In the 50 years since independence, Pakistan has achieved a fair measure of economic growth, but has so far been unable to secure sustained progress in human development. An industrial base and business activity have developed primarily in urban centers, while traditional economic and social structures persist in many rural areas. Nearly one third of the country's 140 million people live in poverty. The girl child faces greater risks to survival, is more subject to violence and abuse, and has less access to education, proper nutrition and health services. The low status of children and women is a manifestation of low literacy levels, wide gaps between legislation and enforcement, and limited participation in civil society. Concerns over the fragility of Pakistan's geo-political position and continuing instability in neighbouring countries and the tensions over relations with India due to the unresolved Kashmir issue have all contributed to a high security condition for the majority of the country. In such circumstances, it is only but natural to think of positive change for the children and their education, especially their primary education. Although, a daunting task it may seem, yet, every now and then we hear of some activity in this regard from one corner of the country or the other. Nevertheless, any effort, however sincere, without a proper strategy, a good work plan and adequate funds, is likely to go astray or, as i may put it, end in smoke. I am thankful to the all the national and international agencies who are taking the initiative for children education, the universal primary education project, health, environment & community physical infrastructures at a time. Our children are the builders of our future, and by equipping them with basic knowledge and education; we are only guaranteeing them a future where happiness, joy and peace reign supreme.
The Balochistan Rural Development & Research Society (BRDRS) established by a group of young development professionals, as the members, representing the conscious class of society, they decided to take an initiative of providing social services to the deprived masses of the area. BRDRS is registered under the social welfare Registration and control Ordinance 1961. It is registered on 24th July 2002 and having registration # DSW 1188 BRDRS is having its head Office at Quetta Balochistan Pakistan. The organization is having an independent Board of directors who serve and look after all the matters of the organization. The organization conducts it election and audit yearly on regular basis.
To provide facilitation and support in the empowerment of socially and economically deprived and disadvantaged communities of the area
To promote and develop a culture in the Area where the people can live a free, educated and civilized life.
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