Initiated in 2015, the SUCCESS Programme is a multi-stakeholder development project working in 8 districts of Pakistan’s Sindh province.
A long-term and sustainability-driven initiative, SUCCESS brings together a partnership of international stakeholders committed towards the goals of women empowerment and household poverty reduction. We are generously funded by the European Union, supported by the Provincial Government of Sindh, and implemented by the Rural Support Programmes Network (RSPN), National Rural Support Programme (NRSP), Thardeep Rural Development Programme (TRDP), and Sindh Rural Support Organisation (SRSO) with technical assistance from EY.
Taraqi ka Safar- Journey towards Development- Dissemination Conferences
Dissemination Conferences titled Taraqi ka Safar- Journey towards Development on fostering women empowerment and leadership were being organised by NRSP and SRSO in collaboration with RSPN and district government in their respective SUCCESS programme districts.
“Our Craft” Exhibition
’NRSP-SUCCESS held a two-day exhibition named ‘’Our Craft’’ in Hyderabad to showcase over a thousand products crafted by the rural artisans trained under the Technical and Vocational Skills Training (TVST) component. The artisans including community leaders built market linkages through managing these stalls’’
SUCCESS X AURAT RAAJ 2021
SUCCESS partnered with Saba Khalid, founder, and CEO of award-winning femtech social enterprise ‘Aurat Raaj,’ to kick-start a series of menstrual hygiene management training through digital storytelling and AI chatbot ‘Raaji’
20th Anniversary Conference of The Boston Pledge 2021
SUCCESS joined a panel of 9 speakers at an international webinar on ‘Uncovering the Hidden Assets of South Asia to Trigger Bottom-up Socio-Economic Surge’ with 240 attendants from 15 countries.
When things got tough, Abbas’ wife Haseena was his best comrade, support, and ally!
Abbas used to work in a distant mill; it was a difficult job to manage as he had to stay in distant areas away from his family.Haseena, being a supportive partner, compromised with the conditions but she could not take care of her 3 children alone. Facing family troubles, Abbas left the job and started a small shop out of his home to earn wages while living close to his family.The new business helped to bear the children’s needs but with time, the expenses grew for Haseena and Abbas. Abbas wanted to expand the shop by adding more items for sale.Read full story