FATA NGOs REGISTRATION LAWS

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FATA NGOs REGISTRATION LAWS

  1. 1. NUDRAT MUFTI NGOs TEMPORARY REGISTRATION PRACTICED BY FATA SECRETARIAT
  2. 2. DEFINATION OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS CSOs can be defined to include all non-market and non-state organisations in which people organise themselves to pursue shared interests in the public domain.
  3. 3.        Membership based CSOs Cause based CSOs Service oriented CSOs Ministry of Social Welfare District Governments Provincial Social Welfare Departments Department of Industries            Community Village associations Health ,Education /Environmental group Women’s right groups Farmer associations Faith based associations Labour union Cooperatives professionals Chamber of commerce Non-profit media Independent research institutions Poverty alleviation organizations Range /Kinds /Projects
  4. 4. The legal framework in Pakistan The legal framework in Pakistan recognizes four primary forms of not-for-profit organization . The Societies Registration Act, 1860 The Companies Ordinance, 1984 Trusts Act, 1882 The Voluntary Social Welfare Agencies Registration and Control Ordinance, 1961
  5. 5. REGISTERED NON REGISTERED REGISTERED –SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT ,KPK TEMPORARY REGISTRATION In FATA Context Registered with SAFRON (Ministry of States and Frontier Regions ) NOC
  6. 6.        Administration Infrastructure and Coordination Finance Law & Order Planning & Development Directorate of Projects Social Sector Department Production Department FATA Secretariat Departments Details
  7. 7. Overall supervision of Social Welfare activities of the Projects and Centers.  Registration of NGOs/CSOs.  Co-ordination with line departments / NGOs / International Agencies.  To ensure the provision of 2% employment quota for Person With Disability (PWD) in FATA.  Preparation of Developmental Schemes (PC-1) in social sector in FATA.  Maintenance of progress / financial reports of the Projects / Centers in FATA.  To update / maintain service records of the Officers / service delivery staff.  Management Information System (MIS) of services / line departments / NGOs Central Supervisory, Coordination &  Monitoring Unit
  8. 8. Instructions:  Form A to be filled in by unregistered organizations and form B to be filled in by already registered organizations elsewhere (attested copy of registration to be attached)  Copies of CNIC of office bearers duly attested.  List of names, CNIC,occupation and addresses of office bearers (executive committee) signed by the head of the organization and witnessed by two locals.  Four copies of constitution of organization signed by the head of organization  Two copies of plan of action signed by the head of the organization  Minutes of meetings (latest) with names and CNIC of general body signed by the head of the organization  Progress report  Banks Accounts  1- REGISTERED ORGANIZATIONS  2-UNREGISTERED ORGANIZATIONS Applications for NGO/CSO Registration
  9. 9. Strengthen The Capacity Of Government, Private Institutions And Non-governmental Organizations (Ngos) To Plan And Implement Economic Development Programs In FATA  Focusing Of Donor Funded Projects  Increased Donor Commitments That Stretch To 2015 And Beyond.  Publishes Researched Articles And Papers Besides Soliciting Expert Opinions On The Macro Level Policy Formulation  Directorate of Projects (DoP) FATA
  10. 10.       DEVELOP NOC FOR ORGANIZATIONS WORKING IN FATA REQUEST ENTERTAIN REGISTRATION FROM SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT FATA/KPK PROGRESS REPORT EACH MONTH CLUSTER VETTING http://www.fdma.gov.pk/ Fata Disaster Management Authority
  11. 11.          The major functions of the P&DD is to facilitate formulation of development policies and shapes it in the form of short, medium, long term and roll on plan. The department conducts periodic reviews in order to monitor the implementation progress of the projects. Holding a pivotal place in development, P&DD negotiates foreign assistance with donors. All matters relating to the formulation and approval of development projects, specifically policy formulation and coordination of activities relating to ADP and its review, processing of all development schemes Assessment of requirements, programming and negotiations for external economic and technical assistance from donor agencies, through the concerned Federal Government Ministry/Division. Review of implementation of development projects and programs to identify bottlenecks and take remedial action. Identification of regions sectors and sub-sectors lacking adequate portfolio of projects and taking steps for the preparation of sound projects in those areas.. Collection and maintenance of statistical data necessary for the formulation of economic development policy for FATA. Allocation of development funds amongst Agencies/FRs on the basis of approved policy. Public demands regarding development project received from various sources Planning & Development Department
  12. 12.      civicUs. Pakistan NGo forum. code of conduct for NGos and cbos. Available: www.civicus.org/new/media/PN Available: www.civicus.org/new/media/PNf%2 f%20code%20of%20conduct%20Pakistan.doc"NGO Laws in Sub-Saharan Africa" June 2011 (Read Online) (Download PDF) Volume 3, Issue 2 - "Special Issue: An Interview with Maina Kiai, the New United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights to Freedom of Peaceful Assembly and of Association" June 2011 (Read Online) (Download PDF) Volume 3, Issue 1 - "Arab Spring: An Opportunity for Greater Freedom of Association and Assembly in Tunisia and Egypt?" June 2011 (Read Online) (Download PDF) Volume 2, Issue 4 - "Freedom of Assembly" April 2011 (Read Online) (Download PDF) Volume 2, Issue 3 - "Enabling Reform: Lessons Learned From Progressive NGO Legal Initiatives" December Global Trends in NGO Law. Complementing the International Journal of Not-for-Profit Law reference

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