Christian Community Support in Pakistan
To deliver food and non-food items to the impoverished Christian Community in Pakistan, mainly in slum areas. The packages will provide families with their daily need of nutrition for two months as well as emergency non-food items.
December 2017 - February 2018
Charity information: Being Humanitarian
The Christian community is among the most impoverished communities in Pakistan, this project will provide them with access to food supplies (including baby food) and essential non-food items such as coal, fuel and blankets for the winter season.
The project will secure essential food and non-food items for the beneficiaries to last through the harsh winter conditions. The project will also collect data about the other urgent needs of the target community.
Provide impoverished families access to nutritional food and non-food supplies
Activities» Distribute food and non-food items to 1000 families in slum areas in Lahore and Karachi.
What success will look like
The general health of the recipients will have improved after the completion of the project.
Collect base-line data for the target community including health and education of children.
Activities» Employ data collectors and engage in discussions with the relevant local authorities and concerned stakeholders.
What success will look like
Produce a full report on the needs of the target community within one month after the project completion.
The project will access slum areas and develop an understanding and collect base-line data related to the underlying causes of poverty, health and education issues encountered by the target community, in order to work on practical and localised solutions.
There are no major risks for this project.
The donors will receive regular updates during the life of the project by visiting Being Humanitarian website and will be able to download the final reports and case studies upon project completion.
Budget - Project Cost: £10,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £6,000 Food packs nutritional items including rice, lentils, chickpeas, cooking oil, sugar, flour and other essentials £1,500 Fuel To last throughout the winter £1,500 Blankets For all family members £1,000 Admin and logistics To cover labour, packing, transport of items, money exchange and transfer fees and project banners
With the advent of winter in November, the water in dams starts to freeze leading to a dramatic drop in hydel power production and hence affecting electricity supply. In Lahore many poor Christians will not be able to buy warm clothes, blankets etc. Women & children will suffer more. To help these less fortune, we are running a community service project to distribute food and Winter Package to the Christian Community in Lahore.
Women, children, vulnerable beneficiaries including the disabled, expectant women, and the elderly.
Being Humanitarian has been working in Pakistan for many years, we have access and country expertise to run small and big projects. We have delivered our projects successfully in the past and continue to do so on the long run. Being Humanitarian is one of the very few UK based charities working to help all communities regardless of race, belief and political affiliation.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Mr Sabooh Uddin
Overall management and planning
Mr Wasiq Iqbal
Delivery and logistics
Ms Halah Al-Janabi
Monitoring and Reporting
Mr Mohammed Khan
Media and Accounts
Will buy an impoverished family food and non-food items for two months during the harsh winter.