Establishment of 37 Non-Formal Basic Education Schools opened in 37 different villages of District Khairpur. The project is running with the funding by Pakistan Literacy Commission (under Education for All) Islamabad and Directorate of Literacy and Non-Formal, Government of Sindh. The philosophy of the project dictates the involvement of communities for development on self-help basis so as to generate a mostly self-sufficient development process requiring increasingly reduced outside assistance. Continue reading
SDTS is an implementing partner of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) under the Community Restoration Programme (CRP) in union council Duniapur Tehsil Tangwani district Kashmore of Sindh province. With the financial support from IOM, SDTS is involved in rehabilitation of community infrastructure in the following villages:
- Adam Khan Bhalkani,
- Alif Khan Bijarani-A and
- Nihal Khan Bahalkani-A. Continue reading
Floods strike Pakistan again, one year later…
One year after devastating floods wreaked havoc on Pakistan, another one struck in August, leaving tens of thousands affected, homes damaged and more than 80% of crops destroyed.
Sewa Development Trust Sindh (SDTS), with financial support from the Canadian High Commission under the Canadian Fund for Local Initiative (CFLI) provided agricultural support and distribution of vegetable seed, fertilizer and toolkit in UCs Agra and Ripri Tehsil Gambat district Khairpur. Continue reading
Restoring Pakistan’s Communities Through Active Citizenship Future Active Citizens for Pakistan
Here at Sewa Development Trust Sindh (SDTS),we are implementing an Active Citizens Programme with the support of the British Council Pakistan in the five districts of Sindh province. The Active Citizens programme aims to develop leadership skills in young people of the Khairpur, Sukkur, Mirpurkhas, Ghotki, and Larkana districts. Continue reading
Flood Aid for Women-headed Households
Sewa Development Trust Sindh (SDTS) is working in the Sindh province of Pakistan which is located close to the Arabian Sea, and its main fresh water source is the Indus River.Due to a heavy monsoon season, Pakistan experienced the worst floods in its history, with heavy rainfall and flash floods.
Sewa literally meaning ‘service’ in Sindhi & Hindi languages, it is registered with Government of Pakistan under Trust Act-1882 as Trust Deed vide registration number 1096 dated 31 July, 2003.
Courtenay talked to Khadim Dahot, Managing Director of Sewa Development Trust Sindh, to gain an insight into what the floods have meant for Pakistani women. Continue reading
Statement – 14th June 2012 – Sewa Development Trust Sindh
Sewa Development Trust Sindh is an implementing partner of LEAD Pakistan in Climate Leadership for Effective Adaptation and Resilience (CLEAR) in Sindh province to combat with climate change. Continue reading