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· At least 22 districts have been labeled disaster zones, most of them on the left bank of the River Indus.

· At least six million people have been affected with half a million having lost everything

· At least 269 people are already confirmed to have died.

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Pakistan Floods: Hundred of villages swapped

More than 200 people have died and over a million homes have been destroyed by severe flooding in southern Pakistan.

14 September 2011

Source: BBC.co.uk

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Civil society describes Sindh’s floods as ‘man made’

Sindh Peoples Commission on Disaster Prevention and Development (SPCDPD) in collaboration with National Press Club Islamabad along with Aman Itehad, SPO, SUNGI, PATTAN, PILER, CPCS and other civil society organizations conducted a joint press conference on Floods in Sindh.

21 September 2011

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Shade Projects and Supported Initiatives

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Zoreen Ansari

Chief Sponsor

Indiana, USA

Syed Ghulam Mustafa Shah Village Basic Healthcare Unit

Project-ID: 2010-001

Project Status: Active

Project Director: Dr. Farah Salahudin

Country: Pakistan

Province: Sindh

District: Thatta

City/Town/Village: Syed GM Shah Village

Population:5000 Plus

Estimated Cost: USD 50,000 (Rs 4,250,000)

Current Contributions: USD 40,000

Scope:

Development of a Health Care facility based on two room equipment with first-aid and simple diagnostic capabilities. Offering consultation, heath care data gathering, basic treatment options to the local villagers. The project scope also includes sponsoring a full-time mid-wife and other necessary staff.

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Dr. Geet Chainani

Life Bridge Sindh Rehab Initiative

 

An initiative that began when I found myself engaged in medical relief in Sindh, Pakistan during the massive flooding of July 2010.
I am currently working on a program to provide health care using a mobile health unit in 40 villages in Dadu. While the MHU is out in the villages providing OTP care and promoting health and hygiene we will be rehabilitating the local government clinic that was damaged by the floods.
We hope to duplicate this in Thatta and Shikarpur in the near future.
Our overall goal is to help rehabilitate the damaged health care infrastructure so that the villagers are able to at least receive the quality of care everyone deserves.
1. Humanity
2. Unity
3. South Asian Peace

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SHADE-fund Contribution: USD 500.00  Receipts

 

 

 

 

 

Ali Hasan Mangi Memorial Trust

ADD A LITTLE COLOR TO THEIR LIVES

To create a model village in Khairo Dero, district Larkana, southern Pakistan; A village complete with paved roads, low-cost housing for all, access to clean water, modern sanitation, health and education services, a community center and employment opportunities. The aim is to create this model village through the combined efforts and joint participation of donors and the community itself; a model village which can be replicated elsewhere.

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SHADE-Fund Pledge: USD 500.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indus Resource Center (IRC)

 

 

 

Established in 2000, IRC aims to be a key player providing replicable models for integrated social and economic development in Pakistan. It has grown from being a one person set up to an effective organization with over 425 people with several offices and projects. From an initial focus on building capacity of local community organizations and education for girls, it has developed a comprehensive program around rural development; including income generation, democracy, empowerment of the poor, disaster relief and recovery and advocacy support.

· Eradicate Extreme Hunger and Poverty

· Achieve Universal Primary Education

· Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women

· Reduce Child Mortality

· Improve Maternal Health

· Ensure Environmental Sustain ability

 

 

SHADE-Fund Contribution: USD 500.00  Receipts

 

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International Organization for Migration (IOM)

IOM, Shelter Cluster, to Seek Aid for 274,000 Families Displaced by Southern Pakistan Floods

IOM has already released to local partners for distribution 18,400 shelter and non-food relief item kits comprising plastic sheeting, ropes, blankets, plastic sleeping mats and cooking utensils to Sindh, following a request from the government.

Donor Relations Department

17, route des Morillons

CH-1211 Geneva 19

Switzerland

E-mail:donate@iom.int

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SHADE-Fund Contribution: USD 500.00  Receipts

 

 

 

 

Balhreji Medical Diagnostic Facility - Lab Equipment Upgrade

Project-ID: 2010-003

Project Status: Looking for Sponsors

Project Director:

Country: Pakistan

Province: Sindh

District: Larkana

City/Town/Village: Balhreji

Population:5000

Estimated Cost: USD 30,000 (Pak Rs 2,550,000)

Current Contributions: None

Scope:

Upgrade laboratory instruments to address the growing needs. The lab is in urgent need of Routine Chemistry Analyzer, ELISA for Screening Hepatitis Markers, Microscope Binocular, Pipettes Variable Volume, and Hematology Analyzer.

 

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Balhreji Medical Diagnostic Facility - Solar Power Solutions

Project-ID: 2010-004

Project Status: Looking for Sponsors

Project Director:

Country: Pakistan

Province: Sindh

District: Larkana

City/Town/Village: Balhreji

Population:5000

Estimated Cost: USD 5,000 (Pak Rs 425,000)

Current Contributions: USD 250

Scope:

Implement a Solar Power solution as supplemental power source for the Balhreji Medical Diagnostic Facility located in the village of Balhreji near the historic site of Moen-Jo-Daro. The project also uses this opportunity to involve local college students for assembly and implementation activities.

 

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