Recent Activity  

WASH Project

700 households (total estimated 4.900 beneficiaries) for WASH facilities.

• 30 most vulnerable households (total estimated 210 beneficiaries) for ORS.

• 1.460 skilled, semi- and unskilled artisans for DRR training.

• 2.500 individuals for hygiene training.

• 20 village committees (VCs) for training and support in DRR.



Livelihood Rehabilitation Project


166 shopkeepers have been supported for the rehabilitation and restocking their shops which have increased their income in the yaer 2011. Total 49 additional workers have been hired in these rehabilitated shops.

100 women have trained in Poultry and Embroidery, received startup kits of the respective category and linked with local market.

205 women received training in Embroidery, Poultry and Dress making, they received startup kit and linked with the market to contribute in the household income, where the income from the male is not stable in the year 2012.

189 shops including 8 women shops and 20 movable shops rehabilitated and restored to the pre flood position.

In 106 specialized shops venue created for entrepreneurship for the young adults, Where 123 young adults developed entrepreneurship skill of their choice for long term and sustainable income. They received startup kit in the respective category.

436 animals Vaccinated in union council Pirsabaq on “Vaccination day”.

Irrigation Channel

12 irrigation channels rehabilitation is in process in Union Council Pirsabaq District Nowshera and Union Council Agra   District Charsadda.

1,489 farmers will have easy access to enough water for their crops from these rehabilitated channels.

12 communities around the irrigation channels will have disaster risk maps and disaster risk reduction Plans.

15,000 poplars will be planted alongside of rehabilitated channels to mitigate the environmental degradation caused by reconstruction work.

A study to analyze ” How to prevent child and forced labor being used in emergency and early recovery projects,  strategy development recommendation for the support of wider fight against child/forced labor in general” is in progress.


 

Annual Reports