SDTS started early recovery of the flood-affected women through agricultural support, to 1000 women-headed households. The women-headed households get seed, fertilizer and agricultural implements (tool kits).
Devastation on an Unimaginable Scale
Last summer, floods devastated 19 districts of Sindh Province, Pakistan. UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN-OCHA) officials have said the disaster eclipsed the scale of the devastating 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, the 2005 earthquake in Pakistan, and the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti put together. 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. Continue reading
“SDTS will hold these types of camps in future in the areas where basic health facilities are not available”
Khadim H. Dahot, MD-SDTS.
Over 500 Receive Free Check-ups, Medicines
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