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    Empowering Women and Children


    Sunlight HDN is one of the leading, non-profit organization, wholly dedicated to humanitarian services having extensive record of public service, providing shelter, feeding and treating refugees, and rescuing victims.

    Let's see what Sunlight HDN introduce.....

    We work to promote and protect the rights of children/Women/Youth and to empower them using international standards as a yardstick through advocacy supported by research, awareness raising, service delivery and human and institutional development.

    We are working since 2005 in Pakistan. The Sunlight HDN took its present name and was registered with the Government of Pakistan as an NGO under the Societies ACT XXI of 1860.

    Our work is guided by international human rights principles and standards, which are integrated at policy and programmer level.

    We work according to the guidelines provided by UNCRC (United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child) and ILO (International Labor Organization)

    We are working on the following issues in the society.
    • Community development and Organization into CBO'S.
    • Community motivation.
    • Provision of primary health care services.
    • Awareness rising in community through literacy programs.
    • Income-generation activities.
    • Environmental sanitation.
    • Promotion of hygienic health practices.

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