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What is Malaria?

Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease that causes over 2.7 million deaths per year according to estimates by the World Health Organization. Scientists in the Life Sciences Division and the Center for X-Ray Optics (CXRO) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory are working with the newly developed x-ray microscope at the Advanced Light Source to study this disease.

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The NGO Resource Centre operates within the framework of the Civil Society Programme of the Aga Khan Foundation (Pakistan). Based in Karachi, in the province of Sindh, Pakistan, the Centre has been in existence since 1990.

Its current mission is to enhance organizational effectiveness and improve systems that promote gender sensitive participatory approaches to sustainable social and economic development. It has a four-pronged strategic thrust to fulfill this mission:

a) training to enhance the skills of managers and leaders’ forums to promote awareness on development issues;
b) management consulting services for individual civil society organizations to facilitate their development interventions;
c) information and research to create greater understanding of the role of civil society organizations, promote quality standards and an enabling policy environment for the civil society sector; and
d) communication by disseminating information through target-oriented products to a wide-range of development stakeholders and civil society including community-based organizations, the corporate world, media, academics, public sector officials and concerned citizens.

NGORC has been supported by the following organizations and agencies; the European Commission, through the Rural Social Development Programme; the Canadian International Development Agency and the Aga Khan Foundation, Canada through the Pakistan-Canada Social Institutions Development Programme; and the Aga Khan Foundation (USA) and USAID, through the Institutional Management and Certification Programme..


List of NGOS working with flood affectees.


Development Instituions’ network Sindh was founded in 2000 in shikarpur.




Human Rights & Women Rights

Gender & Development

Poverty Allevation




Mission statement:

To form a group for bringing a special change which struggles for strengthening it¡¦s partner organizations in three districts of Sindh province which helps in establishing such a society where every one has access to basic facilities without any discrimination of race, color, sex, religion and political affiliation. Where justice, independence, equality and human values are given importance. Where environment, natural resources and human values will be respected.




As a provincial counter part of National Commission for Child Welfare & Development (NCCWD), Provincial Commission for Child Welfare and Development (PCCWD) is functioning as a unit of Social Welfare Department, Government of Sindh.

It is working in collaboration with government departments, Unicef and NGOs working for child welfare & protection.


  • Working with line departments and NGO’s in promoting child welfare activities & to establish coordination for effective functioning.
  • To over see all types of child abuse cases and suggest remedial measures.
  • Organize workshops, seminars & trainings for the promotion, propagation and awareness of the child rights.
  • To strengthen the associations working for the welfare and development of children in the province of sindh.

In a room full of lady health workers (LHW) and government school teachers, a training session is underway at the Karachi Police Hospital. The purpose – to train them in administering polio drops, recording results and working with parents who may refuse to get their children vaccinated or children who are not present. Success of the three-day nationwide polio drive, which was launched on Monday, relies on these women and other polio vaccinators like them. The awareness campaign has been launched, teams have been selected, and now much is pinned on how they carry out their work to ensure that the implementation is sound.


Dr. Sahib Jan Baddar       Provincial Programme Director, Maternal & Child  Health Project (MNCH) Karachi

Dr.Nasir Jalbani Programme Manager, Enhanced HIV/AIDS Control       Programme in Sindh       021-9203413, 9203413 (Fax)

Dr. Mazhar Ali Khamisani

EPI Sindh at Karachi       021-4644915-4642679

Dr. Nazar M Junejo.

Provincial Coordinator National Programme for Family Planning & Primary Health Care, Hyd. 022-9260501  0301-3544744  Fax-9260503

Dr. Ismat Ara Khursheed Director, T.B Control Programme, Hyderabad       0229240111-2

Dr. A. Razzak Shaikh.

Director, Malaria Control Programme in Sindh at Hyderabad       O229240103-04

Prof. Ziauddin Shaikh        Prevention and Control of Blindness in Sindh at Karachi       9215713

Dr. Dur-e-Shahwar

Programme Manager, World       Food Programme


Dr. Sher Shah Syed       P.D Women Right to Life and Health         6654408-

Dr. Zahid Hassan Ansari,       Secretary, Blood Transfusion Authority at Karachi       9215091

Ms. Ruby Iqbal       Director  Sindh       9204200-2

Dr. Ashraf Sadiq       Director OJHA       4644517-8  Fax:4645152

Mr. A. B. Memon.

Chief Drug Inspector       9206141

Dr.Sikandar  Azam Maher

Director, Skin Hospital, Karachi       9215680-75

Mr. Shuja-ur-Rehman       Director Drug Testing Laboratory       7721634

Mr. Saleem Isharat       Secretary, QCB       9203369

Dr.Suresh Kumar       Director, Sindh Medical Faculty       49324618258509

Dr. Fazal Illahi Memon       Chemical Examiner,       9215734

Dr. Bashir Ahmed Shaikh        Incharge I&I Depot       9206141, 9201374

Dr. Nahid Jamali Incharge Reproductive Health Project Sindh

Dr.Riaz Memon PPHI Sindh,       First Floor, C-130, Clifton Block-II, Karachi 

Email:-      psupphisindh@yahoo.com


Fax      5872241

Dr.Khadim       Hussain Lakhair

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