Sindh Agricultural and Forestry Workers Coordinating Organization (Safwco)
Floods 2011: SAFWCO has assisted 413,000 flood affected people (59,000 families) in emergency relief phase in Sanghar & Shaheed Benazirabad Districts in WASH, Food Distribution & EFSL sectors while in Early Recovery Phase SAFWCO is providing assistance to 161,000 people (23,000 families) in District Sanghar under WASH & EFSL Program & planning to provide assistance to 410,000 people (58,571 families) under WASH in S. Benazirabad, Umerkot & Sanghar Districts. SAFWCO is planning to provide assistance to 84,000 (12,000 families) flood affected people (2010 floods) under WASH in District Jamshoro
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SAFWCO Flood Response 2010-11 District Dadu
 
Emergency Relief Phase
(5 August, 2010- 31 January 2011)

  • 74 latrines were installed in camps
  • 10 Existing latrines rehabilitated in govt buildings
  • 10 hand pumps repaired in camps
  • 7 New Hand pumps Installed in Camps
  • 27 Static water tanks installed with the capacity of (500/300 gallon) in camps.
  • 17111 Hygiene Kits Distributed in Camps
  • Total 100 Open Defecation Kits were distributed
  • 3159 kitchen kits distributed
  • 95 Household kits Distributed
  • Distributed Plastic Sheets to  5558 families
  • 1332 Hygiene sessions were organized in the camps
  • 71 camp cleaning campaigns were arranged
  • 65 village cleaning campaigns were arranged
  • Water Tinkering was done in 39 Camps/Tent Cities.
  • 500 Shelter Kits were given in 22 Villages of UC Qazi Arif.
 
Early Recovery Project
1st February- 20 July 2011 (Continue…..)
 
  • SAFWCO is working in 5 UCs, 4 UCs of Taluka Mehar (Qazi Arif, Mangwani, Khan Jo Goth & Faridabad & 1 UC of KN Shah (Sindhi Butra).
  • SAFWCO is Working in 126 Villages.
  • SAFWCO is targeting 10000 Families for WASH & 2000 Families for EFSL.
 
WASH
Soft Activities 
 
  • 113 Identification & Rapid Village Assessment  (Profile)
  • 113 Formation Of VDC
  • 113 VDC Training on Roles & Responsibilities
  • 113 Formation Of CHV's
  • 113 Village Mapping
  • 113 Community Action Plans
  • 113 MOUs
  • 1662 Health & Hygiene Sessions (Key Messages)
  • 163 Cleanup Campaign
  • 112 VDC & CHV Training
  • 112 CHV Action Plan Formation
  • 279 CHV Supervision & Support
  • 266 Mobilisation For Latrine Construction & HP installation & Proper use of Facilities
  • 252 CLTS Trigger Session
  • 112 Training for VDC on WASH O&M
  • 113 PHE Assessment
  • 28 School Health club formation
  • 50 School Health club session
  • 40 Train Teachers and animators
  • 50 Drama Groups (School-Villages)
  • 25 Drawing Competitions, Quiz and Health days
  • 112 DRR Awareness Session
  • 112 ORS Demonstration
 
Hard Activities
 
    • 1249 Repair Hand pump
    • 302 New Hand pumps Installed
    • 1002 Construction Village Latrine
    • Conditional Cash Grant Distributed 1000 families (PKR. 2000 per family)
    • 100 Sanitary aprons constructed in existing Hand Pumps
     
    Distributions 
     
    • 28 Child to Child kit
    • 72 CHV Kit
    • 23415 Soap
    • 2238 Women Hygiene Kit
    • 170 Village Cleaning Kit
    • 112 CHV Incentive Kits
    • 112 Hygiene Promotion Incentives Kits
    • 112 DRR Incentive Kit
    • 153 HP O&M Kit Distribution
     
    Emergency Food Security & Livelihood (EFSL)
     
    • Provided Cash for work support to 1800 families (PKR. 9000 per family)
    • Provided Un-Conditional Cash Grant to 200 families (PKR. 9000 Per Family)
    • Provided Cash Grant for Home Based Business to 200 families (PKR. 12000 Per Family)
    Mehar Photo Album
    Vision
    Safwco envisions ‘sustainable communities achieving equitable economic, social, political and cultural development through grass roots development institutions.
    Mission
    Safwco's mission is to mobilize the poor under a common platform and to support and to support them to carry out sustainable development
    Views & Openions
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    By Zofeen T Ebrahim Karachi, WFS)-Lal Khatoon was very Excited the night she learned to write her name for the first time in her native language, Sindhi.
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    General Publications
    The Agribusiness Project with ASF (USAID)
    Sana Report
    Master Consolidation 2011
    Child book 
    Disaster
    july 1992_march 2010
    Final Evaluation Report
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    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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