Girl Initiative Fund for Sindh Pakistan

by Association for Humanitarian Development (AHD)
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Young Gilrs will be enroled in nearby school
Young Gilrs will be enroled in nearby school

 

Some 250 young girls will be enrolled in coming month from 10 villages of UC Matli

 

AHD working in the poor villages to help women & children to empower them at their household level and provide them with access to safe and clean drinking water and education at their village level. During the month if June 2016, AHD women team visited some 10 new villages and women program manager come to know that girls not studying or drop out from their school. AHD program is to help these women to send their young girls to school in next school opening in August 2016.

We will share update with you all in August and share how many young girls enrolled in the nearby Govt. primary school

For more please feel free to share at ahdpak@gmail.com

Report Prepared By

 

Miss. Reema Vistro

Women Program Manager

Girls for school
Girls for school
Miss Tahira interviewing Miss. Anita for the job
Miss Tahira interviewing Miss. Anita for the job

 

A Success Story of AHD Girl Initiative Fund for Sindh Project

 

AHD working for the empowerment of young girls since 2011 in Hyderabad, Thatta & Badin areas, several young girls now completed matriculation and intermediate education classes during 2015.

One of Yound girl completed Intermdediate was the beneficiary of AHD "Girl Initiative Fund for Sindh" Project since 2011, she passed intermediate exams during 2014 and now studying in Graduation. During vocations and holidays She learning social sector experiences and working as "Office assistant" for AHD women related projects.

We at AHD are happy to share that more than 250 young girls across Sindh completed intermediate and graduation and now doing business and jobs in different institutions.

We hope your support & cooperation will enable us to reach out more young girls residing in rural areas.

For more please feel free to contact us, we will be happy to answer your questions, emails us at ahdpak@gmail.com Ph: +92-22-3860880 www.ahdpak.org

  

Girls seclected from rural areas
Girls seclected from rural areas

 

Target for the next quarter to conduct 15 awareness workshops in rural villages

Girl Initiative Fund projects working to help poor village communities to enroll young girls in nearby Govt. primary schools, in the year 2015 from Jan to Dec 2015 AHD women program team successful to enroll 1,230 girls in nearby primary schools. In this regard some 23 awareness meetings and workshops conducted.

For the first quarter of 2016 women team planned to help out 665 families through awareness meeting and workshops to aware local women and men of 15 villages to prepare to enroll their young girls into Govt. primary schools. For this purpose women will be trained to install Fuel Efficient Cooking stove and attend health and hygiene programs. AHD women team will assure to organize 15 workshops and cooking stove activities to build the capacity of rural women that they can focus their girls and children to send schools.

For the next quarter we will need quick support from all of you, for the information about project contact us Ph: +92-22-3860880 email: ahdpak@gmaail.com

Girls selected to enrole in school
Girls selected to enrole in school
Young girls happy to get addmission in school
Young girls happy to get addmission in 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

Girl provided health kits
Girl provided health kits

 

123 Health Kits distributed in children during summer vacations

AHD female staff engaged to promote and awareness raising for the education and health promotion in rural poor families children, during the month of May some 123 health kits distributed to help poor students some 81 girls and 42 boys. The families residing in 10 villages of UC Serebelaro near Jati now happy to send their girls to school after vacations.

Further we need support all of you to help more girls to bring them in Govt, primary schools for the education promotion in rural areas

For contact Ph: +92-22-3860880 Fax # +92-22-3813312 email: ahdpak@gmail.com

A girl happy to receive health kit
A girl happy to receive health kit
School Children received the Health kits
School Children received the Health kits
 

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Association for Humanitarian Development (AHD)

Location: Hyderabad, Sindh - Pakistan
Website: http:/​/​www.ahdpak.org
Project Leader:
Khurshid Bhatti
President / CEO
Hyderabad, Sindh Pakistan

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