Sewa DTS: Funding and Projects
How We Are Financed
UNOCHA - Emergency Response Fund - ERF
Transitional Shelters and NFIs
Sewa development Trust Sindh with financial support from UNOCHA under Emergency Response Fund-ERF provided Transitional Shelter Support and distribution of winterization NFIs in union council Jamali.
The selected UC Jamali Tehsil Shahdadkot of district Qambar Shahdadkot have been under-water and badly affected by the recent flood, according to statistics more than 28,025 people affected and...
Aurat Foundation and USAID
Gender Equity Program (Women's Land Rights)
Sewa development Trust Sindh with financial support from Aurat Foundation and USAID under Gender Equity Program implementing women land rights project in five districts of northeren Sindh province.
The women especially female headed households are the vulnerable groups; they face violence and gender discriminations at the all level. It is important to know these groups about their rights and get necessary support from the government agencies as per priority....
Canadian High Commission - Canadian Fund for Local Initiative - CFLI
Agricultural Input for Early Recovery
Sewa development Trust Sindh with financial support from Canadian High Commission under Canadian Fund for Local Initiative - CFLI - provided Agricultural Support and distribution of Vegitable Seed, Fertilizer and toolkit in union council Agra and Ripri tehsil Gambat district Khairpur.
The selected UC Agra and Ripri Tehsil Gambat of district Khairpur have been totally under-water and badly affected by the recent flood, more than 10500 people affected and 1200 house-holds damaged and 82% of the standing crops have been destroyed.... Read More
South Asia Partnership Pakistan and European Commission
Non-formal Basic Education Schools Program
Sewa Trust has started a Community Health Care Program (CHCP) for village Kajlo Katohar, Taluka Kotdiji, District Khairpur under project code RSDP-4 with the financial support of the South Asia Partnership Pakistan & the European Commission.
International Organization for Migrants
Sewa Development Trust Sindh (SDTS) is an implementing partner of International Organization for Migrants (IOM) under One-Room Shelter (ORS) Phase-III Program implementing in union council Dilawar Hussain districts Mirpurkhas of Sindh province.
With the financial support from IOM, SDTS is involved in the monitoring and mobilizing of 500 ORS.
We also rely on the generosity of private donors.
What We Do
Sewa Development Trust Sindh implements humanitarian and development activities across Sindh through the following four program: Disaster Response Program (DRP), Social Development Program (SDP), Capacity Building Program (CBP) and Volunteer Development Program (VDP).
SDTS is working in the Sindh province of Pakistan which is located close to the Arabian Sea, and its main fresh water source is the Indus River. Due to a heavy monsoon season, Pakistan experienced the worst floods in its history, with heavy rainfall and flash floods.
The floods have affected 78 districts in Pakistan, and more than 20 million people have been affected. In Sindh, 19 districts with a population of more than 7 million people have been affected.
We started early recovery of the flood-affected women through agricultural support, to 1000 women-headed households. The women-headed households get seed, fertilizer and agricultural implements (tool kits).
Also, we provided health and hygiene support to the 1500 flood-affected, internally displaced people (IDP) through distribution of soap bars and jerry cans, and dissemination of personal hygiene awareness posters/leaflets among children and women.
SDTS has vast experience in providing flood support relief.
In the 2005 and 2010 flood devastations, SDTS actively provided relief support to 21,000 persons including women and children and provided 1,000 Emergency Tents, 100 Pit Latrines, 1000 Hygiene Kits, 7000 bars of washing soap, 2,000 jerry cans, 3,000 blankets, sweaters, caps and shawls, and established four tent camps of 900 families with camp coordination and camp management facilities.
Flood Relief Appeal
If you would like to make a donation to SDTS so that we may assist flood-affected families who need shelter, medicine, food, blankets, etc., please see our Flood Relief Appeal.
Non-Formal Basic Education Schools Program
The establishment of 37 Non-Formal community Schools and enhancement existing schools by providing teaching Aid and literacy material to poor and illiterate as well as dropout students of the area.
Women's Skills Development
Sewa established a Vocational Training Centre for Women at Muhalla Nizamani Khairpur to built Skill & Professional Training in the women. 250 women have been trained and 30 trainees are getting training of sewing, stitching and Embroidery work on machines and Hand. Every six months new badge for training admitted for further next six months training.
- Establishment of one Women Vocational Training Centre
- Establishment and Construction of Mother and Child Health (MCH) Centre
- Establishment of 37 Non Formal Basic Education School
- Establishment of a Library / Resource Centre
- Opening/Establishment of 37 Non-Formal Basic Education Schools.
- Provided text Books Class-I to Class-V free of cost to 1461 students
- 677 children got immunization (0-5)
- 2183 male 4223 female (6406) got clinical facilities.
- 3 Medical Camps organized 507 patients benefited.
- 349 people benefited in 08 Health Education Workshops.
- 227 women benefited through group formation.
- 967 male 233 female (1200) people participated in Democracy and Human Rights activities.
- 237 women trained in Sewing, Cutting, Embroidery and Fabric Printing Skills through Vocational training centre.
