Projects Completed

1) WaterAid in Pakistan

Girls Friendly WASH in Schoolt

  • Provision of Water & Sanitation and Solid Waste Management Facilities in 60 Govt; Girls Middle/High Schools.
  • Menstrual Hygiene Education .
  • • Baseline & Feasibility Study around affordable sanitary pads.
  • April 01, 2016 to March 31, 2018

    PKR 50,861,843

     

    2) Custodian of Two Holy Mosques Relief Campaign for Pakistan

    King Abdulla Relief Campaign for Pakistani People (KARCPP)

    • 11 water supply schemes.
    • 07 Water User Associations formed.

    January 01 to December 31, 2016

    PKR 12,667,015

     

    3) WaterAid in Pakistan

    School WASH in Swat

    • Mobilizing teachers and students.
    • Establishing and improving drinking water sources.

    October 01, 2014 to March 31, 2015

    PKR 6,496,000

     

    4) Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF)

    (A) Prime Minister Interest Free Loan (PM-IFL)

    • Loan to 1500 beneficiaries.
    • Business guidance.

    September 01 2014 to August 31, 2017

    PKR 32,400,000

     

    5) Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF)

    Program for Poverty Reduction (PPR)

    • Institutional Development.
    • Education, .
    • Health.
    • Livelihood.
    • CPI.

    April 01 2016 to September 30, 2016

    PKR 135,820,000

     

    6) Concern Worldwide Rapid Fund

    Transitional Shelter Support for Earthquake Affected Families district Shangla

    •  Construction of 250 Transitional Shelter for Earthquake affected families.

    December 07 2015 to March 08, 2016

    PKR 26,873,200

     

    7) Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF)

    Program for Poverty Reduction (PPR)

    • Institutional Development, Jul 2015 to Mar 2016, PKR 19,285,500.
    • Health,Jul 2015 to Mar 2016,PKR 15,821,904 .
    • Community Physical Infrstructure,Jul 2015 to Mar 2016,PKR 39,560,400.
    • Livelihood,Jul 2015 to Mar 2016,PKR 13,581,500.
    • Education, Jul 2015 to Mar 2016, PKR 23,738,497.

    April 01 2016 to September 30, 2016

    PKR 135,820,000

     

    8) Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF)

    (A) Creating a positive mass effect in district Buner

    • Community Physical Infrastructure.
    • Human & Institutional Development (HID).

    Nov 01, 2012 to April 30, 2015

    PKR 136,340,000

    (B) Institutional Development(ID)

    • Third&Second Tiers Trainings or Activities (9 & 34).
    • Seminars & Documentary.

    Oct 01, 2013 to Sep 30, 2014

    PKR 4,300,000

    (C) ID, CPI & LEED Batch 62

    • Institutional Development.
    • CPI & LEED.

    April 01, 2015 to Sep 30, 2015

    PKR 27,000,000

    (D) (D) Livelihood Enterprise & Employment Development (LEED)

    • Number of Livelihood Investment Plans (400).
    • Assets Transfer to ultra and vulnerable Poor (400) .

    Oct 01, 2013 to Dec 31, 2014

    PKR 45,970,000

     

    9) Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC)

    Provision of Improved Water Supply Scheme to Village Shokain, Madyan Swat

    • Formed 04 Water Committees.
    • 37 Health and Hygiene Sessions conducted.

    Dec 02 2013 to Sep 30, 2014

    PKR 16,672,730

     

    10) JOBS International

    Rehabilitation of Drinking Water Supply Schemes in Flood Affected Areas Of upper Swat

    • Conducted Hygiene sessions with 900 households (450 Male and 450 Female HH).
    • 07 Water User Associations formed.

    September 01 to December 31, 2012

    PKR 1,671,000

     

     11) Food and agriculture organization (FAO)

    Restoration of agriculture based livelihood for the conflict and flood affected area of KPK

    • 48,000 Apple and Walnut Plants distributed in 960 beneficiaries for the rehabilitation of their Orchards.
    • 2,904 Poultry distributed among 242 beneficiaries for restocking.
    • 30 sessions took place with communities on Nutrition.
    • Established 16 Farmer field schools.
    • Established 8 Farm business schools.
    • Formed 8 Producer marketing groups.

