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Qatar Charity organized public awareness seminars on “World Toilet Day” in Punjab and Sindh

World Toilet Day (WTD) is a day to take action against open defecation. It is a day to raise awareness about sanitation, personal and environmental hygiene. As per UN research, out of world’s seven billion people, 2.4 billion people do not have access to improved sanitation. One billion people still defecate in open. Poor sanitation increases the risk of morbidity, mortality and malnutrition, especially for women and children. Sanitation is a global development priority. In 2013, the United Nations General Assembly officially designated November 19 as World Toilet Day. World Toilet Day is coordinated by UN Water in collaboration with governments and relevant stakeholders.

Qatar Charity organized public awareness seminars on “World Toilet Day” in Punjab and Sindh at its geographic locations. In Punjab, World Toilet Day seminar was organized at Govt. Girls High School, Village Qaim Bharwana, Tehsil Shorkot of District Jhang. Qatar Charity displayed its project related IEC material corner for public awareness as well. Participants of the event included students of the school, teaching staff, UNICEF guests, line department and journalists. Approximately 1200 people participated in the event.
Seminar was started with recitation of holy Quran, graced with theater play by highlighting the importance of sanitation and hygiene, speeches by UNICEF representative, Government officials and Qatar Charity field team.
Many peoples impressed by the overall working of Qatar Charity all over the Pakistan and our Low cost latrine model. Some participants show their interest for future liaison and coordination.
In Sindh; Qatar charity Badin celebrated World Toilet Day with aim to raise the awareness in the community about the importance of the use of Toilet. In this regard Malala Feeder School Tando Ghulam Ali District Badin was selected as venue.
World Toilet Day seminar was started with Holy verses of Quran, Naat and graced with various speeches (by head master of school, government officials, parent teachers committee, Qatar Charity field team), theatre plays, painting competitions, and songs which were indicating the importance of sanitation, personal and environmental hygiene.
Head Master of Malala Feeder School requested to the management of the QC that, the schemes of the provision of the Wash II in the schools of the area may be initiated as the school students can adopt the practices of the use of Latrine.

At the end of the event, prizes were distributed among the winners for encouragement and best performance, refreshment for the all the participants were also distributed.

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Qatar Charity implemented flood relief project in Districts Kalat and Noshki Baluchistan

Qatar Charity in close coordination with Provincial Disaster Management & Government of Baluchistan implemented flood relief project in Districts Kalat and Noshki from 26 Aug - 25 Sept, 2019. NFIs (Winterized Tents along with Plastic Mates) & Dry Food Ration was distributed to total 365 beneficiaries comprising 200 from District Kalat and 165 from District Noshki with support of 14.8 million PKR (370,000 QR).
The project helped in accessing the most vulnerable segments of the population of both the districts, by addressing the nutritional needs and seasonal vulnerability of target population. Both districts are very remote and poorly accessible due to security issues and remoteness of the area, thus no or limited number of organizations present to address the needs of the poor masses.  
Qatar Charity focused the flood & drought effected community, women or disable headed household, large number of dependents, senior citizens, children with disability and orphans for relief project. 
The support of Qatar Charity was highly welcomed and appreciated by the District Administration, provincial government of Baluchistan. Provincial government issued letter of appreciation to Qatar Charity for its interventions and support to poor community and requested for more developments interventions in Baluchistan. Qatar Charity is planning to open its field office in Baluchistan to meet the basic needs like education, health, water and sanitation projects and income improvement projects.
There was a positive feedback from the Beneficiaries, who received the packages; they were very grateful to Qatar Charity for supporting them in such crucial time when they lost their crops, cattle and home damages due to flood and drought.

 

 
 
 

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Qatar Charity Pakistan celebrated Global Hand-washing Day “Clean Hands for All” across Pakistan

