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      Organizations : Pakistan

      This pathfinder includes information about organizations in Pakistan.
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      American Institute of Pakistan Studies (http://jsis.artsci.washington.edu/pr...S/aipshome.htm)
      Nonprofit educational organization that is a member of the Council of American Overseas Research Centers. The goals of AIPS are to support research on issues regarding Pakistan and to promote scholarly exchange between the United States and Pakistan. Includes the bulletin, Pakistan studies news (1998) and a select list of links to Pakistani news and government Web sites.
      Animal Info--Indus River Dolphin (http://animalinfo.org/species/cetacean/platmino.htm)
      Animal Info, based in Severna Park, Maryland, highlights the Indus river dolphin, as part of a resource on rare, threatened, and endangered mammals. The Indus river dolphin is a mammal of the order Platanista minor and is found in Pakistan. Animal Info describes the physical characteristics, location, reasons for decline, habitat, birth seasons, diet, and social organization of the Indus river dolphin. An illustration of the dolphin and a listing of references are available.
      The Asia Foundation: Pakistan (http://www.asiafoundation.org/Locations/pakistan.html)
      The Asia Foundation, based in San Francisco, is a private non-profit, non-governmental organization working to promote the mutual interests of the USA and the countries of Asia and the Asia Pacific region. The website contains perspective papers and project reports on the countries where the Asia Foundation is active.
      Association of Pakistani Scientists and Engineers of North America (APSENA). (http://www.apsena.org/)
      Features the Association of Pakistani Scientists and Engineers of North America (APSENA), a professional, non profit and non political organization of Pakistani scientists and engineers, based in Houston, Texas. Describes current and past projects and conferences.
      Baghdad Pact; February 4, 1955 (http://www.yale.edu/lawweb/avalon/mideast/baghdad.htm)
      The Avalon Project of the Yale University Law School in New Haven, Connecticut, presents the full text of the Baghdad Pact, dated February 4, 1955. The pact became a multilateral regional security organization in which the original members included Iraq, Turkey, the United Kingdom, Pakistan, and Iran.
      Bangladesh Forest Research Institute (http://www.spnetctg.com/bfri.html)
      An institute of the National Agricultural Research System administered by the Bangladesh Ministry of Environment and Forest authorized to conduct forest management and forest products utilization research in Bangladesh. The institute maintains a database of forestry research and products. The Web site provides information on the different research areas, projects, organization and information on the contents of its database and library.
      Brief Report of World Health Organization (WHO) Activities Since 11 September as of 9 October 2001 (http://www.who.int/disasters/repo/7363.doc)
      "Brief Report of World Health Organization (WHO) Activities Since 11 September as of 9 October 2001" is a document prepared by the Department of Emergency and Humanitarian Action (EHA) of the World Health Organization (WHO). In the report, EHA provides an overview of WHO humanitarian activities in Afghanistan since U.S. air strikes against the country have commenced in October 2001. The WHO Afghanistan international staff were evacuated from Afghanistan and were relocated to sub-offices in Pakistan. The WHO is coordinating with United Nations (UN) agencies and other nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to deliver emergency medical supplies and to assess the situation of potential refugees outside Afghanistan. Information about water and sanitation projects and other health care activities of the WHO in Afghanistan and Pakistan is available. The EHA presents the online version of the document.
      Cancer Patients Aid Association (http://www.cpaaindia.org/)
      Charitable NGO established in 1969 that advocates a holistic approach to working with cancer patients in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, and Pakistan. Features organizational information with reports (since 1999), general reference information in the form of FAQs, articles, newspaper clippings (since 1999), and a resource directory (a database of services and organizations).
      Christian Solidarity Worldwide in Hong Kong (http://www.csw.org.hk/)
      Inter-denominational Christian human rights organization based in Hong Kong supporting persecuted Christians, victims of other forms of repression, war and disaster relief, and children in need in the Asia region. Special focus on Burma, Indonesia, Vietnam, Laos, North Korea, India, Pakistan, Nepal, China, and East Timor. Includes details on various campaigns and events, news and press releases, reports on East Timor and Burma (.pdf; summaries and full reports) and "CSW annual report" (.pdf).
      Environmental Protection Society (http://www.eps-swat.org/)
      Nonprofit NGO concerned with the physical, social and cultural environment in district Swat, Malakand Division, Northwest Frontier Province. The Web site discusses programs in natural resource management, human resource, social, and physical development, and poverty alleviation. Includes information about the region and the structure and programs of EPS, reports and a list of other NGOs in the region.
