Recent Activity  


166 shopkeepers Case grants in Pir Sabaq and Nowshera.

50 beneficiaries trained in Embroidery and connected to the market.

50 beneficiaries trained in backyard poultry and connected to the market.

One Room Shelter

253 One Room shelters with 243 facilities constructed and families moved in.

Technical trainings 22 conducted and trained 508 skilled and semi-skilled labor.

22 hygiene sessions conducted 2171 beneficiaries trained.






The livelihood project is to support who have been destroyed by 2010 flood. The purpose of the intervention is to provide support towards their economic rehabilitation after being affected by flood. This would enable them to rehabilitate their income opportunities by economical support.
Project activities include:

1. Female Vocational Training

a) Embroidery Training
b) Poultry Training

2. Rehabilitation of Small Shops

1. Female Vocational Trainings
Providing opportunities to female to get vocational training and earn livelihood in a respectable manners. The women vocational trainings are being implemented by Solidar Switzerland with partnership of local organization Labor Education Foundation.
This includes:

a) Embroidery training
b) Poultry training

a) Embroidery training:
Providing homemade embroidery training to the 50 beneficiaries in union counsel Pir sabaq district Nowshera, where they acquired skills in sewing and dress making.
The beneficiaries are being receiving toolkits as a part of training. The beneficiaries are preparing products for the market.

b) Poultry Training:
Providing backyard poultry trainings to the 50 beneficiaries in Union Counsel Pir Sabaq district Nowshera to the most vulnerable flood affected people who have lost their home based already existing business.

Females who had attended the training are in regular follow up by implementing partners LEF (Labor Education Foundation) with the supervision of Solidar female staff.

2. Rehabilitation of Small Shop

The specific purpose is to enable the shop keepers to rehabilitate or reopen their shops to come up with enough income to support their families. Providing 166 shop keepers to reopen their shops beneficiaries received their cash grant under the umbrella of Shops Rehabilitation.