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Profile of Sindh Development Organization (S.D.

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Background of operational area of Sindh Development Organization: .1 Introduction: Sindh Development Organization has got its existence by a group of young and energetic professionals; with their young companion Mr. Munir Ahmed Buriro in order to play a vital role for overall development and sustainable change. The registration of Sindh Development Organization was done under Society Act of XXI 1860, with the registration Number 591. As soon as the registration was done in October, the organization embarked upon an ambitious program aimed top provide knowledge about quality education, skill development, vocational trainings, seminars, workshops, interactive theaters particularly to the women and children. Subsequently micro credit facilities were also extended to the deprived rural communities incapable of meeting to their basic needs, with most of the focus on vulnerable communities of flood affected. Vision: To work for sustainable development and change the lives of rural communities through social mobilization, advocacy and client centered approach. Mission: The mission of Sindh Development Organization is to make people realized of their issues/ Problems and solutions of the same by themselves, with specific focus on health awareness by arranging medical camps, poverty alleviation through micro credit programs, arranging campaigns to deter women violence and gender based crimes. Objectives:
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Introduction of village systems of Operational area in villages of Sindh. Youth empowerment by education & skill development. Development of health conditions by prevention of various infections like, HIV/AIDS, Malaria, Bird flu, T.B, and general problems of health. Education empowerment of children especially MARA (Most at Risk Adolescents) & EVA (Especially vulnerable adolescents). Women empowerment b formal and non formal education, skill development and providing knowledge about domestic violence, their basic rights, and establishment of small industries. Poverty alleviation by providing microfinance facility to rural and sub-urban areas. Environmental protection by various campaigns of mass mobilization provide clean water through Hand pumps and Motor Tube etc Support in Education (stationaryTeachersetc)

Sindh Development Organization areas of intervention: Sindh Development Organization is working in following districts of Sindh province of Pakistan.

Shikarpur Near by Agha Khan Laboratory station Road Shikarpur. 1st Family Line Jacobabad.

Facilities: Sindh Development Organization has acquired the following facilities for undertaking various development programs: A well equipped building of head office at District Shikarpur. Efficient qualified and experienced staff. Field units at Thull, Jacobabad, Garhi khairo, Garhi Yasin, Shikarpur. Khanpur, Lakhi IT equipment-computers, printers, scanners and digital cameras Training equipment Training hall Vehicles

Sindh Development Organization is a non-governmental, non-profitable, non-religious, nonpolitical organization, working for betterment of human life since 2011. It is registered under Directorate of Social Welfare under Registration No. PCSW (S) (591) in year 2011. Audit Reports: Sindh Development Organization maintains its accounts in the standard format and makes these transparent and opens the public inspection. It has appointed auditor. Employment: The permanent staff position is as under. Sindh Development Organization gives opportunities to youngsters, fresh graduates and skilled people in their short term assignments / projects. It has an efficient team of civil engineers, chemists, social organizers, managers and master trainers. Sindh Development Organization Programs. However we also performed part time job describing your Honors Your

Head Office: Chief Executive Officer Program Manager Manager Finance & Accountants MIS Officer Support Staff Distracts Offices: District In charge Social Mobilizer (Male Female) Support Staff Others Volunteers: Male from all over the province Females from all over the province Total 1. 2. 3.

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Social Mobilization and Community Empowerment (Community motivation, mobilization, trainings, workshops, seminars, learning tours) Community Physical Infrastructure (Drinking water, Cattle Farming, Distribution of agricultural equipments, Tree plantation, Wells). Social Services (Preventive health care, TBAs training, advocacy on HIVAIDS, health hygiene promotion, adult literacy, vocational center, Medical camps, Interactive & street based theaters) Environment and Conservation of Natural Resources (Up gradation of environment, advocacy for conservation water and land resources, development of livestock) MONITORING, Evaluation & Research (Project and program monitoring, evaluation and development research)

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ORGANOGRAM
SINDH DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION CHART

Muneer Ahmed Buriro Chairman

Executive Committee Member

Ms: Sanam Malano General Secretary

Ms: Saima Bhutto Treasurer

Mr. Anwar Buriro CEO

Rahib Ali Mirani Program Manager

Dist: In charges

Field Team Social Mobilizer

Achievements: Social Mobilization: Support from Philanthropic (Sind Development Organization) Formed 23 male and 19 female Community Organizations (COs), total membership of COs: 1985 (970 males; 445 females) in Shikarpur and Jacobabad Districts.

