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  1. LHDP

  2. Laar Humanitarian and Development Programme (LHDP) is a non-governmental, not for profit humanitarian and development organization. It is a legal entity; established on April 2006
    and registered under Society Act (1860) on June 30, 2006. The reason for LHDP’s establishment was the frequent disaster and destruction of natural means, which led the people toward the vulnerability and risks to the lives of people in disaster prone areas of Sindh.

  3. Help Foundation

    Human Empowerment to Lead & to Progress (HELP) Foundation was established in 1974 at Kot Mithan. It was registered with Social Welfare Department, Govt. of the Punjab under the Voluntary Social Welfare Agencies (Registration & Control) Ordinance, 1961 (XLVI of 1961) in 1976 with the registration No. DSW (Pb) 76-979. It is non profit, Humanitarian, Rights Based Organization.

  4. Doaba Foundation

    Doaba is the result of the efforts of riverine communities when they were united to minimize their sufferings during flood disaster in 1987 after denial of relief from District Government. It made its first move on self help basis as community based organization from a village “Shah Din” near Rang Pur-Muzaffargarh. After 13 years of successful self-help initiatives on Disaster Risk Reduction in riverine areas of Muzaffargarh and Jhang, Doaba felt the need of sharing its experiences with other organizations and to expand its practical knowledge in disaster prone villages of other districts. Doaba got registered in 2000 as public welfare trust and is now working with more than 600 disaster prone villages of 06 Districts Multan, Muzaffargarh, Dera Ghazi Khan, Bhakkar, Layyahah and Jhang in South Punjab