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GBTI was established in 1995 for the rehabilitation of people affected by the Ghazi Barotha Hydro-power Project (GBHP).  It is registered under the Companies Ordinance, 1984. It aims for rehabilitation and development of villages and communities which were directly or indirectly affected by the Ghazi Barotha Hydropower Project (GBHP) targeting the affected villages in Attock (Punjab) Swabi and Haripur (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa).

As of June 2013, it has 4,842 active borrowers, gross loan portfolio of PKR 52 million, 919 active savers with value of savings at PKR 0.8 million.

Established in 1991, NRSP is the largest Rural Support Programme in the country in terms of outreach, staff and development activities. It is a not for profit organization registered under Section 42 of Companies Ordinance 1984.

NRSP's mandate is to alleviate poverty by harnessing people's potential and undertake development activities in Pakistan. It has a presence in 67 Districts in all the four Provinces including Azad Jammu and Kashmir through Regional Offices and Field Offices. NRSP is currently working with more than 3.3 million poor households organized into a network of 208,382 Community Organizations. With sustained incremental growth, it is emerging as Pakistan's leading engine for poverty reduction and rural development.

The Punjab Rural Support Programme (PRSP) was incorporated, in November 1997, as a company set up under section 42 of the companies Act, 2017.  The company's Registration Number is 0038557 and National Tax Number is 2290295-3. The main objective of the company is to develop the rural area, support and subsidize means, programmes, plans and scheme for rural uplift, socio-economic welfare including giving credit to persons having dealings with the company. 

It is currently operating in 20 Districts of the Punjab with the “Core” Program and through other interventions in Partnership with the Government(s) and certain Donors.  The “Core” Program activities are overseen by 3 Regional Offices located at Faisalabad, Multan and Sialkot. These three Regions operate the “Core” Program through 65 “Social Mobilization Teams” (SMTs) in 20 Districts.

Sarhad Rural Support Programme (SRSP) is a nonprofit company/ non-government organization registered under Company's Law, working in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and parts of FATA. It’s an intermediary organization which is based on the rural support programme (RSP) approach to community empowerment and economic and livelihood development. It was established in 1989 by members of the civil society, enlightened members of the government in their individual capacities, members of the academia, media and training institutions.

In 2007 SRSP also initiated a programme for community empowerment and economic development in parts of FATA. In recent years because of its vast outreach in the communities, SRSP has had to play a prominent role in disasters that have hit Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and as a result humanitarian work alongwith development has become a core competency of the organization.

Established in 2003, the Sindh Rural Support Organization (SRSO) is the major Rural Support Program in northern Sindh. It is a non-profit organization registered under Section 42 of the Companies Ordinance 1984. SRSO is present in 9 districts of Sindh which include some of the remote and impoverished areas.  The mandate of SRSO is to alleviate poverty by harnessing the people’s potential and to undertake development activities in Sindh.

As of June 2012, it has 63,340 active borrowers, gross loan portfolio of 985.01 million, 40,304 active savers with value of savings at 6.04 million