--Balochistan Rural Support Programme Fights COVID-19
BRSP is one of the largest organisations in Balochistan and member of a larger network of Rural Support Programs in Pakistan. BRSP’s endeavours have focused on improving the living conditions of rural poor for more than two and a half decades in the province of Balochistan. BRSP was evolved from “Pak-German self-help project” in 1983, as a collaboration between Federal Republic of Germany and Government of Pakistan.
The project was implemented by the Local Government & Rural Development Department (LG&RDD), Government of Balochistan with the technical support of GTZ (German Agency for Technical Co-operation). In the year 1991, the successful manifestation of integrated rural development program at a limited scale, paved the way for the transformation of the project into a programme called BRSP. Therefore, BRSP was registered under Section 42 of the Companies’ Ordinance 1984, as a not for profit organization dedicated to the improved living conditions of rural poor in the province of Balochistan.
To harness potential of the rural poor to help themselves, assume control of local development and improve their standard of living.
A prosperous Balochistan where people especially the poor and women are provided with equal livelihood opportunities and are not socially and economically excluded.
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