2005‐2008 
 

Development is our Right

ORGANIZATION PROFILE
Micro Credit & Enterprise Development Home Industry

Micro Credit & Enterprise Development Home Industry

Child-labors and Street Children in District Quetta

Child-labors and Street Children in District Quetta

Poverty-Alleviation Micro Credit Enterprise

Community and Organization gathering at head office of NCBP

Development and Capacity Enhancement of the Community through
Emergency Relief facilities To Families of Affected areas

introduction of education, Health and vocational trainings

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Organizational Profile
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Pledge to take action during disasters

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Contact: 48-D Samungli Housing Scheme Quetta, Tel: 0092- 081-2831662/2006163 Fax: 0092- 081-2831662 Cell: 0300 3871731, 03218149627 Email: ncbp_qta@yahoo.com ahmednawaz77@yahoo.com

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
S\No 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Subjects Acknowledgment Vision Mission Brochure/profile Executive Director, s message Non-governmental organizations Organization's Objectivities Legality/ Management and NGO Assets Organographies Organizations under progression programs Major Organizational Self financed Project (MCED) Methodology of MCED& Loan types/Sizes Entrepreneurs Woman Home Industries in Project Organization's Health Program Organization's Agriculture Program (RozgaaR) one of the important project of NCBP Organization's Beneficiaries in projects Strategy of Organization NCB, s Networking Annual Report When Earthquake Hit Balochistan: Emergency Health Efforts during Earthquake Emergency Relief Efforts during Earthquake Executive Board Member of the Organization Registration certificate Page 03 04 05 06 07 09 10 11 12 13 14 14 20 21 21 21 22 22 23 24 28 28 29 30 32

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Acknowledgment
We have no word at our command to express our deepest sense of gratitude and innumerous thanks to the most beneficent, the most compassionate and the most gracious and ALMIGHTY ALLAH, with whose bounteous blessing our thoughts and ambition to thrived and flourished to bear the fruit of our modest efforts in the form of this manuscript . We will be missing our duties if we do not thank the whole NGOs of world who supported the group of people (society) mentally and spiritually during the whole programs. They always helped Community in solving all the troubles with their love, affection, encouragement, inspiration and boosted their morale to fly high to accomplish their goal and wished to see them distinguished and outstanding . Our BODs team dedicates this ORG profile to our loving Community and all NCBP Employees, who always helped us in solving all of trouble with their love, affection, encouragement, inspiration and boosted our morale to fly high to accomplish our goal and every time wished to see us glittering up on the skies of success. Our utmost indebtedness is also reserved for our social workforce for their esoteric attention and limitless efforts to make our life fruitful. Also we are passionately thankful to them for their moral support and devoted prayers to keep our spirits up during the difficult phases of this task.

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Vision
Poverty - Alleviation Micro Credit Enterprise Development and Capacity Enhancement of the nations through introduction of Education, Health & Vocational trainings where they access to the basic amenities of life on base of justice.

Mission
NCBP mission is coordinate the energies of qualified, young, energetic, motivated professionals for improvement in the quality of life, And uplift of marginalized communities of through means of sustainable development. We are connection among community with opportunities through important program that change their lives for the better. Improve poor quality through gender sensitive with community centered approaches by providing a position of social and economic services. Support for helpful change by sharing relations with others for civic society.

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Brochure/profile:
Name: Registration: Nations Capacity Building Programme. The organization was established in 2005 with there bylaws and it is registered under the cooperative society's ordinance at Quetta, The registration No is 172/2007 Non-Governmental Organization All Districts in the Province. Rural and Urban Both –Balochistan Province. The organization's terrific management including of Board of Directors, Chief Executive, Deputy Chief Executive and a Manager for each core program. The field staff is supported through Regional Management or Regional Heads. (MCED) Micro Credit Enterprise Development this is the program provides economic services through its different financial products and capacity building. Its financial product include general micro loans, enterprise development, agricultural loans, agricultural equipment leasing. The organization has 22 numbers of managerial staff Pakistani currency 18, 74,500/” Allied Bank of Pakistan at Jinnah road Quetta, A/C No. 4889-2 Hussain & Company Accountant and auditor Financial Consultants 43 Ahmed Complex Jinnah Quetta,

Status: Operational Level: Geographical Coverage: Management:

Key Programme:

Manpower: Annual Budget: Cash handling by: Auditor:

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Executive Director, s message
Our Aim is to coordinate the energies of qualified, young, energetic, motivated professionals, for improvement in the quality of life. And uplift of marginalized communities of Balochistan through means of sustainable development. In line with this mission, community development and empowerment are integral part of our activities. NCBP, s multi faceted services encompass advocacy, Micro Credit & Enterprise Development, training Programme, tailored to targeted requirements for human resource development, serving as a resource center for dissemination of updated information in relevant areas through updated databases and policy briefs, holding of workshops as well as serving as a platform for civic action for positive change. NCBP would like to continue the efforts with passion, optimism, sustained enthusiasm, courage and commitment to achieve our goals as we have the confidence to succeed.