      Exchange of Letters Between General Musharraf and Senator Johnson (http://www.acronym.org.uk/spletts.htm)
      The Acronym Institute, a nonprofit research organization located in London, England, presents a collection of letters exchanged between Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf (1943- ) and U.S. Senator Tim Johnson. The letters were written after Senator Johnson visited Pakistan in January 2000, and concern the South Asia nuclear crisis.
      Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industry (http://www.fpcci.com/)
      Federation that promotes selected sectors of the Pakistan economy. The site provides links to major airlines, banks, hotels, newspapers, sea ports, stock markets. Includes a directory of foreign trade missions in Pakistan.
      Freedom in the World 2000-2001: Pakistan (http://www.freedomhouse.org/research...s/pakistan.htm)
      Freedom House, a non-profit, non-partisan organization, offers a collection of country reports on human rights as part of the Freedom in the World 2000-2001 survey resource. A report notes political rights and civil liberties within Pakistan and includes basic social and economic data.
      Frontier Resource Center (http://www.frc.sdnpk.org/)
      Nonprofit organization that works to strengthen sustainable development efforts in Northwest Frontier Province (Pakistan). Supports civil society organizations through training, research, networking, and information exchange and policy dialogue. Presents brief information about programs in information collection and dissemination, training, research and documentation and establishing functional networks and linkages. Includes information on newsletter, "Sehalkar" and journal "Devmag," library holdings, quarterly reports, other publications and a full-text essay, "Afforestation Project of Jalal: case study" by Muhammad Qasim.
      Government of Pakistan: Statistics Division. (http://www.statpak.gov.pk/)
      The Statistics Division of Pakistan consists of the Federal Bureau of Statistics and the Population Census Organization, headquartered at Islamabad, and the Agricultural Census Organization, headquartered at Lahore. The division is in charge of planning policies and improving statistical services in Pakistan. The division provides the text of the General Statistics Act of 1975, a country profile, and links to each department.
      Harakat ul-Mujahedin (HUM) (http://www.ict.org.il/inter%5Fter/orgdet.cfm?orgid=14)
      The International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT), located in Herzlia, Israel, provides a profile for the terrorist organization, Harakat ul-Mujahedin (HUM), formerly known as the Harakat ul-Ansar, which is based in Pakistan. The Islamic militant group mainly operates in Kashmir, and consists of an international network of Islamic fighters. The ICT discusses the history, ideology and strategy, structure, and terrorist activities of HUM.
      Hizb-ul Mujehideen (http://www.ict.org.il/inter%5Fter/orgdet.cfm?orgid=80)
      The International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT), located in Herzlia, Israel, provides a profile for the terrorist organization, Hizb-ul Mujehideen, which is based in Pakistan. The organization operates in Kashmir and Jammu, and is interested in the integration of Jammu and Kashmir with Pakistan. The ICT discusses the history and terrorist activities of Hizb-ul Mujehideen.
      Indo American Kashmir Forum (IAKF) (http://www.kashmirforum.com/aboutus/aboutus.html)
      The Indo American Kashmir Forum (IAKF) is a volunteer organization that seeks the return of Kashmiri Pandits to the Kashmir valley. Some 300,000 Pandits were forced from their homes during the 1991 Islamic fundamentalist violence against the Pandits. This advocacy group offers press releases, articles, and other documents about the forced migration of the Pandits. Membership information is available.
      Insan Foundation-Pakistan (http://www.alternatives.ca/sai/insan/index.html)
      Pakistani NGO working since 1990 for human rights, particularly the rights of underprivileged children. The site provides information on projects which include a school, training center, information resource center, and theater and concert performances.
      Insaniyat (http://www.insaniyat.sdnpk.org/)
      NGO established in 1994 to assist the rural poor of Gujrānwāla, Pakistan. Activities focus on rural development, human rights, governance issues, assistance to widows and the problems of women, children and other disadvantaged groups. The Web site includes news and a photo gallery.
      Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad (http://www.issi.org.pk/)
      Nonprofit autonomous research and analysis center for promoting public understanding of international peace and security. Features a large number of articles (with bibliographies), commentaries, and book reviews by Institute researchers. Includes tables of contents from past issues of the journal "Strategic Studies" (since 1991), staff and contributors' credentials, and information on lectures, meetings, and programs.
      International Labour Organization (ILO), Islamabad, Pakistan (http://www.un.org.pk/ilo/index.htm)
      The International Labour Organization (ILO), an international agency that works for social justice and freedom from discrimination worldwide, highlights its activities in Pakistan. The ILO has been assisting Pakistan through technical cooperation programs in such areas as labor standards, labor administration, industrial relations, human resource development, and occupational safety and health. The headquarters of the ILO in Pakistan are located in Islamabad.
