Sustainable Peace & Development Organization (SPADO) is a non-profit, non-political, and non-government organization registered in 2002 with the Government of Pakistan under the societies registration act of 1860. The organization is struggling to provide a peaceful environment to all human beings where they can utilize their potentials for Sustainable Development. It involves general public, organizations and individuals and operates under Pakistani law without discrimination on the basis of religion, race, color, nationality and ethnicity.

  Social Action Projects Awards

Peace-building in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Districts of Swabi and Charsadda.
Sustainable peace and Development Organization (SPADO) with the support of Small Grant and Ambassador Fund (SGAFP) launched the project on “Improved governance for peace-building in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Districts of Swabi and Charsadda. The project will help support the community to be educated and aware about the newly passed acts by the KPK provincial assembly related to access to information and public services. .......(more)

Afghanistan-Pakistan Civil Society Conference.
Afghanistan and Pakistan have inherited common historical, cultural and religious traditions. The two states, however, have generally been characterized by deep mistrust, particularly at state level, prevented the two countries from reaching out to each other to capitalize on each other’s strengths. Keeping in view the importance of Afg-Pak region for the regional and global peace, Counterpart Afghanistan in partnership with SPADO ........(more)

Youth Engagement and Capacity Building for a Peaceful Bahawalpur.
Sustainable Peace and Development Organization (SPADO) envisions engaging and mobilizing the potential youth of Bahawalpur through an integrated approach of capacity building and networking in peace building and thus utilizing their potentials in positive and productive way........(more)

Pakistan Civil Society Activists Visit to Kabul ( Nov 2- Nov 7 2013)
Pakistan civil society representatives visited Afghanistan as the continuation of the previous visit hosted in Islamabad.......(more)

Pak Afghan Youth Exchange Program 2013
Counterpart International from Afghanistan joined hands with Sustainable Peace and Development Organization in Pakistan to form a combined platform for the civil society from both countries to work together for building mutual trust, clearing misperceptions and building peace between the two nations. This initiative took a realistic form, as an initial step towards their main goal, with the launch of Pak- Afghan Youth Exchange Program 2013 held from 28th April to 4th May 2013 in Islamabad......(more)

Training of Trainers Workshop on Conflict Management.
The last USIP facilitated Training of Trainers workshop on conflict management was held in Islamabad from 20th April up to 22nd April 2013..... (more)

Livelihood Support and Promotion of Small Community Infrastructure Project.
SPADO with the financial support of Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF) and KFW initiated this project with the purpose to improve the life standards of people and reduce their poverty and vulnerability...... (more)

Developing a Network of Conflict Resolution Mediators
SPADO is currently managing a network of civil society activists comprising representatives of NGOs, religious scholars, political activists, academia and media representatives The capacity building of the network comprising forty members was undertaken on lines of conflict analysis, mediation, dialogues, negotiation and.....(more)

Pak-Afghan Dialogue Initiative
In February 2010 SPADO initiated Pakistan Afghanistan cross-border dialogue involving representatives of civil society, media, NGO, academia and religious scholars and government officials from across the border over issues and prospective solutions of the Pukhtun communities across the Pakistan Afghan border region. The purpose of the dialogues was to devise community level action plans and prepare policy recommendations for improving....(more)

Protection of Children Affected by Armed Conflict in FATA and KPK
The people of Khyber Pukhtun Khwa (KPK) and FATA witnessed numerous violent acts in surge of terrorism especially on the Pak-afghan border. SPADO responded to the crisis and is striving to provide a protective and conducive environment to the affected children and communities in FATA especially in Mohmand Agency.....(more)

Mine Risk Education
SPADO is imparting mine risk education in FATA where the organization is contributing towards reducing the risk due to landmines, IEDs and other remnants of war by providing the current KPK IDP population and FATA residents at risk with the necessary information to manage the menace. To date more than 400,000 people have

Relief Rehabilitation and Disaster Management
SPADO in partnership with UNICEF, Association for Aid and Relief (AAR) and Japan Volunteer International Center initiated a multi response project just after the unfortunate earthquake of 2005

Research Projects
SPADO is the focal point for the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) where we are conducting an annual research on landmines covering policy, mine action, stockpiles, use, casualties and victims assistance. The report is published and released annually during the meetings of State parties to the Landmine Ban Convention. SPADO is also maintaining a research database of landmines and UXOs casualties mostly occurring in the FATA region

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