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
Girl Initiative Fund for Sindh Pakistan
 
AHD is working in slum areas of Hyderabad. The target families are poor low income groups with no education facility, youth girls will be provided with school supplies, uniforms, scholarship for girls ages between 6 to 16 years. AHD wants to provide a facility for the girls student or school drop out with education and skills support for 1,000 youth girls in Hyderabad & Kotri slum areas of Hyderabad & Kotri Sindh Pakistan. project reportread updates from the field
Skill Trainings for Young Women in Pakistan
 
Most deserving poor youth & young women will be selected to start income generation and entrepreneur skills in YOUNG WOMEN residing in slum areas and belongs to poor families through Skill & Entrepreneur training center for 300 young women ages between 14 to 24 years at the initial stage within a year time frame. project reportread updates from the field
Green Pakistan by Plant a Tree & Install FES Stove
 
Heavy floods hit the Jati and Sujawal area and all 30 villages were submerged in flood water. This project in necessary to rehabilitate the flood victims with a safe cooking environment. project reportread updates from the field
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
 
This project will provide immediate support for 6,000 families through Nadi filter unit for clean drinking water, mosquito nets and water coolers for safe drinking water as well as hygiene promotion to save 72,000 people from water borne diseases. women & children health improvement through Nadi filter safe drinking water project. project reportread updates from the field
Food & Medical Relief for Flood Victims Pakistan
 
Pakistan Rural Communities are the Victims of 2010, 2011 & 2012 & now 2014 Super Floods hit Punjab & Sindh, millions affected, we at AHD through this project want to support women and children at their door step for provision of medical care & medicinal support to 1,000 families & about 8,000 people will be benefited from this flood relief activity. AHD staff already in action to asses and provide food & medical aid to rural poor families lost their all house, crops & livestock. project reportread updates from the field
Low Cost Shelter for Flood Victims 2014 Pakistan
 
Low cost shelter project designed to protect the 1500 affected families of Uc Dubi & Khorwah of Taluka Shaheed Fazal Rahoo, Badin District by providing them low cost one room housing to bring them back to normal life as before floods, that they can secure their women & children as well as whole family in their own home. AHD staff will mobilize poor flood victims for construction of their houses within 2 months time period. project reportread updates from the field
Solar Energy Light in the Life of Rural People
 
Provision of 500 mini solar sets to low-income households and 150 solar power stations to public facilities (rural clinics, schools and libraries, community centers and mosques). with the purpose to bring light in the lives of poor ones project reportread updates from the field
Help to Establish Mother&Child Health Center Jati
 
Provide ANC, PNC, FP and Delivery Services at the MCH Coverage Centre: A certified birth attendant or Lady Health Visitor (LHV) holding minimum 02 years diploma in MNCH services will be hired locally or from adjacent UCs to provide ANC, PNC, FP and delivery services at the centre. She will report on daily and weekly basis to AHD project coordinator, will maintain patient records and develop profiles of pregnant women and CBAs getting FP services. project reportread updates from the field
Support Tharaprkar Drought Hit Families
 
Association for Humanitarian Development decided to support 2000 families of Tharparkar district, the families hit by Drought and residing in remote area of Islamkot & Nagarparkar far and scattered areas the focus will be given to the farming families to plant forest and fruit trees and construct water reservoirs and Tankas for vegetable and crop cultivation. AHD has vision to bring sustainable change in quick time. Forestry and agricultural biodiversity is only solution for Thari communities project reportread updates from the field
Economic Support for Rural Widows Northern Uganda
 
Rural women and single mothers are the poorest among women in Kitgum, Northern Uganda. The status of these women is very low. About 90% of these women are illiterate, malnourished, stressed and depressed, unskilled poor agricultural laborers. Their main sources of income are through physical casual labour in the neighborhood, agriculture, charcoal burning and collection of minor forest products. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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