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Safe Drinking Water Scheme Will Provide Relief to the Pat'Took village residences (SWD).

Safe Drinking Water Scheme Will Provide Relief to the Pat'Took village residences (SWD). “Our kids have to walk for hours to fetch clean water and now we look forward to sparkling water at our doorsteps”, said Abdullah Khan a local resident.
During the Cheques distribution ceremony the villagers received cheques for the construction of two drinking water supply schemes in Pat’took village of South Waziristan district. These schemes will supply clean drinking water to over 150 households in the village. These schemes will be completed with the total cost of PKR 4.39 million, which is funded by the European Union financed through KFW and implemented by SRSP



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Animal Fattening training was organized by SRSP in Tehsil Tiarza, District South Waziristan.  60 men participated in three days training course. In focus group discussions male community organizations demanded that they should be given training on livestock management..  The training was organized under “Aid to Uprooted People” project, which is funded by the European Union financed through KFW.  European Union in Pakistan German Embassy Islamabad Rehabilitation & Reconstruction Unit - RRU FATA Secretariat


CEO SRSP lecture at The National Institute of Management (NIM) Peshawar

The CEO SRSP delivered a lecture sharing Public-Private Management Experiences in Social Development to officers of grade 18-19.


Drinking Water Supply Scheme Hussain Abad, Tehsil Bara District Khyber

In village Hussain Abad, Tehsil Bara District Khyber, SRSP constructed a drinking water supply scheme that benefits over 120 households. The scheme has been completed with the total cost of PKR 4.5 million, which includes a solar powered tube well, over-head water tank and distribution pipelines. 
The scheme is completed under "Reintegration and Rehabilitation for Temporarily Displaced Persons (TDPs) in Newly Merged Districts” project, funded by the Government of Germany financed through KFW. 
The inaugural ceremony was attended by Member National Assembly, representatives of district administration Khyber and scores of community elders.



Three Day Training on Mushroom Farming

To improve economic condition of tribal women, a 3 days training for 30 women participants on Mushroom production and its Marketing was organized by SRSP in village Shelozan, Upper Kurram District. The objective of the training was to promote the concept of mushrooms production at households’ level and sell in the local market. SRSP will facilitate these participants and create market linkages in the local market. At the end of the training tool-kits were distributed among the participants. 
The training was organized under “Aid to Uprooted People (AUP)” project which is funded by the European Union, financed through KFW and implemented by SRSP to support the recently returned families of five newly merged districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. 

Patrip Foundation Visit

The Government of Germany through the PATRIP Foundation provides invaluable assistance to SRSP to work in Arandu (Chitral) and in Kurram District. Following are the pictures of PATRIP Foundation Senior staff to Chitral.








Reintegration and Rehabilitation for Temporary Displaced People

“This village (Karama) and its people are far from the sights and subsequently from the minds of development organizations. It’s the first time that we have been endowed with such a blessing. I on behalf of my tribe thank SRSP and ensure unconditional support to them in making our village a model village.” said Malik Raaj Gul, local resident.
A gravity flow drinking water supply scheme is completed by SRSP in a remote village Karama of Ladha Tehsil, South Waziristan District. The scheme will supply 24/7 clean drinking water to over 70 households in the village.
The inaugural event was attended by the representatives from the District Administration, Local Formation, local elders and community members. The total cost of the scheme is PKR 2,587,500 which is funded by the Government of Germany through KFW to support Reintegration and Rehabilitation for Temporarily Displaced Persons (TDPs) in newly merged districts of KP.