SINDH GREEN DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
SAVE THE PLANET
SAVE THE EARTH
Registered ® under the
Voluntary Social Welfare Agencies (Registration and Control) Ordinance of 1961. (Registration No# DSW (HYD)/VA-660 of 1999)
Sindh Green Development Organization (SGDO) is a non-political, non-sectarian, non-profit and non-governmental organization was established in 1994 and registered in 1999 under the Voluntary Social Welfare Agencies (Registration and Control) Ordinance of 1961 (Reg. No. (Reg. No. DSW (HYD)/VA-660 of 1999)
SGDO strives for the environment, education, social welfare, health and sustainable development and promotion of mass education and mass motivation leading to capacity building and community development.
Help Stop Global Warming. Protect our forests. For now, and for the generations after us.
Initiate an action for the protection, conservation, rehabilitation and improvement of the environment, for the prevention and control of pollution, and promotion of sustainable developments through which create economic opportunities.
>> Green Nursery Project
>> One Million Trees Plantation
>> Evironment Action Campaign
>> Green Action Initiative (GAI)
>> Free Medical Camps
>> Save Earth Program
>> Educate a Child
>> Safe Driking Water
>> Pro-Peace & Democracy
>> Human Rights Defenders
>> Eearth Action (international)
>> Forest Dept. Govt. of Sindh
>> UNDP, GEF Small Grant Program
>> Pak-U.S. Alumna Network (PUAN-U.S. State Dept.)
>> Students, teachers, educators, eviromentalists, , intellectuals, writers, social workers, media-persons, & common people.
Produce, distribute, and plant different kinds of fruit /non-fruit seedlings/plants and grow/nurture up-to trees to serve for the best sustainable environmental & economical purposes & improved biodeiversity, wildlife, flora and fauna.
Green Eco-Action Initiative (GEAI)
Protect and sustain the environment & biodiversity of Nae Nali/Karo Kot (Kachho/Khirthar Range) which is full of natural beauty due to year-long ever flowing natural water from up mountains which gives life to the local people, trees, cattle/livestock, birds, fishes and beautiful Khirthar range's wildlife.