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Education - Government High School Bandi Sayedan
Ensconced in a picturesque valley of Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJ&K)...
Health - Basic Health Unit Kathai
The serenity of rural life in the village of Kathai in Khyber Pakhtunkhw...
Community Physical Infrastructure - Integrated Area Uplift Programme Chakothi
Situated at the upper end of the Jhelum Valley in Azad Jammu & Kashmir...
Environment - Route to K2
Concordia, also known as "throne room of the mountain gods"...

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Water Disputes and Conflict Resolution
Elemental in its wilderness and unsurpassed in its beauty...




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The "New World: Inclusive Sustainable Human Development Initiatives" Project develops an inclusive partnership mechanism with the Coca-Cola Foundation to encourage participation of civil society organizations (NGOs or Community Based Organizations) to support innovative, inclusive and sustainable solutions to key developmental challenges across several regions, including Europe and Central Asia, South Asia, Middle East and Africa.



A full day consultative session on framing the provincial climate change policy for Baluchistan was held at the Civil Secretariat in Quetta on Tuesday. The event, organized by the Civil Society Coalition for Climate Change (CSCCC) in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Climate Change 




Vice President PPPP Senator Sherry Rehman during a Climate Change workshop organised by Civil Society Coalition for Climate Change (CSCCC) at Sindh Secretariat , Karachi.



Providing Computer Lab Equipment in Pail mirza Sohawa (Gov.Girls High School)


Providing Science Lab Equipment in Pail mirza Sohawa (Gov.Girls High School)


Providing Filter Water dispensers for clean drinking water in Pail mirza Sohawa (Gov.Girls High School)


One Day Awareness Session for Community Members (11 May 2017) in Pail mirza Sohawa (Gov.Girls High School)



In Pakistan there are 200 million inhabitants, scattered along arid, semi-arid mountains, deserts, coasts and ecosystems. Climate change is a relatively new issue for the governance framework and is gaining importance in the public domain. Approximately 28% of the population of Pakistan are in poverty and many more are at risk of falling into it. Climate change will exacerbate the vulnerability of poor populations and jeopardize the food, water and energy security of all citizens. Pakistan's response to climate change has evolved since 2012 with the implementation of the first National Policy on Climate Change. The architecture of governance around climate change in Pakistan was designed collectively among civil society and decision makers. This co-creation legacy is a promising base for the establishment of the Open Government Alliance (OGP).

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Launching Ceremony of Civil Society Coalition for Climate Change (CSCCC)

Pakistan has taken initiatives to cope with climate change challenges: Zahid

At the launching ceremony of “Civil Society Coalition for Climate Change” held at a local hotel here Wednesday Federal Minister for Climate Change Zahid Hamid emphasized that civil society could play important role in pushing the governments to implement Paris Agreement.
He also highlighted achievements of Pakistan saying that Pakistan had taken a number of initiatives to cope with climate change challenges. These initiatives include ratification of Paris Agreement and adoption of Climate Change Act. National assembly of Pakistan has also passed a resolution declaring Agenda 2030 as its national agenda, he further said.
All policies of Ministry of Climate Change align with Sustainable Development Goals. The goal 13 that is related to urgent action on climate change can be implemented through these initiatives, said Mr Hamid.
‘The missions and objectives of Civil Society Coalition for climate change fully align with policies of Ministry of Climate Change. So Ministry of Climate Change will fully support ideas of Civil Society Coalition” said by the Federal Minister for Climate Change.

MGPO is a social welfare non-profit organization established in 2001 and certified by the Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy. MGPO programmes are designed to enhance the quality of life of disadvantaged communities by providing them with improved access to education and healthcare services, and by building physical infrastructure and water management systems that contribute to social, economic and environmental security. Social mobilization and gender mainstreaming remain cross cutting themes in all programme areas.
To empower communities and enable them to make informed choices by Maximizing Growth and Providing Opportunity

To bring about a qualitative change in the lives of disadvantaged communities utilizing a multi-sectoral approach to help them map their journey out of poverty


Core Programme Areas


Aim: To provide quality education and improve gender ratio in literacy - read more


Aim: To provide improved medical facilities with special focus on mother and child healthcare services - read more

Water Management and Community Physical Infrastructure

Aim: To provide higher efficiency water management systems and essential community physical infrastructure - read more


Aim: To preserve and protect the environmental integrity of eco-fragile regions and promote balance between human activity and nature - read more

Social Mobilization

Aim: To empower communities to share responsibility for development and sustainability - read more