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Organization Info

Full Legal Name and Acronym Tabdeeli Development Organization Legal Status
Tabdeeli Development Organization (TDO) is a non-governmental non-profitable, nonreligious & non-political organization. It was established in 2008 and subsequently was registered in 2011, with the Directorate of Social Welfare Sindh, under the NGOs Registration Act 1961.

It endeavors for attitudinal change to facilitate sustainable development, socioecological justice and equity in the society.

To build up confidence among women for their financial empowerment. To promote a participatory and pluralistic civil society that employs democratic process as non-violent practices To increase citizens awareness about their civic, social and economic rights To broaden the base of social justice and economic equality in the society To undertake human resource development through facilitating capacity/skills development opportunities To network and collaborate with the govt. departments, NGO's, CBO's and international development organizations/agencies Provide education,health and agriculture support in community Promote skill development for alleviation of poverty

OWOs Process
OWO observes the following process to achieve its goals and objects: Mobilization, Awareness, Organization, Training, Action and Evaluation

Quality Assurance
OWO is a certified organization. It holds the certificates on Standard Management Procedures by the TVO; it also holds certificates from National Council of Social Welfare and Ministry of Women Development Government of Pakistan, under the NGO Certification Programs. These certificates are acknowledged by all donor agencies and Government of Pakistan. The certification process reviews OWOs management, monitoring and evaluation, governance and financial procedures and found them operational and transparent.

Major Partners
Following have been partners with OWO: OXFAM, WHO, DTCE, MACWAC, NCHD, etc. OWO also works with various government departments such as National Council of Social Welfare, Pakistan Bait-ul-Mall, Punjab Government Literacy Program, Punjab Government Health Department, Ministry of Women Development Government of Pakistan, Election Commission of Pakistan, etc.

Thematic Areas
TDO focuses on three thematic areas:

Education,Health, women and youth development,advocacy,Environment,Human rights,capacity building,poverty alleviation,Gender,rural development,drug abuse,children Approach and Methodology
OWOs approach is derived directly from the political development and governance context in Pakistan. It encompasses participatory practices through activities and ensures proactive stakeholder involvement, particularly of the women. Participatory tools, techniques and lessons learnt from other successful activities are used to solicit stakeholders' input and facilitate both lateral and vertical cooperation. Effective communication tools are used to motivate partners, inviting them to play their leadership role. Furthermore, OWO emphasizes gender as an area that in the context of decentralization, devolution and improved legislative governance requires special attention. Mainstreaming gender into democratic governance process requires bringing women, workers and minorities to a position where they can take part on equitable bases in determining values, development of direction and allocation of resources. OWO also ensures that women benefit equitably with men from access to resources.

Governance and Management

OWO is run by members of Executive Body; those formulate its policies and oversee implementation of the programmers. The members of Executive Body meet every three months to discuss issues and progress made during a quarter. Administratively OWO is divided into program and finance department. The program department is headed by a program manager and finance department by a finance manager. Both the managers are answerable to the executive director for progress of their respective departments. OWO conducts weekly and monthly staff meetings to monitor progress. It also conducts external evaluation to determine the progress made, identify gaps and explore opportunities for enhancing performance.

Members of Executive Body

Name Profession Aqeel Ahmed Jokhio Social activist Ayaz Ali Mahar Advocate Tarique Hussain Mahar Journalist Sajjad Hussain Mahar Social worker Gender male Male Male Male Designation Patron and Founder Patron and Founder InformationSecretary Finance Secretary

Name Designation Aqeel Ahmed Jokhio Gender Job Category

Sustainability Assets Amount Equipment Vehicles

Furniture Library Funding sources Membership fee PEN


Organizational Outreach
Punjab Sindh Bahawalpur Lahore Ghotki Gujranwala Multan Kundh Kot Jhang Muzaffargah Rawalpindi Pakpattan Chakwal Rahim Yar Khan Rajanpur Sargodha

Networking and Linkages

OWO believes in partnership with civil society organizations, groups and concerned individuals. The following networks have been formed with the purpose of maintaining regular partnership with stakeholders. OWO has established an advisory group of Advocates having expertise in Gender issues and other Legal matters concerned with female, in this group 75 Advocates are members from 7 Districts of Punjab. They also provide free legal aid to vulnerable and help the female councilors for submission their

papers for Local Government Elections. OWO has established a Civil Society Organizations Group which consists on 30 NGOs from 5 Districts of Punjab. OWO has established a Students Network those belong from 8 Districts of Punjab The Anti Narcotics Force (ANF) 300 NGOs Network established by the Anti Narcotics Force in 2007 has 300 NGOs as its members from all over Pakistan. OWO is the member of this network. OWO make a Media group that consists on male and female journalists from print media and electronic media to promote rights of the people. This group consists on 50 members form different districts of Punjab. OWO also a member of the network of Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF). From all over Pakistan more then 400 NGOs and more then 5000 journalist are the members of this forum. OWO is running 30 NFBE and 10 ALC home schools, 2 computer centers and 5 vocational training centers in rural area of Lahore and Rahimyarkhan. A network of 47 school teachers has been established in these areas. OWO is running 20 NFBE home schools in rural areas of Rahim Yar Khan. A network of 20 school teachers has been established in this area.