    February 01 to September 30, 2012

    PKR 4,563,000

     

     12) Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF)

    Improvement of Access to Basic Infrastructure in District Swat

    Community Physical Infrastructure (CPI)

    1. 11 irrigation channels, 16 drinking water supply, 04 sanitation, 43 roads and 20 street pavements completed.
    • Social Mobilization
    1. 287 Community Organizations (COs) formed.
    2. 14 Village Organizations (VOs) formed.
    3. 2 Village Support Organizations (VSOs) formed.
    4. 17 Community Management Skills Trainings and exposure visits conducted.
    • Human & Institutional Development (HID)
    1. FIS and SOPs developed.
    2. One each ECS & conflict management, GAD and Report writing trainings conducted for staff members.
    3. Electrician training to 40 participants, refrigeration & Air Conditioning training to 40 participants and plumbing training to 20 participants imparted.
    4. Embroidery training imparted to 20 female participants.
    • Health
    1. Organized 900 fixed medical camps.
    • Disability
    1. 40 awareness raising sessions conducted.
    2. 4 Teachers Trainings conducted.
    3. 3 Attend ship Trainings conducted.
    4. Enterprise development trainings imparted t0 150 participants.
    5. 100 business incubation established.
    6. 2 events of Sports days carried out.
    7. 3 medical camps carried out for PWDs.
    8. Provide Assistive devices to 3100 PWDs.

    Mar 1, 2010 to August 31, 2012

    PKR 160,000,000

     

    13) German Agro Action (GAA)/ Welt Hungerhilfe (DWHH)

    Water, Energy, Sanitation & Hygiene (WESH) Project

    • Rehabilitated 18 Water Supply schemes.
    • Constructed 270 household level latrines.
    • Constructed 4 sewer lines.
    • Conducted 1050 hygiene sessions.

    April 1, 2011 to July 31, 2012

    PKR 50,848,800

     

     14) Handicap International (HI)

    (A) Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) promotion in Upper Swat

    • Promoted the handicap, aged and vulnerable population to the mainstream.
    • Formed and capacitated Village Support Groups (VSGs).
    • Constructed/modified 225 accessible latrines/bathrooms and 5 hand pumps in two union councils of Swat and one of Buner Districts.
    • Conducted Hygiene sessions with male, female and school children

    May 20, 2010 - October 19, 2010

    PKR 12,055,000

     

    (B) Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Project  in Swat and Buner Districts

    • Promoted the handicap, aged and vulnerable population to the mainstream.
    • Formed and capacitated Village Support Groups (VSGs).
    • Constructed/modified 300 accessible latrines and 100 bathing places in two union councils of Swat and one in Buner Districts.

    Sep. 2009 -Jan. 2010

    PKR 15,482,500

     

    15) USAID- Pakistan Jobs Project

    Skilled Workforce Development in 4 Tehsils in Swat district

    • Provided on Job training and placed 350 persons in various employable trades for a period of 3 months in Swat.
    • 60 to 70% of the trainee apprentices self employed or placed in potential construction projects.

    July 2010 to September 2010

    PRK 15,069,800

     

    16) Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

    Emergency Support to Flood Affected Small Farmers

    • Vegetables and wheat seeds distributed to flood affected families in three UCs of Swat and 4 UCs of Malakand districts.
    • Urea and DAP provided.
    • Compound feed and devorming carried out.
    • Flood affected irrigation channels rehabilitated.

    October 1, 2010 to May 31, 2011

    PKR 10,323,700

     

    17) Abt. Associates Inc.

    (A) Pakistan Safe Drinking Water and Hygiene Promotion Project (PSDW-HPP) in three Tehsils of District Swat

    • Two training events conducted on hygiene promotion for  NGOs staff working in the area
    • Trained 300 TBAs on health and hygiene.
    • Trained 250 female and 250 male teachers regarding health and hygiene.
    • Imparted two trainings to CBOs on Community Management Skills.
    • Imparted one training to CBOs on Basic Accounting Skills.
    • Health and Hygiene sessions conducted with 500 Molvess and 1000 community volunteers.

