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PHDF along with its executing agency National Commission for Human Development initiated a project to provide relief and awareness to the general public.  For the above stated purpose PHDF granted 2.3 Million to NCHD as a pilot project.

Achievements:

  • Creating awareness about COVID-19 among general public
  • Distribution of ration bags to deserving families
  • Distribution of Goodie bags (including hand sanitizers)
  • Training and placement of NCHD’s field staff at DC’s disposal

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Established National Training Institute for Literacy & Non Formal Education. To extend technical backstopping to the practitioners for capacity building.

Achievements:

  1. Teacher Guide – Functional Literacy Program
  2. Multi-grade Teaching Technique
  3. Community Learning Centers (CLCs)
  4. Management of Feeder Schools – Teacher Guide
  5. Teacher Guide for Improving Quality of Teaching-Learning in Feeder Schools
  6. Training of Master Trainers and supervision of training at Province level

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Earth Quake (2005)

PHDF/ NCHD mobilized its resources in response to the earthquake in Battagram, Mansehra, Abbottabad and Kashmir in 2005. The summary of the relief work is given below:

450 shelters constructed
500 transitional schools were setup
50,000 students were enrolled
1,700 tents were provided
100,000 people were provided health services

IDPs Mardan (2009)

PHDF/ NCHD mobilized its resources in response to the Internally displaced persons as a result of operation carried out against the insurgents in Malakand Division. The summary of the relief work done is given below:

15 transitional schools were setup
1,323 students were enrolled
75 teachers were given trauma training
818 medical camps were organized
67,031 patients were treated
Rs. 37 million medicines distributed

Floods (2010)

PHDF/ NCHD mobilized its resources in all the flood effected districts of Pakistan in response to the floods in 2010. The summary of the relief work done is given below:

Rescue & Evacuation
Rescued 16,975 people using 104 boats
Rescued 45,743 people using 193 vehicles
Rescued 25,600 people using 3 trains

Provision of Shelter, Food and Water
3,041 tents were provided
75,502 families were provided dry ration
373,792 persons were provided cooked food for one month
47,596 bottles of water were distributed
1,364 water tankers (aqua tablets treated)

Medical Assistance
121,128 patients were treated in 634 mobile camps
122,838 patients were treated in 979 static camps

Education Activities & Recreational Activities
333 temporary learning and recreational sites were established for 16,245 learners.
317 adult literacy social counseling centers were established for 4,481 learners.

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This program builds up the capacity of district line representatives to help bridge the gap between strategy and implementation of service delivery by bringing about improvement in systems, fostering efficiencies and competencies of line departments. These efforts make them successful partners in implementation of development programmes. The program profile is given below:

4,741 participants trained in CDP Planning and Budgeting
2,052 participants trained in Citizen Community Boards
3,702 participants trained in Local Monitoring Committees

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Adult Literacy Centers are setup by NCHD in local communities providing basic literacy skills to the individuals (especially women) in the age group of 11-45, who were either never enrolled before or dropped out of school before acquiring literacy skills. The syllabus and textbooks are designed for easy learning and functionality, thereby enhancing retention. Communities are mobilized to provide space as well as the teachers. Women are encouraged particularly to join these centers. Following are the achievements of this programme:

Districts covered = 134
Establishment of 166,137 Adult Literacy Centers
3.69 million Adults became literate, out which 90% were females

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This Program functions as a support program for the implementation of Health and Education initiatives. Volunteers are identified by NCHD through meetings at Union Council and District levels with the stakeholders and are given training in the implementation of program activities. Each district has registered volunteers providing support in monitoring, trainings, advocacy and resource mobilization.

Volunteers help NCHD in data collection of out of school children, enrollment of children, retention of children in the schools, organising parent teacher associations and raising funds for support like space for feeder schools, installation of hand pumps, construction of toilets etc in its Universal Primary Education Program.

In the Adult Literacy Program of NCHD the volunteers help in identification of learners and teachers from the local area, provision of space and payment of utilities.

The program profile includes the achievements given under the UPE and Adult Literacy Programs and in addition to that following activities have been undertaken by the volunteers:

430,000 (approx.) volunteers registered
2,384 medical camps were organized
28.66 million medicines distributed
7,404 blood bottles provided
Rs. 84.63 million generated in cash

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Universal Primary Education (UPE) program is primarily focused on primary schools in the public sector which caters to majority of population in Pakistan. The main features of this programme are to collect data of out of school children of 0-7 year by carrying out household to household census at national level. Based on this enrollment campaigns are carried out and with the help of communities and volunteers, all eligible children are enrolled in the schools. With the help of teachers and volunteers dropout prevention is ensured, learning achievements are continuously monitored and teachers training is held to improve the teaching methodology. In areas where there are no schools in the radius of 1.5 kms, feeder schools are established to enroll children in preschool classes. UPE program aims at providing sustainable quality primary education to every child in Pakistan. Since 2003 the following has been achieved:

Districts covered = 134
16.03 million students enrolled in the enrollment campaigns
38,376 Community Based Feeder Schools established
86,535 feeder teachers were trained

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The girls’ school in Battal village of Mansehra district that was destroyed in the Earthquake of 2005 was reconstructed in this project.

The construction of Battal school was completed in January 2012. The School was inaugurated by Sardar Shah Jahan Yousaf, Minister of State (Ministry of Education and Training). The inauguration ceremony was held on 8th May, 2012 in the premises of Government Girls’s School, Battal, Mansehra.

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