Qatar Charity Pakistan celebrated Global Hand-washing across Pakistan in its existing geographic locations i.e. Sindh, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Azad Jammu Kashmir. Respective district and provincial government authorities, school children, parents, guardians of orphans grace the event at each district. Electronic media, print media also actively participated for media coverage.
In total 2665 children participated in Global Hand-washing day in which 1000 were sponsored orphans.
In Rawalpindi, Mansehra and Muzaffarabad, Hand washing day was celebrated with sponsored orphans only in which 1000 hygiene kits were distributed.
In Sindh, Global Hand-washing day was organized in two districts in close coordination with government Education department; respectively: Government High School Saeed Pur, district Tando Muhammad Khan and Ram Kolhi Public School (Patafi Tell) district Badin.
In Punjab, Government Girls High secondary school- district Jhang, Government Girls Primary School Jaalwala-district Muzaffargarh and Government Girls Primary School-district Ranjanpur.
Hand-washing day events were containing recitation of holy Quran, Naat and registration of children, awareness session on importance of Hand-washing with soap by Qatar Charity team in light of religion, personal and environmental hygiene. Moreover; in Sindh, Qatar Charity team organized painting competition, theater play for further understanding and grab the attention of beneficiaries and community.
Demonstration of hand-washing was conducted in detailed by Qatar Charity in which children were participated with excitement and interest. There was small activity was done to grab and interest of little children and keep them remember about hand-washing. Children dip their hands in poster colors, paste on banner for pledged of washing their hand with soap in critical times.
Children and their mothers shared their learning and experience with participants. Few children quoted as follows:

  • Hand-washing is simple act.
  • Hand-washing is part of cleanliness and as per Islam teachings, cleanliness is half of faith.
  • Hand-washing prevent from disease therefore I do not sick and go to school daily.

 
Qatar charity team distributed personal hygiene kits and personal hygiene flyer among sponsored orphans to ensure maintaining their personal hygiene.  Shield and prizes were awarded to children who participated in theater, role plays, painting competitions and activities regarding hand-washing day celebrations. Children, community, school teachers, district and provincial government officials, media focal persons actively participated.

 
 
 

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Qatar Charity Pakistan conducted Health Screening for Orphans

In 2019, Qatar Charity supported nearly 5,997 beneficiaries (respectively; orphans, family support, persons with disability, family support and students) with sponsorship of 468 million PKR (11.7 million QR).
Qatar Charity conducted  two health screening camps respectively; one in Kashmir, Bagh and one in Punjab, Attock; under the supervision of doctors and nurses to examine the health status of 400 orphans and refer some of them for specialized examination on the recommendation of the general practitioner.
The first medical camp was organized in the Al-Hussain hospital - district Attock on 22-Sep-2019 in which 100 sponsored orphans were screened whereas in Al-Noor hospital-district Attock on 23-Sep-2019 in which 100 sponsored orphans were screened. In AJK, two days health screening camps camp was organized in Peema hospital- district Bagh, on 26 & 27-sep-2019, in which 200 sponsored orphans were screened.
All assigned doctors worked hard during the checkups, tests in the follow-up seasonal diseases i.e. measuring pulse, blood pressure, heart beat, breathing, skin, eyes, ears, stomach and cases of anemia, allergies. Medications for orphaned patients were then determined by the doctor's prescription. The general examination revealed 1 case related to ear infection, 1 mal-nourished case and 1 skin allergy case. They were referred the following day to hospital.

At the end of the medical examination, the guardians of the orphans expressed their deep gratitude to the Qatar Charity Department in the Pakistan office and those in charge of the matter at the head office in Doha, Qatar. Sponsored children were happy after gone through the health screening and thankful to their donors as well. Doctor `s team was also pleased and highly appreciated the Qatar Charity interventions in Pakistan.

 

 
 

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Qatar Charity`s WASH Interventions in partnership with UNICEF

Qatar Charity (QC) is making ASWA-II interventions in 19 UCs of Tehsil Shorkot, district Jhang in partnership with UNICEF. QC is targeting total 98 revenue villages comprising of 44,484 households and a population of 263,268. A total 14,258 households did not have toilet in their house at the start of the project. As a result of Qatar Charity mobilization, 8,564 households have constructed toilets in their homes. 261,000 people have been reached for behavioral change communication at household, community and school level. 59,360 people have gained sustained access to basic hygiene and hand washing facilities at their home as a result of project interventions by Qatar Charity. Qatar Charity is also working in schools and has formed a total 340 school wash clubs where 1,117 school teachers have been trained on WiNs through 3-star approach. More than 450 community resource persons have been trained and capacitated from target communities to eradicate open defecation from their villages through behavior change communication. Approximately 200 religious leaders are also trained on PATS 3-statr approach so that they preach teachings of hygiene in the light of religion.

Qatar Charity self-implementation Project in Shorkot, district Jhang

Qatar Charity has installed one water pound (storage of water pond is almost 50000 Gallons) which facilitates 200 house hold (1400 population) in clean drinking water. Qatar Charity installed 7 accessible toilets for Persons with disabilities for their easy access and mobility. These demo latrines will also help community to replicate such model for other PWDs. QC installed hand washing station in 18 Government school to reinforce the student for hand washing with soap after critical time. Hand washing with soap is cheaper way to prevent from disease. These Hand washing station is now full function for the students and teachers.

