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Pak Ever bright Development Organization (PEDO) is a non-governmental, not-for-profit, apolitical,
social welfare and development organization based in Peshawar. It was conceived and initiated by persons
with disabilities and general community in 2009. Being a cross disability organization, Pak Ever Bright
Development Organization (PEDO) is committed to mainstream disability in development through
empowering individuals and organizations of persons with disabilities as well as sensitizing society
through sustainable approach.

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Capacity Building Training of BRT

A skill for All is a project of PEDO that is registered with National Vocational and Technical Tanning Commission (NAVTTC) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It develops and implements
special training program for youth to prepare them for gaining employment and engage in some income generating activities to raise their standard of living and social uplift through self employment.

PEDO is conducting the following training courses:
a. Graphics Designing (Web and mobile app designing)
b. Mobile phone repairing.

13000+ Students are Trained

KHUDDAR is a project and initiative of Pak Ever-Bright
Development Organization with the collaboration of KPITB under the digital jobs in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Project officially launched on March 29, 2022 at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa information
technology board. The project will take 1300 trainee Persons with
Disabilities (PWDs) based on two-month practical training course, which will help them to build the digital skills as per the
international digital market needs.

Pak Ever-bright Development Organization (PEDO), organized one day conference, under the topic “Social Inclusion through Universal Accessibility”, with the partnership of Northwest General Hospital, International Rescue Committee (IRC) and Trans Peshawar. On December 8, 2021 at Auditorium Hall Peshawar on the occasion of “International day for persons with disabilities”.

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