      International Medical Corps (IMC): Pakistan (http://www.imc-la.com/programs/pakistan.html)
      The International Medical Corps (IMC), a humanitarian nonprofit organization, presents information about its programs in Pakistan. The focus of the IMC programs in Pakistan is on the Afghan refugees, who began fleeing Afghanistan in 1979. The IMC attempts to offer basic health care services to the refugees.
      International Organization of Pakistani Women Engineers (IOPWE). (http://www.iopwe.org/)
      Presents the International Organization of Pakistani Women Engineers (IOPWE). The organization provides a forum for discussion of issues relating to women of Pakistani origin who have chosen engineering as their profession. Includes news items and information on the IOPWE newsletter. Links to related sites.
      Islah Party of Pakistan (http://www.islahparty.org/index.htm)
      Political party of Pakistan formed in 1998 with the aim to "convert Pakistan into an advanced industrial, progressive, prosperous and peaceful country." Features basic information about the party and a detailed biography of the founder of Pakistan, Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
      Jamaat ul-Fuqra (http://www.ict.org.il/inter%5Fter/orgdet.cfm?orgid=16)
      The International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT), located in Herzlia, Israel, provides a profile for the terrorist organization, Jamaat ul-Fuqra, which is based in Pakistan. The Islamic sect commits acts of violence against those that they view as enemies of Islam. The ICT discusses the history and terrorist activities of Jamaat ul-Fuqra.
      Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (http://www.geocities.com/jklf-kashmir/)
      Organization formed in Birmingham, UK in 1977 with the aim of establishing Jammu and Kashmir as an independent nation. The site explains the group's ideology, organizational structure, and three points of struggle. Also includes group's press releases (archived since 1997) and full text of various publications and reports.
      Kashmir Record and Research Council (KRRC) (http://www.krrc.org/)
      The Kashmir Record and Research Council (KRRC) is an independent, nongovernmental organization that conducts research on the Kashmir conflict, including political, economic, legal, social and cultural aspects. The organization offers a profile of Jammu and Kashmir, articles, and current news about the conflict.
      Khidmat Foundation (http://www.khidmat.sdnpk.org/)
      The Khidmat Foundation supports participatory self-reliance for rural development in Pakistan. The Web site provides information on programs in plant nutrition, poverty alleviation and nutrition enhancement, rural development, alternative energy and low cost construction.
      Lashkar-e-Toiba (http://www.ict.org.il/inter%5Fter/orgdet.cfm?orgid=81)
      The International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT), located in Herzlia, Israel, provides a profile for the terrorist organization, Lashkar-e-Toiba, which is based in Pakistan. The Islamic fundamentalist group is a part of the Markaz Dawa-Wal-Irshad organization, and is active in the pursuit for Pakistan to claim Jammu and Kashmir. The ICT discusses the history, terrorist activities of Lashkar-e-Toiba.
      Military Articles (http://www.subcontinent.com/sapra/mi.../military.html)
      Security and Political Risk Analysis (SAPRA) India, an independent organization based in New Delhi, India, presents a collection of articles focusing on military development in the Indian region, as well as the conflict between India and Pakistan regarding the Kashmir region.
      Missile proliferation (http://fas.org/irp/threat/missile/)
      Missile Proliferation in countries such as: Afghanistan Algeria Argentina Brazil Chile China Congo Cuba Egypt France India Indonesia Iran Iraq Israel Japan Libya North Korea Pakistan Russia Saudi Arabia South Africa South Korea Syria Taiwan United Kingdom United States Yemen
      Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) official Web site (http://www.mqm.com/)
      Political party headquartered in Karachi, Pakistan. The international secretariat of MQM is located in Middlesex, England. The Web site outlines the group's political manifesto, provides links to news in English and Urdu from many sources, audio files of political songs (.ra), and many external links to cultural and historical information about Pakistan. Includes a profile of founder and leader Altaf Hussain, and reports of atrocities committed by Pakistani government agencies upon MQM leaders, workers, and supporters.
      National Fund for Cultural Heritage (http://www.heritage.gov.pk/)
      Organization established in 1994 to promote the conservation and preservation of the archaeological, architectural, historical and cultural heritage of Pakistan. The site lists projects undertaken by the Fund and gives an overview of places of concern from various time periods. Includes discussions of the major historical eras of Pakistan, photo galleries, and lists of museums and libraries in Pakistan.
