Amozgah has gradually evolved as a unique space of integrating the learning and livelihood especially in the least developed and economically deprived community. It is an offshoot of IDSP-Pakistan innovative project “Breaking the Poverty Cycle – empowering of Adolescent Girls and Boys to become Agents of Social Transformation” with the support of UNESCO in September 2002. . . . → Read More: Amozgah
Mr Ilyas Inderyas has been a significant faculty member since the inception of IDSP in 1998. He has been founding faculty member, and has meaningfully contributed in the process of Institutional development. While following his ideals of incepting institutional basis for the least developed and socially marginalized factions of religious minorities, IDSP has been providing fellowship . . . → Read More: Al-Falah without Walls
Mr Raziq Fahim was provided three years fellowship for conceptualizing programs for vulnerable youths and evolving an institutional base focus on youth development. College for Youth Activism and Development (CYAAD) is a result of this fellowship and efforts of Mr. Raziq Fahim and his team.
The concept and Vision
The idea of “College of Youth Activism and . . . → Read More: College for Youth Activism and Development (CYAAD)