South Asia Partnership-Pakistan (SAP-PK) is a network of seven voluntary organisations working in Canada and six countries of South Asia, which are Nepal, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan. In Pakistan SAP-PK was established in 1987 with an aim to organize, mobilise and capacitate local community based groups to bring socio- political change in the lives of marginalized segment of society, particularly women, ethnic and religious minorities. It has presence in all four provinces of Pakistan and working in 106 districts supporting initiatives to capacitate community groups and civil society organisations, mainly in rural areas. With an experience of working over 26 years in Pakistan, it is now recognised among the leading Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) of Pakistan. SAP-PK operates through its head office at Lahore, four provincial offices, two regional offices and 13 district offices. With a range of qualified, skilled and experienced staff and volunteers it has undertaken several long term development initiatives in the program areas of Resource Development Program, Women Empowerment, Violence against Women, Democracy, Human Rights and Citizen’s Education Program supported financially by different funding partners.