Sangtani Women Rural Development Organization (SWRDO) is a non-profit, non-political, non-religious, and non-government organization struggling for sustainable development. It involves the general public, particularly vulnerable groups, and organizations, and operates without discrimination based on religion, race, color, nationality, and ethnicity.
SWRDO registered under Voluntary Social Welfare Agencies Act 1961 with Social Welfare Dept on 09-September 1997, Registration Number: DDSW (DGK) 97 / 181 of 1997. The Federal Government of Pakistan introduced a new law “Punjab Charity Commission Act 2018” for the registration of the charity organization. According to the new law SWRDO was re-registered under the Punjab Charity Commission Act 2018 with the Government of Punjab Pakistan on 06-Nov-2020 with Registration No. PB-RJP-4540113479948254.
SWRDO is a tax exempted and certified organization of the Pakistan Center for Philanthropist (PCP). SWRDO succeed to renew/extend the an MoU with Economic Affairs Divisions (EAD), the Federal Government of Pakistan for the implementation of foreign-funded projects in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. SWRDO is using registered web-based software of “Financial Information System” (FIS) and Management information system (MIS) as per the required standards of International and UN Organizations. SWRDO has experienced and highly qualified relevant sector expert human resource which possesses demonstrated skills to handle the projects/programs technically as well as financially according to set TORs and to the complete satisfaction of funding partners. SWRDO is conducting its Internal, Annual, and 3rd party audits through TOP5 famous Audit companies. SWRDO has rich experience in implementing foreign-funded projects in the Punjab and the Sindh provinces of Pakistan. SWRDO has effective and functional liaison and coordination with the Provincial and District administrations of both mentioned provinces. Currently, SWRDO has well experienced sectoral expert staff, which includes 20 management staff and 130 field staff members are managing/implementing five projects.
Program and Thematic Areas:
SWRDO all interventions, covering “Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s)” Technical and organizational programs are based on the following areas wherein the SWRDO specializes in:
  1. Protection of Human Rights (Deprived Women’s and Children)
  2. Education
  3. Orphan, old age, disable, and widows support program
  4. Health & Nutrition
  5. Disaster Risk Reduction DRR and Disaster Risk Management DRM
  6. Food Security, sustainable livelihood, micro-entrepreneurship & Agriculture
  7. Water and sanitation hygiene (WASH)
  8. Climate Adaptation
  9. Community Mobilization / Social Mobilization
  10. Advocacy, Democracy and Good Governance


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