To establish a prosperous, peaceful and productive society, FRD is engaged in services delivery both for long term development as well as humanitarian assistance. FRD works with various humanitarian and development actors and also receives support from Individual philanthropists and Public donations. Following is a brief description of our ongoing and completed activities.
'01 November 2010'
Semi-permanent shelter for flood affected population
The monsoon floods of 2010 left millions of people homeless across the country, while the winter season of 2010 further multiplied the problems of these flood affected people. Meanwhile the shelter cluster across the province declared the transitional phase of shelter.
WASH services in Tehsil Tunsa of District Dera Ghazi Khan, Punjab
The monsoon floods of 2010 in Pakistan caused colossal damages to the infrastructure and left millions of people homeless with no resources. As in every emergency the poor hygiene and sanitation and scarcity of clean drinking water cause hundreds of thousands of people to lose their lives to diarrhea and other preventable diseases.
Emergency WASH services for flood affected population settled in various school buildings of District Charsadda
The monsoon floods of 2010 caused thousands of families to leave their homes in District Charsadda and take refuge in various public buildings and spontaneous camps. Congested population in small areas, scarcity of clean drinking water and less awareness about hygiene placed the displaced population at risk for out breaks of diarrhea.
Emergency shelter & NFI (Non Food Items) kits for flood affected population in Union Council Mor Jhangi,Tehsil Tunsa Sharif, District Dera Ghazi Khan
The monsoon floods of 2010 left millions of people in desperate need for shelter. Active presence of FRD in Union Council Mor Jhangi of District Dera Ghazi khan gave an opportunity to FRD team to have an in-depth assessment of the shelter & NFIs need of the vulnerable flood affected population.
Community mobilization for sustainable development (Mohmand Agency FATA)
The not so satisfactory socio-economic status of FATA had been partly a result of the alienation of common people from the development process. The common people always remained aside from the planning and development activities. The deprivation of the common folks from participating in the development of their area is also the result of limited adult franchise which was in vogue in FATA till very recent times.
FRD started its activities as an indigenous organization of FATA with passions of volunteerism. Fortunately a USAID funded program started in FATA namely FATA-CBP (FATA Capacity Building Project). The said Project had a very important component of strengthening of civil society organizations in FATA.
Incorporation of Mohmand General Hospital, Mohmand Agency
Mohmand Agency is one of the 7 tribal agencies that comprise the FATA, one of the most backward areas of the country. The health services delivery system in Mohmand Agency has never been very good at catering all the services and as a result majority of the patients had always to travel to Peshawar for treatment and investigation of diseases.