Humanitarian Response

Pakistan being a disaster-prone country is vulnerable to both natural and human induced disasters. The most frequent hazards include floods and droughts throughout the country, earthquakes and, global food and farm input prices. The most affected sector by these hazards is agriculture, in particular the smallholders farming communities, as was demonstrated by the most recent disasters to affect Pakistan including 2010, 2011 and 2012 floods.

Since its registration in March 2008, the organization has been key partner for rural development and humanitarian response initiatives on many major initiatives. MOJAZ Foundation supported some 27020 households in 3 districts of 2 provinces as part of key implementing partner for 2011 floods emergency and early recovery response. In response to 2012 floods, the organization has successfully implemented 3 projects in district Kashmore.

MOJAZ Foundation past and present programs/projects in Sindh includes One Room Transitional Shelter Project (for 735 families in UC Gehalpur Tehsil & District Kashmore); distribution of winterized kit (2500 families in UC Gehalpur & Gublo and villages 139); Food Assistance in emergency with WFP (20,000 families in District Kashmore);One Room transitional shelter (520 families in UC Peer-O-Lashari and 22 villages) . Others include flood assistance for emergency relief & early recovery for monsoon 2013 (6750 families in 9 UCs of district Narowal).

Emergency Relief

MOJAZ Foundation has been initiating various emergency relief projects in different rural and backward areas of Pakistan inclusive of interior Punjab and (Read more..)

Early Recovery

As a result of flash floods 2010 and 2011, Pakistan’s economy and poor communities suffered a great loss. MOJAZ Foundation and team took first hand responsibility(Read more..)

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