South Asia Partnership Pakistan
Alleviate sufferings of the disaster affected people
Provide affected people with relief, early recovery and rehabilitation services/initiatives and facilitate them in linking them with other support channels and programs
SAP-PK for the past ten years generally and since super floods hit Pakistan in October 2010, particularly, has contributed to alleviate sufferings of the disaster affected people. We have conducted rapid assessments, developed relief and rehabilitation programs and undertook evaluations for improvement and long-term planning, especially for women, who by all standards, are always the worst sufferers. Generally since it is a fact known to everyone that majority of the people affected by the disasters is poorest of the poor, therefore poor communities are our fundamental focus. We have raised funds for several organizations also to undertake similar operations.
Benefitting more than 100,000 families
Engage and mobilize community-based networks and civil society organizations advocating restructuring the state institutions and policies.
Input support to 5,000 families
Improve the efficiency of ongoing relief and rehabilitation programs through implementing an efficient monitoring system
We would not have even crossed the first barrier if not had been guided and encouraged by hundreds of supporters living in a vulnerable situation.
We are making some progress by spreading knowledge not only to a restricted population in urban areas but we have tried to reach out to the far-flung areas where people are the victims of disasters.
By making women, transgenders, minorities, youth, and other sections of the marginalized society, politically active, SAP-Pk has played a vital role in implementing the democratic system
If we women can run the house, why can't we run the country? We will make our own political decisions.