02-Day CSOs Training on Tax and Budget Advocacy 2018
Two days CSOs training workshop was conducted on tax justice and budget advocacy in Karachi, where Mr. Umar Cheema, Mr. Shahid Shah, Ms. Erum Sharif, Ms. Fiza Qureshi, and Hussain Jarwar gave detailed presentations on tax and budget advocacy. In the final day of training, the action plan was developed where 24 CSOs committed to carrying out 01-Day Training Session with male and female in their respective communities.
Community Training Sessions on Tax and Budget Advocacy 2018
24 Tax Justice Coalition Member CSOs from Punjab and Sindh carried out training session in their respective communities both at rural and urban centers where people from different walks of life ranging from local government officials, journalists, youth, teachers, religious leaders, women farmer, disabled- actively participated in these sessions on tax and budget advocacy.
Each CSO conducted session containing 30 persons each. In total 27 sessions throughout Sindh and Punjab CSOs engaged over 999 persons, where 403 were women, 591 were men and 05 disabled.
The following table shows that the beneficiaries to whom civil society organizations (CSOs) engaged with in various communities of Sindh and Punjab. In addition, the beneficiaries have also been bifurcated categories wise of all twenty-four civil society organizations.
|Date of Activity||Participants||Category|
|1||Community Development Foundation||Jacobabad ,Sindh||24th October 2018||15||18||33||Students, Lawyers, teachers, social worker activists, business persons, women entrepreneurs and 1 CBO|
|2||Damaan Women Developmen Foundation (Rajanpur )||Rajanpur||18th October 2018||22||16||38||Educationists, Teachers from Literacy Department, Political Persons, (Union Council Chairman) Students, Youth Leaders , shop keeper , Businessman Community members particularly females, House Wife , legal expert, Media Representatives , CSOs members & Social Activist.|
|3||EPO||Bhakkar, Punjab||22th October 2018||46||12||58|
|4||Gul-e-Fatima Development Foundation||D.G Khan||20th October 2018||22||9||31||CSO’s, Lawyers, House Hold women, government employees, representatives of chamber of conference and media person|
|5||Gorakh Foundation||Dadu||10th November 2018||24||03||27||Primary Teacher Association, Youth , Academia from Green Valley Institute, Media|
|6||Indus Future Foundation||Tando Muhammad Khan||27th October 2018||21||12||33||NGO ( HANDS, NRSP, BSSWA, KAWISH, BHITTAI Welfare )Media (GEO News, BOL News) , Lawyer|
|7||Kainaat Development Association (KDA)||Kandhkot City||20th October 2018||18||13||31||Students, Social Workers, LHWs, Teachers, Advocate, Journalist|
|8||Management Development Foundation||Village Siddique Jatt –District Badin
Chandan Mori, UC Peer Mashaikh, Taluka Johi, District Dadu
UC Kot Laloo, Taluka Faiz Gunj, District Khairpur
Padidan Town, District Naushehro Feroze
|18th October 2018
15th October 2018
17th October 2018
|109||45||154||Youth& Women Volunteers in MDF’s BC TACS Project (British Council’s Take A Child to School) .
Muhalla Committee Members in MDF’s BC TACS Project
Project Staff of MDF in Badin
|9||MRDO||Kumb Town||23 October 2018||16||17||33|
|10||NARI Foundation||Shikarpur||7th November 2018||27||25||52|
|11||NDF||Nawabshah||22th October 2018||05||20||05||30||Youth Women, CSOs, Advocates, Journalist, person with disability|
|1th Novemebr 2018||23||08||31||Youth, Women|
|13||RAHE Organization||Tando Allah Yar||20th October 2018||32||08||40||Memon Walfare Association, Education Departmentm PEP, ARTS Foundation, Social Welfare Department, , social workers and farmers.|
|14||Sustainable Development Foundation||Sanghar||21th October 2018||14||20||34||Students from Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University and Sindh University
Teachers, Community Representatives
|15||Sustainable Environment and Development Foundation ( SEDF)||Hall City, Matiari||28th October 2018||33||0||33||Social Activists, Media, Civil Society and Educationists|
|16||Society for Human Empowerment and Rural Development||MithaTiwana , Khushab||22th Octobr 2018||23||09||32|
|17||SRSP||Mirpur Sakro||24th October 2018||24||30||54||Students, Rural Women and Men|
|18||Women entrepreneurship Development Organization||Bahawalpur||23rd October 2018||01||26||27|
|19||WISE||Lahore||19th October 2018||12||23||35||Teachers, house wives, college student, female councilors|
|20||YAN||Lahore||12th November 2018||12||13||25|
|21||ERADA||Larkana||31st October 2018||35||2||37||Civil Society, Community Based Organization, teachers, students|
|22||I-Help Touching||Hyderabad||4th November 2018||19||12||31||Youth, Media , Academia|
|23||Rural Development Foundation||33||32||65|
|24||Taangh Wasib Organization||Lahore||20th October 2018||20||15||35|
Sessions on tax and budget advocacy were conducted in various districts of Sindh and Punjab to aware the local communities regarding taxes they pay and some know-how about the budget. At the end of each session, an action plan was developed where communities have to disseminate knowledge to their peer groups and respective areas.
