Balochistan is the largest province (by area) of Pakistan, constituting approximately 44% of the total land mass of Pakistan. According to the 1998 census, Balochistan had a population of roughly 6.6 million. Its neighbouring regions are Iran to the west; Afghanistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to the north; and Punjab and Sindh to the east. The provincial capital is Quetta and Gwadar is the developing port city. Balochistan is rich in mineral resources; it is the second major supplier of natural gas in Pakistan. In Balochistan, we are working in four districts namely Noshki, Bolan, Khuzdar an Awaran.
- District Chaghai (Noshki) in partnership with Azat Foundation .
- District Bolan in partnership with Participatory Educational Awareness and Community Empowerment (PEACE)
- District Khuzdar in partnership with Health and Rural Development (HARD)
- District Awaran in partnership with Duraski Social Development Society