IDENTITY

STANDARDIZATION

OUTREACH

Director Dr. Quratulain Bakhteari Author of the report Mr. Saeed Shah Editor of the report Ms. Af ia Salam Mr. Ali Naqvi Designed and Printed by Next Mile Consultants Correspondence Institute for Development Studies & Practices (IDSP - Pakistan) 7-A, Al-Mashriq Street, Arbab Karam Khan Road, Quetta. email: idsp@idsp.org.pk , info@idsp.org.pk Ph: 0092-81-2470243 - 2471776 Fax: 0092-81-2447285

Acknowledgment
This year's performance of the Institute for Development Studies and Practices, IDSP-Pakistan would not have been possible without the generous support of friends, colleagues, mentors and development partners of the Institute. The support enabled IDSP to maintain a steady course on its Identity, Standardization and Outreach in spite of the ongoing violence, security issues and vulnerabilities in Pakistan. IDSP acknowledges the relentless efforts of its Fellows and staff whose contribution made it possible to go one step further towards the ultimate vision of IDSP. In spite of the depressing law and order situation in Balochistan and around the country, the Fellows and staff managed to pull together development interventions. IDSP also recognizes the contribution of the families from all over the country for their trust and belief by allowing their children, young men and women to contribute and participate in numerous activities of the Institute. We are thankful to our funding partners who have believed in our ideas and concepts and have given us opportunities to practice and experiment our home-baked ideas for generating the change. We are grateful for the continued support of National Endowment for Democracy, Skoll Fund for Social Entrepreneurs, Japan Social Development Fund, and Fund for Global Human Rights, Canadian International Development Agency CIDA, UNICEF, UNESCO, Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund, Legacy Venture and Open Society Institute. Shine Humanity (US) provided the support for flood affectees. We sincerely acknowledge the support of Government of Balochistan for providing the Rural Development

Academy's hostel in Quetta and the support of Government of Sindh for providing the hostel of Sindh Civil Services and Local Government Academy Tando Jam to conduct the development studies course. IDSP also acknowledges Therapy Works and Qatar Hospital for training the IDSP Fellows. We are also grateful to individuals who extended extra ordinary intellectual and technical support; these are Kamil Khan Mumtaz, Irshad Mughal, Kausar Saeed Khan, Fazal Noor, Zara Shahid Hussain, Nazish Barohi, Rafi Ullah, Shahjahan Baloch, Arif Tabasum, Mushtaq Gadi, Raziq Faheem many others and Ahsan Raza Mirza, Saira Mirza, Jami and Nazeera. IDSP is grateful to Hussain Baqar (Canadian Philanthropist) for his generous support to IDSP. Shakeel Hadi (Lawyer) and Shakeel Ur Rehman (Auditors) for their services. We are also very grateful to the Board members (Dr. Quratulain Bakhteari, Professor Barkat Ali, Kausar S. Khan, Barrister Zafarullah Khan, Rukhsana Najafi, Asia Mengal, Sultana Baloch and Trust Secretary Mr. Ali Naqvi of Trust for Development Studies and Practices “TDSPPakistan” for their valuable support, commitment, dedication, sincerity and volunteer contributions for making the Institute as an open space for learning and practicing. It is important to mention the teams contributing to make a difference. The finance and administration team, the teams managing projects, the IT services, the academic and learners & community development programmes are appreciated for their services. Last but not least the support of institutions emanating from IDSP are acknowledged for their services, CYAAD, IDRAAK,

Amozgah and Alfalah without Walls. We would like to extend special thanks to the training institutions who have contributed immensely in enhancing the skills and knowledge of our Fellows. IDSP is grateful to Church World ServicesPakistan/Afghanistan for their support in training on Action Research. We would also like to extend our thanks to Empowerment through Creative innovation (ECI) Islamabad for their capacity building support. A special token of appreciation for the Secretary of Education, Government of Balochistan, the Directorate of Labor and Manpower, Social Welfare, Technical education and non-formal Education and UNICEF Balochistan, especially its Coordinator Mr. Tanzeem. UNICEF and Department of Education, Government of Balochistan for out sourcing impact study on community supported girl's rural primary schools in Balochistan to the Institute. INFAQ Foundation for its continued support through granting scholarship to two IDSP Fellows in counseling and humanistic emotional therapy. A word of appreciation for Mohammed Yasin, Admin & Accounts Officer, Trust for Development Studies and Practices, Naheed Khursheed and Shahida Zulikha for establishing the Karachi office. Barkat Shah Kakar for his support in resolving issues related to IDSP's operations and research. Azad Films, especially Jami Mirza for all support along

with material support. All Zaanth project team members. IDSP is highly indebted to Ms. Afia Salam for editing the present report. A final word of appreciation to the leadership of IDSP, Founding Director Dr. Quratulain Bakhteari for her commendable services to the youth of Pakistan through IDSP.

Saeed Shah Programme Director Academic Development Programme IDSP-Pakistan

Identity
The Institute initiated two processes to consolidate thirteen years of learning and the establishment of systems of learning at IDSP. At the same time, it was important to validate the Institute's learning courses and consolidate the attempts at attaining equivalence of IDSP courses with the regular courses offered by other academic institutes. A consultant was engaged, who studied all the IDSP documents, its courses, inception reports, evaluations, and retreat documents. She

Dear Friends, This year's Annual Report of the Institute for Development Studies and Practices is based on three inter-related themes;
Ÿ Identity Ÿ Standardization and Ÿ Outreach

produced the study which provides pathways for IDSP's future. While interesting facts have been thrown up through the study, one factor that remains constant is importance IDSP attaches to process (the heart of practice), which has been validated. Her report says “An overview of research methodologies shows that IDSP has recreated research as a distinctive and exceptional praxis tool that allows learners to absorb theory and test their understanding, without a focus on production of transmittable body of work that usually is definitive of research. So the emphasis is on the process of research itself, rather than what it produces. The process is closely monitored by mentors.” The study has proposed to the IDSP to take the path of intellectual entrepreneurship. The report is still under discussion and once the Board of Trustees approves it, the transition process will be initiated. A National Office has been established in Karachi. The office is catering to the institutional and growth needs of IDSP. The activities of the Trust are initiated here. Karachi is also paving the way to engage relevant quality support for IDSP's growth and development. The 10th Development Studies Course for the province of Sindh was conducted at the Karachi office. This course has paved the way for engaging Fellows to the learners from Sindh.

The report discusses the initiatives taken to consolidate thirteen years of practices by IDSP's young and energetic faculty and its Fellows. IDSP is focusing on its identity to establish its uniqueness as a space of learning for the young and vulnerable. Initiatives to take the IDSP's learning practices to the next level of creating learning systems and its impact to expansion are contained within the report.

Standardization
Study on IDSP, and Equivalence of IDSP courses. A position paper has been developed, based on a detailed study and in consultation with leading academics in Pakistan. This paper will help us understand how we should examine the process of equivalence. There is a need to deeply examine this process and the practices of IDSP, and understand the process and outcome of its Fellows. For example, four IDSP Fellows are now undertaking challenging assignments. They are engaged in creating their organizations. The College for Youth Activism and Development CYAAD is a national organization that has been developed by Raziq Fahim, Amozgah (Learning Center) has finally been registered as an independent organization born out of the practices of working with adolescent girls and boys, led by Marzia Khan, Alfalah without Walls, is the continuation of a doctor and a priest Father Auto's work with the Christian youth in Balochistan, led by Ilyas Indaryas, and Barkat Shah is embarking on the journey of creating a research-based institute IDRAK for Change. Together, these institutions have reached out to over 10,000 young men and women all across Pakistan, thus expanding the cause of IDSP. The themes of their interactions have been peace, youth activism, minority rights, adolescent's education and social research to track the impact of girl's education for policy implications in Balochistan. The Internal Course for Professional Development is ongoing. The purpose of ICPD is to develop the capacity of IDSP's internal Fellows in individual development, programmatic practices and institutional building and to enable them to work on their ideas by reconnecting themselves with their roots.

Outreach
70 Community Learning Centers have been developed. These community learning centers are preparing ground for basic entry points of potential adolescent Fellows, leading towards the higher Fellowship. 300 women graduates were surveyed for a study on women leadership potential; IDSP has been engaged in women leadership initiatives since 2003. Over 300 women have graduated from these courses. This year one of the course graduates, Sajida Khair Mohammed, took up the responsibility of re-connecting with the 300 graduates. She traveled on public transport alone, all across Balochistan and met with every graduate of all the seven courses. Interesting findings came to light; out of the 300, 217 women were employed, earning an average income of over Rs. 7000/- per month, while only 46 stayed at home after their marriage. Mother, Maa, is the initiative to prevent maternal mortality. 30 women are engaged in a course in midwifery at the Baqai Medical Center. The women are from rural Balochistan, where maternal and new born death rates are alarmingly high. These women are engaged to save the mothers and their newborns.

Dr. Quratulain Bakhteari

IDSP Mission
To nurture and develop individuals and communities that will change the power structure by demystifying the process of education and development, generate the value-based partnerships and practices at all levels.

External Vision
Develop politically, socially and culturally aware individuals who can create interdependent, selfreliant societies that guarantee and acculturate dignified living for all.

Internal Vision
View itself as a regional learning institution, recognized and known for its innovative learning mechanism for regeneration of repressed knowledge values and interdependent practices.

