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Sindh Community Foundation (SCF) was formed by some young and committed human rights and social workers of Hala and Hyderabad in January 2001 for improving the socio-economic conditions of rural communities and neglected segments of society, specially youth and women. It started working with small level charity actions, including holding free blood grouping and medical camps and slowly shifted to strategic interventions towards sustainable development. For that purpose it mobilized local communities on various issues at village level, formed Community- Based Groups and then transferred the same into Community-based ...........More


Current Projects

Building New Constituencies for Women's SRHR: Climate change and SRHR (Pakistan) Research and Advocacy- Asia Pacific Resource and Research Center
Access, Services and Knowledge –ASK (Focusing on SRHR) Jointly Implementing by RWPF and Chanan Development Organization on youth mobilization for SRHR in District Matiari District of Sindh ...More


Disaster Management and Risk Reduction

Pakistan is located in a region that is prone to a number of natural disasters. Due to its various range of topography, the country is liable to wide-ranging hazards from droughts to floods to earthquakes to cyclones. Pakistan has been suffering from a major drought for the last four years, which is unfortunately continuing with varying degrees all over the country. With the exception of drought years, Pakistan has suffered almost every year from floods as monsoon rains Cause Rivers to overflow their banks. Almost all of Pakistan regularly experiences earthquakes ranging from moderate to ...........More



Baseline study on the issues of women Cotton Pickers

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Annual Report 2013


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