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Non-governmental organizations
As globalization and international trade impact societies, nongovernmental organizations have become increasingly influential in world affairs. They are consulted by governments as well as international organizations like the United Nations which have created associative status for them. There are now of thousands of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the world, operating in most countries. These organizations are not directly affiliated with any national government but often have a significant impact on the social, economic and political activity of the country or region. Non-governmental organizations play a strategic role, their ability to adapt quickly to changes and to identify Community troubles, Apart form their innovative potential, has placed them at a key point within the labor market. They have also grown as a consequence of the increase in unemployment and poverty that has forced men and women to enter this sector as a unique means of survival, rather then as a new labor opportunity. The situation of informal business sector including micro and medium enterprises was very poor in the above said Dist of Balochistan in Pakistan. Unlike other developing countries of Asia including India, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia etc, informal sector’s role in economic development and the need for promoting entrepreneur education are still contentious issues in Pakistan. In a self acclaimed democratic polity with multitude of interest groups to satisfy, policy making has often been reduced to an art of muddling through especially when such polices have second and third order consequences in the long run. Strengthening the informal sector means empowering the poor and therefore no or very little policymaking has been done and the existing support mechanisms are hardly of any use. As females are the most active part of informal enterprise sector through their home based or income generation activities, this situation has resulted in creating huge obstacles in their empowerment. Infect a major puzzle of the labor market in Pakistan is the invisibility of female labor force. This situation has worsened in the dist. Due to the lack of facilities and proper way of income generation due to these hurdles bulk of potentials and skill; end products of informal sector have vanished creating a huge gap in the local and national market. Against this backdrop the Government of Pakistan, UN agencies and international community joined hands together to rebuild the infrastructure in promoting areas of Balochistan with a vision to make it better then before. After a quick round of rehabilitation been initiated in every sphere of life, establishing sustainable sources of income is central to help people

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have income support and at the same time participate in rebuilding their lives. There is enough evidence available forms other developing countries which show that by increasing overall literacy through universal primary education, adult literacy, and by reducing drop-out rates for both boys and girls form primary schools, better human resources and skilled labour force is able to earn more. Both education and health initiatives put together will lead to better human resource development which in turn results in better productivity of the labour and in providing more job opportunities in both rural and urban areas, as well as male and female labour force. Overall health and nutritional conditions prevailing in a poor family also directly impacts its earning capacity. Policy interventions and Programme that promote disease prevention, better hygiene and sanitation, availability of clean drinking water, treatment of occupational health hazards and community diseases, mother and child care, etc will directly have a positive impact on the health and well being of the poor. While discussing the overall strategy and interventions to reduce extreme poverty, the MTDF (medium term Development Framework 2005-2010) rightly points out that HRD (human resource development) is the primary and most effective means for reducing chronic absolute poverty, inequalities in income and reducing inter-generational income inequalities.

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Organization's Objectivities:

Take action to calamities in the best achievable way according to the organization's capacity. Improving financial system of poor, especially women, through income generation activism through provision of finances and financial services, Motivate for improved and facilitated living through basic health education, services and enhanced physical infrastructure, Brining constructive change through advocacy and relations with government, and civil society, Project

FOCUS:

All our efforts are specially focused on the development of rural: women, children and youth who are deprived and considered as down trodden segments, by promoting literacy & education, providing health & hygiene facilities, conducting capacity development trainings, extending micro credits awareness and creating seminars, workshops & meetings.

AREA OF OPERATION:
Lengths and breadths of entire Balochistan ranging from Lush green Juniper valley of Ziarat to Alluvial plains of Dera Murad Jamali , Barren and Mighty rocks of Zhob to the verge of Arabian Sea in Gwadar.

GOAL:

To become a launching pad for the “Socio-economic and Environmental Development Process” across Balochistan by initiating, supporting and contributing in multi-sectoral programs especially designed for the welfare and development of women, children, and youth of Balochistan

Employment Record of Male Female Ratio; Employees Number
11 19 30 82 132

Number of male employees Number of female employees Total employees Staff with less than one year of service Number of Total staff

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Legality and Management 1. Legality;
The organization was established in 2005 with there bylaws and it is registered under the cooperative society's ordinance 1925 at Quetta, The registration No is 172/2007 Non-Governmental Organization-NGO. NCBP is aims to coordinate the energies of qualified, young, energetic and motivated professionals for improvement in the quality of life and uplift of marginalized nations through means of sustainable development.

2. Management;
The organization's terrific management including of Board of Directors, Chief Executive, Deputy Chief Executive and a Manager for each core program. The field staff is supported through Regional Management or Regional Heads.

NGO Assets and Office Facilities Fully Furnished Hi-tech Office, including;
I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII.

VIII.

Latest Intel Pentium IV Computers network system. Laser Jet and color Printers; Photo state Machine; Inter Communication Circular System; Fax; Two 4-Door Pickups for Transportation of Office Staff; Vehicle for Transportation of Office Staff & Vehicles are available on different Projects for the Transportation of Project Staff and Students; Refrigerator ;

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Organographies: Nations Capacity Building Programme – NCBP

Board of directors

Executive Director

General Manager

District Coordinator

Manager Finance

Manager agenda

Social Organizers

Asst. Adman & Logistics Officer

Field Engineers

Support Staff

Support Staff

Social Organizers

Manager IT & Communicatio

Manager Human

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Organization's under progression programs;
Here by putting in our aims to the picture the organization have experience in indicated departments for development. Micro Credit & Enterprise Development. Community Physical Infrastructure. Basic Health Education & Services. Gender & Advocacy Cell. Monitoring & Poverty Evaluation. Human Rights & Child Labor. Capacity Building & Vocational Trainings for Youth and Women. Environment and Agriculture.

