Sustainable Peace and Development Organization (SPADO)

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Based in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, SPADO is a network of more than 50 NGOs involved in awareness raising, research and lobbying on small arms and landmines.
Last updated: December 2019

Sustainable Peace And Development Organization (SPADO) is a peace oriented civil society organization registered as a non-profit, non-political and non-government organization. Since its establishment in 2002, SPADO has evolved as an experienced and dedicated peace and development organization in Pakistan. SPADO aims at promoting a peaceful environment for all people especially those living in poverty and marginalized communities, where they can utilize their potentials for sustainable development. 

The organization is led by a dedicated and committed team of local leaders having a global perspective and rich academic background and experience in the area of peace and development. SPADO has worked extensively both at grassroots and policy levels at the national, regional and international levels where the organization through its engagement with a variety of stakeholders has positively transformed lives and influenced policies for the betterment of human life irrespective of faith, belief, color, ethnicity, nationality and gender.

SPADO has well established policies and procedures in place where integrity, ethics and credibility remain our core values. We believe in an environment of learning and sharing where all our staff members and board collectively strive towards achieving our common goals in an open and constructive atmosphere.

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