Frontier Organization for Reforms & Transformation (FORT)

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FORT works primarily North Waziristan, Pakistan to establish dialogue between stakeholders in the region.
Last updated: December 2019

Frontier Organization for Reforms & Transformation (FORT) is a non profit peace building organization established in August 2011. Our mission is to eliminate human rights violations in Pakistan by advancing human rights education, awareness and improvement of rights of women, minorities and other disadvantaged or marginalized persons or groups. We will support and work for alleviating poverty and building peace through advocacy, capacity building, and delivery of services.

FORT was primarily active in the tribal districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) since 2008 and has been able to successfully conduct and implement multiple projects with the support of community.

FORT has been active in bringing various stakeholders to a common ground and highlighting the voices of the people of the tribal districts of KP. An active peace network of youth and community elders has been established by FORT in the targeted area to involve and engage people at the grass root level. Some of the key partners FORT has been working with are UN, Concern Worldwide, DAI, and Embassy of Japan in Islamabad.

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