Completed Projects / Programs

Project Title Project Status Thematic area/ sector/ component Role in implementation (lead or partner) Project duration  (From-To—–) (MM/YY) Location/Target Area/Geographical area of implementation Major Achievements of the project
Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) – 2020 Successfully completed WASH Leading Organization 23 Jan 2020 to 17-Aug-2020 District Rajanpur • 210 vulnerable families of Koh Sulman mountain area of District Rajanpur are receiving Clean Drinking water facility at the village level through the installation of 07 Afridive Water Well Hand Pump.
• 300 Ultra poor families of District Rajanpur are receiving safe drinking water facilities at the household level through the installation of 300 shallow Hand pumps.
• 510 families are capacitated on Health and Hygiene sessions (Personal, Domestic and Environmental Hygiene)
• 22 heads of the WASH committee of the target area will be capacitated on Operation and Maintenance Training (O&M) for the sustainability of the water project.
•  22 Committee Organizations and WASH committees are formed for the sustainability of the project and ensure transparency and accountability in project interventions.
Sustainable communal Safe Water Solution through the installation of Water Well with Hand Pump Successfully completed WASH Leading Organization 15-Nov-2019 to 14-April-2020 District Rajanpur Objective:
• Provision of safe (bacteria, arsenic, fluoride, and nitrate-free) drinking water to the affected population through the installation of hand pumps at the communal level.
• Installation of water hand pumps at the communal level for Easy access and save women and children time to collect clean water
Achievements:
• Formation of 12 Male and 12 Female Community Organizations.
• Conducting 36 Health and Hygiene sessions
• Conducting 12 operation and maintenance (O&M) training.
• Formation of WASH committee
• Installation of 12 Communal levels deep bore Water Well with the Hand pump
• Installation of Donor visibility plate in each location and submit final pictures
• Develop case studies and success stories
Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) 2019-2020 Successfully completed WASH Leading Organization 1st July 2019 to 30 Mar 2020 District Rajanpur Objective:
• Provision of safe (bacteria, arsenic, fluoride, and nitrate-free) drinking water to the affected population through the installation of hand pumps at the communal level.
• Installation of water hand pumps at a communal level for Easy access and save women and children time to collect clean water
Achievements:
• Formation of 20 Male and 20 Female Community Organizations.
• Conducting 40 Health and Hygiene sessions
• Conducting 40 operation and maintenance (O&M) training.
• Formation of WASH committee
• Installation of 05 Water Well with a Hand pump and 200 Shallow Hand Pump at Household level, Communal level, Government school level, BHU level, and public places
• Installation of Donor visibility plate in each location and submit final pictures
• Develop case studies and success stories
Women Training in Livestock Management Successfully completed Livelihood and Food Security Leading Organization 1st Jan 2019 to 30-Jun-2020 District Rajanpur and Dera Gazi Khan (Punjab) Objectives:
1. The objective of this scheme is to support the rural economy through the provision of skills to women enabling them to enhance their livelihood prospects and increase their household income.
2. It aims to provide training to rural women in livestock which will help them adopt the best practices and to make optimum use of available resources in order to increase their animal’s milk production.Achievements:
1. 2500 rural women’s would be trained through a community-based training program by sector expert DVM Master trainer in the trade of livestock management
2. After 1.5 Month training program 2500 Rural Women would be to manage their livestock as per the standardized system required for animals.
3. Household income of 2500 rural women would be increase through the increase of milk production of their animals.
4. 2500 Rural women would be able regarding the basic treatment of their animal.
Construction of Maternal Health Centre in Chak Shikarai, Tehsil and District Rajanpur Successfully completed Health Leading Organization 1st Feb 2018 To                           31-Dec-2018 District Rajanpur (Punjab) Overall Project Objective:  

The overarching objective of the project is to address the high rate of maternal and infant mortalities in UC Chak Shikari through the provision of high quality, accessible, safe, and affordable reproductive health services in the region

Expected Output
a) Profile of the beneficiaries
Residents of Union Council Chak Shikari, primarily women and children
b) Number of people who will benefit directly 3000 Households

c) Number of people who will benefit indirectly
30,000 (the entire population of the Union Council)
d) Qualitative output
Change in attitudes towards reproductive health in the Union Council and its surroundings which will not only result in better health indicators but by promoting healthy and smaller families, also contribute to the eradication of poverty.
Women will approach the health center

Skill for Market Linkages Successfully completed Livelihood / Vocational Trainings Leading Organization April 2018 to 31 March 2019 District Multan Tehsil Multan Saddar and Sher Shah (Punjab) Objectives:  

The objective of this project is to provide training in Adda Work Trade to rural females in the textile/garments sector followed by the creation of structured market linkage opportunities. It is also envisaged to support rural economy through the provision of skills to women enabling them to increase their participation in economic activities and subsequently the household income.

