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
Dec 13, 2013

Plan to support 1,000 households with medical help

Selection of villages for medical camps
Selection of villages for medical camps

Plan to support 1,000 households with medical help in this winter season

Staff of AHD conducted fresh survey in UC Hajji Sawan and Tharri of Matli Taluka of District Badin to provide them with 20 medical camps, the camps will be organized in villages to cover their women and children affected by floods in the years of 2010, 2011, & 2012 consecutively, the villagers do not have enough food and finance to keep maintain their health and they are looking for help to get medical treatment at their door step

AHD will hire one doctor and along with their medical team will conduct 20 medical camps in the 20 most deserving villages. For this purpose we will needs some 5,000 US $ (fuel of Mobile Veen, medicine, and doctor fees) only. the medical camps will be organized in Jan & Feb 2014 to help poor villagers during winter season.

Mostly women and children suffering the gastro and diherai, fever and skin disease, our medical support will help them to get treatment at their door step, as they do not have nearby basic health facility

for more please feel free to share your views or ask for information, can email or share views at ahdpak@gmail.com or can call at Ph: +92-22-3860880

 

Nov 4, 2013

Plan to support 200 families with food and 7,500 with medical

families affected by floods 2013
families affected by floods 2013

AHD is working in Jati area district Thatta since 2004-2005, since 1999 to 2007 was water shortage and in 2008-2009 also low water for irrigation and farmers cultivated only 10 to 25% of their agricultural lands. In the year 2010 super floods hit the Sujawal and Jati area and almost all 100% crops and houses submerged in flood water. Again in the year 2011 & 2012 heavy rain spell damaged crops and 80% population become very poor regarding crops, livestock, food and shelter.

Again in the year 2013 late arrival of irrigation water affected almost 80% tail end farmers and majority of framers do not cultivated rice crop or still busy to cultivate some 25% of their lands for rice.

The flood 2013 again disturbs thousands of farming families, the project posted will help flood victims the plan for the next 3 months is to provide;

Food package                                                    200 families       US $   5,000/=

Medial camps 30                                              7,500 families       US $  7,500/=

Total Budget required                                     US $ 12,500/= in three months time period

The above package will help poor vulnerable families to start working in their agricultural lands and cultivate crops and vegetables, AHD will encourage people to have

Snaps attached to see the situation of flood victims, need your support for their livelihood security, we do our best to support target families and provide them with food and medical within short time period

Oct 22, 2013

One Room Low Cost Shelter Model by AHD

AHD Low cost model in US $ 350 only
AHD Low cost model in US $ 350 only

One Room Low Cost Shelter Model by AHD  

Proposed by Association for Humanitarian Development (AHD)

AHD is targeting most deserving families, who’s lost their houses during floods 2010, 2011, 20I2 & 2013 of Thatta & Badin districts Sindh Pakistan. The project will be target 500 families with the consultation of the village based CBOs (Community Based Organization) & staff of AHD for the finalization of the no. of families per village for the start of the 500 One Room Shelter project. AHD will strictly fallow the Strategy, endorsed by the UNOCHA & NDMA; AHD will be supporting vulnerable flood-affected households whose houses were completely destroyed in the floods to rebuild a durable, flood-resistant one-room shelter.

Beneficiary households will be assessed, selected, and registered with the support of the village level CBO and local village beneficiaries. The most vulnerable beneficiaries are identified according to the following Shelter Cluster vulnerability criteria and protection criteria: (1) completely destroyed house; and (2) either absence of adult male family member, disabled or elderly family member, low-income or large family. Cash support is provided to allow flexible, needs-based support (beneficiaries choose the shelter design and building materials, ensuring that the shelter is culturally and climatically suitable and that salvaged materials are used wherever possible) and revitalize local economies and building material supply chains.

AHD teams of program manager, 2 social mobilizers, 1 engineer, and monitoring experts provide support to implement one room shelter project in beneficiaries. Social mobilizers organize beneficiary households into groups of 10, who are responsible for helping each other achieve construction milestones. Engineers and shelter specialists provide technical support for the incorporation of cost-effective disaster risk reduction techniques including plastering the walls to flood height both inside and out, building a solid foundation, reinforcing the corners and use of lintels above doors and windows. The M & E officer will conduct spot checks of individual houses and provide feedback to office and program manager will keep inform to office and donors as well.

The project budget will be only US $ 350 per villages, the details can be asked at info@ahdpak.org or ahdpak@gmail.com we planning to construct 500 One Room Shelter for flood victims of Thatta & Badin districts. Your all support will help us to meet target within next 06 months time period

Mrs. Wali wife is very happy in her house
Mrs. Wali wife is very happy in her house
Ms. Shani from village Shambh Kohli UC 02, Matli
Ms. Shani from village Shambh Kohli UC 02, Matli

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