Children;
• • • To launch advocacy against child-labour and children in prisons. To maximize opportunities of education for labour children, street children, children in prison and dropped out children through non formal literacy Programme. To arrange and support Girl Children Festivals, where they gain confidence polish their inborn qualities enjoy their rightful share of human dignity and to develop into productive and confident young women. To establish a Model Orphanage to provide orphans with a secure “normal” family environment and to eliminate sense of deprivation from the innocent parentless children. To increase the opportunities within the formal school system for children with special needs. To promote and support vaccination and health & hygiene campaigns for infants for reducing mortality and disability rates. To establish Reproductive Health Care, Mother and Child Care, and Basic Health care Units to reduce maternal and infant mortality rate. To establish Teachers Resource Center for females, where they learn skills and methodologies to join a dignified and noble profession and to contribute in the economic improvement of families. To improve sanitation and water services for the poor house holds to give relief to women from the extra burden and to leave them free to benefit from socio economic development programs. To support and formulate political , legislative and development policies at district level that eliminates gender disparity

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Women;
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To establish Model Women Resource Centers where women could develop skills to become economically self reliant To establish Micro Credit Centers for rural women to promote and support domestic enterprise. To establish shelter homes for widows and divorcees with the facility of Capacity Building so that they could earn for their living and live a secure and peaceful life. To launch advocacy against social menace like Karo Kari , Wati , Dowry and Vulvar so that status of women be uplifted and recognized To save and protect human life from health hazards and diseases by improving physical, social and atmospheric environment. To establish soft loan centers for youth to initiate micro enterprise and become self-employed. To mobilize, develop and support community based organizations which can prove to be a real asset for the process of development at grass root level To establish a training institutes where youth get equipped with the modern-age job requirement skills. To establish Training and Rehabilitation centers for drug addicted youth where they get cured and re-start their life confidently. To support and arrange Sports festivals where youth develop spirit of team work, eternal friendships and sense of competition. To improve the typical and social environment through effective communication, hygiene education and awareness in community.

Youth;
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The Major Organization's Self financed Project (MCED). Micro Credit & Enterprise Development;

MCED program operates with the main objective of poverty alleviation, Initialized on Grameen model with extension of micro credit to 200 women in 2006. Modified indigenous credit model is serving 350 women and men in Quetta district of Balochistan. Enterprises Development- Marketing, linkages with new markets and vendors, vocational and business management training are reinforcement initiatives. Bring women folk in the main stream and enable them to play constructive role on social, economic and political fronts. Provide easily accessible and viable microfinance services with flexible repayment. Increase income of poor farmers by small loans facility.

Project Objectivities;

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Methodology of MCED;
Area Selection
Training of Borrowers

Survey of The area

Documentation

Meetings in Community

Loan Disbursement

Loan Completion

Borrower Identification

Savings

Group Formation

Loan Recovery

Loan types/Sizes Initiate/Strengthen Small businesses:
General stores, Embroidery, Cloth selling, Tuck shops, Cosmetics etc,

Loan Size: Portfolio

Pakistani currency 3,000/" to 30,000/"

NCBP has a portfolio of approximately 350 clients. At NCBP the loan officers look after 150 clients- a very high ratio compared to other local MFIs. Disbursed 3250000/ Borrowers 325 Recurred 1825000 Outstanding 1065000 Repayment % 99.95

Number of Active Borrowers 289 Member in one Group 05

Number of Closed Borrowers 36

Number of New Borrowers applied 187 Each loan Size 10,000/

Duration of a loan 11 months

Installments of Loan 1,050/

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Entrepreneur Activity Interview: 01 Locality:
G/Khana, Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan,

Loan info: Pakistan's currency Rs.60, 000/"
(Solo Monthly Installment will be Rs. 1,000/")

Date: Date of Applied 20/07/2007 Date of the loan Raised 19/08/2007 Description of group leader My name is ASTER. I am married since 30 years and a mother of five: two boys and three girls I reside with my family in Quetta, Pakistan. My husband is a teacher in a small local private school. NCBP has given me the Loan as well as the training of sewing the Cloths. I also done my own diploma in dress designing and have five months experience designing. Entrepreneur Activity and Interview: 02 Locality: G/Khana, Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan, Loan info: Pakistan's currency Rs. 110,000/"
(Solo Monthly Installment will be Rs. 1,000/")

Date: Date of Applied 19/07/2007 Date of the loan Raised 30/07/2007

Description of group leader My name is Uzma and I am married and a mother of three sons I reside with my family in Quetta, Pakistan. My husband is a carpenter the purpose for the loan is we are very w. NCBP has given me the Loan as well as the training of sewing the Cloths. I also done my own diploma in dress designing and have five months experience designing. Entrepreneur Activity and Interview: 03 Locality: Bieal Ahata Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan Loan info: Pakistan's currency Rs. 150,000/"
(Solo Monthly Installment will be Rs. 1,000/")

Date of the loan Raised 20/08/2007 Description of group leader I am Noreen Nazeer 38 years old have one daughter. She is study in the primary class. My husband has a hand cart on which he sells the white bean. We are the only source for our child so I also get apart to take loan from the NCBP. To have generate any source of income, for that NCBP give me the training in the Beautician. Now I with my hard working established the Beauty Paler to better future for my family.

