Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan

by Association for Humanitarian Development (AHD)
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Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Safe Drinking Water for Flood Victims in Pakistan
Nadi filtered safe and clean drinking water in use
Nadi filtered safe and clean drinking water in use

AHD staff started implementation of the prject and some 300 Nadi filter units installed. 150 Nadi filter units working well and AHD team busy to install further 150 units that poor IDPs and have access to safe and clean drinking water at their camps / door step. Please find some snaps of Nadi filter and Mosquito nets. In snaps you can see project leader visits in camps or families living in open air and usage of Nadi filter units.

The New floods hit Thatta city head quarter and nearby Tehsils and about 162,000 people displaced from their houses, every where in Lower Sindh IDPs and no way to settle displace people, Now the situation is more danger and Govt. facilities insufficient to cover large no. of IDPs.

We at AHD looking this project quick support to cover 3,000 families and total 25,000 households with safe and clean drinking water .

Looking your favorable response as Lower Sindh IDPs in danger position and if not supported on time water borne disease will attack many IDPs.

GOD help us all to support IDPs on time I have nothing word to say but hope GOD help us

Safe drinking Nadi filter installed for IDPs
Safe drinking Nadi filter installed for IDPs
Nadi filter installed for IDPs for safe drinking
Nadi filter installed for IDPs for safe drinking
Sajida during Nadi filter & Mosquito net provision
Sajida during Nadi filter & Mosquito net provision
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AHD staff in boat to rescue some women
AHD staff in boat to rescue some women

Fresh floods in Sindh results 350 villages under water and many more expected, the AHD team also helps in rescue women and children from the deep flood areas Tnado Hafiz Shah, Jhirk and Sujawal. Please find attached recent snaps of the floods hit large areas of Thatta and Hyderabad. This repoet is present to share the exact situation and at present more the 20,000 families in need quick support we at AHD only propose and plan to support 3,000 families with safe drinking water NADI FILTER WATER unit and hope that soon we will find support to start the project

AHD team helped people to shift safe places and women staff also helped to rescue some women, who do not want to come out from their houses. You can see the snaps of Miss Sajida Channa and Mrs. Shazia Saleem during rescue of women and children the project will provide quick support for 15 days to one month package to 6,000 households on urgent basis we also looking your quick response. Pakistan's other provinces flood water goes down but now all flood water come to Lower Sindh and we need quick support to help poor villagers

Support this project to support flood victims and provide them assistance on urgent basis AHD is working in area and survey the situation becoming more danger in next some days as flood water increasing in Lower Sindh ....May GOD save all of us

AHD female staff helped women to resuce
AHD female staff helped women to resuce
IDP of flood living on open air
IDP of flood living on open air
large no. of families resuced
large no. of families resuced
Large areas of Tando Hafiz  Shah
Large areas of Tando Hafiz Shah
floods in Lower Sindh
floods in Lower Sindh
AHD staff in boat to rescue some women
AHD staff in boat to rescue some women
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Association for Humanitarian Development (AHD)

Location: Hyderabad, Sindh - Pakistan
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Project Leader:
Khurshid Bhatti
President / CEO
Hyderabad, Sindh Pakistan
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