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Visit to Charsadda- Drabb Majoke & fakiraabad Majoke

The Vision21 team visited Mera Prang Camp in Charsadda, last sunday Oct 10th 2010, to distribute food rations to our identified clusters, the displaced families of Drabb Majoke and Fakirabad majoke villages.

The team consisted of 6 people. We had earlier visited the villages in September for the assessment and planned to distribute the dry ration packs to the affectees, as they had told us that food was their main concern. We had taken with us the dry ration packs containing the supplies for one month for 200 families. We also donated 500 bottles of IV solution in two Ummah welfare trust relief camps, that are set up in the local paper mill, and the degree college Charsadda.

In addition, we planned to register the displaced families, so that we may involve them in our future efforts for rehabilitation and relief more systematically.

In our previous conversations with the flood affectees, we knew that most of the people in that area earned their livelihood from labor, farming and livestock. The women worked as house mates and they sold cow milk, mustard oil and pickle. Almost all the inhabitants of the Drab majoke and Fakirabad majoke had lost their houses and their belongings in the floods. Read more

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Vision 21 is Pakistan based non-profit, non- party Socio-Political organisation. We work through research and advocacy for developing and improving Human Capital, by focusing on Poverty and Misery Alleviation, Rights Awareness, Human Dignity, Women empowerment and Justice as a right and obligation. We act to promote and actively seek Human well-being and happiness by working side by side with the deprived and have-nots.

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