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
Jun 17, 2016

Skill training on Enterprise Development Conducted in 05 villages of Matli area

Skill trainings conducted in 80 women near Matli
Skill trainings conducted in 80 women near Matli

 

 

Skill training on Enterprise Development Conducted in 05 villages of Matli area

 

AHD women program team organized 05 training in 05 villages for women participants to start savings and entrepreneur schemes in 05 villages, during training women participated fully interest and learned how to save on monthly basis. Women also started Kitchen gardening and poultry rearing at household level. Some women started growing vegetable and now they have fresh vegetable at their household level. AHD women trainers provided them training and material about season vegetable cultivation.

AHD team will also conduct fallow up visits and we hope if this project will receive handsome donations and grants then we will be able to provide seed and tool kits to 100 women, for this purpose we need only US $ 5,000 to help 100 women.

For more please share your cooperation, for more information email us at ahdpak@gmail.com

Women group attended skill training
Women group attended skill training
Women participating in skill training
Women participating in skill training
Jun 2, 2016

Nadi filter units providing cool & Safe Drinking water for villages in Pakistan

Nadi unloading for distribution in UC Dubi
Nadi unloading for distribution in UC Dubi

 

Nadi filter units providing cool & Safe Drinking water for villages in Pakistan

 

AHD Nadi filter technology is providing safe and clean drinking water in rural communities to have access to clean drinking water at household level. In the 2nd quarter some 200 new Nadi filter units distributed & installed in village communities, Nadi filter water unit providing clean drinking water and on other hand it is improving health of women and children. Hundreds of village communities now enjoying safe and healthy life, we at AHD also thinking to support some 1500 families in our next quarter, for this purpose we need your cooperation and support

For more please feel free to contact us

With thanks

New Nadi distribution in 200 families
New Nadi distribution in 200 families
Village communities recieving Nadi units
Village communities recieving Nadi units
May 23, 2016

500 Solar Lights needed in village communities on urgent basis

CBO members looking for solar light
CBO members looking for solar light

 

500 Solar Lights needed in village communities on urgent basis

Most people in the villages of rural areas are without adequate electricity. So, energy provision for all remains a key problem and challenge for thousand of poor people who often have a limited choice that convert energy into useful services. The families in rural villages mostly use kerosene oil which is costly and expensive and is readily available to them.

In the villages of District Badin and in its UCs the households in unelectrified villages use kerosene as a source of energy for lighting. It is proposed to provide Solar Lights to those households by replacing the kerosene lanterns with solar lighting devices. This will provide better illumination and kerosenesmokefree indoor environment thereby enhance productivity and quality village and, facilitate education of their children and improve lifestyle. Solar Lanterns (SL) are considered to be the most viable option to provide basic electricity need for lighting.

On average it is dark by 6:30 pm; people in the villages are unable to do extra work and are at risk of snake bite and many other creping poisons insects. Solar Lighting allows rural families to extend their workday into the evening hours. Fumes from kerosene lamps are a serious health problem in where electric light is unavailable, women and children breathing kerosene fumes inhale are health at risk. By the use of Solar Lanterns these issues are resolved.

Donate to this project to help poor rural families to have solar lights at their village level, one family solar light will cost 1,500 PKR and in US $ 15 only, we need some 7,500 US $ within quick time to help 500 poor families,

For more please contact us at Ph: +92-22-3860880 or can email at ahdpak@gmail.com

CBOs of Badin area requesting for solar light
CBOs of Badin area requesting for solar light
 
   

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