Encouraging literacy program in the village for both the genders, divert attention women literacy, formal and informal education, training teacher admin staff and others.

  • Having access to basic clean water and a decent toilet saves children’s lives, gives women a better chance to earn and income and ensures a good food supply. But PRB ‘s work on water is not just about digging wells or building latrines. We work closely with women to lead their communities in changing critical hygiene practices, such as hand-washing. We work with government on policies, guidance and resource allocation, to ensure lasting improvements. And we link with wider efforts in critical integrated efforts on nutrition, education and adaptation to climatic shocks. PRB places emphasis on women in all of our water work. That’s because impoverished women are disproportionately excluded from decisions regarding water’s allocation and management. PRB provides women with equal decision-making power by including them in discussions on water and sanitation at the local, municipal and state levels. Women have more time for income-generating projects and school when they aren’t spending hours each day hauling water. Access to safe water results in women spending less time caring for family members who would otherwise fall sick due to unsafe water. Also, improved sanitation can keep a girl in school by making facilities available to her when she reaches puberty.
  • Improving health status of peasants and labors through increased provision of health facilities and access to health services for women and children.
  • Improving health hygiene practices though awareness raising workshops, seminars, and mother and teacher meetings etc. about sanitation, hygiene and communicative diseases.
  • Conducting coordination meetings with government health department regarding remote

PRB seeks to ensure that people, particularly those who are most vulnerable in society, are able to: Have their voice heard on issues that are important to them. Defend and safeguard their rights. Have their views and wishes genuinely considered when decisions are being made about their lives. PRB advocacy strategies lobbying, social marketing, training, education communication, community organizing. Advocacy consists of different strategies aimed at influencing decision-making at the organizational, local, provincial and national levels. PRB focuses on developing outcome-based thematic advocacy strategies for all the sectors PRB   operates. The organization also conducts studies and develops knowledge products to advocate on various issues affecting the marginalized communities

Our advocacy effort focus on challenging issues such as

  • Human right, democracy and gender equality
  • Environment protection, global warming and climate, adapting to change and
  • Comprehensive survey, base-line, research and analysis

There various partnership buildings: partnership with NGOs, Shurra(council) and community organization during project execution period. PRB always trying to be a bridge between communities and donor agencies, international NGOs and government to flow resource services to deserving people.

The networking is very is essential for an effective implementation of program, because the mechanism link people and organizations. It facilitates interaction between experts in different areas and promotes the sharing ideas and information between people and NGOs. It helps in accessing and sharing information capacity building and training and accessing donor funding

This study investigated, through the experiences of those operating on NGO aid projects at the local level, the impact of different accounting and accountability mechanisms on the effectiveness of aid delivery. It contributes towards the formulation of NGO accounting and accountability policies that can improve how aid funding is transformed into a reduction in human suffering in impoverished nations.

By 2023, we aim to contribute our services to around one million of people direct or indirectly from the most vulnerable and excluded communities to overcome poverty and access to decent livelihood and proper nutrition: