Pak EverBright Development Organization

Development Units

Health Department

PEDO Rehabilitaion and Skills Development Center for Person’s with Disabilities:

Pak Ever Bright Development Organization (PEDO) with the support of Association for the Rehabilitation of the Physically Disabled (ARPD) organized several free medical camps at Pak Ever Bright Development Organization (PEDO) Rehabilitation and skills development institute for person with disabilities.

Moreover, Pak Ever Bright Development Organization (PEDO) holds free medical camps in various parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Newly merged Districts on regular basis. we concentrate over efforts in places where other health services are not opened or where they are available but the one vulnerable can not afford them. these free medical camps are primarily focus on the welfare of women and children.

Education Department

Education:

Education is the basic human right. There are certain people who are not entitled to quality education but everyone else does. who are denied access to a proper education because of particular circumstances or certain limitations. The biggest hazard to this group of people is discrimination. Inclusive education that contributes to the harmonious growth of a society.

The educational system has to be improved or changed. It is crucial to go from an exclusive to an inclusive educational philosophy. Making the worldwide right to educational equality a reality.

Pak Ever Bright Development Organization (PEDO) is always focusing on inclusive education Policy for such purpose Pak Ever Bright Development Organization (PEDO) is working with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Elementary and Secondary Education Department (KPESED) and Higher Education Institutions (HEI’s) for the inclusive education and accessible environment for student with disabilities.

Skills Development

KHUDDAR

 Majority of People with disabilities (PWD’s), whether male or female, lack the necessary education and effective support from their home and communities. According to a report on PWDs in Pakistan, the need to improve mechanisms for identifying people with disabilities and recording information about their disability and assistance and accommodation needs will be a key challenge. 

According to WHO statistics 15% of adults (18 years and above) have disabilities. Disability prevalence is substantially higher amongst adult women than adult men. The analysis raises serious concern for the health and wellbeing of the adult female population, as it suggests that women are dying younger, and for those still living, quality of life is poorer.

Khuddar, an initiative of Pak Everbright Development Organization with the collaboration of KPITB under the digital jobs in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Project. This project will take 800 trainee PWDs through a robust project based two-months practical training course, which will help them to build the following skills, which once applied with consistency, produce guaranteed results.

  1. Content Writing skills
  2. Graphic Designing
  3. Digital/Social Media Marketing
  4. Web development
  5. Screen Reader Software – For visually impaired persons