NRDF - National Research & Development Foundation, Peshawar

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Completed Projects of NRDF

Role of Religious Scholars in the Elimination of Bonded Labour

Election and Islam and the Importance of Women’s Voting

Universal Birth Registration and the Involvement of Ulama

Community Mobilization and Involving Imams in Anti Trafficking (COMPIAT) Project in Bangladesh

Strengthening Moderation and Pluralism in Pakistanrole

Promoting Peace and Tolerance in Pakistani Mabirdaris

Producing two Booklets on “Women and Human Rights in Islam

Review of Child Labor Related Legislation and Enforcement Mechanisms in Pakistan

Institutional Support to Strengthen the Ulama and Development Concept

Capacity Building of Ulama

Capacity Building of Local Communities and Religious Institutions in Khyber Pakhtun Khwa

Capacity Building of Religious leaders and Religious Institutions

Involving Ulama in Environmental Rehabilitation

Ulama Involvement in the Development Process in Pakistan

Health Sector Projects

Health of Mothers and Newborns-The involvement of Ulama

Health Services for the Project for the Internally Displaced People (IDPs) of Bajour and Swat

TB Orientation Program to support Stops Initiative

Integrating HIV/AIDS Awareness into Ongoing Madrassa Programs

Advocacy for Reproductive Health and Population Issues

Development of a Manual on HIV Aids

Study and Design for Integration of Communicable Diseases Control Program (CDC) at Field and Supervisory Level in NWFP

Three-day workshop on Islam and Family Planning

Training Need Assessment Survey of Health Staff in Khyber PakhtunKhwa

Study on “Views of Rural Religious Leaders on Population programs in NWFP

Free Medical Camps for Needy Communities

Education Sector Projects

NFE Schools for out of School Children’s

Skills Enhancement Project for Girls

Sponsoring Children Education in Balakot

Distribution of Educational Kits in Afghanistan

Gender Gap in Primary Education project-Kohat

Computer-training courses for female Afghan students

Computer Literacy Scholarship Scheme

English Language Course for Ulama

Relief & Rehabilitations

Relief services to the flood affected people of Khyber Pakhtun Khwa.

Health, Relief and Rehabilitation Project for the Internally Displaced People (IDPs) of Bajour and Swat AND Buner

Relief and Rehabilitation Project for the Earthquake Affected Communities

Provision of Relief Goods Afghan Refugees in Jalozai and Shamshatoo Camps

Peace, Tolerance, Women, Children and Human Rights

 

Involving Ulama in Environmental Rehabilitation

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Location:

District Peshawar.

Objectives:

  •  Educate and sensitize Ulama on a variety of new concepts and approaches to environmental rehabilitation.
  •  Identify supportive Ulama and establish and strengthen their linkages with other development projects and programmes.
  •  Get feedback on the project for its replication in other areas
  •  Elicit their support for ensuring a better environment while utilizing their strengths as effective local communicators for environmental messages to the common people.

Activities:

  •  2 roundtable meetings.
  •  2 seminars/workshops
  •  Surveys of Madaris in District Peshawar.
  •  Articles in Magazines
  •  Compilation of an Evaluation Report on the Project.

Outputs:

  •  Two roundtable meetings conducted and 35 Ulama participated in these meetings.
  •  Three workshops conducted and 98 Ulama participated in the workshops.
  •  Two interactive meetings held and 51 participants attend the meetings.
  •  Conduct a survey of Madaris in District Peshawar.
  •  Prepare and published a book titled “Ulama and Environment”.

Project Period:

6 Months start from February 15, 1998

Collaboration:

International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), Pakistan

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Aima Involvement in the Development Process in Pakistan

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Location:

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Districts (Peshawar, Mardan, Malakand, Abbotabad, Mansehra and Bannu)

Objectives:

  •  Expose Ulama to a variety of new concepts and approaches to community development work.
  •  Enhance and improve their knowledge and understanding of various aspects of the development process in NWFP.
  •  Provide them with a forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences in relation to their role and responsibilities in the development process.
  •  Identify supportive Ulama and establish and strengthen their links with other development projects and programmes.
  •  To determine a set of recommendations to reorient religious leaders/Maulvies and elicit their support for addressing the issues related to rural development, population menace, environmental degradation, and Women in Development with a particular focus on their human, legal, civic, economic, and social rights.

Activities:

  •  Conducted workshops/Seminars for Ulama of the Project Area

Outputs:

  •  Six workshops conducted for the Ulama and more than 200 Ulama participated in these workshops
  •  Comprehensive recommendation for the involvement of Ulama developed and published in the form of a booklet titled “Ulama and Development”

Project Period:

1, 1997 to December, 1997

Collaboration:

Heinrich-Boll-Foundation

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