Wishing for some magic charm for House Repair
A farmer age 30 a resident of Village Haji Sawan, Deh Hanjor, Uc Haji Sawan, Taluka Matli, Badin. He is a tenant farmer and grows crops on his master lands for survival of his family. He was depressed of the conditions he is going on in this time. He used to manage income from farming and make sure his family is living a satisfied life, but all changed after floods 0f 2011. He has a family of 5 including his wife and 2 sons, 1 daughter. He quoted “it all happened so rapidly and changed my life for once and all”. The reason behind all this is debt burden. He and his other brothers share 60 acres of land for farming purposes. Cotton was in fields with cotton balls to harvest but floods 2011 washed away all. Next it was turn of Rabi crop wheat to be sown but standing water in fields didn’t make it possible for him. The lands dried in 3rd month of 2012. He managed to sow Cotton again but rains 2012 made things worse for him. His Cotton fields are again destroyed and AHD team witnessed those fields. At present he is daily looking for some labor to manage his financial needs. When asked from him who will bear the loss expanses he quoted “the master will get all these expanses from us next year when we will be able to harvest crops this or next year, Till than I am under his debt and borrow money in times when I don’t get labor work even”. He needs support for their HOUSE Repair & agriculture inputs; this is question of his survival. Or he won’t be able to recover from debts and live a dignified life.
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Mrs. Mohan repaired her house for the next moon soon season 2014
Mrs. Mohan residing near Budho Kmabrani Taluka Matli of District Badin, faced heavy rain 2011 & 2012, her house was damaged 100% and living in open sky after floods 2012. AHD staff visited the Budho Kambrani UC and share roof material of her family with the support of IOM during early 2013. Within 2 months time period Mrs. Mohan with her husband constructed this house and now they are safe and secure to face the incoming rain season 2014.
Still no. of family or poor women headed families looking support form AHD and we hope you all support will enable is to reach more families with roof / shelter kits
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Flood Victims in 2010, 2011 & 2012 looking support for Shelter kits for their house construction
AHD has been working for the low cost housing through shelter kits / roofing kits distribution in the past and some 8700 families and some 87,000 people have access to their own home and saved from cold and hot weather. Through the vision to promote low cost housing and distribution of the shelter kits AHD working with some 520 village based groups / CBOs and majority of them still needs shelter kits of low cost housing. Our project can help some families and can provide at least roofing kit / shelter kit to one family in just US $ 500 only. One low cost house cost only US $ 500 total some 350 for material and 150 for the labor and mobilization and construction charges. Very simple and traditional, people love to live and use such houses.
The project is useful and families provided earlier with shelter kits now happy living in safe places or houses. We looking your all cooperation in this regard for the support in shelter or low cost house construction for the poor flood affected families.
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Needs low cost housing roof material near Matli
AHD working in 59 villages of the of Matli Taluka district Badin targeting rural families for the provision of safe drinking water, during the field survey and workshop AHD staff seen very bad situation of the houses of poor communities residing in theses villages, AHD planning to support these families with the low cost shelter by providing Low Cost house roof material which cost only Rs. 15,000 in US $ total will be 150 only. The roof material will help them to put roof on the houses and made mud walls through their own in the respective villages. Community agrees to do work and made their house mud walls, further we are sharing with you all to support our idea, and we can be able to reach our more families through this project
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 email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org 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
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