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SADRI Foundation

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Location/Address : P.O.Box 32, Islamabad -44000
Phone number : +92 51 25 17 986
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Brief Description : INTRODUCTION:- It is registered organization under society registration act 1860 in district Layyah-Punjab. It has its national office in Islamabad and also working in district Bhawalpure, Khanpure district Rahim Yar Khna with the same title. It is non-political and non-religious participatory organization having very good grass root level linkages with communities and involves in community development activities at all three districts in Punjab. VISION:- It believes in scientific awareness, development research and inventions. MISSION:- To improve the lively hood of deserving humanity. GOAL:- To facilitate in up lifting the deserving humanity. OBJECTIVES:- 1. To promote education in general and women education in particular in order to provide them equal opportunities to serve deserving humanity. 2. To provide basic health facilities to population residing in rural areas, especially to mothers and newborns. 3. To promote education and values of human rights. 4. To reduce poverty through promoting the concept of self reliance through skills by providing and promoting vocational and technical education in rural areas as well as thickly populated urban areas. 5. To develop sense of awareness for clean environment, clean drinking water, and health awareness among masses. 6. SADRI Foundation intends to eradicate the diseases and illiteracy from the country. ACTIVITIES:- 1. To save out-of- pocket healthcare expenses of poor masses, the founders of SADRI Foundation from its very beginning initiated a medical institute so that the needy may avail healthcare facilities and physicians while health education may be promoted & through alternative medicine, more and more health professionals could be produced who could serve their respective communities in low cost. 2. Organized a Seminar in Chowk Azam, Layyah delivering awareness regarding the effective utilization and the significance of Local Govt. System & function of C.C.B. so that the population in such areas may understand and demand their rights and essentialities for the development and betterment of their areas. 3. Imparted extensive trainings to train the members of Musalahati Anjuman in three union councils (layyah) in collaboration with Strengthening Participatory Organization (S.P.O), Multan. 4. Organized various walks for the development and awareness of basic human rights alongwith seminars in Chowk Azam and Layyah City in collaboration with S.P.O Punjab (Multan). 5. SADRI Foundation has been providing the training sessions to the health committees of Union Council No. 32 and Thal Kalan Union Councils at District Layyah. 6. SADRI Foundation untiringly worked for the rehabilitation of Earth quack victims in 2005 in Azad Kashmir and N.W.F.P. 7. provision of Medical Facilities by establishing free health camps for the people who are living in far away areas and do not have access to healthcare services and medicines. 8. SADRI Foundation has established I.T centre (Imperial Institute of Information Technology) at Chowk Azam District Layyah. SADRI Foundation was providing free computer training to helpless and orphan students. Some students were paying minimum institution fee. 9. Initiated (SADRI Institute of Information Technology) in Shah Pur, Islamabad that initially functioned for three months. But this project had to be closed due to the non-availability of funds and lack of resources. 10. SADRI Foundation is providing treatment by Alternative System of Medicine through a free medical dispensary in Shahpur, Islamabad. 11. Organized one day free health services at Bhara Kahu (Islamabad) on 16th August 2009. 12. Organized Three day Free Health Camp at F-10 Markaz, Islamabad on 7-8-9 August 2010.

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