No of Beneficiaries

2,836

Community Empowerment with detail as under: (1) Trainings for capacity building, Community Hygiene, HIV AIDS, Financial Management, Effective communication and project management under various projects in various Districts:

Organizational management 11 training Poverty alleviation 11 training Social Mobilization 11 training Project management and coordination 03 training Monitoring & Evaluation 05 training Effective communication 11 training Volunteers Trainings 05

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Training Workshop Organizational Management and Learning Tours:

The following training workshops and learning tours were organized with the support of various donors: . (3) Community Physical Infrastructure:

Under education, literacy and awareness program various areas including coastal Area Development Program the following schemes have been implemented in Jacobabad, Shikarpur, and 02 District in Sindh. Poverty Alleviation Schemes Interactive Theaters for awareness on epidemic diseases. (4) (1) Social Services Health and Education: Agriculture, Environment, Water and Sanitation

Sindh Development Organization created a awareness in masses of District Jacobabad, Shikarpur, regarding getting more empowerment in field of agriculture and water sanitation. For this we are providing maximum funds as loan for cultivation of various crops in respective areas.

Health Initiatives:

Sindh Development Organization has arranged a number of free camps to provide free medical facility to the epidemic of various sufferings. Sindh Development Organization have arranged various interactive and street based theaters to create awareness on various epidemics like, HIV/AIDS, Malaria, Hepatitis B.C, T.B and diarrhea. Awareness Campaign: Methodology Distributed the pamphlets Mobilization meetings with community people, teachers, and parents. PMC members are playing vital role to increase the enrollment.

Health and Education: Preventive Health: Trainings: Sindh Development Organization has provided 7 trainings on Reproductive health with the collaboration of Green Stars social Marketing and Marie Stops Society. HIV/AIDS Awareness Campaigns Sindh Development Organization is working with various NGOs as supporter organization in Pakistan HIV/AIDS Prevention & Care project in Karachi to aware the High Risk Groups particularly High Risk Youth. We are providing all social & technical services to the target group with the establishment of youth friendly center in orange town No.5. 5. Environment and Conservation of natural Resources: (Up-gradation of environment, advocacy for conservation water and land resources, development of livestock) Monitoring, Evaluation & Research: (Project and program monitoring, evaluation and development research)

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7. Participation in Civil Society: Sindh Development Organization participates from grass roots level to large forums for the promotion of human rights, women rights. Sindh Development Organization Trustees participate on various forums and share their view on the issues at various TV channels. 8. Development Partners: Government of Pakistan Government of Sindh Women Industrial Social & Education Society Public Private Partnership Based.

9. Linkages: Community development department (CDD) Cultural and Tourism Department Government of Sindh National Counsel of Social Welfare Muslim Charity (UK)