Table of Contents

Establishing a Trust for Development Studies and Practices Pakistan (TDSP) Charter Development of IDSP Community Development University Regional Expansion Networking and Collaborations Standardized Courses of Learning and Activism and its Replication and Expansion Offered Courses for Different Age Groups List of Trainings for The Capacity Building of Fellows and Staff IDSP’s Endowment Annexure

Establishing a Trust for Development Studies and Practices Pakistan (TDSP)

About IDSP
TDSP was registered in Quetta in 2007 under the TRUST act of Pakistan. IDSP was initially registered under the Social Welfare Act in 1999, when it was formally launched as a formal registered body. It was decided to first establish IDSP and its conceived programmes and then make a formal Board according to its needs, requirements and vision. As an evolving entity, with non-conventional approach to development, IDSP needed a mature, conscious and visionary team for nurturing based on experience. IDSP's founding team members resolved to create an Executive Committee. Since it was an internal, informal arrangement, five of its eleven members were employees of IDSP. No general body was called to elect the chair holders; it was a group of like minded people who agreed to give it a legal entity until IDSP shaped itself in a more defined manner. All the members played a key role in providing guidance to IDSP without controlling it. It is important to mention that three non-IDSP employee members resigned within the first year of IDSP's registration. One of the members never attended a single meeting. One long-term member joined politics after serving for seven years as IDSP's executive member. Three non-IDSP employees have been on the Board throughout. One of them is the founding director of IDSP, who has been a full time volunteer. Since 1998 she remains the Director of IDSP and also the founder of TDSP. In 2005, members expressed the need for a formal legal structure for IDSP and to explore an appropriate legal act that could ensure the security of IDSP's assets, and also provide mature leadership. A lawyer was hired for three months, several acts were studied and organizations visited. Finally in 2007 it was agreed that IDSP should have a Trust to protect IDSP's assets and to support, promote and sustain its programmes. This was needed to secure its identity and help the up-scaling of its impact on a sustainable basis. The remaining employed members became IDSP Fellows, and helped in establishing TDSP, and in the completion of the transition process. The IDSP Fellows established TDSP's national office with a team of management and finance personnel. Karachi office is now formally and fully functional with its financial and management systems. It coordinates and manages the overall activities and systems of its Fellows, their partnerships and programmes. This makes it easier to remain connected locally, nationally and internationally through the Karachi office.

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TDSP has been registered under the Trust act and has the following as its Trust members:

Names and Titles of the trustees
1. Dr. Quratulain Bakhteari, Founding Director IDSP/ TDSP 2. Prof. Barkat Ali Chairperson TDSP 3. Prof. Sultana Baloch, Vice Chancellor Women’s University of Balochistan 4. Dr. Asia Mengal, Director Regional Training Institute Quetta (Retired) 5. Ms. Ruksana Ahmed Ali Social Activist, Former Councilor 6. Ms. Kauser S. Khan Community Health Sciences Aga Khan University Karachi 7. Barrister Zafarullah Khan Islamabad.

TDSP focus areas are:

Ÿ To develop and empower the IDSP national programme center in Quetta to serve as a national center of learning and

practices. This empowerment has been ensured by creating and designing programmatic and institutional development systems and procedures of individual development, programme development and building institutional capacity.
Ÿ IDSP Fellows and its faculty provided the technical direction, enabling us to establish the Sindh campus in Tandojam Ÿ IDSP Fellows helped launch 3 campuses in Sindh Ÿ Created linkages with like-minded organizations or government programmes Ÿ Created basis for ten partnerships with IDSP's Fellows and graduates in Balochistan

IDSP's finance and administrative officer has been hired through a competitive process of selection. An orientation and capacity building training organized on the Quick Book software and other finance and administration related areas was held. For financial sustainability, IDSP uses the extra rooms in the TDSP office as a hostel and charges rent from the guests who stay there

Strengthened the main programming off ice
IDSP focused on strengthening its programming office in Quetta, Balochistan i.e. its core programmes, finance and administration systems. In this regard a study has been carried out for evaluating the overall past experiences of IDSP to develop strategies for its future programming across Pakistan.

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Historically, IDSP has been going through major structural changes after every three to four years. The strategic plan was developed up to 2010. It is felt that we require another set of structural changes to respond to the growing demands of the Fellows and the situation in the country. Since the Fellowship model has taken roots, it has been observed that Fellows are imbued with a sense of responsibility and independence, and are making some interesting progress. The existing internal and external analysis shows that their work is becoming more visible in terms of its outcomes and achievements. IDSP has nominated some senior colleagues and an external consultant to analyze the past experiences and give a way forward. The team is working to develop the first draft of the position paper. Two of IDSP Fellows, Sadiq Khan and Barkat Shah have launched an informative process of consultation at the national level for creating a position paper about future direction of IDSP. Many recognized intellectuals, academicians, practitioners and activists from all over the country have been consulted through this process. The consultation process is now in its completion phase. The team has developed the first draft of the paper for further refinement and betterment of IDSP academic courses. IDSP annual audit was conducted in the month of November 2010 by a recognized audit firm. The final audit report has been completed and submitted. IDSP has also sent the audit report to all of its funding partners. The audit report has been accepted by the World Bank for its Zaanth (A Balochi word which means knowing) project.

IDSP core programmes are focused on strengthening and expanding the worth of IDSP with clear impacts at all levels. Academic Development Programme (ADP)
IDSP has evolved as a learning space for the youth of Pakistan, especially Balochistan, who have been marginalized due to their not meeting certain standards and criteria (degrees, expertise); here they come together and strive to unpack the mysteries and mechanistic processes of development, learning and education. One of its major programmes which engages the youth in a theory and practice based course is the "Academic Development Programme" which strives to foster the intellectual and practical capabilities of the youth for the development of a self-reliant and peaceful society. Academic Development Programme offers courses for the young and motivated groups and individuals, who want to fulfill their dreams and strive to contribute to the processes of social change through their direct or indirect involvement. The Academic Development Programme has recently conducted its 10th Development Studies Course for the excluded youth of Pakistan.

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Learners and Community Partnership Programme (LCPP)
Learners and Community Partnership Programme is one of the core programmes of IDSP. It aims to strengthen IDSP learners' conceptually and enables them to work with their communities. IDSP has a number of learners having diverse experiences in different thematic areas. Learners from across Pakistan were engaged in IDSP's courses where they learnt an understanding of the dominant development paradigm, education systems, politics of development and its institutions, rights, political education and more. They also acquired research skills, and learnt about communication and professional development. After completion of the theory, the segment on practice or research (a process of identification of community issues, working with community, collective action) starts, where all the learners conduct their researches and take collective action towards problem resolution. The course resulted in establishing ten partnerships in 2010.

Women Leadership Programme
The programmatic basis of women leadership took place in the institutional structure of IDSP in 2009. It stems from the analysis of IDSP's initiatives and practice of working on women's' issues over the last five years. The analysis provided the logical basis for developing the Women Leadership Programme with three components
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Women Development Human Resource Development and Human Right Forums

The components are aimed at addressing and overcoming the gender strategic and practical needs in the context of human rights and peace. Women Leadership Programme launched its regular courses of human resource development in four districts of Balochistan, (Quetta, Mastung, Khuzdar and Sibi). These courses develop human resource at the local level and enhance understanding on development, rights and political processes. 60 young women have graduated from these courses.

Resources Mobilization Programme
Resource Mobilization Programme has been carrying out organized interventions for collecting and generating resources through various sustainable initiatives for IDSP's core programmes. The main focus of the programme in the coming years is the construction of IDSP's Community Development University building. The approach of the programme is multi-folded. It caters to a generation of resources through innovative livelihood initiatives of cut flowers, growing of grapes and raising a nursery. Another initiative is for tangibly understanding, practicing and promoting alternate energy sources.

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Charter Development of IDSP Community Development University
From Exclusion to Identity
On the basis of last twelve years' experiences compounded by internal and external evaluations, reviews, retreats and a series of reflections, IDSP has decided to carve its own niche. It intends to establish its identity by extending its outreach and academic processes. For this, it has been decided to establish a University of Community Development that will cater to learning and livelihood needs of the excluded majority of Pakistani youth. During the past 12 years of continuous consecutive practice, IDSP has evolved its unique pattern of human resource development, that engages the disillusioned and excluded youth to become agents of social change and sustainable development. The evaluation reports its ten year's courses culminating the diverse practices of human resource development both in the horizontal and vertical dimensions. In this connection, IDSP is going to devise an independent charter for the University that will be essentially guided by the principle of inclusion of diverse groups and motivated individuals. The charter for IDSP University will stem from its vision and core values. IDSP's vision of demystifying the power structure, for changing it by developing a critical mass will form the pivot around which the whole structure of the University and its charter will be constructed. The eligibility criterion, curricula, methodology, assessment process and a close link of theory and practice will all be guided by the principles and standards evolved by IDSP in its last twelve years' experience. As the idea of seeking any affiliation with the existing Universities runs the risk of transforming IDSP's efforts into any other formal educational institution, IDSP will maintain its approach and methodology both in theory and practice. IDSP will evolve courses for different audiences with relative standards and equivalence (with other formal educational institutes). The standards and approach will be guided by IDSP's vision, philosophy, experiences and the idea of inclusion of the excluded majority by establishing their own identity. Unlike the mainstream educational institutions, the charter for IDSP University will seek a close link between the education imparted and the livelihood opportunities for the graduates. Similarly, efforts will be made to link and relate the theory taught in the courses to the practices to make it more practical.

The process was
Ÿ Validation of IDSP 10 year's evaluation study report. Ÿ Sharing the findings of the evaluation report with larger groups of learners and other informants. Ÿ Developed a core group for devising a Position Paper on the basis of the report's findings. Ÿ Conducting more than 50 consultative meetings at all over the country for developing the position paper. Ÿ Developed draft of the position paper.

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Outreach
IDSP programme office has reached out to seventy rural communities of the Balochistan province where the formal and mainstream system of education has failed to facilitate the people and excluded the majority of youth and adolescents. IDSP has opened fifty community based centers and five district learning centers for the adolescents to include them through literacy, skills and livelihood programmes. IDSP also expanded to other provinces particularly in Sindh, where four community-based centers have been developed in the rural areas. These centers are mainly led by the Fellows who have graduated from the 10th Development Studies Course of IDSP. They have developed the centers in their native communities. In upcoming period of one year IDSP will focus to integrate its overall process and will clearly declare its future direction for strengthening the main national programme office in Quetta. Through its learners and community partnerships, IDSP has extended its support to some of its outstanding Fellows and graduates. These graduates and Fellows were previously engaged in different self-initiated projects. This year was instrumental in facilitating learners and Fellows in their innovative action projects. These learners had gone through the IDSP regular course and initiated some very interesting processes in their communities. Learners and Community Development Programme has developed a new strategy for bringing the graduate learners on board and supporting them both technically and financially in their action projects. IDSP is overwhelmed by the response of the learners and their communities and by the magnitude of the impact generated by these small scale learners' initiated projects. It also re-enforced our trust and confidence in young people of the country where surprising breakthrough could be made . Following are some of the glimpses of projects initiated by IDSP learners.

