Ministry Of Overseas Pakistanis And Human Resource Development (pakistan) (Ministry)

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The Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development is a ministry of the Government of Pakistan that oversees matters concerning Overseas Pakistanis and human resource development in Pakistan. Pir Syed Sadaruddin Shah Rashidi is the current federal minister for Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development.[1] The News The ministry was created in July 2013, from a merger of the Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and the Ministry of Human Resource Development[2] International labour Organizations
  • Details
  • Jurisdiction:

    Federal Government of Pakistan

  • Headquarters:

    Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory

  • Type:

    Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development, Human Resources

  • Annual Budget:

    1093 Rs in Million ( 2015-2016)

  • Ministry Executives:

    Pir Syed Sadaruddin Shah Rashidi

  • Federal Secretary :

    Mr. Khizar Hayat Khan

  • Phone:

    +92-51-9210077, 9213540, 9215303

  • Landmarks :

    Pak secretariat

  • Address:

    5th & 6th Floors, Block B, Pak Secretariat, Islamabad.

  • Website:


Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development was established on 7th June, 2013 through merger of erstwhile Ministry of Human Resource Development and Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis. Under the Rules of Business 1973,[3] HR development merged the Ministry makes policies for employment promotion abroad; takes measures for the welfare of Pakistani Emigrants and their dependents in Pakistan; and coordinates with provincial governments to align national labour laws with Pakistan’s international obligations on labour standards.[4] Ministry's Introduction


To develop OPF as a progressive, effective, dedicated, credible and professionally self-sustained organization striving for the economic and social welfare of overseas Pakistanis working or settled abroad and their families/dependents living in Pakistan and ultimately act as a one-window solution provider to all problems faced by overseas Pakistanis.


The issues faced by the Overseas Pakistanis and their families are resolved in an efficient manner. OPF will make efforts to enhance the contributions of overseas Pakistanis towards the development and progress of Pakistan through their remittances, investments and technological expertise.

Ministries of Overseas Pakistanis HR Development Merged

ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis has been merged with the Ministry of Human Resource Development, a Senate panel learned on Monday. A meeting of the Senate’s standing committee on overseas Pakistanis, presided over by Mohammad Ali Rind, was informed that the two ministries had been merged as part of the PML-N government’s austerity measures. The committee was informed that most of the people affected by the Iraq-Kuwait war had been paid their dues with bank profit, but some cases were still pending. It was also told that the right to vote for expatriate Pakistanis had been accepted and after approval of the decision by the federal cabinet they would be able to cast their vote in next elections.Last year, overseas Pakistanis sent foreign exchange worth $14 million. Offices have been opened in 26 countries and community welfare attaches have been appointed in 18 countries to facilitate expatriates, the committee was informed. Several housing schemes are being executed in 12 big cities of the country for them. The committee was informed that 23 schools and two colleges had been functioning for children of overseas Pakistanis, and a school and a vocational institute were being set up in Peshawar for the children of expatriates belonging to the Federally Administered Tribal Areas. The meeting took notice of robberies and extortion of overseas Pakistanis on their visit to Pakistan and accepted a proposal for establishing speedy trial courts to dispose of such cases. Maulvi Abdul Sattar, a member of the committee, emphasised the need for providing more jobs to the people of Balochistan.[5]Ministries of overseas Pakistanis hr development merged

Head Office

Address : 5th & 6th Floors, Block B, Pak Secretariat, Islamabad. Landmarks : Pak secretariat City : Islamabad Phone : +92-51-9210077, 9213540, 9215303 Fax : +92-51-9203464, 9206283

Branch Office

Address : Pakistan Manpower Hostel Building, Near Zero Point, Islamabad. Landmarks : Pakistan Manpower Hostel Building, Urdu University, Zero Point City : Islamabad Phone : +92-51-9252522, 9252557 Fax : +92-51-9252511

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