    May 17, 2010-Spetmeber 16, 2010

    PKR 3,826,500

     

    (B) Pakistan Safe Drinking Water and Hygiene Promotion Project (PSDW-HPP)

    • Conducted 120 Hygiene Sessions with fathers and 384 with mothers whose children age was less than five years in two union councils of District Swat.
    • Trained and oriented 08 Imams (religious leaders) to act as multipliers for hygiene promotion.
    • Sensitized 16 Doctors to disseminate the massages about safe health and hygiene practices.
    • Trained 21 other NGOs/CBos/CCBs to include the messages on hygiene in their programs.
    • Organized an Interactive Theaters for hygiene promotion.
    • Formed and capacitated 02 water user committees.
    • Conducted one training with Community members on filtration plant and one training with filtration plant operators and TMA/PHED officials.
    • Conducted one experience sharing workshop on district level.
    • Trained teachers of 4th class all over the government primary schools (1181) in Swat to act as multiplier for hygiene promotion.
    • Carried out 12 water sampling tests of tube wells and made 14 water filtration plants functional in Swat district.

    Jul. 1, 2008- Jun. 30, 2009

    PKR 8,511,400

     

    18) USAID Entrepreneurs/MEDA

    Livelihood Recovery Project

    • Provided micro grants comprising of agricultural, livestock, honey bees and vocational tool kits to 2400 insurgency affected people of three UCs of District Swat.

    July 2010 to December 2010

    PKR 50,400,000

     

    19) United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF)

    WASH  Flood Emergency  Response, District Lower Swat, Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa (KPK)

    • Completed installation of 150 water storage tanks.
    • Carried out minor repair to 1250 community water sources (Hand pumps / open wells), plus disinfection.
    • Completed minor repair to 750 household drains.
    • Constructed 500 H/H and community pour flush toilets.
    • Installed 100 solid waste bins.
    • Carried out rehabilitation/Restoration of 100 WASH facilities in schools/public places/mosques, (new/ facilities / rehabilitation) as per need on site.
    • Water trucking to affected communities 5,000 HH.
    • Solid waste management

    August 23, 2010 to February 12, 2011

    PKR 46,718,765

     

    Health and Hygiene Promotion Project in Swat and Buner districts

    • 1000 Health and hygiene sessions with female and 600 with male communities conducted.
    • Organized 15 Hygiene cleanliness days with the active involvement of the community members.
    • 04 training sessions with 100 TMAs and PHED operational staff on health and hygiene.
    • 03 FM messages regarding health and hygiene.

    April 15, 2010 to August 14, 2010

    PKR 4,748,000

     

    20) Concern Worldwide

    (A) Early Recovery Support for Flood Affected Families (ERSFAF) Project

    • Employable/income generation trainings to 200 trainees imparted.
    • 60 Entrepreneur recovery cash grants distributed.
    • 10 livestock vaccination & de-worming field days conducted.
    • 30 trainings on livestock management skills imparted.
    • Repaired basic/critical infrastructure using cash for work (15 schemes).
    • 150 Hygiene promotion sessions conducted.
    • Revitalized 5 water supply systems.
    • Reconstructed 150 pour flush latrines.

    May 5, 2011 to December 31, 2011

    PKR 27,969,000

     

    (B) Early Recovery Support for Flood Affected Families

    • 13 drinking water supply schemes rehabilitated.
    • 200 latrines repaired.
    • 450 health & hygiene sessions conducted.
    • 12 infrastructure schemes rehabilitated.
    • 8,000 man-days under Cash for Work (CFW) carried out.
    • 155 small enterprise recovery grants distributed.
    • 180 tool kits to skilled artisan given.
    • 2,000 kitchen gardening inputs distributed.
    • 380 goats (1 per family) distributed.
    • 4 livestock filed-days carried out.

    January 01, 2011 to May 04, 2011

    PKR 43,093,000

     

    (C) Supporting Early Recovery for Flood Affected Families in District Swat KPK

    • Provided support for kitchen gardening through provision of 400 packages (vegetable seeds & fertilizer).
    • Carried out 50 Hygiene promotion sessions at community/school level.
    • Completed rehabilitation of irrigation channel, jeepable tracks, retaining walls and land terracing through 2500 CFW Men-days.
    • Restoration/rehabilitation of 3 water supply schemes completed.
    • Restoration/rehabilitation of 3 Community Physical Infrastructure schemes including jeepable tracks and other community prioritized schemes completed.