Workshop on IDSP's transitional process

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Regional Expansion

Analyzing the impacts of domestic violence on children and adults. Fellow name:
Saima Channa.

Practice area:
U/C Kotri District Hyderabad, Sindh Saima Channa belongs to Kotri, Sindh. She participated in the course as a learner. After the theoretical session, she focused on her ideas through the use of research techniques. She sensitized her community towards violation of child rights. With the support of a group which was developed by her, she started meeting with parents and school teachers regarding the impacts of child rights violations. She mobilized more than 1000 local women for countering the issue of child rights violations and conducted a provincial level seminar in which more than 300 people participated from all over the district. She is developing as a female councilor and community leader. After conducting the seminar she developed an advisory group of 15 provincial intellectuals and practitioners who will further develop the capacities of different community groups and individuals for countering this issue. At the end of her practice, she developed a communitybased child care center with the support of her community. More than 100 children come regularly in the center and Saima provides them educational, sports and skills opportunities.
Ÿ Developed a support group of local women. Ÿ Community provided space/ building free of cost for
Ms. Saima Chana Fellow of IDSP Pakistan with student of her literacy and skills center for children

Major achievements:

opening the child care center.
Ÿ IDSP provided Fellowship to Saima. Ÿ She conducted a provincial level seminar on the child

rights.
Ÿ She developed an advisory group of 15 provincial

intellectuals and practitioners. Conducted more than 20 meetings with community, stakeholders and children. She mobilized more than 1000 local women for countering the issue of child rights.

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To analyze and ensure quality education by making functional the primary schools in district Tharparkar Sindh. Fellow name:
Ghulam Murtaza Rahimoo

reasons, he presented them to the Executive Deputy Officer Education district Umer kot and other stakeholders. He addressed a press conference at the local press club and published the whole story in different newspapers and started an advocacy campaign for the betterment of primary education in his village. Ghulam Murtaza is now working on his idea and advocating

Practice area:
U/C Chanchro District Umer kot, Sindh Ghulam Murtaza is basically from district Umerkot of Sindh, and belongs to a middle class family. He applied for the course in March 2010. After assessing his potential he was selected by the IDSP faculty for the 10th Development Studies Course. His idea was “To analyze and ensure quality education by making functional the primary schools in district of Tharparkar, Sindh” and he selected an area (U/C) which is located very far from the city. This U/C is very depressed due to difficulties in access to cities, non-availability of public transport, desert conditions and hot weather. Therefore this U/C in particular, and generally the entire district is totally isolated from the mainstream system of education, health, and livelihood, etc. Murtaza identified many schools which were supposedly educating the children who had been enrolled there according to district education department's record/data but when he practically visited these areas, he found that the schools were closed and had not been regularly open for the past three years. The local people of this area testified that these schools were opened just for one or two days in a month. The feudal lords use the building of schools for their personal use. Ghulam Murtaza deeply analyzed the causes of nonfunctional primary schools. After identifying the

the issue at different level and with different stakeholders. He is also engaged with local NGOs and other stakeholders for resolving the issue. After the course IDSP developed a partnership with Murtaza's community by awarding a Fellowship to him.

Major achievements:
Ÿ Developed a support group of more than 10 organization

and 5000 community members.
Ÿ Conducted a research over the issues of primary education

in district Umerkot of Sindh.
Ÿ Signed a Fellowship agreement with IDSP. Ÿ Initiated an advocacy campaign to ask the feudal lords to

release the schools buildings.
Ÿ Opened a community center with the support of IDSP

and his native community.

Mr. Ghulam Murtaza is meeting with community’s youth in district Umarkot

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Creating peace through mysticism. Fellow name:
Ayaz Nizamani

behind the creation of human being, understanding the universe and nature. IDSP Sindh is an initiative of such a concept which is going to appear in its practical shape.

Practice area:
Badin city District Badin, Sindh Ayaz Niamani is basically from district Badin in Sindh and belongs to a middle class family. He came through the process of extensive theory and practice during the 10th Development Studies Course. He selected an idea “creating peace through mysticism” to revitalize the natural ways of peace and development. After completing the course he presented his idea/concept to IDSP. It was formally accepted after his assessment and IDSP awarded a Fellowship to him based on his idea. Ayaz's idea was to create a space for the graduate learners of IDSP in Sind. IDSP desperately needed a campus in Sindh where the ex-learners, Fellows and future learners could have a platform or a central unit from where they could share their experiences, and work together for greater social change. This IDSP campus in Sindh would work on alternative system of education for including the excluded members of the society. This was to focus more on internal development of youth and build their capacity as social change activists. This campus in Sindh would facilitate the IDSP Sindh Fellows who are working in different areas like agriculture reforms, child protection, education and peace through mystic music. The last mentioned was chosen because Sufism or mysticism is not bound to any religion or creed. Neither is it a group of people who work for their own fame or status but it is the process of knowing oneself, understanding the objective
Mr. Ayaz Nizamani Fellow IDSP-Pakistan has conducted a Suf i Music Programme in Tando Jam Mr. Ayaz Nizamani Fellow IDSP-Pakistan is taking session at Badin city Sindh on Emotional Health of youth

Major achievements:
Ÿ Hired the Sindh campus building and signed an

agreement with the building owner
Ÿ Purchased necessary equipment for the campus. Ÿ Awarded Fellowship to Ayaz. Ÿ Conducted review of Sindh learners. Ÿ Organized meetings with local mystic singers and poets. Ÿ Opened a separate account for the Sindh campus. Ÿ Developed the concept paper, annual plan and budget of

the Sindh campus.
Ÿ Designed the quarterly programmatic activities for the

Sindh campus.

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Exploring new techniques for countering the downfall (deterioration) of red chilies in District Umerkot, Sindh Province. Fellow name:
Qurban Bhatti

on open ground. Now his technique can effectively protect chilies and its seed from damage, fog, rain and dust, and helped produce chilies which can fetch a comparatively good price in the market. Bhatti sent two samples of chilies, one processed through the traditional method and the other through his technique, to a reputed and well known laboratory of the country for analysis. The laboratory declared that the sample processed through his technique was free from fungus, aflatoxin and bacteria and the traditionally processed sample had 80 per cent fungus, aflatoxin and bacteria. After introducing the modern methods of drying, dehydration, processing and packaging it would increase export price and further improve the quality of the produce. Qurban has engaged his community in the overall process of his practice and established a strong network/support group. Now he can produce chilies with zero per cent fungus, aflatoxin and bacteria through a low-cost and timesaving technique.

Practice area:
UC Manjah and UC Gapna, Tehsil Kunri District Umerkot, Sindh Qurban Bhatti is basically from district Umarkot and Tehsil Kunri which is a small town of Umerkot district, and produces 85 per cent of the country's total production of red chilies. Qurban was very disappointed by the mainstream system of education which supported/ facilitated one class (elite) of the society. He applied for the course with commitment, courage and enthusiasm to challenge the mainstream system of education while practicing his own idea of community development. Chilies get infected with aflatoxin, fungus and bacteria during all stages of production, especially from picking to marketing. When chilies are laid on open ground under the sun they gather dust, which invites fungus. The USA, European Union and Japan had imposed a ban on its import from Pakistan because of presence of aflatoxin, caused by moisture, according to Qurban's study. Red chilies are the largest economic resource of the region. These countries believed chilies' with aflatoxin posed a serious threat to human health and might cause cancer. During his practice he used two sheets of water-proof coarse cloth, which could absorb heat, and kept the chilies between them for 48 hours. The sheets saved them from moisture and dried sooner than the traditional method of spreading them

IDSP developed a partnership with Qurban and his community for further strengthening and developing them by supporting his idea.

Major achievements:
Ÿ Community provided a free of cost building for office

including required furniture, telephone, laptop, internet and other necessities.
Ÿ Dawn (an international newspaper) published Qurban's

case study.
Ÿ District research department provided space to Qurban

for further research and explorations.
Ÿ Qurban reactivated the district research department

which had been inactive for the past several years

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Creating a Space for Young Writers Fellow name:
Mohmmad Younas Gangove

media regarding citizen's rights

Practice area:
Khuzdar Younas, from Khuzdar is an IDSP graduate of the development course, and is also an IDSP Fellow. He has continued his Urdu journal on human and social issues of Balochistan. Younas is a very dedicated writer and editor, and through his journal, highlights the issues of Balochistan's people. He publishes articles and reports of young writers who do not get the opportunity to be published in the more mainstream publications. These include male and female writers belonging to Younas' hometown Khuzdar. He is spreading the culture of critical writing. Most of the writers in his journal are Baloch women. Younas has started formal training on creative and critical writing for the young. He has trained more than 60 young male and female writers of the Khuzdar district. He is also a resource person with different organizations, and has developed a Writer's Forum in Khuzdar.
Ÿ 50 people were trained as professional human rights
Mr. Younas Gangow is sharing his progress about his idea

Benef iciaries/Results:

writers and reported on rights-based issues for the publication
Ÿ 6000 people directly and round about 2000 indirectly

are made aware of the concept of citizenship, human rights and the issues of missing people in Balochistan
Ÿ Mobilized a group of more than 100 local writers to

develop a Writer's Forum which will write on right based issues in district Khuzdar
Ÿ Started a public debate by publishing articles, reports,

case studies and columns in Magazine “Tanqidee Shaoor” on the issue of missing people and citizen's rights violation by the State and its agencies
Ÿ Enabled the local communities to report to the media

Major achievements:
Ÿ Trained more than 50 local young people as writers by

in case any person is kidnapped by State's agencies

conducting 3 training on professional writing skills and citizenship
Ÿ Published 6 monthly issue of publication “Tanqidee

Shaoor” which is circulated directly to more than 6000 people
Ÿ Conducted 5 meetings for developing a Writer's Forum

of local writers
Ÿ Conducted orientations for community on the role of
Mr. Younas Gangow Fellow of IDSP-Pakistan Khuzdar is sharing his ideas with the representatives of Fund for Global Human Rights

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Developing local organization through networking and advocacy Fellow name: Shareef Shambezai Practice area: Makran
Shareef Shambuzai from Makran is IDSP's graduate of rights based development course and a Fellow working on the rights of indigenous people. With the support of local communities, he started activism and reclaimed the rights of 3000 Baloch families displaced by the construction of Mirani Dam in Turbat, Makran in Balochistan. Shareef has completed a detailed case study on the issue of Mirani Dam. He also had a documentary produced by “Azad Production Company” after getting assistance from IDSP. Shareef is now organizing his community after a long process of mobilization and is demonstrating in front of government officials i.e. Chief Minister, chief secretary, divisional and district administration for the compensation for the people affected by the Mirani Dam. He has continuously been getting reports published in different national and local newspapers about the issue. The affected communities met with the Deputy Commissioner, Commissioner, and Chief Secretary of Balochistan under the leadership of Shareef Shambezai. In a major breakthrough, Chief Secretary of Balochistan visited the affected areas and formed a committee of government officials including 2 members from the indigenous affected communities. Commissioner Makran has submitted a summery to the Chief Minister for the approval of the compensation of Mirani Dam victims, and it is expected to be approved. Shareef Shambezai received approval for the drinking water tank in the affected areas and completed the basic formalities to start work on it. Currently he is busy in establishing a community center/office in his own community. The community also got approval for a water motor by a local NGO, for Karez water. He also published a research study on Mirani Dam. Shareef completed a one month human rights based course in Lahore with the support of Center for Human Right Education. He is now going to establish his own organization with the support of the community and IDSP.

