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  • 1. Foundation of Research & Community Empowerment FRCE Foundation of Research and Community EmpowermentName of theOrganization:Address: B-26 Midland Bungalow near Sonhari book land near Naseem Nagar Qasimabad HyderabadMobile 0092-336-4067426/0092-301-8229829Website www.frce.org (under construction at present)Email foundationrce@gmail.comFacebook.. http://www.facebook.com/frce.ngo.5Twitter https://twitter.com/Google https://www.google.com.pk/#hl=en&tbo=d&sclient=psy- ab&q=+Foundation+of+Research+%26+Community+EmpowermentHead+&oq=+Foundation+of+Research+%26+C ommunity+EmpowermentHead+&gs_l=hp.3...28955.29702.2.30833.1.1.0.0.0.0.177.177.0j1.1.0.les%3B..0.0...1c.1.6wWdUk UsZrI&psj=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&fp=e6363559a50f72cc&bpcl=38897761&biw=1366&bih=673Bank Account Account title: Foundation of Research and Community Empowerment (FRCE) Account no: 0105020104661211 Khushali Bank Ltd Defense Plaza Thandi Sarak Hyderabad Sindh PakistanContact person Rashid AliLegal Status Registered under Societies Registered under Societies Registration Act, 1860
  • 2. Profile of FRCEFoundation of Research & Community Empowerment is not-for-profit, Non-Governmental, Non Religious& Non-Political organization working in Sindh Pakistan it is being funded by the philanthropist in order toattain its envisaged goal of alleviation poverty in the rural areas of Sindh FRCE has been created by the effortsof a youth group of Sindh purely and actively working for improving and up lifting the people quality of life bydeveloping a support mechanism that can ensure the provision of social guidance to the communities at theapproachable level. Today the poverty poses most important development challenge in developing countrieslike in Pakistan and specific province of Sindh, to address this pressing social, economical & political issue, theparticipatory development approaches (PAR & PRA) has been selected as effective tools for sustainable andlong term development of Poorest and marginalized section of society. FRCE has taken the challenge toplaying proactive role in initiating the supplementing efforts for eradication poverty by increasing livelihoodoptions. FRCE is unique organization established in Hyderabad Sindh solely for the eradication of poverty. Itsinnovative technique of social mobilization through PRA or PAR enables the poor to accesses, to control orutilize most efficiently the resources meant for them. It is represented by the people who are committed tosocial, political and economical change of the poor and believe that the strengthening and empowerment of thepoor is critical to the poverty alleviation, because the powerlessness and poverty are almost synonymous. Thepragmatic reality that the poor lack choice and control over the resources and right to influence their futurefrom the basis of their power less. FRCE development society has a well-experienced implementation teamand has at least 314 volunteers in across Sindh even Punjab province. It is successfully achieving aims andobjectives of organization in collaboration/support of different PhilanthropistFRCE Vision Save all living beings
  • 3. FRCE Objectives 1. To educate the people for adoption of the good norms of a good citizenship and to inculcate into the peoples mind, ideals of national unity and To establish schools & libraries in needy communities for sustainable development. 2. To work for uplifting the status of women in the society through poverty alleviation & gender development programs and enhancing gender equity by expanding women’s access to justice and women’s human rights. 3. To propagate the need for tree plantation / pollution control and environmental awareness. 4. To alleviate poverty through empowering poor people and increasing their access to income, opportunities. 5. To provide help under health & nutrition services for women and children. 6. To encourage young people through capacity building program to develop a healthier, safer lifestyle 7. To publish newspaper, magazine, journals and to reproduce works of arts, literature, science, crafts and other allied works/collections of works of arts for instruction and imparting useful knowledge. 8. To provide help to people suffering from Natural calamities and work for uplifting poor rural/village people for their overall developmentOperational objectives/Thematic Areas  Social Mobilization Program  Education Program  Youth Career Counselling Program  Microfinance Program  Advocacy program  Health & hygiene Program  Capacity building Program  Disaster Management Program
