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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 2012, it has 5,012 active borrowers, gross loan portfolio of 43.9 million, 48,170 active savers with value of savings at PKR 7.7 million

Established in 1991, NRSP is the largest Rural Support Program 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 all the four provinces.

As of June 2012, it has 3,33,511 active borrowers, gross loan portfolio of PKR 4.2 billion, 2.009 million active savers with value of savings at PKR 1.3 billion

The Punjab Rural Support Program (PRSP) was incorporated, in November 1997, as                                         a company under section 42 of the Companies Ordinance, 1984. It is currently operating in 28 districts of the Punjab and through other interventions in partnership with government and donors. It aims to alleviate poverty and enhance income, empowerment of women and general improvement in the quality of life of the poor in the rural areas of Punjab

As of June 2012, it has 73,944 active borrowers, gross loan portfolio of PKR 896.9 million, 1,71,796 active savers with value of savings at 99.2 million

Sarhad Rural Support Program (SRSP) was established in 1989 and is registered under Company's Law, working in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and parts of FATA. At the heart of the SRSP approach is the belief that marginalized communities and disadvantaged people have within them the capacity for self-help.  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 along with development has become a core competency of the organization.

As of June 2012, it has 3,121 active borrowers, gross loan portfolio of PKR 22.9 million, 3,494 active savers with value of savings at PKR 2.05 million

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

Thardeep Rural Development Program (TRDP) is a non-profit organization, registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860, working in the rural areas of Tharparkar, Mirpurkhas, Dadu and Khairpur districts of Sindh, Pakistan. Its origins can be traced in Tharparkar Rural Development Program (TRDP) initiated for emergency relief work during 1987, after drought hit Thar, for the most affected families. The program is aimed at facilitating the rural communities in a way that they can be empowered to secure their rights with command over resources and capabilities to manage the process of sustainable development.

As of June 2012, it has 55404 active borrowers, gross loan portfolio of 547423177, 392972 active savers with value of savings at 224921205 [all figures are in PKR]