Introduction of the Organization

“Solidarity Building towards Sustainable Rural Development’’

Rural Education and Economic Development Society (REED Society) is a non-profitable, non-government and humanitarian organization, registered under the Registration Act of 1860 with the government of Pakistan. REED Society is working for the integral development of the rural marginalized communities without any discrimination of race, creed, and religion in district Rahim Yar Khan since 2002 and become registered in May 2004.

REED-Society appear as a result of in-depth reflection and after having significant review by its likeminded group of men and women concerned for the integral development of the rural society, in response to unsatisfactory development and efforts made for socio-economic development of the marginalized and weaker section of the society.

We believe in a golden rule, ‘’Go to the people, live with them, Love them, learn from them
Work with them, with what they have, Build on what they know, And in the end, When work is done
The people will rejoice, We have done it ourselves’’


Motivate people for self-confidence for their integral development so that they can move towards a prosperous, free, equal and civilized life.


Integrated human development through change in attitude with promotion of honesty and harmony.


Strengthen process that promotes education and economic development of poor rural communities and create an environment for collective change.


1. Food security and the improvement of living standard of the rural community.
2. The rehabilitation of bonded and child labor.
3. Provision of education among school drop-outs/youth through functional literacy and skill development programs.
4. To provide preventive, reproductive and curative health care services to the people, especially women and children of marginalized communities.
5. To make proficient, transparent, convincing and responsible governing structures and processes where women are enthusiastically participating in local decision and policy-making.
6. To encourge and enable the marginalized communities to participate in decision making process.