Date: Date of Applied 24/07/2007

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Entrepreneur Activity and Interview: 04 Locality: Ali Abad the rural area of district Quetta Pakistan. Loan info: Pakistan's currency Rs.70, 000/"
(Solo Monthly Installment will be Rs. 1,000/")

Date: Date of Applied 27/07/2007 Date of the loan Raised 13/10/2007 Description of group leader I am Gul Cheara 50 years old having 6 orphan kids 3 daughter and 3 sons from them 3 kids are school going my husband expired before 6 years. I am a single-handed breadwinner of my kids I covered skill of carpet waving form NCBP and them and applied for the loan after this loan I started the work of carpet waving at my home place. NCBP provided me Pakistan's currency Rs. 70,000/'' (Rs.10, 000/'' for each member) and know I am able to be a part of all. Entrepreneur Activity and Interview: 05 Locality: Hazara Town, Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan Loan info: Pakistan's currency Rs.50, 000/"
(Solo Monthly Installment will be Rs. 1,000

Date: Date of Applied 17/12/2007 Date of the loan Raised 27/11/2007 Description of group leader I am Qubra the 30 year old women. I am married and a mother of six: three daughters and two sons. My husband is a shopkeeper and a breadwinner of my family. Before given me the loan NCBP took trained me in the Carpet weaving. NCBP provided me the Rs 50,000/” loan including my all members 10,000/” each. Now I started my own work at my own home place now this give me the little support to get rid from the financial problem also. Entrepreneur Activity and Interview: 06 Locality: Ali Abad the rural area of district Quetta, Pakistan. Loan info: Pakistan's currency Rs.50, 000/"
(Solo Monthly Installment will be Rs. 1,000/")

Date: Date of Applied 03/12/2007 Date of the loan Raised 14/02/2008 Description of group leader I am Amina. Fifty years old married. Having eight kids, six boys' two daughters in them five kids are schools going. My husband has a business of baking cookies. In his small earning it is hard to survival for

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life that is why he wants that I help him in this business. Than I applied for the loan from the NCBP to expand my business hence NCBP provided me the loan of Rs. 50,000/" along my Group members 10,000/" each member. The members of group are the trusty of each other. Thanks to NCBP to help us in troubles. Entrepreneur Activity and Interview: 07 Locality: Hazara Town, Quetta Balochistan Pakistan, Loan info: Pakistan's currency Rs.50, 000/"
(Solo Monthly Installment will be Rs. 1,000/")

Date: Date of Applied 10/12/2007 Date of the loan Raised 14/02/2008 Description of group leader My name is Zara and my age is 35 year old having five children’s. Three daughters and two sons, all of my children are studying at primary level. I am group leader of five members. My husband has a small shop which is also on rent. It is unable to us to fulfill the needs of our family as he is the only source of income in our home. Before given me the loan NCBP trained me in Carpet sewing and then provided me the 50,000/”
(Rs.10, 000/'' for each member).

Entrepreneur Activity and Interview: 08 Locality: Ali Abad the rural area of district Quetta. Loan info: Pakistan's currency Rs.50, 000/"
(Solo Monthly Installment will be Rs. 1,000/")

Description of group leader My name is Marziya the group leader of four members. i am a mother of three: two sons and one daughter. My husband has cart of vegetable. Financially we are too much weak to hold our family as my husband is only the backbone of our family. We even cannot afford the fee for our children school. To support my family and my husband I applied for the loan from NCBP. NCBP first trained me in Carpet sewing and then provided me the loan of Rs. 50,000/” (Rs.10, 000/'' for each
member). Now I got a little support for my family and my husband.

Date: Date of Applied 10/12/2007 Date of the loan Raised 23/01/2008

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Entrepreneur Activity and Interview: 09 Locality: Ali Abad the rural area of district Quetta Loan info: Pakistan's currency Rs.50, 000/"
(Solo Monthly Installment will be Rs. 1,000/")

Date: Date of Applied 27/07/2007 Date of the loan Raised 13/10/2007 Description of group leader My name is Maliha and I am 25year old and have two daughters. I am the group leader of five members. My husband has a small shop of grain food. I belong to a very poor family. We are Unable to fulfill the needs of my family. My husband is a hard worker but still we cannot take out from the poverty. I want to support my family. So I submit the Loan request to NCBP. I NCBP first trained me the carpet sewing and then provided me the loan of Rs 50,000/” (Rs.10, 000/'' for each member)
and know am be able to give some extend my family the better support.

Entrepreneur Activity and Interview: 10 Locality: Ali Abad the rural area of district Quetta. Loan info: Pakistan's currency Rs.60, 000/"
(Solo Monthly Installment will be Rs. 1,000/")

Date: Date of Applied 10/12/2007 Date of the loan Raised 16/2/2008, and 12/1/2008 Description of group leader I am Naik Bakht fifty one years old and I am widow. I have four children one son and three daughters. My two daughters are married. My two sons are working in a home industry of carpet weaving. I have a skill of polyester/woolen which used in carpet weaving. But I don’t have that much resource to do this work after the death of my husband. By the reference of my daughter I know about NCBP Micro credit enterprises. I applied for loan and NCBP provided me Rs. 50,000/" in a shape of a group (10,000/" per head). Now I am doing my own business. Entrepreneur Activity and Interview: 11 Locality: Ali Abad the rural area of district Quetta. Loan info: Pakistan's currency Rs.50, 000/"
(Solo Monthly Installment will be Rs. 1,000/")

Date: Date of Applied 27/07/2007 Date of the loan Raised 13/10/2007

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Description of group leader I am Sohaila my Date of Birth is 1978 married. I have two daughters. One is School girl. My husband Hussain Ali has the ability of iron net (jhali) and gate (Door) making. The income which he earns that is very small to move. It's my opinion that I should help him in the survival of life I discussed this matter with my husband than he suggest me the NCBP. On the requirements of the organization I made a group with my family members and neighborhood to get the loan of NCBP. We applied for Rs. 50,000/" now I got the loan and able to enhance business of my husband. Entrepreneur Activity and Interview: 12 Locality: Babo Muhala the rural area of district Quetta Loan info: Pakistan's currency Rs.40, 000/"
(Solo Monthly Installment will be Rs. 1,000/")

Date: Date of Applied 17/02/2008 Date of the loan Raised 16/03/2008 Description of group leader I am Marium the group leader of five members. 48 years old & mother of six children five sons and one daughter. My husband is peon in private school at a very low income. It is Hard to struggle in this environment as day by day the things are costly unable to fulfill the needs of life. On my behalf I take a support to my family for this I applied for the loan from NCBP. This NGO trained me tailoring work and then provided me loan of Rs 40,000 (Rs.10, 000/'' for each member) Now I
am be able to give a little bit support to my family.

