PAKISTAN RURAL WORKERS SOCIAL WELFARE ORGANISATION (PRWSWO)
PAKISTAN RURAL WORKERS SOCIAL WELFARE ORGANIZATION (PRWSWO), a non-governmental organisation founded in 1997 by a group of community workers interested in the improvement of the standard of life of disadvantaged sections of the society through a variety of socio- economic services and by adopting multi-disciplinary approaches. PRWSWO’s mission is to create a society where marginalised and vulnerable communities are socially, economically & politically empowered through active participation.
One of the priorities of PRWSWO is focused on migration development and human trafficking. PRWSWO is pioneer in providing services that support rehabilitation, reintegration and protection to trafficked persons particularly children recruited in camel racing.
PRWSWO has published Participatory Research Study on Trafficking in Children those Employed as Camel Jockeys in Gulf States (Save the Children Sweden)- 2004 and Child Trafficking - Trend Analysis Report on Camel Jockey in District Rahimyarkhan ( Save the Children Sweden)- 2010
PRWSWO is currently a member of other networks such as Migrant’s Forum Asia (MFA), International Detention Coalition (IDC), Australia and Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants (PICUM), Belgium.
Address: House 73, Street 4, Qasim Town, Bahawalpur-63100, Punjab Pakistan
Tel: +92-62-2282442, +92-62-2201842