      Northern Areas Development Project Chilas (http://www.nadpchilas.org.pk)
      The Northern Area Development Project (NADP), funded by the International Fund for Agriculture Development, UNDP, Pakistan and the Government of Pakistan, is a rural development and poverty alleviation intervention program in the Northeast Pakistan. The project focuses upon three tribal groups: Shin, Yashkun and Kamin. The Web site details project activities and includes photographs.
      PAKISTAN (mailto:listserv@psuvm.psu.edu)
      PAKISTAN is a mailing list for information from the Pakistan News Service. Membership in the group is available to anyone. No archives are kept for this list. The organization responsible for running this group is Pennsylvania State University, USA. Their server name is PSUVM. PSU. EDU. To join the group, send the message "sub PAKISTAN your name" to listserv@psuvm.psu.edu. You can reach a human list administrator for the group by emailing to pakistan-request@psuvm.psu.edu. To send mail to the entire group, send it to pakistan@psuvm.psu.edu.
      Pakistan Cultural and non-Governmental associations(WWWVL) (http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/gthursby/pak/culassoc.htm)
      List of Pakistan organizations.
      Pakistan Energy and Environment Management Centre (http://www.peemac.sdnpk.org/)
      PEEMAC is concerned with efficient energy management and represents the Cooperative Management Center and Greentie, two US-based inter-governmental organizations involved in environmental management. Provides information about the organization.
      Pakistan Institute for Air Defence Studies (http://www.piads.com.pk/users/piads/index.html)
      Nonprofit independent research institute that specializes in research in air defense and the "Pakistan Air Force, Pakistan Army Air Defence, Pakistan Naval Aviation, missiles and nuclear weapons systems, their tactics and strategy, and their role in Pakistan's defence [sic], security and its geo-political and strategic environment." The Web site contains newsletters "Pakistan defence news bulletin" (1994-1999) and "PAF news" (1999), statistics, texts of speeches and glossary of air defense acronyms. Includes various articles and statistics on military aviation, missile systems, nuclear weapons systems, tactical and strategic planning regarding relations with India.
      Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research (http://www.mnet.fr/aiindex/i%5Faii/piler.html)
      Nonprofit established in May 1982 by members of the trade union movement, academics, and professionals in Karachi working toward realizing the full potential of working people. Functions as an educational, cultural and literary institution by coordinating research groups, publishing research materials, organizing training courses, and undertaking cultural activities.
      Pakistan Peoples Party (http://www.pakcyber.com/ppp/)
      The Pakistan Peoples Party, based in Islamabad, is a Pakistani political party. The party provides biographical sketches of its leaders, as well as transcripts of speeches delivered by them. News articles relating to party activities, an overview of the history of the party, and descriptions of previous achievements of the party are available. The Pakistan Peoples Party outlines its political manifesto.
      Pamir peoples (http://ets.umdl.umich.edu/cgi/e/ehra...w=owc&owc=RO03)
      The Pamir peoples live in one of the highest mountain ranges in the world, the western Pamir Mountains in the Mountain-Badakhshan District of Tajikistan. The Pamirians are an ethnic subgroup of the Tajiks and include various named groups, some of whom live in Afghanistan and Pakistan. The dialects of these groups are mostly mutually unintelligible. Western Iranian Farsi of India and the Dari language of Afghanistan are lingua francas. Grain and legume agriculture and animal husbandry are the primary economic activities. The Pamirians belong to the Isma'ili sect of Islam. This file contains one document that was originally published in the Encyclopedia of World Cultures, 1994. It is a cultural summary of the Pamir peoples that includes information on their history, settlement patterns, economy, kinship, marriage, family, sociopolitical organization, and religion.
      Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (http://www.rawa.org/)
      Political and social organization working for peace, freedom, democracy and women's rights, operating in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Their work involves documenting human rights abuses in Afghanistan distributing humanitarian aid to victims, education for women and refugee children, and health care. This large site includes extensive information about their work, press releases, press clippings, a photo gallery, video clips (in MPG, RealAudio, MOV, and AVI formats), audio clips of patriotic songs (in MP3 format), contents of their publications, RAWA documents, and general information on Afghanistan and women. Many of the pages are avaliable in Italian, Spanish, French, or Persian.
      Rugmark Foundation U.S.A (http://www.rugmark.org/)
      Highlights Rugmark Foundation USA, an organization based in Washington, D.C., that is working to eradicate child labor and that supports education programs for former child workers in the carpet industry. Discusses how to become a Rugmark-certified importer and offers background details on child labor. Explains that India, Nepal, and Pakistan are carpet-producing countries that participate in the RUGMARK program.
