Since its beginning, rivets learning inc. has worked with multiple development partners across Asia. It has conducted international trainings, designed and implemented projects, campaigns and research studies.
Developed governance and coordination mechanisms for DFID funded AAWAZ-2 programme. The mandate of this assignment was to propose the internal governance structures and coordination mechanisms for all pillars of the programme. It also proposed coordination mechanisms between UN, the MO for two pillars of the programme and the DFID.
For International Alert, Rivets Learning is currently working on strengthening Sabaat – an inclusive media reporting network that highlights the issues of marginalized groups in Pakistan. A fortnightly bulletin and news website have also been developed for the network.
With the support of USIP, Rivets Learning developed a training tool on ‘Accepting Multiple Identities and Valuing Diversity’ and rolled out this programme through nine weekly training sessions with youth groups. This project was carried out in six districts across four provinces. We also published a compendium of essays titled ‘ Pakistan: Here and Now’ with their support. These essays provide an insight on thePakistani society, culture, identity and diaspora.
Rivets Learning led a research assignment for UNDP on ‘Role of Local Governments in youth Engagement’ in all four provinces. The deliverables of this assignment was a research study on the above mentioned subject and an action plan for UNDP to plan their interventions for youth engagement.
Rivets Learning conducted an End of Project Evaluation on ‘Promoting Gender Equality in Pakistan’s Justice System’ for Rozan in three districts; Sukkur, Swat and Islamabad. This study aimed to build capacity of the four stakeholders within the Justice Systems of Pakistan; namely the Police, Prosecutors, Legal Aid Providers and Community Leaders to facilitate women victims of GBV.
For Oxfam, we carried out a country wide ‘Women Rights’ Situational Analysis’ wherein we conducted a human rights’ based equity focused situation analysis on the status of women and girls. We also conducted capacity building workshops for 12 Women Rights Organizations (WROs) from all across the country with their support.