    August 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010

    PKR 6,749,000

     

    (D) Food Security Support for Conflict Affected Families of Upper Swat

    • 16 COs formed.
    • 16 Village Rehabilitation Plans developed.
    • Provided Maize crop inputs to 700 resource poor House Holds.
    • 10 Livestock De-worming and vaccination campaigns hold.
    • Completed 12 physical infrastructure schemes

    Apr 1, 2010 – July 31, 2010

    PKR 6,071,000

     

    (E) Support Early Recovery of Conflict Affected Families (SERCAF) of District Swat

    • Provided vegetable gardening inputs, support to 1350 resource poor households.
    • Distributed poultry package to 1100 poor and vulnerable households.
    • Provided improved specie of cows to 221 poor and vulnerable households
    • Vaccinated 10,000 livestock.
    • Trained 600 unemployed people in employable skills to start income earning activities.
    • Technical trade specific toolkits were provided to 150 beneficiaries.
    • Distributed small grants to 178 beneficiaries of damaged/affected small businesses.
    • Completed 31 community infrastructure schemes through active participation of the community.

    Dec. 1, 2009

    Mar. 31, 2010

    PKR 50,000,000

     

    21) Catholic Relief Services (CRS)

    (A) Swat Livelihood Early Recovery Project (SLERP) in Upper Swat

    • 44 physical schemes and 116 kitchen gardening schemes completed under Cash for Work.
    • Cash Grant provided to 3554 households.
    • Commodity voucher containing agriculture inputs (seeds, fertilizers etc.)  Provided to 1710 households.

    June 1, 2010- Dec 31, 2010

    PKR 5,240,000

     

    (B) Swat Livelihood Early Recovery Project (SLERP)

    • Twenty-six physical schemes completed under Cash for Work.
    • Cash Grant provided to 4920 households.
    • Commodity voucher containing agriculture inputs (seeds, fertilizers etc.)  Provided to 2119 households.

    Sep. 2009 - Mar. 2010

    PKR 55,652,500

    22) Deutche Welthungerhilfe (DWHH) / German Agro Action (GAA)

    (A) Improvement of access to safe drinking water and sanitation facilities for the earthquake affected population in the districts Shangla and Batagram Project

    • Drinking water supply schemes in twelve villages were rehabilitated and improved/ constructed and capacity of the target groups were enhanced to operate and maintain the schemes.
    • Sanitation conditions in six villages were improved by the construction of 120 model latrines and 2 sewage drains.
    • Health and hygiene awareness of the target group were improved by a hygiene promotion campaign.

    Jan.2009 - Dec. 2009

    € 316,290

     

    (B) Rehabilitation of Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Facilities in the Earthquake affected areas of Shangla District, NWFP (RDWSS) Project

    • Six Water User Committees (WUCs) formed and trained to acquire the minimum level of maturity.
    • Drinking water supply schemes in six villages are rehabilitated and improved/constructed and capacity of the target group enhanced to operate and maintain the schemes.
    • Sanitation conditions in six villages are improved by the construction of 90 model latrines and two sewage drains.
    • 102 hygiene promotion sessions with female, 41 with male and 10 at school level conducted which directly benefited 1497 women, 775 male and 151 school children respectively.

    Oct. 15, 2007- Dec. 31, 2008

    € 173,970

     

    23) John Snow, Inc. (USAID)

    Pakistan Initiative for Mothers and Newborns (PAIMAN) Project

    • Established and made functional Birthing Center to provide maternity health to mothers and newborns in Swat District.

    Dec. 2008 - Dec. 2009

    PKR 1,414,600

     

    25) UNDP GEF SGP

    (A) Protection of Fresh Water Resources (PFWR) around Mingora City, Swat

    • Revised Mingora Sanitation Master Plan by using satellite imageries on half meter resolution.
    • Enhanced capacity of TMA Swat through process and by imparting training in by-laws formulation and Planning and Zoning guidelines.
    • Imparted training to the community organizations of Mingora City in Project Planning and Management.
    • Facilitated the establishment of public private partnership for solid waste management in Mingora City.

