Feb 7, 2011

Fallow up visits among flood affected families

Flood water in villages of Jati area needs
Flood water in villages of Jati area needs

Dear Donors/Partners

Feb 5, 2011

AHD staff conducted fallow up visit among the villages of Jati area district Thatta in the villages still under flood water or little water standing beside houses. We preparing to install another 1,500 Nadi filter units among the flood affected families now returned to their homes and now need urgent basis safe drinking water. Please you all can help us to provide another 1,500 units within few days or weeks if your support will come soon or you help us to promote this report for other friends

Hope you will all be happy to see the present situation, as we installed more than 1,500 Nadi filter units in Tando hafiz Shah & Jhirk and same way we want to start the Nadi filter in low lying area of Jati district Thatta

We at AHD thankful for all of you and hope you will also take action to support further our this innovative project

With best wishes

Sun ends at Deh Budha Sujawal
Sun ends at Deh Budha Sujawal
some villages now free from flood water
some villages now free from flood water
Village families now happy that flood water down
Village families now happy that flood water down
Needs Nadi filter that can filter water for them..
Needs Nadi filter that can filter water for them..
Drinking canal water
Drinking canal water
Feb 7, 2011

Flood water goes down and trainings going on

Flood water still remain in houses
Flood water still remain in houses

Flood 2010 hit hard in costal area of Jati district Thatta and displaced almost 850,000 people from their houses. AHD conducted relief efforts for more than 10,000 families. Right now Jan 15, 2011 villages now favorable to start trainings on fuel effecient stove and we at AHD now preparing to help poor families now re-settled to their homes.

We are thankful for your all for the support and hope remaining amount will also be contributed from your side

We will keep inform you all by March 2011 after complition of the cooking stoves in 1,000 families

With thanks,

temporary houses in Sujawal & Jati area
temporary houses in Sujawal & Jati area
Dec 18, 2010

Urgent Food Support Meeded for the poor Flood Victims of Jati & Sujawal areas

250 families provided with balnkets
250 families provided with balnkets

 

Dear all, thanks for your donation for this project 

We want to share with you all that the situation of flood victims is very poor now, the flood water damaged their houses, lands and crops and now they lost all, the IDPs provided food items in past as they were settled safer places, now houses damaged, when return back and have more difficult position now. During our winter cloths distribution in Jati and Sujawal areas, we come to know that poor families now needs food and medical relief in urgent and their women and children affected more. Please find attached snaps showing the right situation of the IDPs and we hope your quick and urgent support will help us to reach more families as per plan.

Many families waiting for the food support and medical as the nearby Basic health units closed, or not working as damaged in floods and now their women and children have no access to medical care. Through this project we will be able to arrange medical for some 1,000 families and also provide them food items, In this Christmas season support flood victims that people should have something to eat.

Thanks again and we will update you with latest reports, as per we receive your donation and contribution, 

We wish you happy Christmas season with bundle of blessings

Children eating some rice, they recieve 20 days
Children eating some rice, they recieve 20 days
Damaged houses of flood victims
Damaged houses of flood victims
A familiy provided with tent
A familiy provided with tent
Still flood water standing in agriculture fields
Still flood water standing in agriculture fields
Women wiating food support
Women wiating food support
 
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