The Team HRDI, is the energatic, motivated, and visionary team of the world.
She is a social worker and well known lawyer. She is a Regional Coordinator for Interior Sindh. She continually raises her voice for human and women rights at large. She is a well-known personality and speaker in the legal and development sector, engaging the general public at any event, in a very delegate manner.
He has 4 years of experience in Software Development & Software Project Management. He is responsible to look after all the activities related to information Technology. He is also responsible to Maintains professional and technical knowledge by organizing, Lookafter and attending the educational workshops.
He has a 10 year of experience for network co-ordination and linkages. He is responsible of managing and maintaining the network, as well as network performance monitoring ,Identifying, installing and maintaining upgrades to the network, Developing a backup/disaster recovery plan for a network emergency
Humasar Research & development Initiatives [HRDI] is a not for Profit, non political organization has been working in different districts of Punjab, KPK, Sindh and Islamabad since 2012.The main areas of work are Education, Health, Environment, Disaster management, Women Empowerment & poverty reduction.
Decades of research shows that better- educated women earn more, have better jobs, and invest their earnings into their famlies. Considering many women across the globe work in informal or unpaid work, a steady job and higher wages translates into better outcomes for families. Every additional year of school a woman attends increases her wages by an average of 12 percent. Also, if she has above-average math skills she can earn 18 percent more.Donate Now
Increasing girls' education reduces infant and maternal mortality because educated mothers have fewer pregnancies, are less likely to give birth as teenagers, and are better able to seek and negotiate life-saving health care for themselves and their young children. Better-educated mothers have healthier and better-educated children, who are more likely to benefit from adequate nutrition and immunizations, attend school more regularly and longer, and study more frequently. On average, each additional year of school a mother attends leads to her children completing four more months of school by the age of 15 to 18.Donate Now
Women with higher levels of education have fewer children, are more likely to give birth for the first time later in life, and to have children more than two years apart. Specifically, reducing the number of girls giving birth before age 17 would promote healthier, smaller families. If all women had a primary education, early births could fall by 10 percent. If all women had a secondary education, early births could fall by 59 percent.Donate Now
Better-educated mothers have healthier and better-educated children, who are more likely to benefit from adequate nutrition and immunizations, attend school more regularly and longer, and study more frequently. On average, each additional year of school a mother attends leads to her children completing four more months of school by the age of 15 to 18.Donate Now
Girls and women who are better educated are less likely to contract and spread HIV/AIDS because they have more knowledge about how it is contracted and practice safer sex. For that reason, girls' education is often called the “social vaccine.” The same is true for malaria.If all young adults completed primary education, we could expect 700,000 fewer new cases of HIV infections each year, or 7 million in a decade.As for malaria, if all mothers completed a secondary education the odds that children would carry malaria parasites would be 36 percent lower.Donate Now
A high-quality education for girls is a critical strategy for preventing child marriage and improving the lives of girls who are already married. Across 18 of the 20 countries with the highest prevalence of child marriage, girls with no education are up to six times more likely to marry as children than girls with a secondary education.Donate Now
Educating women and girls improves their agency and empowers them. For example, women with higher levels of education are less likely to accept domestic violence, more likely to have control over household resource decisions, and have greater freedom to move about on their own. In a study of one African country, for every additional year of school a woman completed she was 10 percent less likely to believe domestic abuse is acceptable.Donate Now
Girls' education helps give women the skills they need to take on leadership roles in public life. In those roles, they are much more likely to advocate for decisions and policy that benefit family and community life, such as improved education and social services.Donate Now
Around the world, better-educated women are able to protect themselves and their families from the effects of natural disasters because they can provide higher quality of care for their children in the face of crisis and navigate the challenges posed to bounce back quicker. Deaths due to disaster could be reduced by 60 percent by 2050 if 70 percent of all 20-39 year old women completed lower-secondary school.Donate Now
HRDI has committed to its objectives and responsibilities and has been actively engaged in developmental initiatives in different districts of Punjab since 2012 are planning to work all provinces. HRDI has made efforts to respond to the marginalized population of the province through implementation of long and short term projects.
We are working for the hopless people who are looking for help and support from you, if you want to donate, please write to us! We will guide you in a best appropriate way to reach marginized people of the society.