Participatory Rural Development Society (PRDS) is a non-profit and non-governmental organization working for the well-being of poor and disadvantaged segments of the society in both rural and urban areas of Pakistan. It was established in 2004 and is registered under society’s act of 1860 in 2008. The establishment of the organization was deeply rooted into the systemic problems including poverty, human rights, climate change, livelihoods and Food security. Since its establishment the organization has played key role in minimizing the sufferings of people regardless of gender, cost, creed or religious preferences.
While serving the poor and grassroots communities, PRDS started its activities in 2008 on mutual help basis from rural remote areas of KP and gradually expanded its services to disaster affected communities in FATA, other districts of KP, Karachi (Sindh) and Attock (Punjab). Together with development work, PRDS remained actively involved in Humanitarian work in both disaster and conflict affected areas of Pakistan in general in KP and FATA regions.