Events & News
HRDS Foundation arranged Male 2nd Sports Event at “Village Lachi District Kohat” dated 22/09/2016, Some Snapshots from the DAY
Health & Rural Development services Foundation Previously Known as Human Resource Development Society (HRDS) was established in April, 1992. It is registered under Voluntary Social Welfare Agencies (Registration and Control) Act, 1961 DDSW-LD/92-417 (23rd April 1992). HRDSF holds CSO Certification Award by Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy (PCP), Certificate No: PCP-2011/213. It certifies the HRDSF in Internal Governance, Financial Management and Programmed Delivery. HRDSF works for the development and prosperity of deprived rural communities especially women and children without any discrimination of caste, colour, creed, culture, sect and religion or ethnic discrimination.
Creating Enabling Environments by Developing Locally Adaptable Solutions
Marginalized Communities have Access to Basic Amenities with Improved Quality of Life
The main strategic objective of HRDS is to enable communities to plan, implement and manage development assistance programs through countrywide network of community groups at grassroots level for improving the quality of life.
Enhance the implementation capacity of project partners as well as communities to enable them to undertake village level development activities on an individual &/or collective basis.
Establish linkages with Govt. agencies and other NGOs / COs having common objectives for optimal utilization of available resources for community development. Provision for safe drinking water, improved sanitation, hygiene promotion, education, maternal & new born health and primary health care. Enhance the capacity of government officials, stake holders and communities in different areas of social development especially women & children to consider their contribution in community development activities. Raising awareness and foster cooperation in the communities through organizational networking at grassroots level.
HRDS Programmatic Focused Area
- Water , Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)
- Primary Health
HRDS Cross Cutting Programmatic Area
- Disaster Risk Reduction including Drought Mitigation & preparedness
- Advocacy, Raising awareness and Capacity Building
- Food Security & Livelihood
- Facilitating internally Displaced Persons(IDPs)
- Early Recovery and Emergency Response
- Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities and older people
- Engineering &Community infrastructure
- Third party Validation & Monitoring services
- Community Inclusive Development