Address of Head Office of Sindh Development Organization SHIKARPUR Name of Chairman: Mr. Muneer Ahmed Buriro Sindh Development Organization Office, Near Agha Khan Lab, Station road, Shikarpur. Contact No. +00923052385707 1. The Situation Analysis: The population of the district is scattered in many village sand little towns situated in remote and far-flung areas and most of the population depends upon agriculture and cattle farming. The agriculture and cattle farming is mostly dependant on the rainfall which is very scarce in this part and this factor very much affects the livelihood of the people of this area. The population of these areas mostly belongs to the very poor and disadvantaged class confronting with many socio economic issues relating to livelihood. According to UN World Food Report, 95% of the population lives in rural areas out of which 85% depend on livestock rearing and subsistence agriculture. However over last 18 years there have been 11 droughts which have badly affected peoples lives as it is tied up with livestock and subsistence agriculture. The droughts renders both the livestock and agriculture unproductive as fodder become unavailable and land become useless due to shortage of water. 85% of the poor households who depend on these rains dependent resources utterly suffer and their position become seriously deplorable. These people then resort to migration in search of food, fodder and work or take up other roles (like engage children in earning activities like carpets, hotels, shoe shining, and water carrier and so on). 90% of the people live below poverty line. These are those people who cannot afford the basic necessities of life such as food, clothing, education and health service. They eat little and non nutritious food daily which force them to suffer from malnutrition problems particularly the growing children, lactating and pregnant mothers. As a result of the prevailing situation 75% of the people of Jacobabad, Shikarpur, Shahdadkot remain illiterate, under nourished, unhealthy, economically weak, and politically unaware and environmentally unconscious. There is lack of resources to be socio economically self reliant community. The irony of the situation is that the state alone cannot take entire responsibility to provide social services and livelihood means to the people. Keeping in view the adverse situation and gigantic task, the need has been felt that the intervention of the condors be sought through public private partnership to combat the situation. Recently the Organization field staff visited some villages of the Jacobabad, Shikarpur, Shahdadkot District and collected information about the living conditions of people. During

the random survey, village people mentioned many of their problems relating to living conditions, clean and safe drinking water, unhealthy environment of sanitation, health and education etc. keeping in view the present circumstances, The Organization and community people felt that there is dire need to design a special project for the people of this area to highlight and address the core issues of community. Following problems were identified and needed to be addressed on priority basis: 1. Unavailability of clean safe and sweet drinking water. 2. Ignorance of proper sanitation and health due to not having sufficient awareness of Sindh Development Organization at Community. 2. Problem Identification & Reason of its Selection 2.1 Unavailability of Clean Drinking Water: According to national Statistics 45% of rural people drink safe & Sweet water. However in lower Sindh the percentage is 15 to 25%. Due to the consecutive droughts ground water has become rapidly salty and not viable to drink. People are dependent on brackish drinking water from wells and contaminated water of rain water harvesting ponds. As 90% villages lack sanitation facilities, human faces also mix with water of rain water harvesting ponds, which the cattle and people drink. The villagers drink the milk of the cattle and that is how human faces find their way into the human food cycle. This is dangerous for health and diseases like typhoid, gastritis and diarrhea become a potential threat. The importance of drinking clean water and the bio sand water filter would be provided in each village. In each village a TOT on bio sand water filter construction would conducted so that the villagers can make and maintain the filters them selves. Bio sand water filter BSWF material would be provided on subsidized rates to the villagers. Sindh Development Organization has extensive experience on the BSWF and has around 1,000 families using it at the house hold level. The BSWF has the capacity to remove 98% of harmful bacteria from contaminated water. 2.2 Ignorance of Proper Sanitation and Health & Hygiene Practices: People in the rural areas use open space as latrines which also contribute to the spread of communicable diseases. Many deadly diseases like hepatitis are spreading rapidly and causing severe damage to health of the rural communities from which they are unaware. Provision of Latrines in the target areas will give them hygienic environment, mobilization and awareness trainings will also enhance their information about health and preventive measures. Before the latrines are provided the communities would be made aware of dangers of using open space as latrine. The Organization has extensive experience in Latrines and building Pit latrines. Latrines would be built after three months of the initial awareness activity. The awareness raising topics would be on clean lines and hygiene, and training would be provided how to maintain the latrines (both in community & schools). The Organization has got the ample experience of construction of different types of latrines. One is the double pit latrines, which is low cost and easy to promote and convince village community to build at their land or homes; they can also replicate it one they know about the importance of hygiene. Training through social mobilizers and master trainers will be provided to the community about the importance and awareness of this very important issue of sanitation and they will also be trained that how to make and maintain the latrine.

