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
Nov 3, 2015

Tree Plantation by farmers in coastal area of Sind

tree plantation by farmers
tree plantation by farmers

 

Tree Plantation by farmers in coastal area of Sindh

 

Mr. Jaglo age 48 years resident of a Village near Jati of district Sujawal, Mr. Jaglo loves to plant trees, he planted a Tree name: Conocarpus  on large scale in his farming lands. Some 1000 trees of Conocaprus plantated on the boundry wall of his land and fruit tree names Mango, Guava, lemon and Chiku planted on limited scale. Further he plan to plant 5,000 tree incoming year, he prepared land for Nursery plantation. The plastic bags and sand given by AHD staff and further he will plant local forest trees to raise nursery in his areas.

Further AHD also plan to provide material to open 10 new nurseries in coastal area to increase tree plantation and environmental sustainability in disaster hit areas of coastal in Sindh.

New flower tree planted
New flower tree planted
forest tree planted
forest tree planted
Guva (Amrood) fruit tree
Guva (Amrood) fruit tree
Oct 30, 2015

AHD Planned to distribute 500 forest & fruit trees in Thari Families

water shortage for drinking as well as crops
water shortage for drinking as well as crops

AHD Planned to distribute 500 forest & fruit trees in Thari Families

As rains were expected this monsoon, in hope that there would be enough water for a better yield, Cheetan Kolhi, a native of a village in Tharparkar district cultivated his field. He was among hundreds of other farmers who did the same.

However, in a turn of events, rather than a blessing, the rainfall proved to be a curse for a majority of Tharis. While there are doubts of acid rain, during the downpour, there was no sunlight, thus a number of seeds were also wasted and washed away.

According to Chottho Thakur, a humanitarian worker in islamkot, the rainwater was polluted with poisonous gases and brackish, which affected the cultivation of crops. Absence of sunlight and blowing of heavy winds also contributed negatively,” he says. Chotho, a man witnessing droughts in Tharparkar since at least last three decades, says after initial down-pouring, dry trees did become green and water level in the wells rose; however, fodder for the animals could not be grown – a matter of grave concern.

AHD Planned to plant 500 forest and fruit trees in farming communities that in future they can have fruit or tree for fodder and wood at their household level.

Still time to grow more and more trees in Tharparkar

Oct 30, 2015

Girls belong to Hindu families happy to join village school

Girls of Hindu family want to go school
Girls of Hindu family want to go school

 

Young Girls belong to Hindu family Happy to re-join village schools

Floods 2015 hit poor rural families in Badin districts and since floods they are working as laborer in outside their homelands and some 200 families residing in Jati area, AHD female program team visited these families and find some 230 young girls are near to go school or some them already drop out from schools as they left their village due to floods water enter into their houses. AHD women program team surveyed and some 230 young girls ages from 6 to 12 years encouraged to join nearby Govt, primary schools and some of them will re-join in class 2 to 3.

We really thankful of donors, that AHD enable to reach out vulnerable groups and families

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