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Jun 5, 2012

Shelter, Roofing Kits distribution in flood victms

Flood vicitms taking Bambos to their homes
Flood vicitms taking Bambos to their homes

Dear all Donors and friends

AHD is distributing Shelter / Roofing kits in some 5,000 families, we find in-kind support from IOM Pakistan in different Union Councils most affected by floods 2011

Detail of Shelter Kits in District Badin distribution:

UC Dubi   1500 ,  

Bhugra Memon 1,000

Matli  500+500=1,000

Hajji Sawan 500

Mirpurkhas District.

In UC Hingorno 1,000  

AHD is distributing Shelter/Roofing kits in Flood victims in kind and needs financial support to conduct visits in the some 250 villages and facilitate people to construct their homes as soon as possible.

We request all donors to support our this cause that we can be able to re-visit and conduct awareness for the completion of their traditional shelters as soon as possible before next rainy season 2012

Through Global Giving support we will be able to conduct different visit and programs for the completion of the target we will needs some 20,000 US $ to conduct visits and all 5,000 houses and complete shelter in their respective houses.

Geoffery parmar During shelter kits distribution
Geoffery parmar During shelter kits distribution
Women happy to recieve shelter kits
Women happy to recieve shelter kits
Flood vicitms taking Bambos to their homes
Flood vicitms taking Bambos to their homes
Apr 26, 2012

11 medical camps, 1760 patients checked by AHDteam

Child given ORS and treatment by Medical team
Child given ORS and treatment by Medical team


April 2012

Floods in Pakistan 2010-2011

The floods in Pakistan have caused horrific damage to 25% of the country (roughly equal to the size of Italy). Homes, businesses, crops, and lives have been lost.

An estimated 1,600 people are dead, 3.5 million children are at high risk from deadly water-borne diseases, and more than 20 million people have lost their homes, their food, and have no sanitation.

Ahd established around11 medical camps and 1760 patients were checked and provided with medicine by AHD medical team during Feb -April 2012

Duration:   (90) days (From 1st February 2012 - 30 April 2012)

Detail of Diseases / patients checked during camps

• Skin diseases
• Anemea
• Acute Respiratory Tract Infection (ARI)
• Respiratory Tract Infection (RTI)
• Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
• Gastro Intestinal diseases
• Eye Infections
• Tuberculosis especially in children 
• Minor Injuries 
• Back ach and Fever

A Case Study….

On 17th March, 2012 an expected mother has been brought for birth delivery to a static medical camp in Malti during mid night. The necessary arrangements were there and female doctor was present at the time. The WMO checked up the expected mother and arranged for safe delivery process. It was a normal delivery and ended with male child born. Usually in district Badin women of the area are restricted to their homes. They cannot go outside for treatment, education, Jobs and shopping etc. The birth deliveries are attended by Traditional Birth Attendants (TBA) in their homes where there are no proper sterilization and hygiene conditions. That’s why the maternal mortality and infant mortality rates are higher. In the whole district of Badin there is no Women Medical Officer or female Gynecologist. Though in some health facilities lady health visitors (LHVs) have been appointed but when we had visited we did not found them in their respective health facilities. So in these conditions the static and mobile health facilities and medical camps of AHD funded by Global Giving are the valuable service for the people of the area especially for the women and children. And beside these it was first time that a woman gave birth a baby outside home in a health facility with the hands of skilled birth attendants. The father of the new born baby wished that if the name of the baby is given by AHD, so it will be my great pleasure. For this purpose a petty lottery of three different names has been conducted. The name of “Jahangir Ali” came out in the lottery and the baby has been given the name of “Kamran Akbar” The whole family of the child was very much happy and the father of the new born baby, Mr.Gulraiz Mast, Resident of UC Dubi, said a few words as below;   “ I and my whole family would be thankful throughout of my life for this kind of  support and help of AHD). And these two organizations have played a vital role for the development and prosperity of the area. I appreciate work done by AHD in district Badin and request AHD and other government and non government institutions for poverty alleviation schemes and developmental projects in district Badin & Thatta

1. list of doctors
2. Target locations of medical camps
3. Meetings with DCO/EDO and other concerns before medical camps
4. Short profile of UCs in which medical camps conducted
5. Detail of medical services provided i.e medicines and referrals etc
6. Case studies like birth delivery etc or any other type of disease recovered/treated
7. Pictures
8. Data of OPD patients in numbers
9. Detail of diseases treated in medical camp
10 health education detail
11. Problems/issues faced and how solved
12. Community recommendations and comments etc

Children affected by gastero and diheria
Children affected by gastero and diheria
Dr. Sara during medical cmaps and patinets chekup
Dr. Sara during medical cmaps and patinets chekup
Old persons checked and provided with medicine
Old persons checked and provided with medicine
Women and children are most affected by floods
Women and children are most affected by floods
Women patient checked and provided free medicine
Women patient checked and provided free medicine
Apr 19, 2012

50 sewing machines needed for young women Pakistan

women needs sewinf machines
women needs sewinf machines

Sewing machines for Sindhi teenage girls in Pakistan

Funding Target


April 2012

The Big Idea

Our tailoring project will enable 50 Sindhi teenage girls to learn to sew. They will complete a 6-month apprenticeship and learn to make clothes to sell within their village and at market for a small, but vitally important income. Sindhi girls need to supplement income from working in the fields.


Sindhi girls are victimized and discriminated against in many ways. They suffer violence and indignity; their work in rural pakistan is limited to daily 'household' work - manual work in rice and cotton fields involving back-breaking, long hours under the hot sun - for very little pay. They desperately need an opportunity to earn money independently and our tailoring project would solve this problem by teaching skills that can be used to generate further income.


We want to provide 50 sindhi woman with sewing machines and a teacher. Once the women have learnt to sew, any income derived from making clothes will help to buy food for their family. At the same time it will give them self-respect as well as the opportunity to save money for the months during the year when there is no work available in the fields - typically 4 months per year. Sewing machines can be shared between 2 giving more sindhi women the opportunity to learn this skill.


Our project will give oppressed sindhi women greater financial independence. Also it will give them increased self-respect, as well as respect from others in their village, especially the men. In time, these women will pass on their sewing skills to their daughters and friends thus extending the benefits of this project to more sindhi families in need. Sindhi women work extremely well together as a group - they will support one another in future by sharing their machines.


There is a risk of not being able to secure the funding for all of the sewing machines.


Donors will be sent regular reports about the tailoring project via email, containing photographs and accounts from the sindhi women and girls who have benefitted from being taught how to sew. Project updates will also be posted regularly on our website www.

women training in village
women training in village
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