Strategic Approach

Sanjh Preet Organization,being an institution with clear mandate of protecting and promoting human rights, establishes the basis of its work on research and need based assessments involving key and relevant stakeholders. Building the institutional capacities on realistic institutional assessment is among the priority areas of the organization; hence Sanjh Preetplans and re-plans concrete action steps to look deep into the institutional identity and performance system for possible and practical improvements around formulating the necessary policies and emphasize policy enforcement wherever it is needed. The organization believes to set up networks, build liaison within and outside the social sector and work in alliances. The organization aspires to become part of the global movements, networks and campaigns for human development and learn more about what is happening around the globe in relation to protecting & promoting the human rights situation. That is why the management continues to encourage the project teams to learn and keep their knowledge and skills updated as things take on pace with the passing time. Building partnerships with all the stakeholders is practiced in its work which aims at long lasting actions and changes. Our approach is “rights based” and we prefer to work with likeminded agencies and organizations. Launching local and national campaigns and movements to raise awareness and advocate for change involving local people, media, international organizations, UN, and the government is among our prime focus. We make efforts and advocate for reforming policies and ensuring the policy practices that affect development and clear linkages with the people’s lives. The organization inherits an approach to learn from its work and make continuous improvements. Working in close collaboration with local communities, development & cooperative partners, the government provides sound basis for effective and strategic moves and ensure sustainability and lasting impacts on the lives of targeted population.