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NGO Computer Literacy Shelter Welfare Rawalpindi

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To undertake a holistic approach leading to the empowerment of marginalized groups and work for the sustainable development by taping interventions in sectors of social development and livelihood, health and education.
Social mobilization of community organizations and their capacity building through a participatory process in order to empower the poorest of the poor to acquire access to Basic social needs of integrated health care, education, early child development, women development and skill building and linking up with other donors, collaborators and partners for cost-shared projects and interventions 

NCLSW mission is to promote women empowerment and organize and develop communities through:
1. Creating self-esteem and raising awareness to help and support themselves and defend their rights.
2. Workings at gross root level and organizing the communities for the literacy/education.
3. Formation of CBOs to take part in their own development.
4. Gender and women development and skill building through tailoring, sewing, kitchen gardening advanced techniques, candle making and literacy enhancement through computer training
5. Non-formal education 

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About NCLSW 


NCLSW provide awareness rising and capacity building on specifically selected area, where need ishigh and lacks satisfactory services as:
• Women empowerment trough informal education, importance of literacy and innumeracy and vocational training in the field of tailoring and sewing, embroidery, knitting and designing, kitchen gardening and importance of maintaining poultry. The women get together encourages social interaction; develop women self-confidence, communication and cooperation skills.
• Develop linkages with education, health, agriculture and vocational training institution for coordination and greater liaison. These interactions help for enrolling women in specialized institutions after acquiring the basic skills.
• NCLSW coordinate with national and international NGOs for creating awareness in the community, helping people with disabilities and facilitate access to basic and specialized services. NCLSW coordinate with other organizations and facilitate distribution of walking aids and chairs to disabled. • Awareness rising in the field of health, Reproductive health including family planning and HIV/AIDS and human rights. Establish linkages with health institutions for early referral and reducing neonatal, infant, child and maternal mortality. 
• NCLSW are working at community level through Citizens Community Board (CCB), Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and Village Development Committees (VDCs).
• Capacity building and training in humanistic, participatory philosophy of community 

NCLSW Promgrams:

A Joint project of  NGO Computer Literacy Shelter welfare Rawalpindi & • Better Education For All (BEFA) Foundation Pakistan.
• The Literate Pakistan Programme Educational Group for Women Children and Youth Government Department intellectuals ,Civil society all Type of ,Organizations .
is the Befa & NCLSW-mandated official, formal and self-organized space for formal and nonfromal to contribute to and engage society regarding enhancement of Literacy and education in Pakistan. 

strives for a Pakistan where Women Children and Youth Government Department intellectuals ,Civil society all Type of ,Organizations in all their diversity have a seat at the decision making table, and are equal partners in the design, implementation, monitoring and follow-up and review of all policies at all levels.
It seeks to build a political landscape based on the collective principles of solidarity, justice, equity, inclusion, human rights,

Community engagement focuses on collective or group participation, not on any particular behaviour. It empowers communities and their social networks to reflect on and address a range of behaviours, issues and decisions that affect their lives and to proactively involved in their development. Community participation is a strategy that raises awareness and strengthens the capacity of both “rights holders” and “duty bearers” to assess, analyze, plan, facilitate, implement and monitor and evaluate interventions that will promote the survival, development, protection and participation of children and women.

Social mobilization is a process to engage a wide range of traditional, community, civil society and opinion leaders around a common cause or issue. Expanding beyond community engagement as a focus, social mobilization reaches out to non-governmental organisations, professional groups/networks, youth groups, women’s groups, community-based organisations, faith-based organisations, professional networks and the private sector to catalyse these different groups to take action and/or support change a common cause (e.g. immunization or Vitamin A supplementation; back to school campaigns etc.). Through alliance-building and partnerships often combined with media campaigns, social mobilization also engages and motivates various partners at national and local levels to raise awareness of and demand for a particular development objective and to provide sustainable, multi-faceted solutions to broad social problems.

Training for gender equality and women’s empowerment is an essential component for UN Women’s commitment to advance gender equality and women’s empowerment.

Training for gender equality is a transformative process that aims to provide knowledge, techniques and tools to develop skills and changes in attitudes and behaviours. It is a continuous and long-term process that requires political will and commitment of all parties in order to create inclusive societies that recognize the need to promote gender equality.

Training is a tool, strategy, and means to effect individual and collective transformation towards gender equality by raising awareness and encouraging learning, knowledge-building and skills development. It helps women and men to understand the role gender plays and to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for advancing gender equality in their daily lives and work. Training for gender equality is part and parcel of delivering our commitments to equal human rights for all.

The initiative of Non-formal Basic Education – NFBE has due importance particularly in the current scenario of poor literacy rate and alarming number of children dropout and left out of schools in the provinces of Pakistan.

The underlying factors of poverty, migration, marginalization, lack of information and skills, disempowerment, and poor access to services which affect HIV/STD risk are also closely related to those which affect sexual and reproductive health. Reproductive health problems include unplanned and unwanted pregnancies, unsafe abortions, pregnancy-related illness and death, and STDs including HIV/AIDS. This interrelationship between factors is leading increasingly to the integration of HIV/STD education and prevention within the broader framework of sexual and reproductive health promotion. Such intervention allows the possible reinforcement of the impact of interventions upon important underlying factors and behaviors linked to individual, family, and community vulnerability to HIV/STDs as well as other reproductive health problems. Integration will also optimize the use of increasingly scarce resources and increase the likelihood of responses, interventions, and programs being sustainable. Sexual and reproductive health, placing HIV/STD prevention into context, and focus upon men are discussed.

Working Districts

Yet NCLSW reached to provide awareness rising and capacity building on specifically selected areas.

Rawalpindi (Punjab)

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Jhelum (Punjab)

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Chakwal (Punjab)

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Attock (Punjab)

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OUR EXECUTIVES TEAM

The development of civilisation is driven by exceptional individuals and geniuses. Often unacknowledged during their lifetime, over time they gain appreciation and come to be worth millions ... In pursuing this goal, our team is not about playing by the rules, but about creating them..

Syed Ejaz Hussain Shah

Founder Member Chief Patron

Masooma Zahra Naqvi

President

Muhammad Raheel

Senior Voice President

Liaqat Ali

Voice President

Malik Shoukat Khan

General Secretary

Fozia Rubab

Press Information secretary

Malik Zeshan Shoukat

Finance Secretary

Shahbana Ahsan

Joint Secratory

NCLSW (NGOs)

Head Office

Head Office
Syeda Zainab s.a Education Complex
St -7 Chak Jal Deen , Ali Twon, Rawalpindi Pakistan
Post Code: 46000 

Registration Number.
DDSW/RWP/0616-96.

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