Entrepreneur Activity and Interview: 13 Locality: Ali Abad the rural area of district Quetta. Loan info: Pakistan's currency Rs.50, 000/" Date: Date of Applied 09/02/2008 Date of the loan Raised 16/03/2008
(Solo Monthly Installment will be Rs. 1,000/")

Description of group leader My name is Zaiba. I am the group leader of five members. My age is 35 years. And I am the mother of eight Children three sons and five daughters. My two daughters and son are married. I applied for the loan to help my husband in his business of Curtain Sewing. Past few months his business is demurrage. Therefore I applied for the loan from the NCBP to increase my husband production. NCBP provided me the Rs.50, 000/” loan (Rs.10, 000/'' for each member) Now my husband trying to rebuild his business again by this loan. After raised the loan we are very happy the NCBP is helping the needy families.

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Entrepreneur Activity and Interview: 14 Locality:
Killi Momin abad rural area of district

Quetta, Loan info: Pakistan's currency Rs.50, 000/"
(Solo Monthly Installment will be Rs. 1,000/")

Date: Date of Applied 10/03/2007 Date of the loan Raised 18/04/2008 Description of group leader My name is Amina. I am the Group leader of five (including me) members. I am 39 years old and mother of nine Children three boys and six girls. My entire child is illiterate because we are belonging to poor family. My husband is embroidery worker. The purpose for taking loan from the NCBP is I have a skill of polyester/woolen which used in carpet weaving. I will work and keep a better future by this loan. NCBP provided me the Rs 50,000/” (Rs.10, 000/'' for each member) now am little
bit be able to hold my home.

Woman Home Industries in Project MCED;

To provide income opportunities and help for the women, widows and the destitute NCBP established Home Industries in different areas. The areas have been mentioned below:

Ms. Gull chara Home Industry, Hazara Town Quetta Ms. Qubra Home Industry, Hazara Town, Quetta Ms. Aouster Home Industry, Joint Road, Quetta Ms. Gull Jan Home Industry, Hazara Town, Quetta Ms. Roqaya Home Industry, Hazara Town, Quetta Ms. Zara Home Industry, Alamdar Road, Quetta Ms. Raheela Home Industry, Alamdar Road, Quetta

Ms. Masooma Home Industry, Alamdar Road, Quetta Ms. Amina Home Industry of polyester/woolen Ms. Zaiba Home Industry of Curtain Sewing Ms. Marium Home Industry of tailoring work Ms. Sohaila Home Industry of polyester/woolen Ms. Naik Bakht Home Industry of iron net (jhali) and gate (Door) Ms. Marziya Home Industry of Carpet sewing

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Organization's Health Program;
To provide health facilities to mother and child, NCBP will establish MCHC (Mother & Child Health Center) in the rural districts. These centers provide health services to the female masses of the area. This is sustainable project and carried out its activities through its own earnings which include a minor fee to cover the expenses. NCBP has always played its role in all national and international events such as Worlds Aids Prevention Day, National Polio Campaign and Malaria etc. NCBP also held several free medical camps in different areas of districts. These medical camps were held without donation.

Organization's Agriculture Program;

To help the farmers NCBP initiate agricultural project in rural Districts having to main objectives. First was to build the capacity of the farmers in area through awareness raising workshops and teaching them latest farming techniques and second was to provide them loan to purchase seed and fertilizers so they can cultivate a better crop. The project will be run via the help of Organization's Self financed Project (MCED).

RozgaaR) one of the important project of NCBP

Nations Capacity Building Programme, s one project was (RozgaaR) this program was based on unemployment in Balochistan Province, we are registering unemployed to provide them technical skills, office management skills, and after technical skills organization is providing them micro finance also. NCBP, s aim to coordinate the energies of qualified, young, energetic and motivated professionals, for improvement in the quality of life and uplift of marginalized communities of Balochistan through means of sustainable development. The organization has each and every category of human resources, and we are here by putting in our aims to the picture that we can provide any department private, and government departments most of there required staff on a single call. A great number of the Male Female, highly educated, professionals and as well as uneducated youth, from entire Balochistan province, which got benefits through the project, were the direct beneficiaries. However the number of indirect beneficiaries is even greater for the direct beneficiaries represented one family each. The volume of unemployed for required information is described in the table given below;

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No 01 02 03 04 05 06

SECTOR Master Degree Holders Graduate Degree Holders Intermediate Candidates Matriculation Candidates Under Matriculation Candidates Un Educated Candidates Grand Total

MALE 80 166 130 312 119 218 1025

FEMALE 74 129 62 159 36 113 573

TOTAL 154 295 192 471 155 331 1598

Organization's Beneficiaries in projects;

A great number of the women, youth, landless, orphans and healthwise affected people from entire Balochistan province, who got benefited through the NCBP projects, were the direct beneficiaries. However the number of indirect beneficiaries is even greater for the direct beneficiaries represented one family each, while these projects were under operations. The size of the beneficiary base may be referred as per strength. The required information is described in the table given below:

