Solar Lights for 19 poor families near Jati
The Coastal area of Jati district Sujawal rural families residing without electricity and lack of basic health fasciitis. Poor families usually travel 15 to 22 km to go to Taluka Hospital. AHD women program staff visits different villages and find most poor and deserving families of one of village for the distribution of solar lights. Some 19 solar lights distributed in poor village near sea and women were very happy to receive the solar lights.
AHD planning to support some 100 families in next quarter, for this purpose we need your support and some 2,500 US $ within next 3 months, we at AHD hopeful for the go ahead and plan to distribute and survey as good village to help poor families.
Widow Women Group of Kisumo Meets Khurshid Bhatti, CEO AHD
This is our pleasure to share that Widow Women Group of some 30 women meets Mr. Khurshid Bhatti, CEO Association for Humanitarian Development on Feb 12, 2019 through one of meetings conducted with widow women and orphan children to see their problems and discuss solutions for them. AHD share its vision and mission with women group chairperson Ms. Yuainta at Slum Araea of Kisumu. The women share poor conditions, they do not have proper shelter and they living in poor condition, women also share their low income and low earnings.
Widow Women Group also requested for Tractor Machine to plough their small lands and grow crops and vegetables to fulfill their needs. The tractor prices of 15,000 to 20,000 US $.
Looking your support and quick help
Nadi Filter Replication in Kisumo & Kakamega Kenya
Scarcity of clean water is common in this region compelling most of the people around to consume any available water which mostly is contaminated. Very few individuals here can afford clean bottled water. Cases of water borne diseases are very common especially to the women and children not sparing some men too. Due to this severe condition the training was done by Mr. Khurshid Bhatti CEO of association for humanitarian development (AHD) in rural village near Mumusia county Kaka mega.
The training was well received by the Villagers mainly women, village elders and other village leaders and church representatives were also present.
Mr. Khurshid took us through the theory part of making Nadi filter in one of the widow’s house for 30 minutes. Questions were raised from different members who anxiously were in need to see the final product of Nadi filter. After the theory, the trainer took the trainee to the field for practical
The local based bio sand Nadi filter consist of
Big vessel/Pot (Nadi)
Small pot (matka)
Small Stones of different sizes
All these materials are locally available or they can acquire with little strain around the area. Making of Nadi filter does not require technical knowledge and so any person can make it with ease. Through the instructions of Mr. Khurshid the members were able to make themselves Nadi filters. The steps to make the filter were easy to follow.