MOU With Global Peace Summit Unite

RDF Rural Development Foundation and Global Peace Summit Unite: A Landmark MOU Signed to Tackle Global Issues. Join us in combating oppression and fostering peace by addressing climate change, health crises, social disparity, and more. Together, we can create a harmonious world.


Officials from ICLNP visited RDF

Agha Noor Muhammad, Chief Executive of Indus Cottage Libraries Network Pakistan, and Dr. Mansoor Kundi, Ex. Vice-Chancellor, visited the RDF Head Office for a meeting with President RDF, Brigadier Retired Muhammad Aslam Khan. They were briefed about RDF’s working areas and projects, expressing interest in potential collaboration.


Mr.JavedSadiq Malik Chairman of RDF engagement in a productive session at RDF Office


Rana Shahid Director Punajb social welfare Department visited RDF

Rana Shahid Director Punajb social welfare Department visited RDF on 15th Nov 23. President RDF Brig r Muhammad Aslam Khan briefed him about RDF working. Rana Shahid appreciated the efforts of RDF and showed interest to work closely qith RDF in its future endeavour.


MOU With Hasna Welfare and Development Foundation

Signing of Memorandum of Understanding MOU between Hasna Welfare and Development Foundation and Rural Development Foundation of Pakistan. The purpose of the MOU is to facilitate each other in common areas of work


Opening ceremony of Vocational Training Centre Jhandu

Another Vocational Training Centre opened in Sector C 18 District Rawalpindi by RDF. The center is poised to become a hub for skill development, offering an array of programs designed to uplift individuals and enhance their employability


Meeting with Tikka team

On 01/11/23, at the RDF office in Islamabad, we had a productive meeting with the Tikka team to discuss our core areas and explore future collaborations. 🤝

During the meeting, we had the opportunity to present a brief overview of RDF’s cutting-edge initiatives and projects, paving the way for new horizons of collaboration that hold promise for innovation and progress


Chairman of Kuchlak Welfare Society visited RDF

RDF networking member Chairman Malik Rashid Kakar of Kuchlak Welfare Society visited RDF and had meeting with the President RDF. They shared their unique ideas with each other for rural development.


Examined our Rainwater Harvesting Project

President Brig. Aslam Khan (Retd) and Director Project Zil Ur Rehman Qureshi examined our Rainwater Harvesting Project.

Water is life, and at Rural Development Foundation (RDF), we are committed to preserving this precious resource for a sustainable future. Today, our President, Brig. Aslam Khan (Retd), and Director Project, Zil Ur Rehman Qureshi, had the privilege of examining three crucial units of our Rainwater Harvesting Project.

These initiatives reflect our unwavering dedication to environmental conservation and sustainability.

Two of these units are located in Gohdo, with one serving the RDF Centre Gohdo,Taxila, and the other benefiting the Awan House.

The third unit is located in Garhi Afghanan, further extending our commitment to water management and conservation in the region.

This project represents our ongoing efforts to make a positive impact on the communities we serve. Every drop of rainwater collected is a step toward a greener, more sustainable future.


Upcoming Children literacy project

Etched a historic milestone in the annals of our esteemed project as President Brig.Aslam Khan (Retd) and Director Project Zil Ur Rehman Qureshi embarked on a transformative journey to the RDF .

A pivotal highlight of this memorable visit was the inspection of carefully selected sites earmarked for an upcoming Children literacy project. As our visionary leaders explored these locations, they bore witness to the immense potential and promise that this project holds for education and empowerment in the region. This isn’t just a project; it’s a beacon of hope and transformation.

The RDF team, under the guidance of these dedicated leaders, is writing a new chapter in the journey of progress and community development.