Association for Humanitarian Development (AHD)

Association for Humanitarian Development (AHD) is a social community based organization was established in December 2001-2002 and registered under the Societies Registration Act: XXI of 1860 on 17 May 2003. Re-Registered on June 1st 2013 Vision To bring Peace, Justice, Unity and Harmony for all and to ensure availability of food for marginalized communities of Pakistan
Jun 30, 2014

342 Forest & 92 Fruit trees plantation near Jati

Children love to plant trees at their house
Children love to plant trees at their house

 

AHD working for rural farming communities since 2003-2004 and promoting village solutions, the kitchen gardening and tree plantation is the top priority of AHD programs. In some 520 male and female CBOs (community based organization) AHD introduced to plant a 1 fruit tree at their house and than 10 trees at their agricultural lands. So far some 434 tree planted near Jati Taluka district Sujawal Sindh.

Further AHD plan made to plant 15,000 trees during July to August 2014 season for farmers in Jati area district Sujawal. The project will help poor rural communities to plant more trees at their household level and in their agricultural lands. For more information please feel free to email at info@ahdpak.org

Or can call at Ph: +92-22-3860880

Tree Plantation at Chotho Kolhi Village
Tree Plantation at Chotho Kolhi Village
Trees planted for more green & healthy Pakistan
Trees planted for more green & healthy Pakistan
Jun 9, 2014

Tharparkar still needs support for drought victims

Old persosn worried about food & grass for animals
Old persosn worried about food & grass for animals

Drought hit 253,580 families in Tharparkar District 

This latest drought hit all 6 Talukas of the district, rendering 253,580 families vulnerable to malnutrition and hunger. Almost all the human and animal population in the district suffered from the severe shortage of food and fodder. Since December 2013, 233 deaths have been reported of which a major portion is children. During the first sixteen days of April 2014, 22 deaths have been of which 9 were children and from December 2013, out of 233 deaths 128 were children. A population of 121,418 is treated as of today.

Since livestock is a major source of livelihood, animal population is severely affected 2,069 animals died and 3,275,184 animals treated. This led to a severe effect on livelihood.

Government agencies and humanitarian actors responded to the situation in a timely manner but a huge damage occurred in this period. As on 14th May, 2014, 85 children have been treated in the district and tehsil hospitals and mobile camps, of 16 were under 5 years. 1,106 OPD patients treated of which 248 were under five, 16 children are treated for malnourishment and 511 patients treated.

Still Needs humanitaria actions in medical, health & food sectors, AHD mobile medical team needs support to have more visits and medical camps in  dorught hit area of Tharparkar Sindh Pakistan 

Women worry about food for children in coming days
Women worry about food for children in coming days
May 28, 2014

Some 22 Young women learning sewing skills Near Sikandrabad Kotri

Young women learnning sewing skills
Young women learnning sewing skills

Some 22 Young women learning sewing skills in Sikandrabad near Hyderabad

Women sewing and skill development center established in Sikandrabad through the women CBOs of Sikandrabad Kotri near Hyderabad during March 2014, within 2 months young and adult women learning very fast and now able to sieve their children and family cloths through their own, within next 2 months some 22 young women will be trained and will start sewing at their household level.

AHD plans to provide them with sewing machines, in this regard US $ 60 needs for one machine and total 22 sewing machines 1320 US $ needed to provide them with sewing machines

We hope donors of this project will consider supporting young women to find solution of income generation at their family level

For more feel free to contact Miss. Tahira Rajput, at +92-22-3860880 or can email at info@ahdpak.org

Teacher giving lecture to young women
Teacher giving lecture to young women
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