Our Projects

To establish a prosperous, peaceful and productive society, FRD is engaged in services delivery both for long term development as well as humanitarian assistance. FRD works with various humanitarian and development actors and also receives support from Individual philanthropists and Public donations. Following is a brief description of our ongoing and completed activities.
  •  Tent Shelter Jalozai Camp'01 July 2012'

    Tent Shelter Jalozai Camp

    Jalozai IDPs camp, 35 kilometers southeast of Peshawar, Pakistan, is one of the largest of 150 refugee or transit camps in Pakistan and home to Afghan refugees since the 1980s. The Camp, at that time, was hosting about 8,166 families mostly from Khyber Agency and some IDPs form Swat, Bajaur, Mohmand Agency and also some Afghan Refugees.
  •  Emergency Shelter Assessment and Distribution for Returning IDPs of Kuram Agency'01 July 2012'

    Emergency Shelter Assessment and Distribution for Returning IDPs of Kuram Agency

    The conflict situation in Kuram Agency had always been multi dimensional and included sectarian violence as well as armed conflict within the community and between government forces and non-state actors. Thousands of people had been displaced from their homes and were forced to live in camps and host communities in other areas during the time of conflict. In February, 2012 all the warring sides of sectarian conflict reached a peace agreement which allowed the IDPs of both sects to settle down in their native villages.
  •  Shelter Repair Kit Assistance for Kurram Agency'01 March 2012'

    Shelter Repair Kit Assistance for Kurram Agency

    FRD entered into an agreement with UNHCR to restore normal life in the areas of return for returnee IDPs both of sectarian violence as well as conflict between military and militants. The project would provide shelter repair kit assistance to 1,000 returnee IDP families which would facilitate more than 7,000 individuals to live a life of dignity.
  •  Shelter Solutions for Spontaneous Camps in Charsadda and Nowshehra'01 January 2012'

    Shelter Solutions for Spontaneous Camps in Charsadda and Nowshehra

    Monsoon floods of 2010 left millions of people homeless across the country. Those people who had some resources or got some assistance from humanitarian organizations managed to rebuild their homes. The most unfortunate and least resourceful people, mostly the tenants, neither had resources nor had a piece of land where they could resettle, and therefore, were forced to live in spontaneous camps which were established after the monsoon floods of 2010.
  •  Community Infrastructure Rehabilitation District Tank, Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa'01 November 2011'

    Community Infrastructure Rehabilitation District Tank, Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa

    Monsoon flood of 2010 in Pakistan was the worst natural disaster in the history of the country in terms of the colossal damages it caused to houses, infrastructure and livelihoods in wide spread geographical areas. The worst affected areas that were difficult to access received comparatively lesser attention. FRD, in addition to working in easily accessible areas, also extended its generous support to communities that were difficult to access.
  •  Shelter Repair Kit Assistance for 500 returnee IDP families in Mohmand Agency, FATA.'01 November 2011'

    Shelter Repair Kit Assistance for 500 returnee IDP families in Mohmand Agency, FATA.

    Security situation across FATA and Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa had been unstable for the last many years. Among the FATA agencies security situation varied from place to place. Some areas were severely affected and some were comparatively peaceful. Tehsil Safi of Mohmand Agency had been severely affected which disrupted life for a long time.
  •  Livelihoods Development, Program Facilitation'15 July 2011'

    Livelihoods Development, Program Facilitation

    Mohmand Agency is one of the seven districts (agencies) governed by the federal government under the FATA Secretariat. FATA is among the most backward areas of Pakistan, and well known for its volatile security situation. Therefore, towards achieving stability in FATA through long term development initiatives and to ensure peace in the region, FRD has entered into an agreement with Inter Cooperation (a Swiss based non-governmental organization) for facilitating the program for improving the livelihoods in the conflict stricken areas of FATA-Mohmand Agency in July, 2011.
  •  Shelter Repair Kit for South Waziristan returnee IDPs'01 May 2011'

    Shelter Repair Kit for South Waziristan returnee IDPs

    The day by day deteriorating security situation in South Waziristan Agency and the military operation against militants in the area caused hundreds of thousands of families from South Waziristan Agency to flee to peaceful districts and cities of the country.
  •  Permanent One room shelter for flood affected population in Charsadda, Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa'01 February 2011'

    Permanent One room shelter for flood affected population in Charsadda, Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa

    The worst floods in the living history of the country hit the country in monsoon 2010. The floods left millions of people across the country homeless. To respond to the needs of the flood affected population for shelter FRD started construction of 1000 permanent rooms accompanied by a kitchen and wash room for the vulnerable families in district Charsadda. The Project was supported by UNHCR with funding from Japanese Government.
  •  Camp Coordination and Camp Management; IDPs camp in Nahqi, Mohmand Agency'01 February 2011'

    Camp Coordination and Camp Management; IDPs camp in Nahqi, Mohmand Agency

    The security situation throughout FATA and Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa had ever been deteriorating since the geopolitical scenario of the region changed after 9/11. The security situation of Mohmand Agency had never been an exception and as a result major areas of the agency were out of the control of the government.