Young Welfare Society (YWS) Sindh

 

Name of Project:

Qadir MCH Centre

 
 
Project Location   Akri Taluka Faiz Gunj 
Year of Start   May 2004 
Duration   Continue
Donor   TVO Islamabad
Budget   Rs. 17,42,000-

Project Objective

- Provide Safe Delivery Services and Primary Health Care.    

- Laboratory Facilities.

- Emergency Ambulance Services.

- Contraceptive Services provide to the couples.

Project Description

Project was designed to establish Mother & Child Health Centre. 

Project Out Come

Project Successfully continue and total beneficiaries are 39721 in which OPD – 24377, Deliveries – 685, Antenatal – 922, Contraceptive – 1256, Vaccination – 2435, Ambulance Service –1 942 and Routine test (Blood & Urine) – 8104.

 

 

Name of Project:

One Family Planning Clinic (FPC)

 
 
Project Location   Faiz Ganj
Year of Start   Feb 2010
Duration   Continue
Donor   NATPOW  Islamabad
Budget   Rs. 8,50,000/-

Project Objective

Provide Safe Delivery Services and Primary Health Care.    
Contraceptive Services provide to the couples.

Project Description

Project was designed to establish Family Planning Clinic.

Project Out Come

Project Successfully continues and total beneficiaries are1546 in last 8 months in which OPD, Deliveries, ANC, PNC, Contraceptive, and Vaccination (T T & EPI).

 

 

 

Name of Project:

Young Model School

(YMS)

 
 
Project Location   Village Ali Mura Shar UC Pacca Chang Taluka Faiz Gunj
Year of Start   April 2010
Duration   Continue
Donor   Sindh Education Foundation (SEF)
Budget   Rs. 3,15,000

Project Objective

Provide Quality Education to the rural girls and boys.

Project Description

Project was designed to Provide the free Quality Education Facilities to poor students of remote rural area where are no any education facilities are available and them enable to compete the nationally. 

Project Out Come

Project Successfully Continue and 85 Students are studying.

 

 

 

Name of Project:

Basic Education Community Schools

 
 
Project Location   24 Viillage of Taluka Faiz Ganj & Thari Mirwah
Year of Start   July, 2006
Duration   Comtinue
Donor   National Education Foundation
Budget   Rs.34,80,000/-

Project Objective

Provide Education to the rural girls and boys.

Project Description

Project was designed to Provide the free education Facilities to poor students of remote rural area where are no any education facilities are available and them enable to compete the nationally

Project Out Come

Project Successfully Completed and 1513 Students are learning in these in Schools and 264 students are pass out Vth class.

 

 

 

 

Name of Project:

 4 Model Community Schools

 
 
Project Location   I- Mehrabpur, II- Tando Mir Ali, III- Tarko & IV- Akri
Year of Start   Aril 2000
Duration   Continue
Donor   Local Community 
Budget   Rs. 42,00,000/-

Project Objective

To develop rural new generation through providing Quility Education and modern Computer Education.

Project Description

Project was designed to Provide the qualitative education to Poor Students of rural area on low cost and them enable to compete other students on national level.

Project Out Come

Project Successfully Continue and 745 Students are studying. 

 

 

 

 

Name of Project:

Empowering Electricity Consumers in District Khairpur, Sindh

 
 
Project Location   District Khairpur 
Year of Start   December 2012 to Feb 2014
Duration   15 months
Donor   Citizens’ Voice Project funded by USAID
Budget   Rs. 79,13,000

Project Objective

  • To address consumers’ complaints vis-à-vis SEPCO though community mobilization and engagement with relevant authorities.
  • To maximize the recovery of electricity bills through awareness and consumer-supplier interaction.  
  • To establish citizens’ complaint cell as a medium between electricity consumers and SEPCO.
  • To launch awareness campaign for masses to sensitize them about key issues of electricity governance for their improved role in the decision-making.

Project Out Come

  • Citizen’s groups (ECOs) are trained and strengthened to oversight issues related to electricity governance in their communities
  • Community involvement in improving transparency and accountability for electricity regulation with respect to recovery and consumer’s issues.
  • Informed citizens’ platform available to advocate and lobby for promoting responsive consensus – oriented energy sector decision-making
  • A developed mechanism of public accountability and transparency in SEPCO its and local offices.