3. Involvement of other Stakeholders: The communities have some elders, notables, elected representatives and government officials who have their say and are willing to contribute in this project; will be motivated to ensure their participation in all activities. These communities are gifted with many talents; some are masons and willing to work voluntarily during construction of water tanks and in installation of hand pumps and latrines. Women will contribute in project by participating in Gender and Primary Health Trainings; they will also form their village Women Committee which provides them chance to flourish on their own. The government Organizations will cooperate with community and the Organization and they will ensure and provide their technical and governmental support in this project. The Organization has held meetings with the government Health and Education Departments and shared this project with them and they assured that they will fully support it. As The Organization has good relations with the District Government Jacobabad, Shikarpur, Shahdadkot and Government Health & Education Departments, hence it will advocate that the targeted villages will be provided support and cooperation in achieving the objectives of the project amicably for the legitimate benefit of deprived people and masses. These practices will highly support the project activities for healthy environment in project area. 4. Project Objectives and Activities:
1. To support poor household in getting accessibility of clean and safe sweet drinking

water and sanitation facilities (Latrines) for improving their health through implementation of community physical infrastructure in 02 district Jacobabad, Shikarpur, in one year. 2. Sanitation (latrines) to improve Health & Living Standards in One Year. Following activities will be conducted to achieve Objective 01. Construction of Household Latrines (Annex B): People in the rural areas use open space as latrines which also contribute to the spread of communicable diseases. Many diseases are spreading rapidly and causing severe damage to health of the rural communities from which they are unaware. Provision of Latrines in the target areas will give them hygienic environment and mobilization and awareness for its use will enhance health and preventive measures. Before the latrines are provided the communities would be made aware of dangers of using open defecation. The Organization has extensive experience in building Latrines. latrines could be built after three months of initial awareness activity (Latrines) Awareness Sessions in each Village). The awareness sessions raising topics would be on cleanliness and hygiene, and training would be provided how to maintain the latrines. Under this project, poor households will be helped to build one Pit Latrine each to adopt proper practices of Hygiene. Following activities will be conducted to achieve Objective 02.

Capacity Building Trainings of Sindh Development Organization:

Under the project implementation Plan, The Organization will have the responsibility to build the community capacity through organized COs for proper implementation of Project and sustainability. This will be seen as a community empowerment initiative leading to community self reliance and sustainability of the community development projects. The Cos will have the capacity to implement project activities with Sindh Development Organization and manage it according to proper tools and techniques. Quality education projects, village health system, natural resource management, livelihood projects such as natural resource based poverty reduction project model. 25 Community Mobilization Sessions of Latrines: The field terms of Sindh Development Organization will make regular visits of all selected villages will arrange Sindh Development Organization mobilization Session with male and female groups at village level, and give awareness regarding hazards of Open Defecation and its proper mitigation. The village community would be aware about the benefits of Sindh Development Organization and know the use of community pit latrines. For this purpose, the field team will produce Health & Hygiene Education manual and Visual Aids to facilitate effective knowledge transfer to the community. 5. Impact and Sustainability: The capacity of the community will be enhance with suitable awareness about the importance of safe and clean sweet drinking water and the hazards of improper sanitation environment. Availability of safe and clean sweet water fro drinking purpose will been sure with sufficient storage. The community will be practicing hygienic methods in their routine life (both in community & schools). Usage of sweet drinking water and pit latrines will directly have an effect on their health. Capacity building of community through trainings and mobilization sessions such as Primary Health Care (Latrines) also adds to the sustainability of project. 6.1 Project Approach and Justification: The Organization has been working in the area for last 01 years and with its vast experience it has developed an integrated community health model through proper emplementation of Health & Hygiene Practices. This model not only addresses the immediate needs of the community for maintaining hygienic environment but also ensures log term socioeconomic sustainability with holistic approach. The formation of community into Sindh Development Organization not only brings the community socially together but ensures economic sustainability through opportunities of small business. By focusing on water and sanitation the health of men, women and children can be ensured as improved and it will save them from spending their money on the treatment of diseases. If we want community to come out of its current situation then all aspects of health & hygiene need to be taken into consideration. This project also makes sure that community will participate fully in all the activities by contributing in kind, financially and manual labour. By taking active part the community becomes responsible and takes complete ownership of the assets.

