Sindh Development Society (SDS) was formed in 1991 and registered in March 1994 under the Societies Act 1860, to participate in the process of development and social uplift of the backward areas of the province of Sindh. SDS is one of the few organizations with a wide-range agenda on development. In its short span of existence, SDS has been actively involved in the development projects in the areas of non-formal education, sanitation, environmental protection, human rights, advocacy, political education/awareness, primary health care, capacity building of grass-root local CBOs, disaster relief services.
To uplift the living standard of the people living in the backward areas of the province of Sindh through participatory, sustainable and integrated development initiatives and to promote and advocate the rights of underprivileged and vulnerable sections of the society.
The objectives of SDS are to: