The Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN)

The Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) was established in 2006 as a coalition of 30 non-governmental organizations to observe the general elections and mobilize voters. The Asia Foundation facilitated the formation of the network. However, the purpose-based network continued its working after the general elections held in February 2008.

The Trust for Democratic Education and Accountability 

The Trust for Democratic Education and Accountability (TDEA) was established in October 2008. It was a spin-off of the Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN). After having conducted the largest domestic observation of general elections in Pakistan and influencing the subsequent process of electoral reforms.

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES)

The Friedrich Ebert Foundation is the oldest political foundation in Germany. On March 2, 2015, she became 90 years old. Only a few organizations in Germany can look back on nine decades of successful socio-political work. With the founding of the FES in 1925, the promotion of democracy by political foundations.

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DAI – Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd.

We tackle fundamental social and economic development problems caused by inefficient markets, ineffective governance, and instability. We work with a wide range of clients, including national and local governments, bilateral and multilateral donors, private corporations, and philanthropies.

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Creative Associates International

To support people around the world to realize the positive change they seek. Creative envisions stable neighborhoods, communities and regions that can develop effective institutions to provide for their people, enabling them to overcome hardship and live peaceful and fulfilling lives.

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Local Governance Initiative and Network 

Local Governance Initiative and Network (LOGIN) is a multi-stakeholder network that brings together practitioners working in the field of decentralisation and local governance to connect with one another and learn from knowledge exchange.

Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives 

Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives (CPDI) is an independent, non-partisan and a non-profit civil society organization works on issue of peace and development in Pakistan. It is registered under section 42 of the Companies Ordinance, 1984 (XLVII of 1984). CPDI was established in 2003 to inform and influence public policies and civil society projects through research-based advocacy and capacity-building, with the goal of promoting peace and achieving sustainable development. The Centre’s special areas of focus include promotion of peace and tolerance, media watch, rule of law, budget watch, legislative watch and development, and transparency and rights to information.

Citizen’s Network For Budget Accountability

Citizen’s Network For Budget Accountability has launched in march 2013, A network of civil society organizations, academia and NGOs working on the monitoring of Government Budget. Strengthening the participation of citizens,enforcing transparency & accountability and pointing out the loopholes in the budget making process.

Umeed Jawan Coordination Unit 

aims to provide a platform across Southern Punjab to support a counter-narrative to extremist narratives through ensuring coordination among activities planned to promote the Umeed Jawan program and its messaging. This counter-narrative will contain messages of peace and tolerance. This campaign will also serve as a banner under which positive initiatives in civil society—both those supported by Umeed Jawan and others—can link up to promote a more positive vision of Lahore and Southern Punjab, and offer hope to the citizens, particularly youth, that there are positive lifestyle choices that can be made in determining their future and the future of Lahore and Southern Punjab. In this regard, existing Umeed Jawan’s sponsored grantees as well as new entities will be invited to propose activities that promote peace and tolerance and other messages under Umeed Jawan’s objectives.

ILM Ideas

ILM Ideas is a three-year, DFID funded, £6.1 million program to award grants nationwide for increasing access to quality education in Pakistan for children in Classes 1 – 10.

Ilm Ideas seeks to fund:

  1. Research studies to inform policy and strategic interventions
  2. Evidence based advocacy to increase public demand for greater transparency and accountability
  3. Innovative solutions to the challenges faced in access to quality education

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