Community Support Programme (CSP)

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The mission of the CSP is to empower the out-reach workers through training in order to expand access to social services. The CSP has organised national peacebuilding events.

The Community Support Programme (CSP) is a non-governmental development organisation established in Pakistan in 2001. The mission of CSP is to empower the out-reach workers through training in order to expand access to quality education, environmental responsiveness, reproductive health choices and services, and human rights in some of the most impoverished areas of Pakistan.

In the area of peacebuilding, CSP organised a National Educational Festival with the theme of “Education for Peace and Tolerance” in 2005. CSP claims it was the biggest festival ever held in Islamabad and over 40 public and private sector organisations and hundreds of students were involved. Later in 2006, the CSP organised a national inter-faith conference under the theme of “Peace and Tolerance”. One-hundred and fifty religious scholars, civil society actors, journalists and researchers attended and discussed issues of inter-faith harmony in the Pakistan.

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