Objectives of Shareef 's Organization
To highlight the issues of Mirani Dam and ineffectiveness at policy level to rehabilitate and re-accommodate the affected communities of Mirani. To develop the capacities of indigenous communities that will enable them to raise awareness regarding their basic rights which are now dominated by the influence of power structure and a certain class.

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To enable the affected communities of Mirani Dam to counter the socio- economic, educational, political and rights issues at the grassroots level.

Strategies for achieving the objectives:
Ÿ Conducting public meetings, seminars, workshops at the district, provincial and national level Ÿ Publishing reports, articles and news in different newspapers of Balochistan. Ÿ Using media as a means for raising awareness regarding the violations of basic human rights. Ÿ Developing a strong network with different stakeholders at provincial, national and international level. Ÿ Developing the capacities of motivated and voluntarily working core group members who are working on the issues of

Mirani Dam.
Ÿ Demonstrating and pursuing the case of Mirani Dam at provincial and national level Ÿ Using research/ evidence based reference points for advocacy.

The above mentioned strategies have been chosen after a detailed research/investigation. The research and its findings have proven that the above mentioned strategies can support us to easily achieve the goals. Secondly, due to various issues of law and order, this way of doing work is safer. These are the ways to protect and promote the rights of indigenous communities
Mr. Shareef Shambezai Fellow of IDSP-Pakistan is sitting on a Hunger Strike for the issue of Mirani Dam in District Kech

Mr. Shareef Shambezai Fellow IDSP Pakistan is in a meeting with H.R.C.P vice chairperson Ms. Hina Jilani

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Sustainable community development Fellow name: Abdul Hai Practice area: Village Kamal Zai, District Pishin
Abdul Hai, is a young graduate learner of the IDSP's 2008 Community Development Course. Based on his previous performance, IDSP awarded a Fellowship to him so that he could sustain his community development work with participation of his community. Through this Fellowship he is working in a Pushtoon community village Kamal Zai in district Pishin. During his Fellowship period, Abdul Hai, emerged as an outstanding professional for the development of his community. He managed to mobilize the divided community of Kamal Zai and helped them to come together for the creation of new solutions to increasing water shortage in village. He was able to launch a community derived project for reviving the traditional sources of agriculture water for more than 1000 acres of land. This land had dried up because the 120 years old Karaz (man-made underground water channel) had become non-functional. Hai organized his community around water resources and emerged as a community leader for sustainable livelihood for the indigenous people of Kamal Zai. This energy has been sustained and the community has become active in engaging with the district government and other development agencies to strive for their rights. In Pishin district, which neighbors Afghanistan, almost all villagers who left their lands have come back and have started to work on their lands. Abdul Hai is working on projects of World Bank for growing a forest on 10000 acres of land; he is also organizing young people for education and computer literacy as well and educating them through informal sessions to keep them away from vested interest groups. Currently he has got a project from UNDP, which started in March 2011. This project would support his community in developing pools, vessels and providing agricultural tools i.e. trickle and bubbler system for irrigation. Hai continues to support female teachers for educating the girls of his community. With the support of his community, he has arranged means of transportation for the people as there was no local transport to connect them with the city. Hai initiated a project with the support of Balochistan Rural Support Programme BRSP, which will provide seeds, loans and technical support to farmers and other needy people related to the same field of work.. With the help of the Health Department, Hai initiated and mobilized the people to combat gastro virus when the whole

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village of Kamal Zai was affected by it. They treated and provided medical support to more than 600 people of Kamal Zai.

Major achievements:
Ÿ Rehabilitating the 150 years old Karez through participatory community actions. Ÿ More than 400 families have benefitted from this project as they could return to cultivate their lands. Ÿ All those villagers who left their lands due to unavailability of water, have come back and started to work on their lands. Ÿ Collaborating with UNICEF and local community facilitated the construction of the primary school in his native village.

Around 300 girls are now able to get education in a quality environment.
Ÿ Connected the local community with UNDP and got a project for developing tools, vessels and providing agriculture tools

i.e. trickler and bubbler system for irrigation.
Ÿ Abdul Hai took a project of more than 20 Million PKRs. from World Bank UNDP for Forestation on the 2500 Acres land

provided by the local community.
Ÿ Abdul Hai has become an icon of development for his community. He has been recently elected as chairman of the

development organization
Ÿ Took a project from BRSP for more than 2.5 million Rs. for agricultural development. Ÿ Treated and provide medical support to more than 600 people of Kamal Zai which were affected by the gastro virus during

last year.
Ÿ Hai developed a group of more than 20 youth and is engaged in their education. Ÿ Organized free tuition for the youth to help with their subjects. Ÿ Organized educational activities and learning classes for the elders of community.

Mr. Abdul Hai Fellow IDSP-Pakistan is sharing his progress with other fellows of IDSP in a meeting at IDSP Hanna campus

Mr. Abdul Hai Fellow IDSP-Pakistan is sharing his annual progress in IDSP off ice Quetta

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Literacy, skills and education Fellow name:
Marzia Barat and her community based organization “Amozgah”.

a baseline survey, Amozgah is delivering a project, entailed “Qubtumar”. This project is mainly supported by AHAN and IDSP. Through this project Amozgah has formed a group of 40 women who are the direct beneficiaries of the project. These 40 women have learned different skills of designing and color combination and embroidery. During this year Amozgah has trained 50 girls in the field of embroidery and home based work.

Project Area:
Mominabad, Quetta Amozgah registered as independent Nonprofit, Nongovernmental and Nonpolitical organization in 2010 under the directorship of Ms. Marzia Barat and IDSP signed an agreement of partnership due to Marzia's previous performance as a Fellow. Amozgah has gradually evolved as a unique space for integrating the learning and livelihood especially in the least developed and economically deprived community. It is an offshoot of IDSP-Pakistan innovative project “Breaking the Poverty Cycle: Empowering Adolescent Girls and Boys to become Agents of Social Transformation” with the support of UNESCO in September 2002. The project's primary goal was to generate a process of improvement in poor livelihoods, by targeting poor adolescent girls, through broad based activities as well as through advocacy for favorable policy. Ms. Marzia Barat showed outstanding leadership in sustaining Amozgah Center through her close and sincere relationship with local community and other stakeholders and currently the Amozgah center is working on basic literacy, skills and education courses in collaboration with IDSP. Amozgah has developed a mechanism of collaborated courses with BEFARE organization during last year. After

Major achievements:
Ÿ Amozgah registered as an independent board and

organization as independent not for profit, nongovernmental and nonpolitical organization.
Ÿ Amozhag signed a partnership agreement with IDSP. Ÿ Amozgah organization trained more than 600

household working women. More than 400 women are working with Amozgah in the different skill development and basic literacy skills.
Ÿ 20 young men and women participated in the active

citizenship training with the support of College of Youth Activism and Development (another partner of IDSP).
Ÿ Amozgah developed different networks within the

country.
Ÿ Due to the current situation of Quetta, Balochistan,

Amozgah youth group organized peace event in Marriabad Quetta. More than 300 young men and women participated in the event.
Ÿ Director Amozgah visited India for a study tour. Ÿ Amozgah opened a new component of beautician

training in their organization.
Group Photo of Amozgah team with Director IDSP Dr. Quratulain Bakhteari

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Al-Falah Without Walls: Fellow name:
Ilyas Inderyas

Project area:
Christian Community, Quetta Inderyas happened to be a founding faculty member of IDSP who has meaningfully contributed to the institutional development process of IDSP since its inception in 1998. While following his commitment and ideals, he has created a very strong institutional basis for the least developed and socially marginalized Christian community in Quetta Balochistan. IDSP has been providing Fellowship along with the technical support to his team of “Al-Falah without Walls (AWW)”. This year was dedicated to peace and interfaith harmony while conducting particular programmes at AlFalah without Walls because the country has witnessed a series of sad events especially against the religious minorities.
Mr. Ilyas Inderyas Fellow IDSP and Director Alfalah With Out Walls is sharing the progress of Alfalah with out walls in IDSP fellow's review

During this year Al-Falah Without Walls (AWW) focused more on conducting a third party evaluation that enabled AWW to strengthened its programmatic and various institutionalization aspects, developing systems, multiplying and scaling up through efforts for creating support and developing new partnerships. In order to develop its own independent and legal identity, it has been decided to get Al-FalahWithout Walls (AWW) registered as a non-profitable institution working for the marginalized religious minority communities under the 1860 Societies Control Act.

Summary of Major Activities
SKILLS AND LIVELIHOOD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (SLDP) This programme provides and enhances the occupational and applied skills of the marginalized youth who do not have the opportunities of formal schooling. A group of young boys and girls have completed a certificate course in computer literacy with enhanced applied programmes. A group of young boys and girls have completed a certificate course in English language. A number of young girls and boys have been supported to complete thematic singing, music and several musical instruments.

Benef iciaries / Results
Ÿ 60 young boys and girls completed computer

courses.
Ÿ 60 young boys and girls completed English

language courses.
Ÿ 125 young boys and girls supported for thematic

singing, music, and instrumental learning.

