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Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy
NONPROFIT
Setting Standards
Pakistan
CivilSociety
Support Services
Research
Effectiveness...
o Established in 2001
o Independent non profit, support organization
o Licensed under Section 42 of the Companies Ordinanc...
Our Mission
“We aim to increase the volume and effectiveness of
philanthropy for social development”
Our Vision
“The three...
o Create a policy, legal and fiscal environment that enables giving
o Increase societal understanding and the knowledge ba...
Certification
of CSOs
Research
Studies
Philanthropy
Support Services
Our Programmes
CSOs CERTIFICATION
Setting standards in nonprofit sector
Road to Credibility
Road to Credibility
Road to Credibility
Road ...
o To strengthen Civil Society Sector through Good Governance and
Transparency
o To bridge the information and credibility ...
Win Win For All
Govt. – CSOs – Donors
CSOs CERTIFICATION
RESEARCH PORTFOLIO
Expanding The Knowledge Map
Bridging the Information Gap
Bridging the Information Gap
Bridging the Info...
o Attempts to enhance the societal understanding of Philanthropy
and expand the knowledge base
o Disseminates research fin...
o Corporate Philanthropy Survey - Annual
o Nationwide Individual Indigenous Philanthropy
Knowledge Generation
Research Stu...
Philanthropy Support Services
Facilitating Philanthropists and Implementers
Philanthropy Support Services
Philanthropy Sup...
Philanthropy Support Services
o Facilitating linkages between Grant makers and Grant
seekers.
o Assisting in setting up co...
“Linking the government education outlets,
corporate philanthropists and civil society
organizations”
Public Private Partn...
Why 3Ps for Education
o Government has the largest network of schools in the
country that need improvement.
o Corporate ph...
Achievements of Phase-I (2003-2007):
o Developed and promoted the concept of school improvement
through Public Private Par...
o Funded by UKAID from DFID under Ilm Ideas Programme
o Marginalized and Underserved Public Primary and Middle
Schools tar...
Achievements of Phase-II (2013-2014):
o Adopted 25 schools in Sindh; benefiting 3,400 children enrolled
in the adopted sch...
o Engro Foundation
o SPUD Energy Pty. Ltd.
o The Asia Foundation
o Arif Habib Corporation
o National Bank of Pakistan
o Go...
o Ownership and support of government
o Convincing Corporate Donor to Adopt Government Schools
o Different Set of Preferen...
The innovative model has received
appreciation from corporate sector across the
country
Public Private Partnerships
(3Ps) ...
o 3Ps for Summer Schools
o 3Ps for enhancing Reading Capabilities of Students
o 3Ps for Health
o 3Ps for WASH
Future Plans...
THANK YOU
Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy
www.pcp.org.pk
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PCP Presentation - Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy 2014

  1. 1. Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy NONPROFIT Setting Standards Pakistan CivilSociety Support Services Research Effectiveness of Philanthropy Centrefor Philanthropy Certification Philanthropy Gateway to Giving Credibility Philanthropy SettingStandards Credibility Bridging Gaps Social Development in Pakistan Civil Society, Corporate & Government O p e n i n g Wi n d o w s t o B e t t e r G i v i n g Capacity Building C o r p o r a t e S o c i a l R e s p o n s i b i l i t y C r e a t i n g L i n k a g e s S e t t i n g S t a n d a r d s i n N o n - p r o f i t S e c t o r E n h a n c i n g t h e v o l u m e a n d e f f e c t i v e n e s s o f p h i l a n t h r o p y i n P a k i s t a n
  2. 2. o Established in 2001 o Independent non profit, support organization o Licensed under Section 42 of the Companies Ordinance 1984 o Led by eminent Board of Directors About the Centre
  3. 3. Our Mission “We aim to increase the volume and effectiveness of philanthropy for social development” Our Vision “The three sectors of society – business, civil society and government – work in a strengthened partnership for social development in Pakistan”
  4. 4. o Create a policy, legal and fiscal environment that enables giving o Increase societal understanding and the knowledge base about philanthropy o Facilitate linkages between corporate philanthropists, citizen organizations and government o Enhance citizen organizations’ capacity as effective vehicles of philanthropy o Assist philanthropists in increasing the volume and impact of their giving Goals of PCP
  5. 5. Certification of CSOs Research Studies Philanthropy Support Services Our Programmes
