Who We Are

Saiban Kisan Society (SKS) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization registered under society’s act 1860 and registered under “the Punjab charities act 2018 by a group of farmers and highly motivated social activists with an ambitious to strengthen the indigenous and local knowledge reservoirs within the society to support their peaceful and prosperous life. Saiban Kisan Society wishes to turn out new methods for sustainable livelihood and Farmer awareness on advance agricultural methods especially in flood prone areas. A collective approach of Saiban Kisan Society is to improve the existing model of development in form of state institutions and civil society efforts should be embed towards prosperous society. Saiban Kisan Society aimed to develop such mechanisms and institutional systems, which are needed to achieve equitable social and align with the principles of Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS).  SKS will continue to coordinate with government, policy-makers, AND INFLUENCE policy makers, and; work with business and industry to address global threats to the planet by seeking long-term solutions. SKS emphasizes on building local capacities to meet the development challenges of the next era. Its belief is to help communities in search of sustainable solutions for their issues. 



OUR Foremost Accomplishments

Total Projects

125

Geographical Outreach

13 Districts

Total Beneficiaries

541,310

Direct Beneficiaries

182,043

Indirect Beneficiaries

449,881

Total Budget

346.05 m

No. of Donors

20

Per Beneficiary Cost

1,900 approx

Provinces

4 (Punjab, Sindh, KPK & Balochistan)

Latest Updates

Flood Emergency Response-2022

Flood Emergency Response-2022

2022-09-02

The destruction of Floods 2022 in Pakistan has taken 628 lives, left 1010 people injured, killed 110,460 livestock, destroyed 70,000 plus houses and damaged more than 2,800 Km of road infrastructure as per statistics of NDMA SKS is providing humanitarian assistance in three districts of the Punjab and one district of Baluchistan and one in Sindh through Cooked food, Safe water for Drinking, Dry Food Packages, Hygiene Essential Kits, and Non-Food Items (NFIs) with the support of different donors. We are committed to continuing our response and extending it with the support of our donors.

Flood Emergency Response-2022

Flood Emergency Response-2022

2022-09-02

As per information survey from an Humanitarian Organization still more than 15% areas are in all over flood affected areas in Pakistan is inaccessible due to damages of roads and courses and flood affected communities are suffering and in most vulnerable condition regarding food, water, clothes and medicines. SKS is passionately reaching the unreached with the support of their dedicated team and funding partners.

Support for Grandparents

Support for Grandparents

2022-08-19

SKS with the financial support of Children of Adam (CoA) granting the cash to elders on monthly basis for the most deserving and needy elders for their daily routine expenses to utilized in term of health care, nutrition and domestic finance.

Flood Emergency Response-2022

Flood Emergency Response-2022

2022-08-19

Pakistan experienced extraordinary rainfall in mid-July 2022 and continue till now. Result was ‎unprecedented floods affecting the entire length of the country especially within Baluchistan and Koh-‎e-Suleman belt. The floods have been assessed to be the worst since after 2010 and hill torrents hit ‎most of the cities parallel with Koh-e-Suleman. According to the damages list of National Disaster ‎Management Authority (NDMA) the rains/floods 63 male, 21 female and 35 children death causalities ‎have occurred in Punjab. As per latest report of NDMA 2813 KM roads, 119 bridges, 32428 houses ‎partially damage and 10478 fully damages of houses reported in all over Pakistan and similarly 23,103 ‎livestock swept away in flood. Additionally, flash floods and landslides triggered by the rain caused ‎severe damage to infrastructure in the affected areas. Entire villages have been washed away, urban ‎centers have been flooded, homes have been destroyed, and thousands of acres of crops and ‎agricultural lands have been damaged with major soil erosion happening in some areas. In this ‎situation most and urgent need of daily routine food is very important for the displaced and flood ‎affected families. Because due to damages of houses their livelihood and other channels of food ‎supplies has been blocked and people are suffering and facing this challenges for their families. SKS ‎reached in most affected areas of Tehsil Taunsa Sharif to rescue and providing them cooked food, dry ‎ration, hygiene kits and NFIs to fulfill their ultimate needs in this situation. SKS team till now has ‎provided the cooked food for 5000 persons, 500 food parcels, 250 Hygiene Kits and 250 NFIs for the ‎flood affected communities of Qila Saifullah, Muslim Bagh in Baluchistan, Basti Chitani, Sokar, ‎Manghrotha, Faizabad, Shahalwala, Makwal and Basti Buzdar and many more in Tehsil Taunsa Sharif ‎and simlitaneously SKS respond for the communities resident at the bank of Band Bosan with River ‎Chanab and provided them cooked food. Still it increase the area of damages due to Hill Torrents of ‎Koh-e-Suleman and relief work from the respondents is very slow and immediate need of clothes, ‎shelter, health and temporary shelter should be arranged as soon as possible.‎

Ramadan Food Aid

Ramadan Food Aid

2022-04-25

Alhamdulillah With the supportive stride of Children of Adam and Penny Appeal Pakistan, SKS distributed 1349 Food Parcels among the most vulnerable communities of District Jhang, Multan and Muzaffargarh. Food pack was comprised of ration for one month for a single family with 3-5 children including rice, ghee, flour, pulses, sugar, tea pack, dry dates, lentils and salt. Similarly SKS initiated the Aftaar meal on daily basis for the whole month of Ramadan for 200 poor and needy families.