At the age of 30 years, Bibi Hurran lost her husband in 1966. The brave lady brought up the orphan daughters and well look after the house and property of her husband. Over 83 years, the hardest days are the last four years, when she lost her house partially in the flooding of 2010 and completely in the flooding of 2015. The hardest days of her life, during her 53 years widow-ship, she is moving from many relatives for shelter dragged from pillar to post. She is looking for shelter
Bibi Hurran, 83 years old lady lost her husband in the age of 30, she brought up three orphan daughters, look after the property of her ex-husband. She lost her house partially during the flooding 2010 and completely in the recurring flood of 2015. She left behind with relief and recovery support both by government and NGOs, and she is moving one relative to others, being dragged from pillar to post, the hardest days of her 53 years widow-ship. The widow is looking to construct basic rooms
The project will construct two living rooms and one kitchen+wash room for the 83 years old lady, she will move into her own home for rest of her life. The brave lady is now physically, psychologically and financially too weak, and unable to reconstruct her shelter for rest of her life, will enable to overcome her most difficult and hard days of life. Basic humanitarian rights and women vulnerability be addressed by reducing stress and depression, the old lady is suffering.
Provision of shelter to the old lady will provide physical, psychological, mental, emotional and economical relief to the most vulnerable, old women over the period of her life. Shifting of the old lady to her own home is an indicator of self volition, a positive impact on the overall well- being of the society. A bump on approaches and methodologies of the CSOs and Govt towards inclusive humanitarian approaches. Saving one life is saving entire humanity-the practical action of the saying.