Outcomes:

Increase the access of low-income, poor, and vulnerable members of society to vocational training and skills acquisition programs in Multan District so that they can earn higher incomes.
Activities:
• Formation of rural women community organization (CO’s)
• Conduction of TNA, a long listing of the trainee, shortlisting, and finalization of a trainee as per defined project criteria.
• Conduction of training as per recommended TEVTA training module in Adda Work and Business module.
• Project work demonstration, preparation of sample as per market demands,
• Assists transfer to successful trainees and certification.
• Market links development at the local and regional levels.

Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) 2017 & 2018 Successfully completed WASH Leading Organization 15 Dec 2017 to 03 Oct 2018 District Rajanpur (Punjab) Objective:
• Provision of safe (bacteria, arsenic, fluoride, and nitrate-free) drinking water to the affected population through the installation of hand pumps at the communal level.
• Installation of water hand pumps at the communal level for Easy access and save women and children time to collect clean water
Achievements:
• Formation of 64 Male and 64 Female Community Organizations.
• Conducting 70 Health and Hygiene sessions
• Conducting 70 operation and maintenance (O&M) training.
• Formation of WASH committee
• Installation of 08 Water Well with the Hand pump and 425 SHELO Hand Pump at Household level, Communal level, Government school level, BHU level, and public places
• Installation of Donor visibility plate in each location and submit final pictures
• Develop case studies and success stories
Women Training for Home-Based Livestock 2017 Successfully completed Livelihood / Vocational Trainings Leading Organization 1st May 2017 to 28 Feb 2018 District Rajanpur and Dera Gazi Khan (Punjab) • 2000 Vulnerable rural women would be trained on Home-based livestock Management skill training.
• These 2000 vulnerable women will receive PKR 3000 stipend on the basis of attendance of a 2-month training course.
• Market  linkages and coordination with the livestock department would be developed of these trained rural women’s
Training women & men lawyers to provide legal services to women, including minority women Successfully completed Human Rights / Protection Leading Organization 21st November 2016 to 22nd July 2017 District Rajanpur (Punjab) • 50 Capacitated and gender sensitized lawyers are available to provide legal assistance to reduce violence incidents against women and minorities in four districts of south Punjab.
• Improved access to justice for reinstatement of  women legal rights
• Mobilized Bar Associations and capacitated lawyers to provide pro-bono support trend.
• Women and girls empowered to voice their social protection and equity-based access to justice demands through district bar associations.
• Encouraged and aware women & minorities to access legal authorities
Water Sanitation and Hygiene Project of District Rajanpur Successfully completed WASH Leading Organization 3rd October 2016 to 09th January 2017 District Rajanpur (Punjab) 50 vulnerable families received a clean drinking facility through the installation of a household-level Hand pump and received a clean drinking water facility. 50 families will capacitate on Hand pumps operating and maintenance and will be sensitized regarding Health and Hygiene
Improved access to justice for poor, disempowered, and marginalized segments in southern Punjab Successfully completed Human Rights / Protection Leading Organization Oct 2015 to Feb 2016 District Rajanpur (Punjab) • IEC material distributed in 3000 Household on District Legal Empowerment committee
• Conducted 04 awareness-raising sessions for civil society organization and 100 civil society organizations are sensitized regarding their role in participation in the awareness-raising and advocacy camping.
• Awareness raising IEC material regarding District legal Empowerment Committee (DELC) 20 Board displayed in justice institutions.
• Awareness raising IEC material regarding District legal Empowerment Committee (DELC) distributed to 1300 individuals in Public places and district level stakeholder offices
• Awareness raising IEC material regarding District legal Empowerment Committee (DELC) distributed within 680 media and bar association members.
• SWRDO conducted a 01 DLEC Coordination meeting with newly elected Bar Association as well as an old bar to aware them of the importance of DLEC as a Sustainable Legal Aid Mechanism and Taking their support (In order to take them on board), 35 advocates participate in this event.
• DLEC Coordination Seminar with Stakeholders (Government Departments, Justice Institutions, Media Members, Bar, DLEC Members, and Civil Society Organizations), 80 Participant including District Session judge, District Police Officer, Civil Society organizations, Youth,  Media, and Bar association.
• SWRDO conducted 01 DLEC Coordination Meeting with Media Members for its Importance as Legal Aid & Awareness on Mechanism so that masses can take advantage of it, 30 participated from print and electronic media in this event
Rajanpur Safe Drinking Water Project 2016 Successfully completed WASH Leading Organization 1st Jan 2016 to April 2016 Union Council Noorpur Machiwala, Asni Tehsil Rajanpur and UC Merianpur of Tehsil Rojhan District Rajanpur (Punjab) 100 vulnerable families will be received a clean drinking facility through the installation of a household-level Hand pump and 125 vulnerable families will receive a clean drinking water facility. 225 families will capacitate on Hand pumps operating and maintenance and 225 families will be sensitized regarding Health and Hygiene
Reconstruction of One Room Shelters for 2015 flood-affected  vulnerable families of Rajanpur Successfully completed DRR / DRM Leading Organization 16 Nov 2015 to 15-Feb-2016 District Rajanpur (Punjab) Objective: 

