Integrated Social Services Programme (ISSP) is a voluntary, non-governmental, non-political and non-profitable organization which dedicates its services to the social uplift of the vulnerable communities of Pakistan. ISSP is a group of humanitarian and development professionals ISSP was formed and registered in 2012 with Provincial Registrar Joint Stock Companies & Societies under Societies Act XXI of 1860 bearing Registration No. 1669/5/7317 dated 21st June 2012 with the well to empower communities, based on the principle of mutual respect, devoid of all kinds of discrimination on the basis of caste, religion, gender or any other social or political identities.
ISSP acquired “allow to work” status in December 2012 from Government of Pakistan, Ministry of States & Frontier Regions an NOC for working with Afghan Refugees.
In June 2013 ISSP has been registered with FATA Secretariat Directorate of Social Welfare under voluntary Social Welfare Agencies (Registration & Control) ordinance, 1961 extended to FATA, Registration DSW/FATA Serial #:51.
The NGO has been involved in the socio-economic development activities, on a self help basis through participatory approach, particularly in the areas of children education, women health, water & sanitation, drug prevention, rural & agricultural development, combating desertification with emphasis on child welfare, women development, human rights, environment and community mobilization. The organization seeks to coordinate with the government and other donor agencies with a focus on social development through community mobilization in rural areas aimed at bringing together right holders and the government.
ISSP Humanitarian Partners