Relief Pakistan (RP) is a registered nonprofit humanitarian organization carrying out relief, early recovery and development activities in different parts of Pakistan.
Registration :Relief Pakistan is registered with Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan since June 27, 2008 under section 32 of the companies ordinance 1984 (XL VII of 1984) and company is limited by Guarantee under section 42. Relief Pakistan’s company registration number is 0066683.
Relief Pakistan (RP) aims for the sustainable development of communities affected by natural disasters through its relief, rehabilitation and development services. The main goal of its efforts is to ensure sustainable development of these communities by catering to their immediate needs at time of emergency and later working along these communities on long term basis for a lasting positive impact that contributes to their transformational development. RI's strives to achieve its goal through providing services in the areas of health, shelter construction, education, community development, agriculture, food security, income-generation, and conflict resolution.
Relief Pakistan’s programs focus on serving people who typically have not received due attention, and in several large-scale crises RI has been the first US - based agency to provide high - impact development emergency programming to communities in need. Relief Pakistan believes that as a humanitarian agency one of its main functions is to communicate the pronounced needs of the vulnerable and affected populations to the international community. Relief Pakistan thus consults closely with the local communities it serves in order to ensure that its programs do not impose solutions from the outside but rather address their needs and requirements for the long term. This grassroots approach proves effective in fostering an environment of self-help and sustainability.
Relief Pakistan carries out its development activities for the marginalized through its country office in Islamabad and regional offices in Mansehra (NWFP), Bagh and Muzafrabad (AJK) and Quetta (Balochistan) with more than 100 development workers.