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YOUTH COORDINATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (YCDP): This programme provides the opportunity to the marginalized youth for becoming a responsible community member through providing the opportunities for critical thinking, leadership skills, reflective learning, main streaming, youth exchange, and learning of peace, interfaith harmony in an organized and systematic way. AWW organized in its programme office a 5 day Active Citizen Training in collaboration with the British Council and the members of Youth Parliament of Pakistan. AWW gave Fellowship to 3 females for participation in IDSP's 10th Development Theory and research Course. Later, these Fellows were facilitated by the Director AWW as their mentor in their community based action projects. Al-Falah Without Walls (AWW) organized a Youth Exchange Visit to Ziarat valley at the end of IDSP 10th Development Course with a group of young men and women from diverse ethnic, religious, linguistic and social backgrounds. The resources of this visit were mobilized by the Fellow of AWW through visiting various philanthropists and ex-students of AWW. AWW conducted a 4 Day Training of Human and Minority Rights in collaboration with Strengthening Participatory Organizations (SPO). Core team of Fellows and Directors AWW read a conceptual and thematic paper and held a seminar to a provincial level conference organized by SPO on the themes of peace, harmony and the role of minorities in the context of Balochistan and its prolonged unrest and turmoil in the province. Later the team members of AWW presented thematic singing and music in order to further strengthen the themes of peace and harmony in the province.
Ÿ 40 young male and females completed 5 days active

citizen training in collaboration with British Council and Youth Parliament of Pakistan.
Ÿ 3 young females have gone through eight months

Theory and Action Research Course from IDSP and practiced their learning in their respective communities with community actions researches.
Ÿ 45 young boys and girls for the youth exchange visit

that had diverse socio-religious and linguistic backgrounds.
Ÿ 20 young core group members (male and female)

for the public debate and dialogue on peace, harmony and social justice.
Ÿ 20 young core group members and a choir of young

men and women
Ÿ 40 young core group members and young male and

female students for peace and interfaith harmony.
Ÿ 3 young females for the doing feminist contextual

Christian theology for women participation and rights in theological matters.

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PARENTS AND COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION PROGRAMME (PCMP): This programme is meant for the awareness and mobilization of the parents, community and civil society at large for the acceptance of diversity, social justice, interfaith peace and harmony and socio-cultural and political pluralism and mainstreaming of the marginalized minority Christian community. Conducting Third Party Evaluation (TPE) with a group of all core group members, students, parents and social, political and religious representatives of Christian and mainstream community/civil society members. TPE was conducted with a participatory approach to understanding various programmatic and institutional trends and to come up with strategies for strengthening the organization and scaling up AWW's programmatic and institutional areas. A series of stakeholder and beneficiaries session were conducted in order to seek the programmatic and institutional support and cooperation from all the beneficiaries and stakeholders. AWW organized Peace and Unity Festival in order to promote peace and interfaith harmony with large groups of civil society members coming from diverse religious and socio-ethnic backgrounds. In order to develop its own independent and legal identity it has been worked out to get Al-Falah Without Walls (AWW) registered as a non-profitable institution working for the marginalized religious minority communities under 1860 Societies Control Act.
Ÿ 250 students, parents, and civil society members

from the Christian and mainstream communities participated in the Third Party Evaluation through FGDs for the organizational strengthening, growth and scaling up the programmes of AWW and its institutional development.
Ÿ 250 beneficiaries and stakeholders participated in

the sessions.
Ÿ 1 young Fellow for the Action Research Course

with the significant finding of the action research. 60 male and female community members were involved as the primary data sources in the research and its learning and future actions that will be followed up later.
Ÿ 300 participants for celebrating Hindu religious

festival with the Christian civil society members on Dewali for promoting peace and interfaith harmony with the religious minority groups in the country.
Ÿ 1000 civil society members for peace and interfaith

harmony festival.
Ÿ Created various collaborations and partnerships.

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College of Youth Activism and Development (CAYYAD) Fellow name: Raziq Faheem Project area: Quetta National (Focusing Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkawa) CAYYAD is the fellow organization of IDSP founded by IDSP's Fellow Raziq Faheem. It was registered in 2009 under the Societies Act 1860, with the mission statement of “striving for the development of young people for selfreliance and tolerance, facilitating them to capitalize their potential for sustainable peace and development at all levels.” CAYYAD built good partnerships and linkages with different organizations, donor agencies and communities and also initiated youth oriented variety of innovations in Balochistan and KPK. Summary of Major Activities
Training programme launched for the youth of Quetta and Swat on the subjects of citizenship, peace-building, identity, intercultural dialogue and social actions

Benef iciaries / Results
Ÿ 120 young citizens got training in areas of citizenship, peace-

building, identity, inter-cultural dialogue and social actions. The training enabled new cohorts of young leaders to be engaged in positive social activities and get connected to their peers across the GCC countries.

The youth connected through social medial (Face book, Ÿ Youth involvement in online dialogue increased up to 60 GCC portal) and gained visibility through their posts and online activism. percent. More than 300 posts have been made on different issues by the young leaders with their peers in other GCC member countries.

Awareness-raising campaign regarding health issues in global action month of Health.

Ÿ The young people in Swat and Quetta planned and delivered

6 sessions, engaging around 240 young participants in communities and educational institutions. Again, it was an enriching experience for them as they have been facilitated to design, conduct and facilitate sessions on their own. Subsequently, they uploaded the pictures of their activities and engaged in conversation with their peers through the GCC portal. The discussion is still on going and it is encouraging to note here that Pakistan has the maximum posts on the portal around issues of health and HIV AIDS.

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Raziq Fahim Director of CAYYAD and GCC staff in Pakistan awarded Honorable Mention from Peace X Peace in 2010

Ÿ Raziq Fahim, GCC staff in Pakistan awarded Honorable

Mention from Peace X Peace in the 2010 Community Peace Builder Award Competition. The Community Peace Builder Award honors a person who builds cultures of peace at a community level. It is awarded to a peace builder who is responsible for spearheading activities that promote a peaceful, just, equitable, and healthy community, and inspires others to do the same.

Partnerships and networking with different organizations and networks

Regular Partnership in Programme with;
Ÿ Mercy Corps Ÿ British Council Pakistan Ÿ Voluntary Services Organization UK Ÿ Practices Ÿ Aman Etihad and OASIS Ÿ Ashoka

Strategic Partnership
Ÿ South Asian Network to Address Masculinities Ÿ Men Engage
CYYAD has organized a peace rally on solidarity day

Ÿ Partnership Forum on Volunteerism and Active Citizenship. Ÿ Youth Parliament of Pakistan

Mr. Raziq Faheem fellow of IDSP-Pakistan / Director CYYAD is busy with youth in a session

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Networking and Collaborations
Non-governmental departments:
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Qatar hospital

Seven midwives who were taken as IDSP'S Fellows, have completed their three months practice-based course at Qatar hospital School of Midwifery and Nursing, Dr. Shershah of Qatar hospital has enrolled the IDSP Fellows in his three months refresher midwifery programme. In the month of November 2010, the seven Fellows of IDSP had taken computer classes and English language classes. They will also design local community support for their midwifery services in their areas in Hub, a sub district of Lasbella in Balochistan.
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Therapy works

Therapy works is an organization of highly skilled professionals, including experts with over 25 years of experience in dependency, leading psychiatrists, psychologists and dieticians. Two of IDSP's Fellows (Shahida and Naheed) are enrolled in a one year course of therapy in emotional health and humanistic counseling at Therapy Works in Karachi. Currently they are in the processes of examination which will be followed by international certification. They also organized training for IDSP programming office staff and Fellows on humanistic counseling.
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UNICEF for formulation the provincial education policy

In order to address the situation of girls' primary education, Community Support Process (CSP) was initiated in March 1992 with the support of World Bank, Government of Balochistan, USAID, UNICEF, and rural communities of Balochistan. As a result of the CSP, 87% girl's enrollment was recorded in 1992-93. By 1998 the total number of girls' schools established by CSP was 2, 058, which is four times as compared to the one recorded in 1990. The number of girls enrolled in schools in 1998 was 203000. It is deduced that 3000 young women from the CSP villages were selected as government teachers in these schools. In order to capture the evidence=based impacts of the CSP, Institute for Development Studies and Practices (IDSP), along with the UNICEF's Gender Equality project and Government of Balochistan started the study in six divisions of the Province. The sample districts include Pishin, Mastung, Loralai, Naseerabad, Jaffarabad, Kech and Sibi. There are six research teams each comprising of 1-male and 1-female. The recommendation of the study is to be taken as a formal policy to be approved by the provincial government.
IDSP’s research team led by Dr. Quratulain Bakhteari is meeting with Unicef and other stakeholders of CSP process

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Infaq foundation

Infaq Foundation is financially supporting IDSP in the construction of the Community Development University at Hanna in Balochistan. With this financial support, IDSP has completed the first phase of construction i.e. boundary walls, and languages and IT section. Second phase of construction has now started in which two hostels for male and female students, one academic building block housing the computer lab, resource center and a class room is planned. Infaq Foundation has agreed to continue its support. IDSP installed alternate energy sources to meet the energy needs of the campus. Infaq Foundation provided funds of more than 7 million PKRs in the previous year. On its part, IDSP conducted a three week course on the concepts and practices of community development for the community health councilors of Infaq Foundation in Karachi. The course was led by IDSP faculty members Naheed Hassan and Shahida Yousaf. The certification ceremony of the course was held on 3rd February 2011 at IDSP Karachi office.

Governmental departments:
Ÿ Local Government Department (Sindh civil and local government academy)

Sindh Civil Services and Local Government academy provided its hostel for the period of two month during the first theoretical phase of the 10thDevelopment Studies Course in Tandojam Sindh. IDSP availed the services of academy i.e. their resource center, computer lab, class rooms, auditorium and other facilities of the academy.
Ÿ Rural Development Department (RDA Balochistan)

Rural Development Academy Balochistan provided its hostel to IDSP for the period of one and a half month where the second phase of 10th Development Studies Course was organized. Rural Development Academy has always provided support to IDSP whenever needed. IDSP had started its journey from the same academy in 1998. Currently IDSP is planning to avail the services of Rural Development Academy for the 11th Development Studies Course 2011 and RDA management has already agreed to support us.
Ÿ Technical Education Department Balochistan

IDSP has signed an MoU with the provincial department of technical education Government of Balochistan. According to this MoU, the Technical Education Department will provide financial support for initiating/strengthening one skill in the Loralai district where IDSP is already working through its own centers. This MoU of partnership has been signed for one year and it will be further extended as per IDSP's progress.

