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Network for Human and Social Development

LocationPakistan

Issue AreaDisaster

Amount NeededGeneral Support Needed

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Capacity building in Pakistan

Network for Human and Social Development (NHSD) was created after the catastrophic earthquake, in Pakistan, on 8th October 2005. The NGO was one of many that had set up relief, medical aid camp and college education in Islamabad to help immigrants from disaster affected local areas of AJK and KPK. Since then NHSD has been involved with 43 national and international organizations i.e. USAID, UNFPA, VSO, Malteser International and NBP aimed at benefiting the most vulnerable women, children and youth to alleviate poverty and raise standards of living through education and health in the most remote areas. NHSD wants to uplift the entire community of extremely remote areas in Interior Sindh including Mithrio Charan, Ranjho Jhatial and Mithrio Suttar. These areas are stark with extreme poverty, multicultural diversity; Hindus, Christians etc and draconian living conditions; water shortages, lack of schools and medical health facilities in most of the districts. NHSD aims to help by installing 100 Solar submersible tube well pumps, create 100 schools in the area & 100 medical dispensaries throughout the backward regions of Interior Sindh. We aim to improve living conditions in these regions. Invaluable contributions will enable NHSD to a provide a better quality of life for the most neglected communities of Sindh.

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