S. No SECTOR 01 Formal Education 02 Non-Formal Adult Literacy Centers 03 Non-formal Education. Micro Credit & Enterprise 04 Development (MCED) 05 Health 06 Vocational/Technical Trainings 07 Prisoner 08 Child Labour 09 Sanitation & Environment 10 Agriculture Training Grand Total

MALE FEMALE 00 00 00 00 00 00 15 63 294 00 296 00 00 608 300 227 1049 00 0 00 00 1576

TOTAL 00 00 00 315 230 1343 00 296 00 00 2184

Future Strategy of Organization:

NCBP has devised that for future development projects it will make the input right now so that in the ripen time to come the activities can give a productive output later. It is for this reason the NCBP has always thought of doing the projects at its own resources even if there is no external financial encouragement from any donor. As a consequence NCBP has healthily and successfully survived for the last 04 years with a large network thereby having achieved major landmarks in Micro Credit & Enterprise Development, health awareness and promotion, capacity building, vocational training including a rich participation of women in especially the professional skill development, eradication of child labour.

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However, it is pertinent to mention here that NCBP follows three phases of future strategies – short-term, medium-term and long term to walk on the line of social services in the due course of its professional career.

Short-term strategy:

In its short –term objectives NCBP has successfully thrived from this stage and achieved almost all of its career aims in perusing the professional board. The areas like Micro Credit & Enterprise Development has fully been met in district Quetta of Balochistan, where 80 Home Industries have been handed over to the local communities of the province; this has given NCBP a fair name and boast in the province.

Medium-term Strategy:

NCBP has vowed to continue its medium –term strategy with the chosen agenda on major issues like child protection, women empowerment, environment, education for all throughout the province, awareness on health particularly on HBs AB and C, HIV/AIDS, and human rights in general.

Long-term strategy:

NCBP has destined that in its long-term strategy it will develop a bigger alliance of all the friendly members of Civil Society and take them all for the greater cause of the development of Balochistan especially in terms of skill development in the province. It has decided to establish a secretariat of Training and capacity building for the needy and professional individuals of the province. It is expected that in the longer run NCBP will meet all o fits preset objectives by the Grace of God Almighty.

NCB, s Networking;

Detailed sheets of employment record of male female ratio, service brake-up, salary brake-up, Staff qualifications, Job wise staff categories and province wise presentation are mentioned below. To promote unity, cooperation, and information sharing with the Donors, Government departments and other NGOs, NCBP is in regular contact and close co-ordination with all concerned parties. NCBP hosts and participates actively in different workshops, seminars, forums and meetings on Local and National forums, NCBP wishes to play an even greater role in development of Nation. The members and office bearers have also held several positions in different networks and alliances.

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Annual Report of 2003:
Dated: On 13th October 2003 Aim: The principle of this event was First aid Health training and dust pollution of humanity. Chief Guest: For this Event Dr.Mohammad Anwar and Dr. Husnain invited as Chief Guest. They specially had been called From Karachi to be Focus Speech on neat and clean economy. Beneficiaries: There are Fifty women been participated as beneficiaries belong to the rural areas of Balochistan. The Chief Executive Ahmed Nawaz initially told them the Purpose/Aim of the program and introduced the Chief Guests. Dr. Mohmmad Anwar and Dr. Husnain Give their opinion on clean society and specially focused on women that they play a real part in the society regarding to gleaming houses. In Speech he focused that we should have to use boil water to make our families healthy and safe. If we start to avoid our laziness today better is our tomorrow. Dr. Husnain by sharing the information with beneficiaries he said," before starting any work if we get to know the aspect of the work i.e. either Positive or negative so we are very anxious to get rid of wrong or negative deeds. Further speech continue by Dr. Husnain with the same aim that we should focuses on our children health as the diseases of health is major cause in the small children. When we have a little problem then without wastage of time we should consultant to our Doctor if we think it a little some time it will be big mistake in our all life. Teeth Brush, Cleans hand and meal on time is basics precautions of our life and if we are able to follow it and make it our part of life so these small tips are very beneficial for us. Before the refreshment at end of the event Chief executive thanked to all participated beneficiaries and chief guests that they welcomed and joined them in the event.

Annual Report of 2004:
Dated:
On 11th March 2004

Chief Guest: This meeting was get into the NCBP head Office and had the meeting attained by Provincial Social Welfare Director Abdul Raheem Baloch and as well Director of cooperative society. Aim: Visit the office and watch the activates of organization Description of Meeting:

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The Provincial Social Welfare Director Abdul Raheem Baloch and the Director Cooperative society in this meeting the Chief Executive, Deputy Chief Executive is take a part and as well they meet with the staff members of the NCBP. By meeting Mr. Abdul Raheem got the information about the organization activities. Mr. Abdul Raheem mostly discusses on the organization Enterprises development sector. This is the project which run by NCBP self support. He promote the activities of NCBP and saying if the region people do work on the following task as a professionalism than the source of income much develop for them. He further like to visit the communities of the NCBP and also liked the self finance project build by the NCBP and have invited to promote and help NCBP in there future participations.