02-Day CSOs Training on Tax and Budget Advocacy 2017
On the 23-24th of November 2017 two days CSOs training workshop was conducted on tax justice and budget advocacy in Islamabad, where Mr. Paul Groenewegen (Policy Advisor) generated gave detailed presentations on tax and budget advocacy. In the final day of training, an action plan was developed where each CSO had to carry out a one-day training session with male and female in their respective communities.
Community Training Session on Tax and Budget Advocacy 2017
24 civil society organizations (CSOs) from Sindh and Punjab most of them carried out training sessions in their respective communities both at urban and rural centers where the people from different walks of life – ranging from local government representatives and officials, journalists, youth, students, teachers, religious leaders, laborers, farming women, and transgender- these groups participated actively and meaningfully. Each CSO conducted two sessions one for men and another for women and in each group, 30 persons participated. In 47 sessions throughout Sindh and Punjab civil society organizations (CSOs) engaged over 1508 persons, where 710 were women, 776 were men and 22 transgender.
The following table shows that the beneficiaries to whom civil society organizations (CSOs) engaged within various communities of Sindh and Punjab. In addition, the beneficiaries have also been bifurcated categories wise of all twenty-five civil society organizations.
|1||Laar Humanitarian Development Program (LHDP)||Badin & Mirpurkhas||30||30||0||60||Youth, Community Members|
|2||ARTS Foundation||Mirpurkhas||30||31||0||61||Labor working women, students and teachers|
|29||33||0||62||Civil society and community members|
|4||HELP Foundation||Kot Mithan /
|52||9||0||61||Farmers, community leaders, jounralist|
|5||DUA Welfare Organization||Jampur||0||60||0||60||Community Representative, Farmers, Women,|
|6||Doaba Foundation||Layyah||36||28||0||64||Community representatives & local body representatives|
|7||Village Shahabad Organization||Johi/Dadu||31||38||0||69||community|
|8||Association for Water, Applied Education & Renewable Energy (AWARE)||Tharparkar||50||17||0||67||Students, Rural Women and Men|
|9||Sojhla for Social Change||Rajanpur||30||30||0||60||Students, religious leaders, local government , youth|
|10||National Economic & Environmental Development Organization (NEEDO)||Khairpur Mirs||33||43||0||73||Social workers, political workers, housewives|
|12||Sindh Rural Partners Organization (SRPO)||Hyderabad||49||40||0||89||Social Activists, Media, Civil Society and Educationists|
|13||Dharti Development Society||Thatta||59||46||0||105||Community members|
|14||Labour Qaumi Movement||Faisalabad||60||0||0||60||students, academia, media|
|15||Initiative for Participatory Development through Peace (IPDP)||Rahim Yar Khan||21||50||0||71||teachers, students|
|16||Participatory Strengthening Organization (SPO)||Hyderabad and Multan||29||40||0||69||Civil Society, Community Based Organization, teachers, students|
|17||Sangat Development Foundation (SDF)||Lahore||52||16||0||68||Students and teachers|
|18||KAFKA Welfare Organization||Lahore||31||30||0||60||teachers, students, media and civil society organization|
|19||Soofi Sachal Sarmast Welfare Organization||Kashmore||37||24||0||61||Community members, youth|
|20||Chanan Development Association (CDA)||Lahore||11||27||22||60||Community Member|
|21||Civil Society Support Program (CSSP)||Mithi||32||42||0||74||Youth and community women|
|22||Rise for Equality||Lahore||0||30||0||30||academia , jounralist, youth|
|23||Society for Human Advancement & Just Reform (SHAJR)||Gujranwala||44||16||0||60||community members|
|24||Community Development Concern (CDC)||Sialkot||30||30||0||60||Youth, media , Community Based Organization|