- 589 boys 891 Girls are enrolled in NFBE Schools 321 passed class-V examination
Our Coalition Partners
- The White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood
- Habitat International Coalition
- End Water Poverty
- The Safeworld International Foundation
Our Local Partners
Roshni Tarqiyati Tanzeem Ghotki
30th February 2011: With the collaboration & support of SDTS on title “Violence against Women” at DC High School, Ghotki.
16 women and 56 men attended the seminar. Chaired by Mr. Ali Dost, Ujan (Deputy District Officer Community development Department Ghotki).
Shah Latif Social Welfare Association Rohri. district Sukkur
22nd May 2011: With support of SDTS organised a workshop on “Women’s Property and Land Rights” at Shah Latif Computer center Memon Mohalla Rohri.
43 women and men attended the workshop, including teachers, social activists, representatives of civil society and government officials. Chief guest was former Union Council Nazim Rohri Mr. Shakeel Umar Memon
Gul Rural Development Organization, district Ghotki
24th May 2011: With the collatoration of SDTS organized a seminar on “Women in the Light of Religious Society” at Mehran Club, Library Hall Mirpur Mathelo.
99 participants attended the seminar.
Change Foundation (CF) Ghotki
25th May 2011: In collaboration with SDTS organised a seminar on “Women’s Property and Land Rights” at shaheed Rani Benazir Bhutto Gymkhana Ghotki.
65 participants atended the seminar.
Insaniat Social Welfare Organization, Larkana
27th May 2011: With support of SDTS organised a workshop on "Women Rights” at village Mohammad Uris Union Council Purano Abad Taluka Bakrani District Larkana.
74 participants attended the workshop. Mr. Sher Ali Kalhoro and Mohammad Uris Kalhoro delivered speeches.
Shah Latif Education and Development Organization, district Ghotki.
28th May 2011: With support of SDTS organised a one day seminar on “Gender Base Violence” at Taluka Council Hall Pano Aqil.
40 women and men attended the seminar including teacher’s, social activists and journalists. Guest of honour was Hafiz Rafique Ahmed Soomro.
Marvi Welfare Association Pano Akil, district Sukkur
28th May 2011: With support of SDTS organised a seminar on “Women’s Property Rights” with the at Press Club Pano Akil district Sukkur.
40 participants attended the seminar.
Sachal Youth Forum Khairpur
29th May 2011: With support from SDTS organised a dialogue program on "Women Land Rights” at press club Khairpur.
50 women and men attended the program.
Al-Madina Social Welfare Organization, district Larkana
31st May 2011: With support from SDTS jointly organised a seminar under the title of “women Rights and Human Rights" at Al-Madina Office Larkana.
60 participants attended.
Hwa Foundation Ghotki
4th June 2011: With support from SDTS organised a seminar on “Women’s Property Rights” at Prince Hotel Ghotki.
Chief guest was Molvi: Qamaruddin Kolachi. Speakers demanded equal rights for the women in Pakistan.
Community Development Network, district Larkana
7th June 2011: With collaboration and support from SDTS organised a seminar on “Orientation on Gender Equity Program” at village Sher Mohammad Brohi.
116 participants attended the workshop. 95% were women and 5% were men.
Dost Welfare Organization
12th June 2011: With the collaboration of SDTS organised a seminar on “Women’s Property Rights” at Insan Dost Office Kembar ShahdadKot.
5 women and 40 men participants attended the seminar. Presided by Dad Mohammad Shaikh, Chairman Jagarta Welfare Development Organization.
Wattan Development Organization, district Khairpur
19th June 2011: With support of SDTS a seminar was organised on “Women’s Property Rights and Gender Based Violence” with support from Sewa at WADO Office Gambat.
Kainat Social Development Organization, district Larkana
24th June 2011: With support from SDTS a seminar was organised on “Women’s Land Rights" organized at Government Primary School Rato Dero Larkana.
Community Development Network, district Qambar Shadadkot
27th June 2011: In collaboration with SDTS organised a seminar on “Women Land Rights and Gender Based Violence" at Warrah.
Liberal Social Welfare Association Warah
27th June 2011: In collaboration with SDTS organised a workshop on “Women Land Rights” by Liberal Social Welfare Association Warah at Kembar ShahdadKot.
46 participants attended the seminar.
Agriculture and Livestock Development Association, Khairpur
30th June 2011: With support from SDTS organised a workshop on "Women's Land Rights" at village Khuda Bux Jalbani union council Kot Mir Mohammad Taluka Kingri district Khairpur.
73 participants attended the workshop. Presided by Chair of SDTS, Ms Amber Balouch.
Volunteer Services Overseas (VSO), Islamabad
October 2011: SDTS participated in a "A Course of Volunteer Management System" organized by Volunteer Services Overseas (VSO) in Islamabad.
Many participants from different organizations across the country participated.
20th November 2011: In the follow-up of that action plan, SDTS organized a seminar on "Promotion of Volunteerism” in KFC Hall, Sukkur.
A total of 30 participants from different youth groups attended the seminar. Mr. Riaz Manglo, SDTS Manager of Finance (SDTS), shared his volunteering experience at Global Xchange visit and his experience of leading the Sachal Youth Forum since 2007.