Pakistan: Sewai Foundation Flood Relief Project

Situation Report
Originally published


Sewai Foundation is non-government, non-profit organization; Operational areas of the organization are the rural and semi-urban areas of Sindh province. As an active developmental organization foundation is playing own due role by initiating and supporting different development activities and in human rights campaign of different organizations. Its approach to organizational development based upon the human resource development, strengthening the local community organizations and civil society groups and networking and coalition building with local government agencies and civil societies groups, and over all is to strength the Sewai Foundation on strong institutional grounds with clear vision, mission, objectives and strategies.

Main thematic areas of the organizational work are Basic Health, Primary Education/Literacy, Poverty Alleviation, Human Rights, Environment, Sustainable Agriculture Development, Culture and Rural Development. Foundation attempts and encourages the initiatives in these sectors because these are the important factors for well being and in improving the life of poor peoples in developing countries.


Work for such society where poverty, literacy illness has no more existed and every one can enjoy all basic human rights.


To support and strengthen the rural communities for getting social justices and economical development by undertaking participatory development initiatives in social sector


1. Motivation and rescue of peoples in the UC Qadirpur taluka Ghotki with cooperation district government Ghotki from August 02 to 08, 2010.

2. Information cell was arranged by 8 organization and Sewai Foundation in Ghotki district along with district government and Pak Rangers.

3. Survey of villages and Registration of flood affected peoples in flood relief camps in UC Qadirpur taluka Ghotki.

4. 1279 Peoples are living in the flood relief camp under supervision of Sewai foundation, supported by RDPI and funded by Plan International, ready food items provided by foundation by support of RDPI.

5. Provision of tents to 176 families and installation of four hand pumps and formation of 8 toilets in camp under supervision of sewai foundation with cooperation of RDPI.

6. Ready food provided to peoples living in camp from august 08, to 18, 2010. With support from RDPI Pakistan.

7. Peoples living in camps were educated on Health & hygiene from specialized doctor's team from Karachi and LHV for this wall papers printed in sindhi language were distributed to highly vulnerable to diseases peoples living into flood relief camps.

8. 7 Free medical camps were arranged at four Flood relief camps at Qadirpur UC total number of patients is 2335 Number of patients (576 male, 712 female & 1047 children) were treated by specialized team of doctors. Medicines included antidiarrhea, anti-malarial and oral re-hydration, IV re-hydration every type of antibiotics were distributed to patients.

9. Dry food and safety kits were distributed to 179 families living in flood relief camp of Sewai Foundation with Aid from RDPI for 10 days.

10. De-worm the children of age lower than 10 years and more than 2 years living in the flood relief camp under supervision of Sewai Foundation.

Near Goodluck cotton factory, Rahmowali, Ghotki.
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