      Sahil (http://www.sahil.org/)
      Sahil is a nonprofit organization that seeks to prevent child sexual abuse and exploitation in Pakistan. Sahil provides training for those who work with abused children, crisis intervention for victims and their families, and legal assistance. Features a large number of study results and reports with statistics, and quarterly newsletter (archived since December 1996).
      Shuhada Organization (http://www.shuhada.org/)
      The Shuhada Organization is a nongovernmental, nonprofit organization that is dedicated to the reconstruction and development of Afghanistan. The organization is based in Quetta City, Pakistan. The Shuhada Organization offers access to annual reports, related news, and links to additional resources.
      Sindh Research (http://www.angelfire.com/az/Sindh/index.html)
      SRC is an organization of researchers, activists, lawyers, writers, etc. The site presents their reports, articles, and essays documenting social, political, and economic conditions of Sindhis in Pakistan. Works are grouped into topics such as human rights, environment, legal aid, development, media, gender, and culture. Includes maps and brief demographic and geographic statistics.
      Stop Tuberculosis: Country Profiles: Pakistan (http://www.stoptb.org/Countries/Pakistan.htm)
      Stop Tuberculosis is an organization that aims to stop the spread of tuberculosis (TB) worldwide. The organization provides information about programs that the government of Pakistan has implemented to control the disease. Progress in the control and treatment of TB in Pakistan has been very slow, due to past neglect and the low priority afforded to TB control. The Pakistani government has teamed up with international organizations for more effective TB control in the country. TB-related statistics for the country are provided.
      The Swaraj Foundation (http://www.swaraj.org/)
      The Swaraj Foundation supports projects in India that promote human development and growth in South Asia. The Web site provides links to supported projects in India and Pakistan and a series of articles on swaraj, Mahatma Gandhi and related topics. Swaraj is "principally a fervent moral plea by Gandhi to all Indians to reflect deeply both on their morality and that of the economic, political and social institutions that they wish to set up."
      Thardeep Rural Development Programme (http://www.thardeep.org/)
      Thardeep Rural Development Programme brings together the efforts of various organizations concerned with conditions in the Thar Desert. In 1987 UNICEF responded to a prolonged drought and established a humanitarian aid program which lead to other agencies undertaking work in the Thar Desert. The Web site highlights these activities and provides mission statements, organizational structures of ten major programs and partners and lists of publications and reports.
      United Nations (UN) in Pakistan (http://www.un.org.pk/)
      The United Nations (UN) provides information about its activities in Pakistan since the beginning of the 2001 U.S. and British air strikes against terrorist targets in Afghanistan. The UN highlights the activities of its agencies, which include the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the International Labour Organization (ILO), the UN Office for Drug Control and Prevention ((ODCCP), and others. News briefs about the latest developments are available.
      United Nations in Pakistan: Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) (http://www.un.org.pk/fao/)
      The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations (UN) highlights its activities in Pakistan. The headquarters of the UN in Pakistan are located in Islamabad. Information about the development programs of the FAO in the area of sustainable agriculture is available. The FAO also highlights its programs in Pakistan that focus on food security, quality control of livestock products, and marine fisheries.
      Weapons of mass destruction (http://fpc.state.gov/documents/organization/21902.pdf)
      "May 7, 2003."
      The World Bank in Pakistan (http://lnweb18.worldbank.org/sar/sa....?OpenNavigator)
      Presents an overview of the development work of the World Bank in Pakistan, including detailed information and statistics on current and proposed projects. Also contains the text of the Pakistan Development Forums.
      World Health Organization (WHO), Pakistan (http://www.un.org.pk/who/)
      The World Health Organization (WHO) provides technical assistance to individual member states, in order to improve health care for their citizens. The division of the WHO in Pakistan is headquartered in Islamabad. The programs of the WHO in Pakistan focus on polio eradication, poverty reduction, control of communicable diseases, and integration of primary health care.
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      Edhi Foundation
      Edhi foundation is the most trusted name in Pakistan when it comes to relief work within distressed areas in Pakistan and the rest of the world.
      Edhi foundation is a NON Profit organization that has been in the business of providing social services like medical care, emergency services, air ambulances, burial services, mental habitats, old homes, child welfare services, abused women safe houses and training facilities for the disadvantaged..

      Edhi's founder is Abdul Sattar Edhi who established the first clinic in 1951.

      USA Edhi international Foundation.
      42-07 National street
      Corona, New York, 11368 USA
      Tel: (718) 639-5120
      Fax(718) 335-1978
      Toll Free# 1-888-899-EDHI (3344)
      other information is on http://www.edhifoundation.com/default.asp
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