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The KCDA is registered under the Societies Act 1860(Reg. No. 4153). The organization’s program operate in Mirpurkhas, Tando Allayer, Hyderabad and Sanghar districts of Sindh.Join With Us
There are ten animators (six men/six women) are working in the project. Every month the animators attend the monthly meeting/training from KCDP staff. The purpose of the training was to enhance the capacity of animators. The KCDP’s team prepared the monthly meeting agenda for the animators and strengthened their capacity according to the need and help required. During the monthly meeting the animators are responsible to submit the all monthly reports to KCDP department.
Below table shows detail of groups and villages managed by Animators and KCDP team this table is
The liaison Officer completed field visits in the first quarter. The purpose of the visits was to conduct meetings with men SHG members and to review the received reports of animators in the field.
In the KCDP project, the liaison Officer is responsible to communicate with the Area Animators and collect the reports from the Animators during the monthly animator’s meeting. At present, 22 men SHGs are functioning in five clusters including 266 members with savings of PKR 150,480.
Mostly the men SHGs took loans from the SHG group and used the money for livestock vaccination because, in March 2022, the lumpy skin diseases affected much livestock in Sindh. Animators reported that the men SHG members now taking interest in the self-help approach and are happy to use their own saved amount in an emergency and takes initiative to start a small business at the village level.
Four sessions were organized for community unit leaders to build their leadership skills, Participants of the session discussed problems of the Kachhi community and their solutions. The main Key problems identified were Child marriage, Lack of education, and WASH-related issues. Participants shared that unity can tackle these problems. This cluster system will help to achieve goals on the community level. These Unit leaders were from the four clusters, 301 leaders including 154 men and 147women participated in this program.