Training Programs
Issues Covered in Orientation and Training Programs
Violence against women Poverty and gender Capacity building Muslim Family Laws Role and responsibilities of a Councilor Community organization Communication skills Presentation skills Legal literacy Gender issues Ethics and value of journalism Women's political rights Democracy, elections and right to vote Women and reserved seats Political status of women in Pakistan

What is PENS?
Progressive Educational Network Shikarpur is an educational project of Tabdeeli (Change) Development Organization based in Upper Sindh, Shikarpur, Pakistan and it was established in early 2010 under the social welfare registration act 1961 of Pakistan. Its control center is situated at Karan gate, Shikarpur, Sindh, Pakistan.

What is its mission?

TDO believes that education is the best politics and we can bring a peaceful, permanent and positive social, economic and political change among the people of upper Sindh solely and surely through academic and social education. We have unwavering belief that it the education which can give riddance to our people from their entire social, economic and political problems world. PENS is the first step marching toward our aim. Different surveys conducted by several NGOs and government reveal that the root cause of deeply rooted social problems of the people upper Sindh is the complete destruction of education system of this area and resultantly the prevailing education system here has utterly failed to yield good minds. Most of the schools are closed in upper Sindh. It is a decided fact that Peoples rise and fall solely depend upon Education. Keeping this view, PEN is uncompromisingly committed to train people educationally in agriculture, industrial training and social education. We experimentally believe that social education should be the part and parcel of academic education of students of this area and this surely will result in the solution of the social problems of the upper Sindh as tribal conflicts and Honour killing.

An academically as well as socially developed Upper Sindh is our goal

How will PEN achieve its vision?

In line with its mission PEN is committed to bring a permanent social change in the area by adopting the following programs: 1- Student development centres 2- Adopting government schools to better the learning process for poor students. 3- Conducting workshops, seminars and teacher training programs to enhance the professional capabilities of local teachers and

instructors. 4- Take initiatives to help open closed schools. 5- To organize career counseling programs for local students. 6- To establish libraries within educational institutions as well as out . 7- Manage technical and vocational courses to stabilize economically low educated class of upper Sindh. 8- Develop a network of schools in Upper Sindh. 9- TO establish computer training institutions 10- To facilitate women with good educational opportunities as that of men. 11- Social English Learning centres.

How is PENS engaged now?

PEN administration has successfully launched English language development program adjacent its and a tuition centre as well and as a result countless poor and able students are benefiting from it. Faculty of the language and tuition program: Centre Director

How can you support PENS in its mission for social change?
If you are satisfied with the aims and objectives of PEN we encourage you to come forward and be a helping hand in its auspicious cause for social change. You can be beneficial for PEN in the following practical ways: 1- Help us to adopt public sector schools 2- Sponsor teacher 3- Sponsor poor students. 4- To open computer training centre for women.

Financial Management:
To ensure transparency, we will post our yearly audit reports through any public source. For auditing we will use the services of some renowned auditing firm of the locality. HOW CAN YOU DONATE TO PENS? If you support our mission come forward and be a helping hand in it. You can donate PEN through its account #:

Where is PENS Control Centre?

Karan gate Shikarpur, Sindh, Pakistan Email:penshp@gmail.com Cell # 03078239626, 03323942868

OWO is proud to impart primary school education to some 3,000 children in its home schools, since 2003. Out of these with the efforts of OWO near about 45 girls and boys got scholarship for higher education. Passing result of these schools have been 78%. Presently, OWO has strength of 1200 students in its 40 home schools, including 30 NFBE and 10 ALC. OWO also running 2 computer centers and 5 vocational centers in which some 500 students getting their technical education. Beside all these OWO organized 9 Vocational and Basic health care 25-days training workshops in rural areas in which 360 ladies got the Vocational training. OWO organized 2 national level 3-day Exhibitions in which more then 500 visitors visited the event daily. OWO is privileged to become partners with Election Commission of Pakistan, Punjab Government Health Department, Punjab Government Literacy department and Local Government Department of Punjab on various occasions. Moreover, OWO has excellent collaboration with Bar Associations, Press Clubs, Civil Society Organizations and International Organizations. From 2000 till today more then 1000 women have been provided advice, counseling, and legal aid from its Support Centers in Punjab to minimize

incidences of violence on women. These comprises of lawyers and psychologists. Around 50 community opinion leaders, government officials, police, journalists, teachers, lawyers, etc. were provided training on violence, Muslim Family Laws, conflict management, women's rights, networking and counseling to establish referral system in communities. Approximately 2000 women have been provided legal education through community seminars. As wider advocacy and awareness raising on Democratic Governance, Women's Political Empowerment and the political education programme from 2000 till today, OWO imparted education to some 5,000 people on democracy, political empowerment, local government, election management, leadership skills, women's rights, role of councilors, role of parliaments and parliamentarians, voters education, etc. which resulted in activating local women to participate in mainstream politics. Around 100 women were elected as councilors after their capacity building on election management and leadership skills.

Head Office Shikarpur: Karan gate, Shikarpur,Sindh,Pakistan. Ph: 0726609474 Cell #: 0307609474,03053199732 Email: tabdeelishp@gmail.com