With your support the project has been able to collect USD 1500 in one quarter which is a great success and a sense of trust on AWARD.
Nearly 10 per cent of the population of Pakistan lacks access to sanitary toilets, enabling diseases like typhoid, polio, diarrhea, jaundice, and cholera to flourish. The women and children with no toilets venture outside the house in pitch darkness with a gas lamp everyday with no access to toilet for the rest of the day making them vulnerable and unsafe.
The amount , which has been received by AWARD recently , will be spent in constructing 2-3 toilets for the needy families and will be reported in the next quarter. The work on the construction of toilets will be initiated in early July 2021. The project has generated a great support and will continue reaching out the communities and families where toilets are still an exception.
We request all our donors to keep supporting us.
Jun 7, 2021
Report on relief recovery for the flood affected in Pakistan
By Azeem Christopher - Project leader
Dear Friends ,
Thank you for your support during the emergency due to the flood in District Jhang in year 2020. AWARD managed to help 200 families during the emergency through its partners support including GlobalGiving.
Since last year AWARD has initiated "Women Advancement Program" in the flood affected areas of Muzaffargarh to the stregthen the recovery process by strenghtening the local rural women. The intervention for the recovery are as follows
1) Disasater Risk Reduction Training with the communities in 24 villages
2) Formation of DRR commiitees in each area for early warning and rescue purposes during floods.
2) Business development training with 60 flood affected women to improve their livelihood.
3) Provision of small loans to the women to initiate small business.
4) Plantation of 12000 trees in 6 most affected areas.
5) Monthly educational session to imporve knowledge of the marginalized women.
As the monsoon is arrives every July. There are extreme chances of hundreds of rural areas to be hit by it again. We request all our supporters to help AWARD in providing relief and recovery to the flood affected marginalized communities
one beneficiary having her own livestock
educational sessions with the local women
May 20, 2021
19th report on carbon free water
By Azeem Christopher - Program Leader
Through your generous support , AWARD Pakistan has managed to raise USD19,384 to install hand pumps and water wells in Tehsil Balakot , District Mansehra.The COVID -19 crises has affected the donation process for this project. The project hasnt received any further donation.Therefore we request our supporters to help us reach the vulnerable and marginalized communities of District Mansehra.
Through this project, the children of Balakot were provided with the wells and the handpumps in 4 target areas as the children of the areas were suffereing from multiple diseases due to the contaminated water of the river which was the only source to drink water. In 2016, nearly 8000 inhabitants (includng women and children) of Balakot were benefitted wih this project.
According to Mr. Mustafa (our social mobilizer).The beneficiaries are satisfied with the provided facility and are using it with great responsibility the disease ratio in these areas has been drastically reduced after the intervention.During the last quarter, the schools remained closed due to the lockdown by the Government.
There has been a serious decline in the donations for this project. Therefore we request all our donors and supporters to help provide children and women (living in far flung mountainous areas), an access to safe drinking water.