The Organization:

Baidarie is a non-government and non-profit civil society organization which was established in 1993 by a group of rural women of Union Council Roras, Tehsil District Sialkot. With a demonstrated-focus on community led and demand driven approach, the organization carries out its operations without having religious, lingual, political, social or any other discrimination.


Baidarie Sialkot is registered under Social Welfare Agencies (Registration & Control) Ordinance 1961 with the Social Welfare Department, Punjab vide certificate No. DDSW-GRW (Regd ) / 2000-790 of 2000.


The organization has General Body comprising of 32 women and 8 men as it members. It meets on annual basis. BoD comprising of nine members (5 men and 5 women) meets quarterly to provide continuous oversight for ensuring organization to pursue its fundamental strategic dimensions. CEO leads the organization’s operational management and is answerable to the BoD.  Executive Director offers his professional advice to the BoD on strategic planning and technical matters relating organizational development and maintains liaison with external stakeholders like govt. and support agencies.  Board Committees for HR & Finance and Audit also submit their reports directly to BoD. Finance & Accounts team is headed by GM Admin & Finance . Organizational accounts are audited by QCR listed auditors approved by BoD.

Strategic Dimensions-:

  • Vision: Baidarie visualizes “An equitable society that can provide for institutionalized guarantee of protection and promotion of all the  civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights to all the vulnerable social segments  especially women, children and persons with physical limitations.”
  • Goal:   Providing enabling environment and friendly spaces for empowerment of women, children and other vulnerable groups through general awareness of laws and setting social protection networks.
  • Mandate:   Protection and promotion of the basic human rights of Women, children, disabled persons and religious minorities through value based institutional development and good governance. **Read More**