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Ÿ Balochistan Education Department for impact analyses study of the community support programme.

Education department of Balochistan has provided support toconduct an impact analysis study of the experiences of Dr. Quratualin Bakhteari during community support programme projects, implemented during the nineties decade. This study resulted from the milestone decisions taken by the Government of Balochistan and UNICEF. In 1991, the government of Balochistan had created a component of beneficiaries' participation in the promotion of girl's education. After almost 19 years the relevant government department and UNICEF have agreed to investigate the impacts of Community Support Process (CSP) on girl's education and gender equality. CSP is a methodology of building partnerships with the people for promoting girl's education in any excluded and/or ineffective system of education for girls. Thus it is a means to an integrated approach for connecting the various essential segments of the civil society for the promotion of girl's education in rural Balochistan.

Director IDSP Dr. Quratulain Bakhteari is presenting a concept paper to Secretary Education and off icials of Education Department Balochistan

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Standardized courses of learning and activism and its replication and expansion
Evaluation and standardization of IDSP courses through f inalization of the Third Party Evaluation of IDSP courses
Since its inception, IDSP has always followed a trajectory stemming from constant actions based on deep reflection and evaluations. In this regard, reviews and evaluations of internal and external modalities have been carried out. In 2008 when IDSP completed its 10 years of institutional journey, it was decided to launch a thorough Third party evaluation (TPE) which could assess the effectiveness of process (Human Resource Development in Pakistan) in IDSP. The Third Party Evaluation is based on learners and IDSP faculty as the informants. IDSP faculty and Board members gave their inputs on the report during and after the report was produced. The reservations of the group were communicated to the consultant for improving the draft. As a result a validation process was launched for an objective conclusion of the overall process. In this connection, the TPE validation study was launched with the TPE respondents in four different clusters i.e Hyderabad, Quetta, Loralai and Khuzdar. The validation process aimed to share the findings with at least 33% of the respondents. In this connection a number of 33 learners were invited to participate in the findings-sharing validation workshops. As in TPE report, the ratio of male and female participation remained 62% and 38% respectively therefore, the number of male and female participants in the validation workshop was finalized on the same formula that is 20 male and 13 female respondents. Criterion for the selection of learners in the validation workshop was guided by the various determinants, i.e gender, geographical location, representing the different courses, age, etc. The list of the learners with first and second priority was developed with the support of LCPP and shared with all the faculty members in the loop. The first priority list was exercised; the learners who gave their consent were finalized while the other learners who regretted were substituted by the second priority list. It was expected to capture a 25% of the learner's respondents who participated in the TPE. The four workshops catered to a total of 38 learners which is 45% of the total population of respondents. Therefore it strongly reinforces the point of views validating the report. The validation workshops with the learners helped a great deal in providing IDSP with a clear stand point and road map for its future. The validation of the TPE synthesizes the findings of TPE and validation study. The process of Third Party Evaluation was carried by Prof. Karamat Hussain former VC Bahudin Zakaria University Multan.

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Offered Courses for Different Age Groups

Offered courses for different age groups:
IDSP-Pakistan has devised a plan and offers different kind of courses to different age groups.

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Improving Child Protection Measures by Involving Key Stakeholders through Dialogue and Interventions (for 4 to 9 year old children)
The project “Improving Child Protection Measures by Involving Key Stakeholders through Dialogues and Interventions” had jointly been initiated by IDSP-Pakistan and UNICEF in 2010 for a period of 8 Months (May-December 2010). The project aimed at providing a protective environment to working and street children exposed in motor garages and streets of Quetta city. The project also sensitizes people living in nearby communities on child protection issues and in services such as birth registration, basic non-formal education, health and hygiene services, knowledge and awareness, psycho-social support, recreational activities, livelihood skills and religious education, and medical facility in three CPCs of three union councils in Quetta district.

Major Achievements:
Ÿ 1622 working and street children (982 boys and 640 girls) benefitted from the Three Child Protection Centers services i.e.

basic literacy, health & hygiene, psycho-social support, physical checkup, LSBE, knowledge and awareness, Islamic education, livelihood skills and recreational activities.
Ÿ 6 (2 girls & 4 boys) case studies have been identified and documented. Ÿ 104 (34 girls & 70 boys) participated in a special event. Ÿ 118 adolescents engaged in a sports event (38 Girls) (80 boys in Cricket tournament). Ÿ 52 peer educators (27girls & 25boys) trained around the areas of child protection. Ÿ 53 community members (male) and CP staff trained around the prevention of common and hormonal diseases. Ÿ 154 community members (68 male & 86 Females) made aware & sensitized on child protection issues such as Violence,

abuse, exploitation, discrimination and neglect through four quarterly meetings.
Ÿ 80 community members and parents were made aware & sensitized on child birth registration. Ÿ 50 girls in 2 CPCs (25 girls in Sabaoon CPC & 25 girls in Gro shak CPC) completed the courses of livelihood skill and

basic literacy and at end of course they were awarded the course certificates.
Ÿ 50 girls developed their linkages with markets for the promotion of their work and now they are able to help their family

financially.

Students of “Improving Child Protection Measures by Involving Key Stakeholders through Dialogues and Interventions” presenting their creations

Students of “Improving Child Protection Measures by Involving Key Stakeholders through Dialogues and Interventions” are busy in painting

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Improving health, nutrition and education of children (age level 4 to 9 ): Goals of the programme:
“To provide basic assistance & necessary support of Basic Health, Education and Nutrition for the vulnerable children of flood affected areas of Jaffarabad district of Balochistan”

Programme objectives:
Ÿ Establish 4 Children and women Service Centers in 4

Tehsils of District Jaffarabad in Balochistan.
Ÿ To provide services of health and nutrition to 1000

children and adolescents and 600 women.
Ÿ To hold different training sessions, awareness

campaigns and special events and recreational activities for children and women.
Ÿ To provide cooked food for 600 children in four

service centers on three days a week.

Literacy class at IDSP’s community based center Jaffarabad

Learners' Registration process
Goth Ghulam Mohammad: 251 Children & 156 Woman, Goth Allah Dina Rind 247 Children & 138 Woman, Goth Musharaf Khan Khoso 261 Children & 126 Woman and Bhatti Muhallah Dera Allah Yar1280 Children & 150 Woman are to be registered.

Graduation seminar of IDSP Literacy course

IDSP is providing cooked food to 4 to 9 year’s children

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Literacy Classes for children
After the assessment and registration of the Learners' process, IDSP stared literacy classes for children in WCSF's.

Health and Hygiene Sessions
After the establishment of WCSF centers and completion of the village assessment process IDSP team organized H&H sessions in each and every WCSF centers H&H sessions is to be continued

Life skill based Education
Ÿ Life Skill Based Education is to be continued from March 15thonwards. Ÿ 475 woman having Life skill based education. Ÿ Marketing and sales awareness sessions are including in life skill based education for local handicrafts.

Psycho-Socio Activities
After starting literacy classes and provision of nutrition based food, the IDSP team felt the mental tensions in the children after flood effects and organized psycho-socio activities with children for removing fears related to floods from their minds.

Nutrition Process
After completing the learners registration, and starting literacy classes IDSP team organized a medical camp in each and every WCSF center and started providing nutrition based food for the weak and disabled children.

Achievements:
Ÿ Completed Village Assessment Process Completed Learners Registration process and registered 1039 Children. Ÿ Started Literacy Classes for children. Ÿ Started Provision of the Nutrition Based Food to weak and disabled children Ÿ Started Designing and Conduction Process of the Health and Hygiene Sessions Ÿ Started Designing and Conduction Process Psycho-Socio Sessions Successfully.

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An innovative programme of literacy, Education and Livelihood (ZAANTH in Local Language, means to learn) (For 10 to 19 year old adolescents) Scope of the programme:
The basic purpose of the programme is to establish an innovative non-formal education system fully aligned with the social, cultural, and skill needs of rural Balochistan. It will help to create, develop and professionalize human resources required for establishment of community -based learning centers and training as a programme for out of school children and youth (age 1019) in Balochistan. This programme will contribute to create diverse learning opportunities using non formal pedagogy and practices for out of school children and establishing public-private partnerships, developing systems, policies, processes and need-based literacy and skill learning programmes in 5 districts and 50 communities of the Province. IDSP has won a grant from Japan Social Development Fund ( JSDF) for this initiative and World Bank is administratively giving support for its implementation.

Main Objectives of the Programme:
Ÿ Create, develop and professionalize human resources required for establishing education and training as a programme for

out of school children and youth in Balochistan
Ÿ Create diverse learning opportunities using non formal pedagogy and practice for out of school children and youth in

Balochistan
Ÿ Establish public private partnership to create and develop systems, policies, processes and structures for educating out of

schools youth and children

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Students at Zaanth’s district based learning center

Parents meeting at Zaanth’s community based learning center

Electrician course for girls in Zaanth learning center

Mobile repairing course’s students in Zaanth learning center

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Hanna Educational Programme (for 10 to 19 year old adolescents)
Hanna Educational Programme is basically a community partnership programme which was initiated with the partnership of Hanna community for educating their new generation. The area is very deprived due to unavailability of quality education. On the other hand, there is not any non-governmental system for educating the children. The community had shown its interest in educating the new generation. IDSP Pakistan is already working through construction and developing a Community Development University in the same area. IDSP initiated this programme to educate the excluded children of the community who are not being facilitated by the mainstream system of education. Hanna Educational Programme was started in August 2010. IDSP decided to give a kind of a programme to the community in Hanna according to their livelihood. This is to be linked with the age old practices that the people of the area have been experiencing. For initiating the programme IDSP had made a computer, English language, literacy and tuition center.

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Women leadership development courses (for 20 to 25 year old women)
Without the participation of females, any progress or development is incomplete. This is why IDSP initiated the Women Leadership Development Programme to develop their hidden qualities and also to provide opportunities for enhancing their leadership skills. IDSP has developed such courses for5 districts of Balochistan. The aim of these courses is to provide opportunities for women who want to take part in social, educational, economic, and cultural matters.