To ensure that the security, safety, and physical protection needs of disaster-affected populations are addressed through the provision of appropriate shelter assistance.                                                                                                                                       Achievements: 

1. 400 households in the program area receiving Emergency/Transitional Shelter.

2. 400 households in the program area receiving Emergency/Transitional Shelter pursuant to Sphere Project standards and FOG guidelines.

3. 54.43% total affected population in the program area receiving Emergency/Transitional shelter assistance.

4. Total PKR. 25,396,132 of 84%percent of the approved project budget for Emergency/Transitional shelter spent on goods and services produced in the affected host country economy.

5. 400 of Shelters incorporating DRR measures

Rehabilitation of 09 Water treatment Ponds for the Provision of Safe Drinking Water to Flood Affected, Most Vulnerable Community of UC Fatehpur District Rajanpur Successfully completed WASH Leading Organization Dec 2015 to Nov 2016 District Rajanpur (Punjab) Objective:
1. To ensure adequate access of women, men, and children of UC Fatehpur to clean and safe drinking water
2. To raise awareness and knowledge of women, men, and children regarding improved hygienic practices to reduce the risk of waterborne diseases.Achievements                                                                                     • Through this project SWRDO constructing 09 Bio Sand water treatment ponds in 09 villages of Union Council Check Shekari and conducted 30 Health and Hygiene training sessions with youth, children, male and female.
• SWRDO formed 10 Male, 10 Female Community organizations (CO’s), and 10 WASH communities.
• Community level 18 Operation and maintenance (O&M) training conducted by youth activists for the sustainability of the project.
Installation of Communal hand pumps for the provision of clean drinking water facilities in Muzfargarrah District Successfully completed WASH Leading Organization 28-July-2015 To 27-Sep-2015 District Muzaffargrah (Punjab) Specific Objective of the Project:
Provision of safe (bacteria, arsenic, fluoride, and nitrate-free) drinking water to the affected population through the installation of hand pumps at the communal level.Installation of water hand pumps at a communal level for Easy access and save women and children time to collect clean water
Achievements:
•  Formation of 35 Male and 35 Female Community Organizations.
•  Conducting 40 Health and Hygiene sessions
•  Conducting 35 operation and maintenance (O&M) training.
•  Formation of WASH committee at CO level
•  Installation of Communal Hand pump
•  Installation of Donor visibility plate in each location and submit final pictures
• Develop case studies and success stories
Skill for Job 2015 Successfully completed Livelihood / Vocational Trainings Leading Organization Feb to Dec 2015 07 Districts: Muzaffargarh, Rahimyar Khan, Lohdrain, Bahawalpur, Bahawalnagar, Vehari, Khanewal (Punjab) 200 Vulnerable youth will be trained in (75 trainees in Welding 06 Month course, 25 trainees in Electrician 06-month course, 75 trainees in Telecommunication technician 06-month course, 25 in Industrial electronic 12 Month course), ON job training will be arranged for all trainee and refer their resume for the job replacement in trade-related industries, factories, and franchise
Skill for Job 2014-2015 Successfully completed Livelihood / Vocational Trainings Leading Organization Dec 2014 to Dec 2015 07 Districts: Lahore, Shekhopura, Narowal, Chiniot, Faisalabad, Sargodha, Gujranwala (Punjab) 100 Vulnerable youth will be trained in (50 trainees in Home Appliance Repair 06 Month course, 25 trainees in Industrial electronic 12 Month course), ON job training will be arranged for all trainee and refer their resume for the job replacement in trade-related industries, factories, and franchise
Water Sanitation and Hygiene Project of District Rajanpur Successfully completed WASH Leading Organization Jan to April 2015 District Rajanpur (Punjab) 150 vulnerable families will be received a clean drinking facility through the installation of a household-level Hand pump and 125 vulnerable families will receive a clean drinking water facility. 275 families will capacitate on Hand pumps operating and maintenance and 275 families will be sensitized regarding Health and Hygiene
Basic Education Community Schools (BECS) Successfully completed Education Leading Organization Aug 2014 to Dec 2015 District Rajanpur (Punjab) Through this program, 36 teachers are opined and 1235 students (Girls & Boys) are enrolled. Street children and out-of-school children are enrolled for primary education.
