The Geneva Declaration on Armed Violence and Development represents a high-level diplomatic initiative designed to support states and civil society actors to achieve measurable reductions in the global burden of armed violence in conflict and non-conflict settings by 2015 (and beyond). The Geneva Declaration recognizes that the fight against the global scourge of armed violence and the prospects for sustainable development are closely linked. They stressed on the right of people to live in dignity, free from fear and from want. They not only acknowledged that armed violence and conflict impede realization of the Millennium Development Goals but also resolved to promote sustainable security and a culture of peace by taking action to reduce armed violence and its negative impact on socio-economic and human development. Sustainable Peace and Development Organization (SPADO) is actively supporting the Geneva Declaration and has participated in ministerial review meetings. The organization promotes the objectives of the Geneva Declaration and is main partner in Pakistan to deal with the issue of armed violence and its links to development.