Projects & Activities

  • National Leadership Camp:

First-ever Three Day’s National Leadership Camp organized on 10-12th of January 2015 in Quetta, Balochistan, in which more than 50 young peoples around Pakistan has participated in this leadership event. The reason for organizing such a camp is to identify the youth’s potential and give them exposure to inter-provincial issues and challenges, to facilitate them in bringing a positive change in the country.

2nd National Leadership Camp organized on 13-14th of February in Gwadar, Balochistan.

Balochistan Youth Summit 2014:

On 23rd of October 2014, Social Sangat organized Balochistan Youth Summit in collaboration with Chanan Development Association (CDA) and Y-Peer Pakistan. A one day‟s mega event was organized at press club Quetta where more than 250 young peoples from overall Balochistan has participated in the event.

Democratic Orientation and Voter Education ‘DOVE’

Since last three years through this project Social Sangat has been working for building democratic values and to involve young generation to peace building, democracy and decision making process in Pakistan.

  • ‘No Weapons But Love’

No weapons But Love campaign initiated by Social Sangat in collaboration with “Youth Against Arms” and also endorsed by Helper Development organization and National Youth Development Network. The aim of this campaign is to advocate peace, nonviolence and weapons-free world.

‘Sports for Development’

“Sport for Development” is another initiative of Social Sangat for promotion of Peace, harmony, culture and gender equality through sports.

Helping Hand for Flood Victims’ 2010

In 2010 & 2012‟ flood in District Jaffarabad of Balochistan, Social Sangat launches a campaign with the title of „Helping hands for Flood Victims‟. With the support of different National, International NGOs, Donors and Philanthropist Sangat has provided food & non-food items to about 1000 flood affected families of District Jaffarabad and also arranged free medical camp and different villages where free medical treatment provided to more than 5000 flood affected peoples.