8.1 Millennium Development Goals: The Programme helps in achieving MDG 1, 2, 5, and 6. Goal 1: By Formation of COs and starting saving and small business activities families will be able to improve their living slandered and come out of poverty. Goal 3: By building the capacities of women and organization those in groups, their status within the community will be enhanced. Goal 5 and 6: By providing health& hygiene awareness (Latrine) and provision of sweet & clean drinking water the general health will improve. Communities will be aware about different diseases such as Gestor, Diarrheal, Typhoid, and Hepatitis and will be able to take timely action. 6.2 Selection of Villages: Most of the villages of the targeted area are those that were affected by Drought in 2011 and Sindh Development Organization actively remained involved in relief activities for the affected people. The project will be launched in the 02 Districts Shikarpur, Jacobabad at the start of the project a detailed household baseline survey (knowledge, Attitude and Practices Survey) will be conducted to ascertain the living conditions of the families and only those villages where people are living below the poverty line and lacking the required facilities as per project proposal will be selected. This baseline survey would be used on completion of the project cycle to evaluate the impact of the project activities in the villages and also to over see that what changes ahs been brought in the living standards of the targeted communities and people. The project will address the problems by mobilizing community and giving them appropriate familiarity of specific measures of hygiene that can make a difference in their life. Trainings, haring of views, participation in project activities, responsibilities and awareness will create sense of healthy living in them. In the end of project people will be having positive change in their routine life. The community is eager to bring change in their customized lives and willing to learn and participate in activities during project execution. Therefore the proposed project has been designed by considering the feedback of community and recommendations made by Sindh Development Organization field staff. Since Sindh Development Organization is already working in the targeted area and has got the basic and relevant information about the communities and households, hence meetings will be held with the communities to discuss their present situation, identifying the needs and problems with suggestions of appropriate measures and solution. 6.3 Criteria to select villages: Villages with improper facilities of disposal of human waster / residue. Communities compelled to drink the brackish underground water and contaminated rain water available in natural ponds and unable to make necessary arrangements for purification of drinking water. People or localities with general complain of diarrhea and water born diseases caused by open defecation and water contamination. Villages without any communal groups or COs Communities or household who are exploited by moneylenders and landlords. People who have negligible representation to the government Sectors. Drought and calamity affected areas / villages declared by the government. The project team will mainly focus the integration of the community by forming COs in the villages that will beheld responsible for further activities secondly the team will ensure the good understanding and strong relationship with the community. This will affect their

working with poor villagers and the community it self feel liberty to share their views and ideas. 8.4 Implementation and Management. The project will be managed by the Sindh Development Organization Respective Health Department and the organization. During the implementation, our field staff will implement and supervise the project together. Sindh Development Organization prepares progress reports, and submits to all stakeholders including the Public-Private Partnership Unit (Donor). 80% poor women and people would get sweet drinking water and sanitation facilities to improve living standards and vigorous health through proposed project by The Organization. Approximately 850people including women and school going childrens of villages will directly benefit from the activities of this project. It is also anticipated that there will be 400 indirect beneficiaries of the program. Sindh Development Organization is quite familiar with the areas in which the program will be conducted. The Organization has very good reputation among the people of target areas as it has been working there since 2011. However, in order to avoid any risks and damages to the project, location. The field staff will respond appropriately if there is a deterioration of the security situation. 7. Monitoring & Performance Measurement: The Organization is association with the implementing partners will be responsible for monitoring, reviewing and reporting of the progress of the program. Monitoring will be conducted through periodic meetings, field visits, communication, surveys, regular narrative, and financial reports. The following activities will be monitored by both The Organization and project beneficiaries: The extent to which the objectives of the project are being/have been accomplished. The involvement by the community and recommendations for future programs. Direct and indirect benefits have been going to the community of this project. Future needs for the communities as identified by the community.