    Mar. 1, 2006- Dec. 31, 2009

    $50,000

     

    (B) River Swat Conservation Project (RSCP) Swat

    • Established data base on River Swat for further use.
    • Launched awareness campaign among the local masses about the water pollution and its adverse effects on health and economic condition, betterment of ecosystem and importance of clean environment and safe hygiene practices.
    • Developed and strengthened coordination among the concern govt. departments and selected communities for collective actions regarding the protection of river Swat and to expand it to other communities in due process.
    •  Helped the govt. in developing land use planning and zoning guidelines for the valley to promote planned construction along the river side and stress for implementation of building by-laws vis-à-vis construction along the river Swat.
    • Developed and strengthened coordination among the concerned government departments for collective actions regarding the protection of River Swat. In this regard EPS re-activated the defunct River Swat Protection Cell. The then commissioner of Malakand Division was the chairman, EPS the coordinator and all line departments were the members of the cell. The cell besides other worth mentioned achievement formulates River Swat Protect Act, which the provincial Government with minor amendments promulgated as NWFP Rivers Protection Act.

    Sep. 1998-Aug. 2002

    $50,000

     

    25) South Asia Partnership (SAP) Pakistan

     

    (A) Strengthening Democratic Governance Program (SDGP) Swat

    • Enhanced presence and contribution of vulnerable groups (peasants and workers especially women and minorities) in local government institutions, committees, councils and other structures.
    • Increased capacity of peasants and rural workers to address local economic issues in their respective. areas.
    • Enhanced contribution of peasants and rural workers (especially women, minorities) in policy reforms and development plans.
    • Increased capacity of people’ representatives (peasant and rural workers, especially women and minorities) to participate and influence public policies at local level.

    Feb. 2006-March. 2009

    PKR 900,000

     

    (B) Election Awareness Raising Project

    • Election campaign was carried out in all the 65 UCs of District Swat and people educated of their democratic rights.
    • General masses educated about vote casting process.
    • Monitoring was carried out on the day of Election.

    2005

    PKR 167,000

     

    26) UNDP SGP PTF

    Conservation and Rehabilitation of Elum Valley Forests (CARE) Project  Swat

    • Nine male and one female Target Group Organizations, one Wild Life Protection Committee and a Joint Forest Management Committee formed and trained in BSD.
    • The male activist of the area were trained in bee keeping, stove manufacturing and the female in embroidery and kitchen gardening.
    • 200,000 seedlings of forest and wild fruit planted.
    • Regeneration over an area of 350 acres protected and 3 agro-based nurseries raised through active participation of community members and Forest Department.
    • Basic infrastructure for eco-tourism promotion in Elum valley developed which comprises of improvement of 8Km long track from Murghuzar to Elum localities, construction of two rest areas along the track, construction of energy efficient guesthouse and development of eco-camp. To promote tourism in the area EPS has also formed a district level tourism promotion committee and has launched a web site (ww.visitswat.com).
    • Supported and facilitated the local community members in small scale entrepreneurship to reduce pressure on forest resources.

    Jan. 30, 2005- May. 31, 2007

    PKR 6,141,000

     

    27)  Asian Development Bank and Go: NWFP

    (A) Malakand Rural Development Project (Social Organization Unit, Lower Swat)

    • 406 male and 203 female community organizations formed and trained.
    •  Imparted trainings in poultry farming and tie and die to 646 women of the area.
    • Implemented 73 water supply schemes, 36 sanitation schemes, 58 irrigation channels, 28 kilometers jeep-able tracks and 5 micro hydel power stations.
    • Established 141 vegetables, 220 wheat and 337 maize demonstration plots in collaboration with Agriculture Department.
    • Imparted training in livestock extension workers to 113 male of the area and distributed 33 rams, 21 bucks and 13 bulls of best breed among the community members in collaboration with Livestock and Dairy Development Department Swat.
    • Imparted trainings in TBA to 617 and LHV & Midwifery to 205 women and financially supported 630 women in educations at the levels of Matric, FA, BA, B. Ed, CT, PTC and computer trainings.