Objectives
Ÿ To develop the capacity of and leadership skills of young women of Balochistan and educate them about democracy, human

rights and development issues.
Ÿ To encourage women to participate in local politics and to seek out leadership positions in their communities to ensure that

women's voices are heard in decision -making bodies. MGDB Faculty has conducted eight courses in Four districts of Balochistan, namely Mastung, Khuzdar, Sibi, and Quetta with on Creating Learning environment, Self-awareness, Leadership, Gender, Status of Women in Pakistan and violence against women, Governance and local Government, Human Rights, and Community development. Some 60 young women who had dropped out from schools due to social obstacles participated in the course. These courses comprised of theory and practice and internship was also given to them. The course was of a one year duration. Interns of the course have analyzed personality, families matters, regional progress, role of the local government and some others problems.

Major Achievements:
Ÿ 60 young women graduated from Main streaming Gender and Development Courses. Ÿ In this course interns conduct 2 month awareness -based short course on capacity building sessions for 30 young girls and

transfer their information to others.
Ÿ Community gave good support for the entire duration of the course. Ÿ 20 articles of interns were published in local newspaper and magazine (daily INTAKHAB & TANQIDI SHAOUR). Ÿ All interns of MGDB from its inception gathered at each district campus to reorganize their coordination with campus and

each other and also collectively make efforts to overcome social issues.
Ÿ A group of active and interested interns was formed for working locally for facilitation, development and welfare of women. Ÿ 60 illiterate young women become literate and were trained on different embroidery skills, sewing, cutting, handicrafts, beg

making baby garments.
Ÿ 20 girls got basic training of Information Communication Technology. They are operating computers and doing basic work

through computers.

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Gender equity Programme (for 20 to 25 year old women)
The “Gender Equity Programme” was focused on women empowerment through youth focused literacy programmes. Adult literacy programme had been jointly initiated by IDSP-Pakistan and UNESCO Islamabad since May 2010. The programme aimed at providing basic literacy and skills to illiterate and unskilled women of 20-25 years in five CLCs of district Quetta. The programme has created and nurtured a cadre of 250 illiterate young women as fellows of IDSP in Quetta Balochistan. The programme has been implemented in two phases of six months each. It has sensitized the communities on women empowerment through community mobilization and participation. The programme has also built the capacity of these 250 Fellows around different themes such as life skills, leadership and income generating techniques by holding different capacity-building workshops. The faculty of the programme has also enhanced the concepts and knowledge of Fellows on self-awareness, gender, social issues, health (maternal health, mother & child health care, immunization, personal hygiene, etc.), fundamental human rights, role of women in decision making, community development, agriculture and environment, conflict resolution, at the local level to bring a healthy and positive change in the village women's thinking and behavior. The space created by the programmes has provided technical and vocational skills in helping these Fellows' source ideas of income generation once they are equipped with the skills and literacy classes and will provide these Fellows small grant livelihood projects to initiate their process projects.

Major Achievements:
Ÿ 171 girls registered and enrolled in past three months. Ÿ 10 members were awarded the membership of SABA-PAKISTAN. Ÿ 171 girls were made aware and sensitized on women rights, community development, self, gender and income generating

skills.
Ÿ Linkage developed between learners and shop owners of the CLCs surroundings. Ÿ Process projects carried out with 123 learners and sewing machines & skill material distributed among them. Ÿ Capacity building workshop with all staff members & selected learners on E-business was held successfully. Ÿ Skill products of 3 CLCs were displayed at an exhibition held at Serena Hotel Quetta. Ÿ 5 CLCs displayed their material in LOK VIRSA exhibition held in Islamabad. Ÿ 2 learners of process project are rendering services in Community Learning Centers (CLCs).

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Active citizenship and peace -building courses (for 20 to 25 year olds)

Skills and livelihood development courses (for 20 to 25 year olds)

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Summary of Major Activities YOUTH COORDINATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (YCDP) This programme provides the opportunity to the marginalized youth for becoming responsible community members through providing opportunities for critical thinking, leadership skills, reflective learning, mainstreaming, youth exchange, and learning of peace, interfaith harmony in an organized and systematic way. AWW organized in its programme office a 5 day's Active Citizen Training in collaboration with the British Council and members of Youth Parliament of Pakistan. AWW gave fellowship to 3 ladies for the participation in IDSP's 10th.development theory and action Research course. Later these fellows were facilitated by the Director AWW as their mentor in their community based action projects. Al-Falah Without Walls (AWW) organized a Youth Exchange Visit to Ziarat valley at the end of IDSP 10th. Development course with a group of young boys and girls from diverse ethnic, religious, lingual and social backgrounds. The resources of this visit were mobilized by the fellow of AWW through visiting various philanthropists and exstudents of AWW. AWW conducted a 4 day Training of Human and Minority Rights in collaboration with Strengthening Participatory Organizations (SPO).

Benef iciaries / Results
Ÿ 40 young men and women completed 5 days active

citizen training in collaboration with British Council and Youth Parliament of Pakistan.
Ÿ 3 young ladies have attended eight months of Theory

and Action Research Course from IDSP and practiced their learning in their respective communities with community action researches.
Ÿ 45 young boys and girls diverse socio-religious and

lingual backgrounds selected for the youth exchange visits.
Ÿ 20 young core group members (male and female)

selected for the public debate and dialogue on peace, harmony and social justice.
Ÿ 20 young core group members and a choir of young

male and female people formed.
Ÿ 40 young male and female students for peace and

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10th development studies course (for 25 to 30 year olds)
Summary of Major Activities Conduct of 10th Development Studies Course:
Ÿ Twenty (20) young motivated girls

Benef iciaries / Results

Community Development Courses are the core of the ADP programme. In this regard ADP initiated the 10th Development Course in Balochistan and Sindh with 20 learners (male/female) belonging to both provinces, having different religions i.e. Islam, Christianity and Hinduism. Unconcerned with all that was happening in the outside world, the learners and faculty of the 10th development studies course practiced the true values of mutual love, respect, tolerance, peace and religious and ethnic harmony. Learners from Hindu, Christian, and different sects of Muslim backgrounds actively participated in a six month theory and practice -based development studies course. The session started with verses of Quran, Bible, and poems of Bhajans, Veidas and also with Peace Music. It was for the first time that the community seminars for the learners were organized in their own communities. Community-based Seminar by Learners: During the field practice the human rights activists/ learners of 10th Development Course organized twenty community seminars at all over the country of which ten seminars were conducted at Balochistan and ten in Sindh respectively. The learners shared their findings and experiences regarding their human rights activism. The seminars aimed to protect the rights of indigenous communities, create and promote awareness regarding human rights and their violation, citizenship, transformation etc. The communities and human rights learner's families shared their points of view in seminars especially the comparative analyses before and after the course about the learners. Learners Practiced Researched Based Ideas / Themes: After completion of theory of course, learners launched their researches, social action projects on the following themes in their respective communities;

and boys, ten each from Balochistan and Sindh) become community leaders and initiated people centered actions at the grass root levels in different communities of Balochistan and Sindh.
Ÿ Approximately Three thousands

(3000) people were made aware throughout the country through their direct and indirect engagement in the development studies course.
Ÿ Communities were made aware

about their basic rights. They were engaged with the learners for generating viable, people centered and rights based actions.
Ÿ Documented learners/activists'

researches and started evidence based advocacy on different socio economic issues, during field practice.
Ÿ As one of the outcomes 5 graduates

of Sindh and 2 of Balochistan sustained their practices over their ideas.
Ÿ As one of the outcomes 5 graduates

of Sindh and 2 of Balochistan sustained their practices over their ideas.

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Summary of Major Activities 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. Ensuring the basic rights of home-based women Identifying and ensuring the basic rights of rural women and taking initiatives to reduce their mortality issues. Analyzing the prisoners' rights in the context of human rights and initiating an advocacy campaign for their basic rights. Analyzing the causes of militancy in Pushtun society and its impact on the youth. Analyzing the impacts of home -based Violence on children and adults. Identifying the causes and Raising Awareness about the issue of pure drinking water in Basti Panchait community (minority communities). To ensure the basic rights of drug addicted youth and children. Critical analyses of the education policy implementation at primary level of education. To help and understand the issues of emotional health of youth. Impact of Gutka/Manipuri on the health and economy of working class. Identifying the success stories in Christian community from Quetta. Impacts of deforestation in districts Tharparkar and initiating awareness campaign for countering the issue. Causes of Dropout from primary schools. Impacts of multinational corporation seeds and their other products on the production of red chilies. Skilled women and their economical problems. Assessing the causes of non-functional schools in Tharparkar district. To help and understand the issues of emotional health of youth.

Benef iciaries / Results
Ÿ The communities based these

interventions in different localities i.e., Jaffarabad, Bolan, Kharan, Noshki and Quetta and have resulted very strong and effective c o m mu n i t y n e t wo rk s . T h i s network will be further engaged with the learners/ activists of these courses in future.

Group photo of 10th Development Studies Course’s faculty and learners during its graduation ceremony

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Midwifery as Leaders of Safe Mother Project “MAA” (for above than 30 year old professionals)
Concept paper of this project was written by Dr. Quratulain Bakhteari after the visit of Swat where the army operations against the Taliban occupation of Swat started in 2008 or 2009. She went over to Mardan and Peshawar and had meetings with the affected people and came up with some ideas on how IDSP could support them. It was a very painful situation that women were expecting babies in camps which had no facilities for these expectant mothers. According to a rough estimate, some 60,000 women were pregnant and would be delivering babies within three to eight months. Many needed immediate medical support. The women had no prior experience of hospitals and midwives or lady doctors; traditionally the babies were delivered at home like a natural process assisted by knowledgeable older women in the families or tradition birth attendant in the communities. The issues were discussed amongst the group of individuals (mentioned as above). After exploring several possibilities the team came up with this resolution that “Establish Maternity Centers” in the camps. Based on this experience IDSP developed a project for midwives' training for community-based midwives in Balochistan.

