52-kilometer water channel of Ghazi Barotha Hydropower Project
Mr. Shoaib Sultan Khan Speech UN, 2007
Meeting of the board of directors of GBTI
Mr. Malik Fateh Khan (CEO-GBTI) addressing community organization in Swabi
Mr. Shoaib Sultan Khan welcomed by the children in inauguration ceremony of school improvement project, Attock.
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Ghazi Barotha Taraqiati Idara

Ghazi Barotha Taraqiati Idara (GBTI) was established as a Project Non-Government Organization (PNGO), in 1995 with the financial support of WAPDA in the Ghazi Hydropower Project (GBHP) area. GBTI is a Non-Government Organization registered as a company limited by guarantee under section 42 of the companies’ ordinance (1984).

  • It is an approved Not for Profit Organization under clause 2 (36) of the Income Tax Ordinance, 2001.
  • It is certified as an NPO by Pakistan Centre of Philanthropy, the certification agency of Government of Pakistan.
  • It is licensed to carry out Investment Finance Services as Non-Banking Microfinance Company.
  • It is a member organization of Rural Support Programme Network.
  • It is a member organization of Pakistan Microfinance Network.
  • It is a member organization of Human Resource Development Network.
  • It is a member organization of International Union for Conservation of Nature.
  • GBTI core operations are managed from the income of an endowment fund provided by WAPDA.
  • It is autonomous and independent.
  • It has no pre-conceived package for delivery of services or supplies.
  • It is a gender sensitive development organization.
  • It has no political agenda.

What we do

Social Mobilization

Social Mobilisation is at the heart of everything we do. The principles and practices of social mobilization…


Affectees Facilitation Cell

GBTI Board of Directors approved the establishment of a separate cell on 8th of December… 


Rural Microfinance and Enterprise Development

GBTI’s Rural Microfinance and Enterprise…




Directly & indirectly GBHP Project Affected Person (PAPs) will be organized in the form of their own organizations. The community institutions and their activists are recognized by the Government and private development agencies as vehicles for the sustainable development and poverty reduction


To ensure fair and just implementation and compensation packages announced for affected communities of Ghazi Barotha hydro Project (GBHP) through involvement of all stakeholders and promote area development programme with a special focus on the poor and deprived communities