Sustainable Development Foundation

SDF was formed by a group of social activists in 2004. SDF has grown in 17 years as one of the reputable and quality focused Not-Profit Organization of the country. We have Integrated Development Approach and Formal and Non-Formal Educational expertise. SDF registered under societies Act – 1860. SDF is certified by Pakistan Center of Philanthropy (PCP) and Tax exempted by the Income Tax Department Government of Pakistan. SDF has qualified the Organizational Capacity Assessment Tool (OCAT) for U.S. Department of State Strengthening Civil Society Organization (CSO’s) Program. SDF is possess membership Provincial Executive Committee of National Humanitarian Network of Pakistan (NHN) Sindh Chapter, Civil Society Alliance of Pakistan (SUNCSA, Pak), and Child Rights Movement (CRM), Trust for Voluntary Organization, Grow Green Pakistan Network, WWF-Pakistan Green Partner Membership Program. SDF has evolved over 17 years and is providing integrated services in Education and Literacy, Water, Environment and Sanitation, Livelihood, infrastructure, and Health in Sindh. SDF has taken initiatives and directly managed 48 projects in last 17 years (2004-2020). SDF has benefited in the same period more than 0.74 Million people with Education, Health, Livelihood, Alternate Energy, Infrastructure, Water, Environment and Sanitation. SDF invested grant of PKR. 59 Million for these services.

Country of registration
Pakistan
Network member number
N0708
Acronym
SDF
Address
House #: 946/34, District Council Colony, Sanghar, District Sanghar, Sindh, Pakistan
Relation to CTCN
Network Member
Enablers
Capacity building and training
Communication and awareness
Innovation & RDD
Type of organisation
Non-governmental organisation
Type of climate technology services
Capacity building
Knowledge management
Policy and planning
Technology development/transfer
CTCN Keyword Matches
Community based
Ecosystem-based Adaptation
Sector(s) of expertise
Renewable energy
Energy efficiency
Human health
Infrastructure and Urban planning
Water
Cross-sectoral
Active in
Pakistan