Objectives:
Ÿ Develop a new professional cadre of midwives in Balochistan Ÿ To develop physical bases for practicing their profession Ÿ To initiate a process of overcoming the maternal mortality ratio in Balochistan Ÿ Establish community support for midwives Ÿ Refreshers and further institutional and community support
Learner of IDSP Midwife course is practicing in Qatar Hospital

Outcomes:

Ÿ Seven Midwives completed their 3month course based on theory &practice of midwifery; three are presently

enrolled in Qatar hospital. (See first report on the training of midwifery project) each midwife has delivered more than 100 babies, thus overcoming their shortcoming of practice and have gained confidence. Ÿ Now midwives are establishing their community health centers for women for safe motherhood. Achievements:
Ÿ First batch of midwifery has been completed successfully. Ÿ After three months practice-based training, the midwives serve their community in a better way and they are gaining the

trust of their community. Ÿ After three months of training, 5 midwives joined the organization and they served in the rural areas. Ÿ Second batch of midwives passed the pre-test in higher marks and they are doing well.

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Community development course for the community councilors of INFAQ FOUNDATION (for 30 years plus professionals)
A course was designed and conducted for INFAQ's women health counselors. The course lasted from 13th Jan to 26th January 2011. Self-awareness module was started on 13th to 16th January. Course themes are mentioned below:

Themes:
1. Self-awareness and self-acknowledgment 2. Gender 3. Community Development

Deliverable skills:
Ÿ Presentation Ÿ Documentation Ÿ Coordination Ÿ Analysis

Major achievements:
Ÿ Developed a curriculum for the community development courses. Ÿ Delivered a 15 day course for the community councilors. Ÿ Educated/ trained 35 community councilors as professionals. Ÿ Strengthened the partnership with Infaq foundation.

Internal organizational management systems through ICPD (internal course for professional development)
Year 2010 was fully focused on the practices of the Fellows of Internal Course for Professional Development (ICPD) while different refresher training were conducted by the Fellows during the year 2010. Purpose of ICPD is to develop the capacity of IDSP internal Fellows in individual, programmatic and institution building and to enable them to work on their ideas by reconnecting themselves with their roots. IDSP has defined Fellowship as a learning opportunity for the motivated individuals who have their vision, ideas, and a commitment to social development. Internal Course for professional development started during the month of August, 2008. The concept for this course was written by founding director of IDSP around the concept of individual, programme development and institution building by the young people. During the year 2008, 15 days of theoretical sessions were organized by the faculty where the all district-based Fellows participated. By the end of the course, all the Fellows had developed their practicing assignment. During the year 2009, all the Fellows continued practices of self, family, programme development and initiated the process of institution building. It was overall a rich experience for the Fellows who enhanced their understanding of programme development.

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Khuzdar, Mastung, Sibi and Quetta district-based IDSP campuses initiated the process of institution building and programme development in the campuses. We believe that these institutions will emerge as local institutions at grassroots level. ICPD has organized 3 review and reflection sessions for the fellows for progress sharing. ICPD provided opportunity to the Fellows to have tutorials with their respective mentors and get feedback from them to enhance their learning and developed their 2010 learning contracts. All those Fellows, whose duration of learning position has been completed, resigned from their new learning contract after qualifying for the new learning positions. After signing the new contracts all Fellows conducted their presentation within IDSP and presented their new plans and ideas. ICPD enhanced its mechanisms and refined its learning contracts for the Fellows. According to the new learning contract, it is necessary for all Fellows to write daily dairy, monthly, quarterly and annual report and submit to their mentor. All Fellows will be having separate blogs/facebook accounts for connecting with the globe. The integration committee reviewed the reports and shared the feedback with the Fellows and helped them to develop their next learning plan and incorporate the activities which need to be part of their plan in the coming quarter. ICPD has organized three trainings of professional development for the fellows of IDSP. Four IDSP Fellows completed their four months research training. Excellent hard work was done by IDSP Fellows, for al Fallah Without Walls director Ilyas, Mubashir Naqvi AJK IDSP resource center, Ms. Kamal Jan lead faculty of District Mastung campus and Safdar Hussain faculty member and Fellow for IDSP University of community development. ICPD provided opportunity to the fellows for their training and capacity building beyond the province. a group of seven Fellows of IDSP traveled to Lahore for training at ASR institute for training on Gender studies.

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List of Trainings for The Capacity Building of Fellows and Staff
List of delivered Trainings for the capacity building of fellow and staff:
Ÿ Training on library science Ÿ Monitoring and evaluation courses Ÿ Training of trainers on facilitation skills Ÿ Course f inance and accounting

Training on Resource center and library management (for more than 30 year old professionals). Background:
After completing the visits to district and field libraries of IDSP-Pakistan it was recommended that a capacity building training must be given to librarians of IDSP-Pakistan's field and district libraries. After those assessments a 2 day course was designed for the librarians.

The Goals and objectives of training:
The goal of the training was to impart knowledge and skills of the tools and techniques used for library management, book selection, classification, reference sources and services policy implementation, monitoring and control.

The Training Objectives:
Ÿ To make the librarians aware of what their responsibility is Ÿ To make the librarians aware of how to classify the books in their libraries Ÿ To make the librarians aware of how to manage their library Ÿ To develop library policies

The Content of The Training were

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Monitoring and evaluation course for IDSP fellows and staff (for above 30 year old professionals) Objectives:
Ÿ Define the M&E frame work for projects Ÿ Develop LFA of the project Ÿ Develop MIS (Management Information Systems) tools Ÿ Define and design reporting mechanism and formats Ÿ Develop guidelines for evaluation of the project

Training Contents
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Introduction of Monitoring & Evaluation Presentation of Baseline Findings Introduction of Log Frame Setting Up of Goal and Purpose of any Project Presentation of Group Work Setting Up of Outputs of Project Listing of Activities under Outputs Project Setting up Performance Indicators at all levels of Project Objectives Continue Indicators setting 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Listing of Moves/MIS tools MIS tools and their Variables MIS tools and their Variables (Continue) Defining Reporting Mechanism Defining Reporting Formats Database development Supervisory Checklists for monitoring Project Evaluation Guideline Sharing of Draft LFA Sharing of Draft MIS tools Sharing of Reporting Formats

Facilitators' Detail:
Dr. Anjum Fatma (Senior General Manager MER-HANDS) Mr. Maqbool Rahu (Manager Education-HANDS)

Participants' Detail:
All project teams including the project manager were the part of this training.

Major achievements:
Ÿ All project and staff members were taught the monitoring
Monitoring and Evaluation course IDSP Pakistan

and evaluation mechanisms. Ÿ Developed a log frame for the project. Ÿ Enhanced the mechanisms of monitoring and evaluation. Ÿ Developed the capacity of team members.

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Training of Trainers with IDSP's budding trainers
This document presents the opportunity of organizing an intensive Training of Trainers with IDSP's budding trainers. The module and methodology proposed is conceptualized based on input from the training department. This 5-day “Train the Trainers” will seek to equip participants with the tools, models and skills needed to make learning sessions absorbing and effective. Participants will:
Ÿ Develop qualities necessary for trainers Ÿ Identify facilitating needs and set facilitating objectives Ÿ Determine facilitating contents and exercises, design the process and make session plans Ÿ Have an understanding of the basic principles of learning, as well as a general understanding of learning styles of different Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ

people Apply effective facilitating and facilitation techniques to retain attention of the audience Have an understanding of teaching and presentation skills Generate desired behaviors by overcoming resistance Handle difficult situations and manage anxiety Evaluate the effectiveness of facilitating impact

This intense TTT is equipped with Reading assignment, MAD & Interpretative reports, Written exam & Project presentations.

S.No 01 02

Themes Attitude to learn and facilitate Presentation skills

Highlights
Ÿ Shedding Conditionality Ÿ Technical skills required in training

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Handling difficult audiences & situations

Ÿ Experiential learning:

Developing exercises & simulations and case studies
Ÿ Implementing learning

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TNA, Programme Design &Learning styles

Ÿ Training Need Analysis Ÿ Understanding programme design & delivery

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TTT module & Final Presentations

Ÿ Delivering TTT programme Ÿ Post training evaluation Ÿ Written exam & Project presentations

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Participants:
1 Project Manager 10 Project Coordinators 5 Districts Coordinators 20 District Mentors

Duration of the training:
5 full days

Methodology

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Training on f inance and accounting:
In the year 2010, IDSP focused on strengthening of the systems and mechanisms etc. In this regards a training on finance and accounting had been conducted for the IDSP finance section. An expert from Karachi had been engaged for this training. The training was mainly focused on the standardization of IDSP finance systems according to the international financial systems. A software (Quick Book) has been introduced during training for the finance and accounting of IDSP. The benefits of Quick book are that once you have generated a report, it will make a PDF file, covering letter and then you can email that report to the concerned person, vendor, donor etc. One of the important features of Q.B is of its Preferences. By using preferences finance team can adjust Q.B according to their own requirement or our company's requirement. Another important feature is of Reminders, Q.B reminds various important things off and on.

Content of the Training:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Quick review of basic accounting concepts, terminologies. Difference between manual and computerized accounting. Importance and advantages of computerized accounting. Develop a company or organization on Quick book. Menus of Quick book like File, edit, view etc Difference between class and item Importance of assigning class Item type Chart of Accounts Customer Center How to create invoice for services Estimates and quotations 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Creating various vendors Customizing vendor's detail Quick report of all the vendors Entering the bill and then paying the bill Recording discounts Inventory management How to transfer deposit and receive funds Payroll section of Quick Book How to create and manage data base of all the staff How to create pay slip of all the staff. Budgets and Forecasts How to set up budgets in Q.B How to manage it Q.B generate various consolidate report

Major achievements:
Ÿ Enhanced the capacity of the finance team. Ÿ Introduced and implemented the Quick Book software. Ÿ Trained the finance team in Quick Book software. Ÿ Initiated the Q.B software in daily finance work Ÿ Started uploading data on the Q.B software. Ÿ Generated some reports from Q.B software.

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IDSP’s Endowment
Trust for Development Studies and Practices has its own vehicles which cost more than 7 Million PKRs which IDSP charges from the projects on monthly basis. Beside this TDSP has its own building for the programming office whose estimated cost is more than 50 Million and TDSP takes rent from this for strengthening the endowments. Founding Director of IDSP and Trustee of TDSP Dr. Quratualin Bakhteari voluntarily donates her salary to TDSP endowment. Currently more than 3.7 million Rs. balances is available in TDSP endowment account.

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Annexure

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