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Relief and Early Recovery Activities of Amrdo
Construction of 569 shelters for flood effected communities of district Matiari....
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Al Mehran Rural development organization
AL-Mehran Rural Development Organization (AMRDO) is a nongovernmental, nonpolitical, non partisan, non profitable social services providing organization. AMRDO was established in the year 1998 and registered under the Society’s Registration Act of 1860, European Union has recognized AMRDO for project partnership and the process for tax exempted PCP Registration is underway. AMRDO is working for the socio economic empowerment of poor rural and underserved communities through participatory development initiatives in Sindh and Baluchistan. The philosophy behind the establishment of AMRDO was to bring respite among the lives of those vulnerable communities who are quite far from the normal standard of life. The Vision and Mission of AMRDO adheres to the commitment of championing the both human and ethical values through striving for the very cause of oppressed communities in the context of the basic social rights. In its continuous struggle the AMRDO has envisioned to explore maximum possible and dynamic areas of socio-economic development by establishing the health and education facilities with every best of its effortsRead more
The Working Sectors Of Amrdo
  • Water, Sanitation & Physical Infrastructure
  • Credit & Enterprise Development
  • Livelihoods & Food Security
  • Education & Health
  • Human Rights, Gender Equality
    & Social Protection
  • Social Development
  • Disaster Risk Reduction & Climate Change
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Mission & Vision
AMRDO’s vision is Socio Economic Empowerment of poor communities through participatory development.

AMRDO endeavors for marginalized masses of Pakistan, to enhance empowerment through institutional development, Social and Financial services and other sectoral programs.

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Geographical area of operation
The Organization’s over all focus has been on Sindh and Baluchistan provinces.

AMRDO has been unceasingly serving the rural backward communities in the districts of Matiari, Shaheed Benazirabad, Mirpurkhas, Sanghar, Sukkur, Jacobabad, Umerkot, Jamshoro, & Tando Allahyar in Sindh and Jaffarabad in Balochistan.

Flood 2010 Status of losses & Damages
Flood 2010 one of the severe floods in century old history of Sindh has brought great havoc in Pakistan and Sindh province. It has inundated three provinces of Pakistan including the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Southern Punjab and Sindh province.

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