Restoring Family Links
Saving lives, uniting people and changing minds for healthy, safe and resilient communities.
The leading humanitarian organization of Pakistan, committed to prevent and alleviate human sufferings by mobilizing the power of humanity through volunteers.
PRCS Fundamental Principles
Restoring family links of the persons separated due to emergencies/ disasters and to provide them the RFL services, referring them to the appropriate institutions/ organizations, who may be able to fulfilled their needs.
Specific Duties, Responsibilities, and Accountabilities
Implement, supervise, and monitor the program activities in the province.
Plan, organize, and conduct capacity building trainings/workshops for PRCS staff and volunteers.
Liaison and networking, with government and non-governmental organizations.
Prepare regular, timely and accurate progress reports e.g Monthly Narrative, Financial & monitoring reports and share with all concerned at the PRCS NHQ.
Conduct RFL activities in case of any Disaster/ Armed conflict.
Provide coaching and supervision whenever needed to the reporting staff and volunteers involved in the implementation of RFL activities.
Setting priorities and deadlines, organizing the work, assigning tasks and responsibilities, monitoring achievements and performances.
Keeping PRCS superiors duly and timely informed of the activities or/and any operational development.
Ensure that the activities are carried out in line with the allocated budget.
Keep accurate records of activities.
Timely share the RFL cases follow ups, reports, minutes of meeting with NHQ.
Participating in the RFL coordination and planning meetings and propose changes for improvements if needed.
Identifying and maintaining contacts with relevant stakeholders.
Build and maintain contacts and represent the PRCS with relevant authorities, explain RFL activities in the region and provide necessary information when needed.
Any other task as may be assigned by the Management.