Success Stories Our activities and the way we do, change the quality of life of under privileged segments of the society. We manage resources effectively and efficiently to serve best interests of our beneficiaries. Here are a few examples of how our activities give hope of a better tomorrow.
- '31 December 2011'
Living with Confidence Gul Marai is about sixty years old, living with her sole insane son in village Sharab Kor, about 80 km away from Peshawar, of Tehsil Safi, district Mohmand Agency having only one room in the world which was near to fall.But now she has secure life.
- '30 December 2011'
Back To Life Taj mohammad who lived in broken home with broken spinal cord that completely push him to the darkness is bounced back to life. Though he was paralyzed but FRD enable him to stand by having own home.
- '15 December 2011'
FRD Made It Happen To Live Again In Complete Home Janat Mian a PSN Returned IDP, belong to Chinari of Tehsil Safi, Mohmand Agency. Whose wife died during the period they lived in a camp. After return He and his son the two disables, with two other children had no choice but to live in half covered roof room is assessed by FRD to rebuild their home. “My dream became true and now I am sitting in my own room, it is a complete room” Words of Janat Mian
- '30 November 2011'
From state of desperation to smilesChildren seen smiling in various villages of Tehsil Safi in Mohmand Agency were not smiling like this just a few months ago. The conflict situation in Tehsil Safi of Mohmand Agency disrupted life for a long time. FRD in partnership with UNHCR was the 1st organization to provide relief to the returnee IDPs in the severely conflict affected area through provision of shelter repair kit.
- '01 July 2011'
Re-gain Hope Dost Mohammad, a 60 year old man among many returnee IDPs in South Waziristan Agency regain hope. "We are so happy that you helped us in reconstrction" words of Dost Mohammad
- '15 May 2011'
Having the dignity of own home for the 1st time in the life of a family. FRD continue to spread smiles on the faces of the vulnerable flood population who dont have enough resources to reconstruct their houses.
- '01 May 2011'
Mumlikat Bibi lost her home and husband in monsoon floods of 2010 but not her hope and courage Mumlikat Bibi is a courageous woman she says "though I am widow but I am not going to give up my courage, I have to support my kids, I am thankful to FRD, they have helped us build our house, they have also guided us on collective planning for our village, our villagers are also so cooperative. In such situations this is not only about assistance, this is about the care and respect to keep our dignity, thank you all people who have supported us in our hard times".