  • 4. FRCE Career Counselling Program Pakistani youth is devoid of an IDEAL to follow whereas we know that almost half of the population falls under the age of twenty (56.5%).. They are lost in the search of an individual whose line of they follow will take them to success. One more dilemma is that the youth even being very energetic andtalented does not get the chance to display their inner talent. Joblessness, poverty and absence ofsupport from the government for increasing education level and its reach to the young generation.Moreover some political parties are usingthe energies of these very shiningyoungsters by putting them on the line ofmilitancy and weapons. In short theyoung generation lacks clear guidance,vision, leadership, education, monetarysupport from government and a clearpath. Having analysed this FRCE hasstarted Career Counselling programthrough which hundreds of youth are trained and counselled by renowned personalities so that youthmake peaceful and prosperous Pakistan
  • 5. FRCE Health ProgramPakistan is the 6th largest state of the world having a huge flux of population living in ruraland urban areas. The Federal Government of Pakistan after taking her due share from NFCaward promise to fulfill the four major objectives i.e. security, education, health andsanitation. Unfortunately, only 1.5% of entire budget is allocated to health and sanitationwhich is insufficient. Secondly, the sanitary conditions are deplorable and the stagnant waterabsorbs 150 feet in the soil mixing up with clean water, which is spreading severe diseases.Owing to this poor sanitary condition W.H.O projected the idea of oral polio vaccination. Theinfrastructure is undeveloped. The basic health units in rural areas are not equipped enough tobetter the falling health of rural populace. If there are well equipped hospitals, the availabilityof doctors is not ensured. Glaringly, the quakes are performing in every nook and corner ofthe country without any fear of accountability. The medicine companies are indulging inminting money with the help of dishonest doctor, consequently killing many people. Lessattention is given to sterilize the tools and transfer of blood without disease. Because of thereligious myths and cultural barriers less attention is given to female health which results inthe increment of MMR and TMR. Focusing on the golden rule of “Health is wealth”, FRCEtaking appropriate measures for the betterment of health services in Pakistan. The awarenessprogrammes and medical camps are arranged to let the people know about the problems andremedies.
  • 6. FRCE Educational ProgramEducation is the corner stone of any successful nation. At the heart of most thriving globaleconomies lies a dynamic educational system which prepares their youth to compete with thebest in the world. There is no doubt that prosperity of nations now depends solely on theintellectual quality of its human resource and investing in high quality education issynonymous with investing in the future of a nation. Unfortunately, this aspect in Pakistanhas been ignored ever-since its independence. Quality education remains the prerogative ofchildren drawn from a thin layer of upper crust of Pakistani Society. 70% of our people livingin villages are totally deprived of any quality schooling and consequently can play little rolein national policies and its development. This educational apartheid, with a tiny little eliteperpetually dominating country’s social life, its polity and economy, is a sure recipe for socialconflicts between the masses and the elite. The current social and sectarian tension and resortto fundamentalist tendencies by the youth, especially from remote and under-developed areasare manifestation of the impact of prevailing archaic system of education for vast majority ofour youth in underprivileged areas. It was these harsh realities that motivated the Founder ofFRCE Mr.Kaleemullah to make a beginning towards educating and grooming the brightestchildren from rural areas in the hope that these children will one day become role models fortheir communities by emerging as high class citizens who can demonstrate quality leadershipin diverse fields Having analyzed it FRCE has started to open schools in a different slum areaof Sindh province and providing free of the cost education to children of poor andmarginalized communities of the country, FRCE has not only opened schools but also hasappointed teacher in governments schools where was no any government appointed teacher.
  • 7. FRCE Advocacy ProgramFRCE ever believe that Advocacy consists of organized efforts, highlighting critical issuesthat have been ignored or submerged and FRCE working with the FRCE friends to createAwareness, Career counselling, importance of education, health and reproductive health,,Crime & Safety, Human Rights, Labour, Peace, Security and Communal Harmony,Population, Justice and Law, Right to Information, Culture, Social Welfare, and SocialEntrepreneurship.
  • 8. Press Coverage in national newspapers of Pakistan