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• EMPOWERING GIRLS - Transforming Communities (WPF)

SAFCWO in response to the flood affected families of Sindh
FOOD Assistance

SAFWCO in alliance with, WFP, and PPAF, provided Food Assistance to the total number of 29,500 families living in IDP camps and villages of District Thatta and Hyderabad.
M. Yousuf Adil Saleem & Co. Deloitte (Chartered Accountants), Dairy land Pvt. Ltd. and Engro Foods Pvt. Ltd. in collaboration with SAFWCO participated in giving food assistance to the 1,000 flood affected families living in the IDPs camps of District Thatta. SAFWCO in partnership with PPAF distributed 17,000 food packages to the 8, 500 families in 5 Union Councils which are Kroshah, Karochan, Gharo, Ghoradri, Khan, Tehsil Kharo Chan , District Thatta.
SAFWCO in agreement with WFP provided food assistance to the 10,000 families living in IDP camps of District Thatta and 10,000 families provided to IDP camps in District Hyderabad as well.
So far, SAFWCO received 3040.58 metric tones of food rationing from the WFP partner until end of November and continuously distributing to the concern flood affected families of Sindh.


Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) Assistance

SAFWCO in collaboration with local and international partners like Planning & Development Department of the Government of Sindh, UNICEF (WASH), and Oxfam GB and Oxfam Novib in providing water, sanitation and hygiene awareness (WASH) the total of 89,000 flood affected families of Districts Thatta, Jamshoro, Dadu, Khairpur Mir, and Matiyari.
SAFWCO and Unicef (WASH) provided water, sanitation and hygiene campaign (WASH) to the 13,000 families living in IDP camps of District Thatta & Jamshoro.
SAFWCO working together with Planning & Development Department of Government of Sindh provided WASH Assistance to the 45,000 flood affected families of District Thatta and Dadu as well.
Oxfam GB in partnership with SAFWCO provided WASH facilities to the 14,000 families living in the IDP camps located in Districts Dadu and Jamshoro.
SAFWCO with the financial aid of Oxfam Novib providing WASH facilities to the total of 17,000 flood affected families of District Thatta, Khairpur Mir, and Jamshoro.


Non Food Items (NFIs) Assistance

SAFWCO in collaboration with CRS and PPAF distributed non food items (NFIs) to the total of 26, 000 floods affected families living in the IDP camps of District Thatta, Jamshoro, Hyderabad and Khairpur Mir’s.
SAFWCO with CRS specifically distributed NFIs to the 500 families of District Thatta, 4,278 families of District  Khairpur Mir, 5,722 families of District Jamshoro, 500 families in District Hyderabad, and PPAF had distributed 15,000 NFIs packages to 15, 000 flood affected families  District  Thatta as well.

Education Assistance

UNICEF EDUCATION under SAWFCO management had implemented a temporary learning centre TLC project that would benefits 2,500 children of family living in the IDP camps of District Jamshoro and Dadu.


Livelihood Assistance

PPAF in partnership with SAFWCO implemented a Livelihood Early Recovery Project (LEP) targeting 2,500 flood affected families in helping them to carry out early recovery Livelihood sources particularly in livestock, agricultural and poultry of District Thatta.

Safwco envisions ‘sustainable communities achieving equitable economic, social, political and cultural development through grass roots development institutions.
Safwco's mission is to mobilize the poor under a common platform and to support and to support them to carry out sustainable development
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General Publications
Annual Report 2015
Governance Stories
Peace Events Learning Study Report
Annual report 2013.
Annual report 2011-12.
People's SAARC Regional Convergance 2014.
SAFWCOs' Community Physical Infrastructure (CPI).Impact Assessment Case Studies. Development in Rural Sindh, Pakistan.
Effective Citizenship & Responsive Group(ECRG) Project
The Agribusiness Project with ASF (USAID)
Sana Report
Master Consolidation 2011
Child book 
july 1992_march 2010
Final Evaluation Report
Periodicals and Regular
The Organization & Program (English)
The Organization & Program (Sindhi)
The Story of a Struggle (An Interview with Suleman G Abro)
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