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Sindhi Association of North America

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About Us

SANA is a non-profit organization the objectives of which are to unite Sindhis in North America and everywhere; to defend the historic national rights of Sindhi people; to foster friendship and understanding between Sindhis and other nationalities; to educate people about Sindhi Civilization, philosophy, values, language, literature, history and heritage; to harness and bring under one umbrella of SANA, the potential energy, resources, and knowledge in Sindhis living in North America. In light of the above objectives, SANALIST is created for the Sindhi community in North America to discuss and analyze the Sindh situation, to form a bond between Sindhis in North America and to enrich from the information flow.



SANA Dr. Feroz Ahmed Memorial Educational (FAME) Fund Scholarship Program was developed to provide a merit/Income based financial assistance to Sindhi students who are obtaining education in various universities and colleges in Pakistan.

Sindh Development

Sindh Skills Development Program (SSDP) is a non-government, not-for-profit and non-political civil society organization founded in April 03, 2015 and registered under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 with Registration Number 7526. 


We have embarked upon a journey to establish an outstanding progressive institution in the form of the University of Sustainable Sciences (USS). USS has been conceived to deliver dynamic innovative solutions and meet industry needs in a rapidly changing global 

Sindh Development

The Tharparkar district, spread over 22,000 square kilometres, is a chronically poor area with an estimated population of 1.2 million. Of these, 95 % live in around 2,000 villages. Water shortage is a major problem of the area.

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