LAMP Pakistan with support from National Bank of Pakistan, initiates women skill training program for the rural women in Tharparkar Desert
LAMP Pakistan’ AGM 2014 was held at Hyderabad on 4th October, 2014, a special training session on “Good Governance” was conducted by our speaker guest from Australia
DATED 19 Sep 2014 UPDATES: Country wide flood losses stand at: 318 persons dead, 1,806,192 population affected and 2,324,427 acres of cropped area affected in Punjab, according to authorities; The flood water has entered upper Sindh through the Indus River. 122 camps have been set up in the six likely […]
According to recent reports from Field, the number of families affected by drought in Desert areas of sindh is increased upto 259,945families, and thousands of individuals are being treated or treated in different hospitals, however thousands of livestock including cattle, sheep, goats has been perished (livestock is only source of livelihood in these areas). Initial […]
Tharpkar (Sindh Pakistan) desert area affected by famine/drought and sheep-pox diseases claims hundreds of lives, and thousands at risk, for more information please contact us. Pakistan Civil Society joins hands together to support these children, women, and men to survive
This Lent Season, LAMP Pakistan encourages its supporters, partners, friends to adopt and sponsor a child from marginalized, poverty and disaster hit areas for better education, as LAMP Pakistan is supporting hundreds of children for the basic education, in safe, secure and child friendly schools, for more details please contact us
LAMP Pakistan started working in Punjab, initially with one office at Lahore, and soon coming Liason office at Islamabad, building capacities of people and organizations towords sustainable development through reaching the unreached.
LAMP Pakistan Annual General Meeting of General Body, Advisers & Core Management Staff was held at Hotel Indus on 26th & 27th April, 2013.
LAMP Pakistan is initiating sustainable solutions through local knowledge and scientific approach, starting a “Sustainable Agriculture Development Project” under its Livelihood, Food Security & Environment Conservation Program.