Group Development Pakistan

Group Development Pakistan

Group Development Pakistan (GDP) is a Civil Society Organization registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 working on protecting and promoting child rights and strengthening child protection and justice with children across Pakistan. GDP believes in a democratic and humanistic society in which the most important stakeholders-children- are acknowledged, respected and protected from all forms of violence and discrimination. GDP follows a holistic, creative, participatory, eco-friendly, child-focused and human rights-based approach.

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Promoting Child Rights and Participation in Pakistan for Juvenile Justice Reform (PCRPP)

Promoting Child Rights and Participation in Pakistan for Juvenile Justice Reform’ (PCRPP) aims to increase public trust in the state institutions

Protecting and Promoting Children’s Rights in Pakistan (PPCRP)

Progress toward these objectives will serve the overarching goal of strengthening the prevention of and response to child sexual abuse (CSA) in Pakistan.

4163: Counter Child Labour Through Empowering Government Institutions & Communities in Pakistan

The purpose of this project is to build upon lessons learnt from previous interventions co-funded by Swiss Solidarity in Pakistan to counter child labour and promote children’s rights in the federal capital

TAAWUN (Synergies)

Group Development Pakistan (GDP) in collaboration with Acid Survivors Foundation (ASF) Pakistan is implementing the project titled ‘TAAWUN’ (synergies) funded by EU under EIDHR (European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights).

DAP: Increasing Women’s Representation in Law

This project is aimed at increasing women’s representation in law. In doing so the project aims to hold a symposium on women’s representation in law


Police Officials Capacitated


Judges Trained


Lawyers Trained


Media Personnel Trained


CSOs Trained


Government Officials Capacitated


Community Members Sensitized and Trained

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Children Accessing Education


Children Accessing Child Sensitive Justice

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Children Trained/Sensitized


People Sensitized Through Social Media

Justice With Children in Pakistan