  6. 6. CSOs CERTIFICATION Setting standards in nonprofit sector Road to Credibility Road to Credibility Road to Credibility Road to Credibility
  7. 7. o To strengthen Civil Society Sector through Good Governance and Transparency o To bridge the information and credibility gap between grant makers and grant seekers o To help professionalize grant making o To help CSOs become more effective grant seekers o Pool of credible development partners Objectives of Certification Helping to build an enabling environment embedded in Knowledge and Trust
  8. 8. Win Win For All Govt. – CSOs – Donors CSOs CERTIFICATION
  9. 9. RESEARCH PORTFOLIO Expanding The Knowledge Map Bridging the Information Gap Bridging the Information Gap Bridging the Information Gap Bridging the Information Gap
  10. 10. o Attempts to enhance the societal understanding of Philanthropy and expand the knowledge base o Disseminates research findings to better plan and organize social investment for civic benefit o Promote an enabling environment o PCP has conducted 32 Research studies Research at PCP
  11. 11. o Corporate Philanthropy Survey - Annual o Nationwide Individual Indigenous Philanthropy Knowledge Generation Research Studies In Progress o Giving by Pakistani Diaspora in UK o Mapping of CSOs o Research Study on Qurbani Hides/Skin o Research Study on Giving at Shrines Proposed Research Studies
  12. 12. Philanthropy Support Services Facilitating Philanthropists and Implementers Philanthropy Support Services Philanthropy Support Services Philanthropy Support Services Philanthropy Support Services
  13. 13. Philanthropy Support Services o Facilitating linkages between Grant makers and Grant seekers. o Assisting in setting up corporate giving programs PCP helps philanthropists give better by:
  14. 14. “Linking the government education outlets, corporate philanthropists and civil society organizations” Public Private Partnerships (3Ps) for Education Facilitating Philanthropy for Education
  15. 15. Why 3Ps for Education o Government has the largest network of schools in the country that need improvement. o Corporate philanthropists have the financial resources o CSOs have capacity to mobilize and organize communities o PCP creates synergies for resources and experties PCP’s 3Ps Logic
  16. 16. Achievements of Phase-I (2003-2007): o Developed and promoted the concept of school improvement through Public Private Partnerships o Mobilised Rs. 65 Million philanthropy through 21 partnerships o Adopted 105 schools in 5 districts of Sindh; benefiting 18,500 children (Boys & Girls) o Provided Input into the “Operational Policy Framework” for 3Ps in Education notified by the Federal Ministry of Education in 2006 o Developed an implementation toolkit “District Manual” for 3Ps in Education Public Private Partnerships (3Ps) for Education
  17. 17. o Funded by UKAID from DFID under Ilm Ideas Programme o Marginalized and Underserved Public Primary and Middle Schools targeted o Focused to bring about such interventions that can support achieving the MDG Goal-3 Ilm Ideas Grant A new 3Ps for education programme:
  18. 18. Achievements of Phase-II (2013-2014): o Adopted 25 schools in Sindh; benefiting 3,400 children enrolled in the adopted schools o 615 new enrollments and 98 dropouts were brought back to the schooling process o More than 2,000 Children provided with new learning materials o PKR15 million corporate philanthropy generated for education o 25 School management committees (SMCs) formed / activated o 61 teachers of the adopted schools, trained o 213 SMC members trained/oriented in their roles Public Private Partnerships (3Ps) for Education
  19. 19. o Engro Foundation o SPUD Energy Pty. Ltd. o The Asia Foundation o Arif Habib Corporation o National Bank of Pakistan o Government of Sindh o District Administration Ghotki o Idara-e-Taleem-o-Agahi o Association for Academic Quality Our Partners Public Private Partnerships (3Ps) for Education
  20. 20. o Ownership and support of government o Convincing Corporate Donor to Adopt Government Schools o Different Set of Preferences of the Corporate Adopter o Finding Credible Implementing Partners o Security Issues and free mobility in the remote areas of Sindh Challenges Public Private Partnerships (3Ps) for Education
  21. 21. The innovative model has received appreciation from corporate sector across the country Public Private Partnerships (3Ps) for Education
  22. 22. o 3Ps for Summer Schools o 3Ps for enhancing Reading Capabilities of Students o 3Ps for Health o 3Ps for WASH Future Plans: Public Private Partnerships
  23. 23. THANK YOU Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy www.pcp.org.pk

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