    Jan. 2002-Dec. 2007

    PKR 16,500,000

     

    (B) Malakand Rural Development Project (Social Organization Unit, Upper Swat)

    • 301 male and 200 female community organizations formed and trained.
    • Imparted trainings in poultry farming, tie and die, tailoring and handicrafts, fruit and vegetable preservation and kitchen gardening to 962 women of the area.
    • Implemented 96 water supply schemes, 9 sanitation schemes, 36 irrigation channels, 15 kilometers jeep-able tracks and 20 micro hydel power stations.
    • Established 203 vegetables, 117 wheat and 142 maize demonstration plots in collaboration with Agriculture Department.
    • Imparted training in livestock extension workers to 49 male of the area and distributed 22 rams, 10 bucks and 07 bulls of best breed among the community members in collaboration with Livestock and Dairy Development Department Swat.
    • Imparted trainings in TBA to 591 and LHV & Midwifery to 136 women and financially supported 749 women in educations at the levels of Matric, FA, BA, B. Ed, CT, PTC and computer trainings.

    Jan. 2002-Dec. 2007

    PKR 16,500,000

     

    28) SDC- IC (Innovation for Poverty Reduction Project)

    Participatory Research on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (PROMPT) Project Rodingar Valley, Swat

    • Nine Target Group Organizations formed and trained in BSD, NTFPs collection and processing, poultry keeping, livestock management and honey bee keeping.
    • Awareness raising campaign for sustainable use of NTFPs launched through sessions, workshops, melas etc.
    • Socio-economic survey, ecological survey and indigenous knowledge survey of the valley conducted.
    • Market chain for NTFPs developed and the local collectors linked with the market, whose income increased by 13%.
    • Locally threatened precious medicinal plant species protected through in-situ and ex-situ cultivation.
    • Two informal Schools and a functional literacy center established in the valley.

    Jun. 2004 - Dec. 2007

    PKR 4,000,000

     

    29) CARE  International in Pakistan

    (A) Health and Gender Development (HGDP) Project

    • 36 male and 43 female community organizations formed and trained.
    • Organized 464 medical camps for male and 418 for female and provided primary health cover and medicines to 18261 male, 14771 female and 4096 children.
    • Reactivated two government facilities by conducting OPDs and providing medicines and strengthened Gynecological section of Bisham Civil Hospital by organizing OPDs and providing medicines, medical equipments and furniture.
    •  63 hygiene promotion sessions conducted.
    • 36 male and 43 female community health volunteers identified and trained to deliver the messages of health and hygiene at village and Mohallah level.
    • 67 women trained in traditional birth attendance.
    • Conducted 13 gender awareness sessions with female of the area.
    • Organized 20 training events in poultry farming, 19 in kitchen gardening, two on cutting and sewing, 10 in livestock management and one in embroidery and trained a total of 330 women.

    Dec. 16 2006- Sep 15, 2007

    PKR 18,100,000

     

    (B) Mitigating Operations for Health Issues of Migrants (MOHIM) Project Shangla

    • 25 male and 24 female community organizations and 5 male and 4 female advisory committees formed and trained.
    • Established 5 male and 5 female tent clinics to provide basic health services including medicines to 1806 male, 1004 female and 1709 children.
    • Organized 325 mobile medical camps and provided primary medical cover to 14174 people.
    •  50 hygiene promotion sessions conducted.
    • 25 male and 25 female community health volunteers identified and trained to deliver the messages of health and hygiene at village and Mohallah level.
    • 42 women trained in traditional birth attendance.

    Feb. 1, 2006- Dec. 15, 2006

    PKR 4,440,000

     

    30) Household level Interventions for Women Awareness in Decision Making (HIWAD) Project Shangla

    • Conducted two gender awareness sessions with the influential and male members of the community organizations and 24 with the female community organizations to bring a change in their behavior towards women role and right in the society.
    • Organized 8 training events each in poultry farming and kitchen gardening, two on cutting and sewing and one on embroidery and trained a total of 185 women. 

