What Do We Do

NRSP work with rural men and women to release their potential abilities and skills so as to build their knowledge and enable them…

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The Programme provides services to men and women in rural areas, satisfying the credit and insurance needs of farmers through crop and ...

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NRSP Engineers and local community members work together to identify, plan, execute and monitor physical infrastructure schemes ...

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NRSP's Social Sector Services encompasses Education, Health and Nutrition and the 'social development' aspects of Water ...

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Human Resource Development, broadly defined as increasing people’s knowledge, awareness and skills, plays a significant role in ...

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Energy and Natural Resource Management (ENRM) are central concerns in poverty reduction, since millions of people ...

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NRSP IT section was established to develop the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software to support NRSP’s sectors ...

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NRSP aims to reach and serve the poorest and most vulnerable community members and to bring them into the mainstream of ...

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NRSP is engaged in increasing women’s ‘voice’ and representation in their communities, villages and Union Councils and increasing ...

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The MER section is a central hub for collecting, managing and updating the data for all programme sectors and projects ...

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Established in 1991, NRSP is the largest Rural Support Programme in the country in terms of outreach, staff and development activities. It is a not for profit organization registered under Section 42 of Companies Act 2017 (repealed Companies Ordinance 1984).

NRSP's mandate is to alleviate poverty by harnessing people's potential and undertake development activities in Pakistan. It has a presence in 72 Districts in all the four Provinces including Azad Jammu and Kashmir through Regional Offices and Field Offices. NRSP is currently working with more than 3.8 million poor households organized into a network of 249,019 Community Organizations. With sustained incremental growth, it is emerging as Pakistan's leading engine for poverty reduction and rural development.


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