1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan

by Association For Women's Awareness and Rural Development
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan
1Million trees to fight climate change in Pakistan

Thank you for your support and donations of USD 1519. The Project enlightens the vision of AWARD Pakistan to combat the climate change through Plantation in Pakistan. AWARD Pakistan plans to plant 1 million trees in the next 5 years considering the fact that Pakistan is among the top 10 countries which will be most affected by the Climatic Changes.The country had faced several natural disasters on very large scale in the past decade due to rise in temperature such as earthquakes, famine, floods, deadly heatwaves etc.

During the last quarter, AWARD Pakistan initiated a plantation drive and planted nearly 12000 trees in the rural areas of District Muzaffargarh. The team also monitored the planted trees alsong with the communities. The 12000 plants will save the communites from floods which are very much frequent in these areas. The community cooperated in every aspect and took the lead in plantation of 12000 trees in the 6 respective areas.

AWARD wishes to extend the program to 25 villages in this year. For this purpose , we require more support from the supporters and donors. AWARD has already initiated a program with the help of GlobalGiving for the Relief , Recovery and Resilience for the flood which will also be targeting the training and tree plantation in it as well. 

We would like to request our donors to continue their support , to help the people fight back harmful effects of climate change. 

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Tree Plantation in the target areas
Tree Plantation in the target areas

Thank you for your support and donations of USD 1393. The Project enlightens the vision of AWARD Pakistan to combat the climate change through Plantation in Pakistan. AWARD Pakistan plans to plant 1 million trees in the next 5 years considering the fact that Pakistan is among the top 10 countries which will be most affected by the Climatic Changes.The country had faced several natural disasters on very large scale in the past decade due to rise in temperature such as earthquakes, famine, floods, deadly heatwaves etc.

During the last quarter, AWARD Pakistan initiated plantation drive with the communities (residing on the river banks) for reducing disaster risk and for planting trees in the rural suburbs of District Muzaffargarh. The community cooperated in every aspect and took the lead in plantation of 12000 trees in their 6 respective areas.

AWARD wishes to extend the program to 25 villages in this year. For this purpose , we require more support from the supporters and donors. AWARD has already initiated a program with the help of GlobalGiving for the Relief , Recovery and Resilience for the flood which will also be targeting the training and tree plantation in it as well. 

We would like to request our donors to continue their support , to help the people fight back harmful effects of climate change. 

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Thank you for your support and donations of USD 1013. The Project enlightens the vision of AWARD Pakistan to combat the climatic changes through Plantation in Pakistan . AWARD Pakistan plans to plant 1 million trees in the next 5 years considering the fact that Pakistan is among the top 10 countries which will be most affected by the Climatic Changes.The country had faced several natural disasters on very large scale in the past decade due to rise in temperature such as earthquakes, famine, floods, deadly heatwaves etc.

During the last quarter, AWARD Pakistan initiated a consultancy meeting with the communities (residing on the river banks) for reducing disaster risk and for planting trees in the rural suburbs of District Muzaffargarh. The community was willing to cooperate as they do beleive it to be the activity that could save these areas from flood in future.

 

Unfortunately due to the COVID-19 pandemic the tree plantation didnt took place. However, the AWARD with the community's assistance will be planting 3000 trees initially. AWARD's social mobilizers assisted the communities in developing up the risk reduction plans.

AWARD wishes to extend the program to 25 villages in this year. For this purpose , we require more support from the supporters and donors. AWARD has already initiated a program with the help of GlobalGiving for the Relief , Recovery and Resilience for the flood which will also be targeting the training and tree plantation in it as well. 

We would like to request our donors to continue their support , to help the people fight back harmful effects of climate change. 

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Thank you for your support and donations of USD 1013. The Project enlightens the vision of AWARD Pakistan to combat the climatic changes through Plantation in Pakistan . AWARD Pakistan plans to plant 1 million trees in the next 5 years considering the fact that Pakistan is among the list of those countries which will be most affected by the Climatic Changes.The country had faced several natural disasters on very large scale in the past decade due to rise in temperature such as earthquakes, famine, floods, deadly heatwaves etc.

During the last quarter, AWARD Pakistan initiated 10 activities with the rural communities (residing on the river banks) for reducing disaster risk and for planting trees in the rural suburbs of District Muzaffargarh. Tree plantation in these areas is one of the major activity that could save these areas from flood. AWARD's social mobilizers assisted the communities in developing up the risk reduction plans.Also communities were encouraged to plant trees in their areas. AWARD wishes to extend the program to 25 villages in this year. For this purpose , we require more support from the supporters and donors. AWARD has already initiated a program with the help of Global Givnig for the Relief , Recovery and Resilience for the flood which will also be targeting the tree plantation. 

We would like to request our donors to continue their support , to help the people fight back harmful effects of climate change. 

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Thank you for your support and donations of USD 433. The Project enlightens the vision of AWARD Pakistan to combat the climatic changes in Plantation in Pakistan . AWARD Pakistan plans to plant 1 million trees in the next 3 years considering the fact that Pakistan is among the list of those countries which will be most affected by the Climatic Changes.The country had faced several natural disasters on very large scale in the past decade due to rise in temperature such as earthquakes, famine, floods, deadly heatwaves etc.

AWARD Pakistan has already initiated 2 activities with the kids as well as the rural communities for planting trees in the rural suburbs of District Faisalabad .AWARD wishes to extend the program to 25 villages in this year. For this purpose , we require more support from the supporters and donors. AWARD has already initiated a program with the help of Global Givnig for the Relief , Recovery and Resilience for the flood which will also be targeting the tree plantation. 

AWARD also conducted 6 disaster risk reduction activities with the communities of 6 rural areas to help them protect from the Devastating Flood which is expected in the Monsoon (July- August 2020). Majority of these areas lies at the bank of River Indus and are always at greater risk on the arrival of the Monsoon Season. Tree plantation in these areas is one of the major activity that could save these areas from flood. AWARD's social mobilizers assisted the communities in developing up the risk reduction plans.

We would like to request our donors to continue their support , to help the people fight back harmful effects of climate change. 

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Association For Women's Awareness and Rural Development

Location: Faisalabad - Pakistan
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Project Leader:
Azeem Christopher
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Faisalabad, Pakistan
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