Society for Human Rights and Prisoners' Aid is a Non-Governmental Organization that works in Pakistan, as a humanitarian group, for the uplift of human rights in the country. SHARP is working with the mission to “strive for a human rights friendly Pakistan.”
SHARP was initially assigned registration of the Afghan refugees and non-Afghan asylum seekers in the year 1999 and later on in 2001 when UNHCR started screening of Afghan refugees in NWFP camps, SHARP was selected as a partner for the said programmed. SHARP hence assists UNHCR, in registration of the asylum seekers that compliments the Refugee Status Determination (RSD) of the asylum seekers and refugees through its legal assistance project. As an implementing partner of UNHCR, SHARP registers all refugees and asylum seekers approaching UNHCR for protection. All such cases are referred to SHARP where an experienced team of Legal staff collects the basic information of the applicant and hence registers them accordingly. After registration their cases are sent to UNHCR for further processing.
Staff at Society for Human Rights and Prisoners' Aid (SHARP) have experience in
monitoring / evaluation
research & development
experience in recruitment
with experience in conflict areas
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