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Distribution of Food and Drinking Water to Flood affected People in Districts Badin & MirpurKhas (Sindh Province) - 2011
Massive flooding in Pakistan affected over 6.3million people, about 1.2 million homes washed away and displaced hundreds of thousands of people mostly in Sindh and Balochistan. New World Hope Organization is the first NGO among the humanitarian agencies, who started its response to flood affected communities in Sindh Province. NWHO provided water purification tablets to 500 families and food bags and hygiene kits distributed to 300 families in Sindh Province. The food baskets contained: 3 kg rice, 1 kg tea , 2 Liter vegetable oil for cooking, 2.5 kg sugar, 2 kg beans, 2 boxes cheese triangles, 3 kg chickpeas, 1 bag lettuce, 1 macaroni bag, 1 kg milk powder.
Hygiene Kits distribution- 2010
The Pakistan floods began on the 29th July 2010 resulting from heavy monsoon rains in the Kyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, Punjab and Balochistan. Flood waters covered one fifth of Pakistan’s land area, affected approximately 20 million people, destroyed or damaged nearly 1.1 million homes and at least 436 health care facilities were destroyed. NWHO in cooperation with its partners distributed 500 hygiene kits to the 500 flood affected families In order to improve their living conditions.
Distribution of women shawls to flood affected families in Charsadda (KPK )
In response to the tragic humanitarian disaster, New World Hope Organization distributed 500 women shawls to the 500 flood affected women in Village Shabara ( KPK).
New World Hope Organization Flood Relief Operation 2010
In a response to people need in flood 2010, NWHO implemented numerous projects to help flood survivors and distributed cooked food packets & mineral water during flood among the flood affectees 2010
Rapid assessment during flood affected areas - 2011
Village Sartaj Abad, Yousaf Abad and Masjidnowshera Kalan (District Nowshera)
Village Bela Korona And Mahajar Camps, (PABBI )
Village Kheshgi , Charsada City (District Charsada)
Emergency Assistance to Flood Affected Families in Nowshera-Pakistan - 2010
According to the UN, the Pakistan floods have affected more people than the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, the 2005 Pakistan earthquake, and the 2010 Haiti earthquake combined. NWHO started relief work and after the proper survey and selection of most flood affected people, NWHO distributed non food items(total 37 items) to 120 families (approximately 840 beneficiaries) in Nowshera (Mishaq Village) in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Priority was given to those families (female headed households, widows, orphans and the disabled) who lost their houses and their income activities in floods. The local community, elders and other stakeholders involved in the selection process through the formation of community support groups.
Assessment process- Meeting with CBOs (Regarding Distribution)- Finding out the most deserving beneficiary according to the criteria set by the SVA “donor” and NWHO “implementing partner”& Distribution of Tokens to selected families