PK is registered with the Government of Pakistan and functions under the Societies Registration Act 1860. Experienced and reputed chartered accountant audits its accounts annually. It maintains a strict policy of accountability and transparency in all its transactions. The organization fully adheres to a nondiscriminatory policy in deliverance of its programs. SAP-PK is one of the leading national level NGOs in Pakistan working all over Pakistan for the rights and economic empowerment of the weakest sections of the society, especially youth, peasants, women, transgender and religious minorities. The organization strives for the creation of a society based on the principles of equality, peaceful coexistence, democracy, good governance, and justice. SAP-Pakistan is certified by Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy (PCP)….More info

Vision:

South Asia Partnership Pakistan’s vision is to create an engendered, critical society in Pakistan and South Asia based on the universal principles of human dignity, justice, democracy, and peaceful coexistence. More Info

 

SAP-Pakistan’s engagements 2017-18

SAP-Pakistan continued with development interventions in different areas of Pakistan to work on Democratic Governance, Poverty and Livelihood, Human Development and Safe Environment, Peace and Regional Cooperation and Gender Justice. Major interventions of SAP-Pakistan include efforts for strengthening the democratic processes in Pakistan by making them more inclusive and accountable. The organization implemented AAWAZ Voice and Accountability Programme in 13 districts of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in this regard. AAWAZ Voice and Accountability programme was implemented by SAP-PK as consortium member with three other established Pakistan civil society organisations (CSOs) working with over 100 Community Based Organisations (CBOs) across Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). Over the six years of the programme, it operated in 4,500 villages and settlements in 450 Union Councils (UCs) in 45 Districts. The programme met and in most cases, exceeded all output indicators as evidenced by the A++ grade in the 2017 DFID Annual Review. AAWAZ has aimed to be transformative both with immediate effect on citizens’ lives and in building an environment whereby women, minorities and young people can participate in public life without obstacles and where all citizens can realise their potential.. More…