Annual Report of 2005:
Dated:
On 7th December 2005

Purpose of Ceremony: Changing place of head office from Jinnah Road to Samungli Housing Scheme, Chief Guest: High Commissioner UNHCR Quetta balochistan Mr. Sarwar Javed he use to be Chief Guest of Ceremony in opening office at Samungli Housing Company in the ceremony: Govt. and Semi Govt. NGO of Balochistan had invited in the ceremony. NCBP want to share the Activates and Future planning with the invited guests and NGO's of Balochistan. General Secretary Miss Asiya Asif detailed the program of her NGO NCBP and Focused on the Following Projects. 1) To get know and prepare the Bio data for the unemployed Persons. 2) She used to tell some thing about their running project which is the Micro Credit Enterprises Development (MCED). At the end of the Ceremony the Staff used to view the Office to D.C Sarwar Jawad.

Annual Report of 2006:
Dated:
On 14 Jun 2006,

Purpose: NCBP Fund for the Poor community to use during disasters, flood of Balochistan Description:

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NCBP Funded over the 275 Houses. In which NCBP mostly covered the Flood Disasters. The funded given by the members of NCBP. In which First Aids, Tarpaulin, washtub, Towel, Mat and to have the clean sweep of all in a house are included. It’s the honor for the NCBP team to help the needier as NCBP still have never got any Funding and always contribute in his self finance. Dated:
On 18th December 2006

Purpose: Provide Opportunities of work to Women in their houses. Beneficiaries: In this event 45 women had came for the Participation. General Secretary Miss Asiya Asif Share the Vie ws and said that the NCBP is the right Platform for those women which really want to do something for their families. Its pleasure and honor for the NCBP that they work together on this Project with other NGO’s. Women must avail this opportunities and should play vital role in an economy. NCBP board of Director Baqa Mohammad specked that women must have take apart in any skillful work which beneficial for them also as Professionalism. Chief Executive said that with health and education women do take training in Professionalism skill. And that skill is than play a beneficial role in our life. As a Chief Guest Rahilla Durani is invited she discussed in an event that NGO’s is working as a Govt. sectors and play it in very good role for economic. Women should now take facilitate themselves and aware them. Finally Miss Rahilla durani distributed the Checks in 15 women that they start a new business and do secure their and her Families.

Annual Report of 2007:
Dated:
On 06th December 2007

The meeting Placed NCBP with the Trust Violently Organization (T.V.O) Task: Development of the Vocational training at the district Mastung, Visitor: Trust Violently Organization Provincial Office Director Jalil Dotani. Descriptions: In this meeting T.V.O director meet with the chief executive of the NCBP and discuss the activities of the organization. General Secretary

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Miss Asiya Asif gave them the briefing on the enterprises Development Project, T.V.O director also visit the field areas of the NCBP and resemblance the same activities should perform in the District Mastung in which he focused and suggest on carpet making, embroidery and non formal education. Director Jalil Dotani is much appreciated the work and for a Good training staff. After the end of the meeting the T.V.O Director suggested that there must be any vocational training for which they must visit the District Mastung and that Honor gave to the NCBP that they visit and tell the Briefing and analyzing on the Mastung community to get start this project as soon as possible. Dated: The Survey held on 05th Janvery 2008 for Trust Voluntary Organization (T.V.O) at District Mastung. Purpose: The Purposed of the survey was acknowledged about Carpet waving, embroidery and standard of education at district Mastung. Survey Description: Following Group Members of NCBP are survey at District Mastung i.e. Baqa Mohammad, Waheed Akhtar, Miss Asiya Asif, and Miss Jahan Ara. They knew the life of Mastung People and vitally read the case study on women of the Mastung. People of Mastung sharing the views with the staff of NCBP they told the Critical situations and less opportunity they have in their District. Basic Necessities of life and Education is the biggest problem in the District Mastung of Balochistan. As well as people are worried for the Source of Income and unemployment in their areas. Team of the NCBP survey 70 Houses by which only 45% are the employed and forward the life of their families whereas 90% by which the women are illiterate and households. Women of the Mastung have the skill to generate the Income for their houses in the field of embroidery but they do not take it as professionalism. Consequences: The women of the District Mastung if get all the resources without any restrictions made by their families are the best way to generate the source of the income. Following are the basic necessities provide them to improve the life expectancy. 1. Must provide Non Formal Education 2. If they have little skill in any work should trained and polish them in better way. 3. Training must be future secure use at any place for instance: embroidery, tailoring and carpet making involve.

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A powerful earthquake has hit different parts of Balochistan, this is at early morning 29th October 2008 Wednesday More than 265 people were killed and hundreds wounded when an earthquake struck different districts of Balochistan on Wednesday morning. State-run television has confirmed the killing of 271 people as 12 aftershocks have been felt so far in the affected areas created fears of more losses of lives and property. According to metrological office, the aftershocks would likely lasts for a week. Meanwhile, 25 doctors and 100 paramedical staff have been deployed in Khawas field hospital. Local officials said that 165 bodies have been recovered so far whereas massive destruction and closure of roads creating obstacles in rescue operations officials are saying there were two tremors, striking at about 0409 and then 0510 PST followed by at least three aftershocks. While the memories of devastating earthquake of 2005 are still fresh which killed more than 73,000 people in NWFP and Kashmir, this one seems to be of slightly lesser magnitude of 6.4. I was watching Geo Tv and the worst-hit area appears to be Ziarat, about 50km north of Quetta, where hundreds of mostly mud and timber houses have been destroyed in five villages. Although the city of Ziarat is relatively safe but some nearby villages have been complete destroyed and many homes were buried in a landslide triggered by the quake. It follows on the heels of the devastating 2007 cyclone in Balochistan (also here) and the continued political tensions in the province that have all taken a cumulating toll on the population.