 

 
 
 

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Qatar Charity Implemented its Qurbani Program 2019 in Pakistan and Azad Jammu & Kashmir

Like the past years, this year too, Qatar Charity implemented its Qurbani Program in different part of Pakistan and Azad Jammu & Kashmir.
This program is aimed at highlighting the spirit of sacrificing and giving away as well as reviving the bond of sharing and jubilation among the brethren.
Qatar Charity, through its Qurbani Program focuses on the poorest and needy groups who find it hard to afford and consume meat on regular basis. This includes but not limited to orphan children, widows, persons with disabilities and the elderly poor in general.
For the year 2019, the Qurbani Program was implemented in Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa, Punjab, Sindh and Azad Jammu & Kashmir. The key beneficiaries of the intervention were the registered orphans, widows and Persons With Disabilities PWDs .

Local communities, volunteers groups and activists participated in the Qatar Charity Qurbani intervention with great zeal and dedication.  Qatar Charity‘s Field Offices in Punjab, Sindh and Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa supervised the Qurbani Intervention in the respective areas. A total of 250 Qurbani animals ( bulls) were consumed for this intervention and each covered family /person received a minimum of 3 kgs of fresh Qurbani meat

 

 
 
 
 

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Relief Project, Food Package & Winterized Kits Distribution, District Shangla & Chitral, KPK Province

April 30th, 2019
District Shangla & Chitral are two most less developed and remotest Districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Both Districts are hilly and mountainous, under-served, poor with inadequate infrastructure and above all prone to multiple hazards including earthquakes, heavy snowfalls, torrential rains, resulting into frequent flash floods, landslides and cloud bursts.
Low priority of government and non-government development agencies has increased the vulnerability of the populations towards natural and human induced disasters. In both the districts, the climate in winter season remains extremely cold in upper parts, which badly disrupts the daily function of life of the communities dwelling in remote parts of the district.  Winters are of long spell and usually a major challenge for local population especially women & children and elderly people.
Qatar Charity implemented its relief project in both the districts Shangla & Chitral (20-21 March) and from (22-26 April) in Shangla, simultaneously. The project was implemented in collaboration with Pakistan ul Mal (Federal level public sector corporate body, under the administrative control of Poverty Alleviation and social Protection Division, Cabinet Secretariat, Government of Pakistan).
The key objective of the project was to fulfil the nutritional needs of the vulnerable population specially women & children) along with enhancing the resilience of local communities towards extreme seasonal vulnerability in disaster prone areas of both the districts.
The beneficiaries of the relief project were identified by following beneficiary selection criteria including; poverty levels of beneficiaries with preference for widows, disables, elderly and female headed households. The beneficiary assessment was done through local office of Pakistan Bait ul Mal in consultation with local workers and social activist. Qatar Charity staff further verified the final beneficiary assessments.
Qatar Charity hired vendors through competitive process and relief packages were transported to far-flung destinations of both the districts through trucks. The over-all distribution process was monitored and supervised by Qatar Charity staff, accompanied by a media team. The distribution process was carried out by a committee, comprising local activists, representative from Pakistan Bait ul Mal and Qatar Charity staff.
The relief package comprise of food items including, wheat flour bag, different type of pulses, sugar, cooking oil, tea bag, dates, energy biscuits and dry milk, while the winterization kit comprised; plastic floor mats, cotton mattresses, polyester pillows, male & female warm shawl and kid sweater. The composition of the relief package was custom designed, keeping in view the needs of the local
Total 3,210 relief packages (Shangla, 2340 & Chitral 870) comprising food baskets & winterization kits were distributed among 1,605 No of beneficiaries (1170 Shangla & 435 Chitral), mostly comprising, widows, female headed households, disabled and elderly
Distribution Summary

S. No

Project Code

Location

No of Beneficiaries

Kit Description

No of Packages

1

199571

Chitral

435

Food Basket

435

Winterization Kit

435

2

200297

Shangla

400

Food Basket

400

Winterization Kit

400

3

202575

Shangla

770

Food Basket

770

Winterization Kit

770

Total

1,605

 

3,210

To enhance smooth implementation of project activities, strong coordination mechanism was developed with local stakeholders and relevant line agencies. The project was implemented in close collaboration with District Government, Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA), Pakistan Bait ul Mal (Federal level public sector corporate body under the administrative control of, Cabinet Secretariat, Government of Pakistan) and District Law enforcement agencies.