    Feb. 1, 2006- Dec. 15, 2006

    PKR 2,000,000

     

    1. Community Based Health & Disaster Management Project (Half Way Home)
    • Established half way home in Bisham Civil Hospital and provided medical relief to the earth quake affected people of Shangla.
    • Established linkages with other national and international organization working in health sector in Shangla.
    • Re-strengthened the OPD and admission facility in Bisham Civil Hospital.

    Oct. 20, 2005- Jan. 20, 2006

    PKR  1,200,000

     

    31) Oxfam GB

    Campaign about violence against women

    • Organized sessions about women rights with govt. officials, influential and female of the area at district as well as Tehsil level.
    • Organized theater show and debates competition among students of schools in Swat to create awareness among the general masses about women rights and responsibilities.

    Feb. 1, 2006-   Apr. 30, 2006

    PKR 406,000

     

    32) NOVIB

    Micro Credit Project

    • Small loans in the selected villages of Swat were provided to male, female and groups for income generating activities.
    • Loan period was kept one year and recovery was made successful in easy     monthly installments.

    2002-2003

    PKR 400,000

     

    34) Civil Society HID Programme (CHIP)

    Human & Institutional Development (HID) Project

    • Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs) developed for the Society.
    • Capacity of more than 600 activists from different CBOs of Malakand Division was enhanced in BSD, FMT, PPW, SOT, EPS, ECS and PRA trainings.
    • Area Resource Center in EPS Office established.
    • CBOs networking formed
    • Annual CBOs Conference began to organize.

    1997-2003

    PKR 1,567,000

     

    35) Department for International Development

    British Council

    Interns Scheme

    • Four qualified persons trained and provided them opportunities to gain field experience.
    • Experience sharing visits were made to different developmental organizations.
    • Children and parent survey carried out by the Interns of EPS.

    2000-2001

    PKR 97,500

     

    36) Government of NWFP

    Community Management Infrastructure (CIP) Project

    • Social mobilization conducted in Swat and Dir Districts for effective implementation of the physical.
    • Specialized training in organizational management and community mobilization imparted to the community organizations so formed.
    •  Linkages of the community organization developed and strengthened with the Govt.

    2001

    PKR 2,083,000

     

    37) Trust for Voluntary Organization (TVO)

    Chalyar Sanitation, Drainage and Street Pavement Project Swat

    • EPS in collaboration with TVO implemented Sanitation, drainage and street pavement Schemes in Chalyar Village on cost share basis that benefited the total population of the village (350Hhs) and halted the flow of  more than 3500 gallon waste water per day into River Swat.

    2001

    PKR 600,00

     

    38) Primary Education Project Govt: of NWFP

    Parents Teachers Associations (PTAs) Project

    • EPS formed 40 female and 60 male Parents Teachers Associations (PTAs) and trained teachers of the schools.
    • Enrolment of students increased on sustainable basis.

    1998-2000

    PKR 951,600

     

    39) IUED, Geneva University, Switzerland

    Urban Planning Management Support Project (UPMSP) Swat

    • Mngora male and female Round Table was formed to discuss issues of the city and conceive joint solutions to be recommended to the concerned authority.
    • Different surveys like socio economic, solid waste management and traffic surveys conducted and plans like traffic management plan, Mingawar Conceptual Master Plan and sanitation scheme designed.

    1997-2000

    PKR 1,750,000

     

    40) Ministry of Environment, Local Government & Rural Development

    Mingora Sanitation Project Swat

    • Awareness raising campaign regarding clean drinking water and hygiene promotion conducted.
    • Sanitation scheme  Shagai, Saidu Sharif,  Amankot and Banr localities  within Mingawara Municipal area implemented on participatory basis which benefited 30, 80 and 20 households respectively.

    1999

    PKR 600,000

     

    41) Ministry of Environment, Local Government & Rural Development

    Garbage Dumps Construction Swat

    • Ten Garbage dumps were constructed at different places including public spaces, govt. hospitals and other areas where needed in Mingora city.

    1997

    PKR 150,000

     

    42) Swiss NGOs Programme Office

    Establishment of Plant Nursery and Plantation Project Swat

    • Established community plant nursery at Gogdara village of Swat.
    • Community owned forests were protected.

    1996

    PKR 300,000