When Earthquake Hit Balochistan:

NCBP’s Emergency Health Efforts during Earthquake:
After this sadness time the NCBP send there emergency team to help them specially in the field of Health and provide them emergency relief the NCBP in the company of BRSP and Government of Balochistan send there 6 Mobile vehicle medical camps complete medicine with 3 male and 3 female doctors as well as NCBP arranged Medical camps with complete medicine in the needed districts of the effected areas the camps worked through the instruction of EDO of the Each district and the transportable medical camps are located in that areas where no medical facilities or limited but all of the centers are damaged by earthquake attacks. During this

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emergency health relief the doctors have provided complete treatment with medicine to four Union Council of the District Ziarat, Wam, Orechum, Killi Fateh Mohammed and Kann Bangla in this camping the doctors of the NCBP provided complete treatment in District Pishin too in this district five Union Council are covered Khanai Baba, Zarghoon, Sagram, Warya and Bala Nigand. The beneficiaries of the health are in the table below:

Beneficiaries of the Health Camping in the District Ziarat UCs:
UCs
Wam Orechum Killi Fateh Mohd Kann Bangla

Male
309 149 196 242

Female
328 236 293 269

Children
143 86 62 74

Total UCs
Khanai Baba Zarghoon Sagram Warya Nigand

896 Male
116 173 128 251 116

1126 Female
239 216 185 164 244

365 Children
81 146 68 54 48

Beneficiaries of the Health Camping in the District Pishin UCs:

Total

784

1048

397

NCBP’s Emergency Relief Efforts during Earthquake:
During the earthquake on one side the health emergency is important and on other side the Food, drinking water and shelter is important as well. Wherever the actors of the society are played their rule very satisfactorily but still we can’t finish emergency needs of the earthquake victims and there is a lot to do. NCBP name get nearer in the self financed organizations. However the organization is working through fund of BODs, but in this emergency of earthquake one of the colleagues NGO AIM with and NCBP take part in Relief in this relief the type of supply was Food items, Blankets and worm Cloths for Male Female and Kids this Supply is distributed in the District Pishin Union Council are covered Khanai Baba, Zarghoon and Sagram. UCs
Khanai Baba Zarghoon Sagram Warya

Beneficiaries of the Emergency Relief in the District Pishin UCs:
Male
158 173 170 251

Female
89 103 93 134

Children
21 17 23 18

Total

752

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Executive Board Member of the Organization;
1. Chief Executive: Ahmed Nawaz his qualification is MA education and MA International Relations after completion of his education from University of Balochistan he use to be a Social Organizer, Manager and Administrator in the different organizations specially in the UN departments now he is performing his ability as a Chief Executive of NCBP. 2. Deputy Chief Executive: Wheed Akhter his qualification is MA he completed his education from Karachi University then he shift in UAE and there he bring into play Management sector of the Bank. When he comeback to Pakistan then he stick together in NCBP and now he is the Deputy Chief Executive of this organization. 3. General Secretary: Asiya Asif she is MA in International Relations form University of Balochistan. After the education she attached with a National NGO as a Credit Officer there she performed her responsibilities eight years and after rewind up of the Programme she came to be a part of NCBP and at the present time she is the General Secretary of this organization. 4. Press Secretary: Jahan Ara Tabassum she is MA in Urdu form University of Balochistan. She is a writer and poet as well as she used to be a senior professor in institutions. She carries out her farm duties in Non Governmental Organizations in addition and right now she is the Press Secretary of NCBP. 5. Legal Adviser: Muhammad Ibrahim Advocate he is MA, LLB from University of Balochistan. And law college of Quetta. When he completes his education he started his practice as a Advocate he is the legal adviser of NCBP at the moment. 6. Finance Secretary: Erum Kawanl she is MA in International Relations from University of Balochistan. After the education she involved with a National NGO as a Credit Officer there she execute her farm duties Ten years and after reverse of the development she came to be a element of NCBP and at the present time she is the Finance Secretary of this association.

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07. Board Member: Fozia Marri MA Political Since from University of Balochistan. She is Use to be A D O (Attachment) in Education department she has experience of NGOs in addition She is a writer and poet as well as. And in adding together she is a Board Member of NCBP. 08. Legal Adviser: Muhammad Asif Ali Advocate he is MA LLB from University of Balochistan. And law college of Quetta. When he completes his education he started his practice as a Advocate and as well as he is performing his ability as a Importer Exporters customs clearance and Forwarding agent, Income sales tax Customs Advocate he is the legal adviser of NCBP at the moment in addition. 09. Board Member: Shahda Parveen she is MA form University of Balochistan. She is the District Council Member in Balochistan as well as she used to be a senior lecturer in institutions. She accomplishes her farm duties in Non Governmental Organizations in addition and right now she is the Board Member of NCBP. 10. Board Member: Baqa Muhammad he is a Engineer from University Engineering of Balochistan. He is a writer and poet but nowadays he is engineer in Pakistan Petroleum LTD. And in adding together he is a Board Member of NCBP. 11. Board Member: Muhammad Saleem did Diploma in Engineering from University of Balochistan. He is a Managing Director of Marketing Company in Balochistan Level. And in adding together he is a Board Member of NCBP.

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Thank You
Get in touch with NCBP
Ahmed Nawaz Chief Executive
Contact: 48-D Samungli Housing Scheme Quetta Tel: 0092-081-2831662-0812006163 Fax: 0092-081-2831662 Cell: 03218149627 / 03003871731 E-mail: ncbp_qta@yahoo.com
ahmednawaz77@yahoo.com

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