The project helped in accessing the most vulnerable segments of the population of both the districts by addressing the nutritional needs and seasonal vulnerability of target population. The relief activity was widely appreciated by the local communities and district governments of both Chitral & Shangla.

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Distribution of Eid Gifts among Orphans in Mansehra

The District Mansehra is one of the twenty sixth districts of Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa province in Pakistan. It is largest district of Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa province by land area. Its Headquarter is Mansehra City.
Mansehra District is located at a distance of estimated 200 kilometers from national capital Islamabad.
The district is divided into three Thesils namely Mansehra, Oghi, and Balakot. The terrain of this district is hilly and rigid. Poverty is rampant in the area and except for the urban centre, the majority of the population is dependent on basic agriculture, daily wages and working in other large cities of the country. 
Due to its rigid terrain, the weather in the winter season remains harsh and extremely cold and makes it difficult for poor inhabitants of the districts  to meet their ends easily.
According to  the 2017 census, the  total population of Mansehra district was 1,556,460 persons.
 According to the Human Development Index of the United Nations Development Program UNDP, the level of human development in Mansehra District medium low.  This district was one among the worst-affected regions in the divesting earthquake of 8 October, 2005 that hit the northern province of Pakistan and Azad Kashmir. Thousands of people lost their lives and resultantly multiple thousands of children were left orphaned.
The effects of the earthquake are still felt in the form of poor infrastructure, poor housing and high dropout rate of children from schools. Such was the scale of the devastating earthquake of 2005 that till this day, thousands of families are compelled to live shanty camps or temporary shelters. Similarly, thousands of children attend schools established in temporary shelters and settlements. The situation of education, nutrition and care for children is need of great attention.   
Mansehra district is prone to disasters like earthquakes, flash floods and landslides. People, mostly women and children, travel six to seven kilometers multiple times a day to fetch drainable water.  
Considering those dire needs, Qatar Charity has adopted this district for its Social Protection Program and data about orphans, widow-headed families and disable persons is being collected.
By the day of this report, Qatar Charity is sponsoring 615 orphans for their nutrition, education and healthcare from Mansehra District. Alongside providing regular stipend to the registered orphans, Qatar Charity has implemented its Eid Gifts intervention in Mansehra District.
A total of 200 Eid Gifts comprising of fine quality stitched clothing and shoes were provide to 200 poorest orphan boys and girls  in Ougi, Mansehra City and Balakot Town.

Filed Supervisor of Qatar Charity Pakistan for Mansehra District and local volunteers and community groups managed the distribution.

The orphans and their families thanked Qatar Charity and the  brethren of the Sate of Qatar for their generous support and sharing the festivities under  the holy auspicious  occasion of Edi ul Fitar  with the needy orphans in Mansehra District.
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Qatar Charity Pakistan, Signs MOU with Pakistan Bait ul Mal

Qatar Charity Pakistan, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), with Pakistan Bait ul Mal, Government of Pakistan, with an agreement to enter into mutual cooperation through initiating different interventions for poor and neediest segment of population.
Mr. Ameen Abul Rahman Country Director, Qatar Charity Pakistan and Mr. Aon Abbas Buppi, Managing Director, Pakistan Bait ul Mal signed the MOU, in prestigious ceremony held at Pakistan Bait ul Mal, Head Quarter, Islamabad on March 14, 2019. Federal Minister of Kashmir Affairs and Giglit-Batistan, Mr. Ali Ameen Ahmed Gandapur was also present during the occasion.
This particular collaboration shall benefit the needy and vulnerable communities across Pakistan by materializing different projects, such as infrastructure development, sustainable livelihood support, emergency response, orphan care and welfare, WASH and providing special support in the form of seasonal projects.
The sole aim of the collaboration is to strengthen partnership with like-minded Government Institutions, with an integrated approach to fill the gaps, subject to availability of funds and resources. The MOU will serve as the umbrella of partnership between both Qatar Charity and Government of Pakistan for in time response, where & when required.
Under the MOU both the QC & Pakistan Bait ul Mal, will ensure the sustainability of the program / projects for long term functionality and translating the benefits to the vulnerable communities of Pakistan.

