|Executive Director/ Director
Name: Krishan Sharma/strong>
DDAT has 20 years experience of public service as a volunteer-led body that maintains a unique bridge of friendship and co-operation between urban Sindh and remote villages of rural areas. The organization works on the basis of service to humanity above all consideration of race, religion, gender or language. A totally de –centralized, grass root based operational structure A primary focus on empowering community including religious minorities and “untouchable” castes, and the poorest of the poor.
Among the organizations that have partnered, and continue to partner, our efforts are Church World Service (CWS) The Morning Star USA , Sindh Education Foundation, Government of Sindh, UNICEF, the Directorate Literacy and Non-Formal Education, Department of Education, Government of Sindh and Community Development Program (CDP) Planning and Development Department (P&DD), Global Partnership for Competence Development and Cooperation (GPCDC), GAVI Alliance, International Organization for Migration (IOM), District Administration, DDMA, NDMA, and PDMA, Oxfam, World Food Program (WFP), World Health Organization (WHO), and groups of philanthropists.
Our financial records are audited each year by one of the country’s leading audit firms. Copies of our audited accounts are published and circulated to all stakeholders.