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Understanding Faith-based Organisations in Pakistan

16 July 2010

 

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This article is now available at:

https://blog.bham.ac.uk/idd/2010/07/understanding-faith-based-organisations-in-pakistan/

This article summarises one of the research projects whose findings will be presented at the international conference being organised from 21st-23rd July by the Birmingham and IDD-based Religions and Development Research Programme.  For more information about this project on the characteristics and activities of faith-based organisations in Karachi, Pakistan, see:
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2 Comments leave one →
  1. 16 July 2010 11:00

    I can’t understand why some people are acting as the faith is something bad. Religious people are not sick. Measure is best in everything. If FBOs are helping people why should we be afraid of them.

  2. 16 July 2010 11:41

    I think this link between religion and development is one sphere that has been under-studied in Pakistan. There is an urgent need for more such studies in order to understand the complex relationships between religion, social development and Pakistani society. People here tend to trust charities that have a religious affiliation, whereas there is an inherent mistrust of secular NGO’s.

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