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Qatar Charity Pakistan in support with the people of State of Qatar constructed and furnished the hostel for orphans in Swat

Pakistan is a disaster-prone country and frequently experiences both natural and human-induced disasters. These often result in substantial human, economic and financial loss. The problem of orphans are acute due to such reasons along with urbanization and industrialization. Caring for Orphan is highly valued both in the other divine inscriptions as well in Islam too stresses to cater for the needs of those deprived. In countries like Pakistan, orphans are categorized extremely vulnerable due to no source of income and protection. In spite of planned development and special provision for accelerated socio-economic development of neglected/disadvantaged sections, the issue of orphans are not properly addressed.
With a mission to mainstream the Orphan in the safe building by providing care, support & protection through shelter, food, and education, Qatar Charity Pakistan in support with the people of State of Qatar and government of Pakistan constructed and furnished the hostel for orphans in Saidu sharif Swat. It is situated North at about 180km from Islamabad in the main city Saidu Sharif of District Swat. This orphanage will facilitate about 100 orphans through these constructed five living rooms for orphans, praying area, dining area, kitchen, admin offices, bathrooms, and play area. The orphanage is handed over with proper finishing to the local organization Khapal Kor Foundation working for these orphans who will be responsible for the education and other facilitation as required. This hostel is constructed on a 365sqm covered area with proper focus made on the building standards to provide sustainable and strong facilities for these orphans.
After its completion, his Excellency Mr. Masood Talib Al.Athbi, Second Secretary, Qatar Embassy was invited for inauguration along with Saleem Rehman Minister of National Assembly, Muhammad Ali shah, District Nazim, Board of Directors of Khapal Kor Foundation and Ameen Abdul Rahman Country Director of QC Pakistan. With an agenda, first the inauguration and a thorough visit was made of the hostel where resident orphans welcomed the honorable guests with flowers and welcome notes. The general presentation regarding hostel and QC work for vulnerable communities in Swat was done by the officials for the guest which were very much appreciated. The formal welcome to the guests was done by the orphans of the Khapal Kor Foundation through recitation from Quran, National anthem, National song and speech. The Country director in the end thanked all of the guests and orphans for their participation and supported QC in quality implementation of their projects for the poorest of poor in Swat. He also promised to continue with the same mission through QC interventions in all part of the country.

The ceremony was concluded with the hopes to continue our support to the orphans of not only the district but the country.

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Qatar Charity Pakistan organized a one day “Educational and Recreational trip” for 400 sponsored Orphans’ of Swat and Muzaffarabad

Social Protection is one of our most prominent program among others. This program is further categorized into orphan care & welfare, family support and students ‘scholarship. Through Social Protection program, our goal is to support the neediest of orphans through financial assistance and provide them with a conducive environment for better nutrition, education and social well-being. Around 6,000 Orphans, Families, Disable and students are benefitting from this support.

With a particular focus over grooming and development of children, Qatar Charity maintains annual activity calendar that aims to educate and sensitize children about their protection, safety, acquire new skills and boost their confidence by taking part in different educational and recreational activities throughout the year. 

In line with this, Social Protection Department Qatar Charity Pakistan Office organized a one day “Educational and Recreational trip” on April 29, 2019 specifically for 400 sponsored Orphans’ of Swat and Muzaffarabad. The objective of the activity is to provide sponsored children a space and chance to participate in different Outdoor games and frivolous activities that will challenge and develop the child’s creativity, imagination, thinking and social skills. It will give children confidence enhance their self-esteem and will let them enjoy some unique time out of their daily routine. Orphan Children from Swat and Muzaffarabad were very excited and thoroughly enjoyed the trip.

The program started with the recitation of Quranic Verses by Orphan Student followed by Naat. International Standard of Hygiene Session was given to the children in which it was advised to all of them to pay special attention to cleanliness and personal hygiene, use soap for washing hands before eating the food, after going to the toilet and when they come home from outside. Hygiene kits and pamphlets were also distributed among the orphans. Each kit consists of soap, shampoo, comb, nail cutter, towel, toothpaste and brush. Later on Children were taken to the entertainment family parks where they played on swings and engaged in various co-curricular activities such as speech competition, quiz competition drawing competition, Frisbee, Tug of War, Sack Race, 100 meters race, Long jump, airing balloons etc. Children also had fun by playing with Dodgem Cars, Oscillators, Slides, and, Train ride. Prizes were given to all the children to cheer them up. Refreshment were distributed among children which they relished and were amused by the surroundings. Children shared their kind thoughts and gratitude to Qatar Charity and the donors who were financially assisting these trips and events for them. Some of the key games played by the kids were;

  • 100 meters race
  • Tug of war
  • Swings
  • Filling a Baloon
  • Musical Chair
  • Care Rae ( Dodgem Cars)

The cleanest children were awarded prizes for their best hygiene condition and cleanliness. In the end, this amazing day came to a close and all the children thanked Qatar Charity for make them jolly in the fine spring weather and said goodbye.

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