The objective of BECS is “to strengthen the non-formal approach to supplement the formal education for eradication of illiteracy and achievement of Universal Primary Education (UPE) as envisaged by Constitution of Pakistan (Article 25-A) and in MDGs, by extending free and flexible basic education opportunities to out-of-school children and youth, having no access to the formal system of education, especially disadvantaged children and girls”.
The English Access Micro Scholarship Program Successfully completed Education Leading Organization  Aug 2013 to Sep 2015 District Sukkur (Sindh) The English Access Micro scholarship program provides a foundation of English language skill to bright, economically disadvantaged 14-to 18-year olds through two years of after-school instruction and intensive sessions. Access students also gain an appreciation for U.S culture and democratic values through enhancement activities. A greater sensitivity to cultural differences, coupled with the acquired English language skills, will enable the participants to take advantage of opportunities that had previously been unavailable to them
Objective:
1. Develop critical thinking skills as they participate in discussions, prepare, and deliver presentations.
2. Develop a sense of responsibility and concern for quality  as students participate in the project with clearly established goals and standards
3. Explore opportunities for higher education, including other U.S Government-sponsored exchange programs.
4. Develop confidence as they prepare to embark on their chosen career paths
Climate Change Adaptation and Reliance Successfully completed Climate Change Leading Organization  Aug 2013 to Sep 2015 District Rajanpur 1. 100 Vulnerable families received low delta crops seed
2. 3500 tree plantation in community level and public places
3. 35 capacitated on community-based disaster risk management
4. Develop Linkages and lesion of community small farmer with Government officials
5. 5000 Publication of IEC material and proper dissemination, thousands of people received information regarding climate change adaption and reliance and benefits of low delta crops.
6. Through 100 Community-level climate change sessions (1000Male and 1000Female) sensitized regarding climate change impact, cases, and methodology of adoption.
Youth leadership, Peace, Conflict Management and Social Development Successfully completed Peace and Conflict Management Leading Organization Sep to Dec 2014 Districts, Multan and Lohdrain 60 Youth capacitated on leadership, peace, personal skill, conflict management, and community development for the of building a peaceful society and reduce sectorial extremism
Youth Skill Enouncement Program Successfully completed Livelihood / Vocational Trainings Leading Organization March 2014 to Jun 2014  (4 Month) District Kashmoor (Sindh) 60 Vulnerable youth (40 Girls & 20 Boys) will be trained in (60 Girls trainee in Beautician 04 Month course, 20 Boys trainee in Auto Electrician 06 month course) ON job training will be arranged for all trainee and refer their resume for the job replacement in trade-related industries, factories, and franchise
Reduce water-born diseases through the provision of safe and clean drink water facility through Household-level Handpump and Communal Water Well with the Hand pump Successfully completed WASH Leading Organization Jan 2014 to May 2014 (05 Month) District Rajanpur 150 vulnerable families will be received a clean drinking facility through the installation of a household-level Hand pump and 125 vulnerable families will receive a clean drinking water facility. 275 families will capacitate on Hand pumps operating and maintenance and 275 families will be sensitized regarding Health and Hygiene
Rehabilitation of One Room Shelters (ORS) for  475vulnerable flood-affected families of UC Kotla Esan Rajanpur Successfully completed DRR / DRM Leading Organization 19 Nov 2013 to April 2014 District Rajanpur • 478 extremely vulnerable families including 877women, 1,520children and 928men have safeguarded their physical protection through the provision of support for the reconstruction of One Room Shelters
• The resilience of the 475 EV flood-affected families has been improved through the integration of Disaster Risk Reduction Technologies in the newly built shelters and through their capacity development on construction of improved houses for DRR and on continuous shelter maintenance
Skill for Job (2013-2014) Successfully completed Livelihood / Vocational Trainings Leading Organization 15 Nov 2013 To 15 Nov 2014 07 Districts: Muzaffargarh, Rahimyar Khan, Lohdrain, Bahawalpur, Bahawalnagar, Vehari, Khanewal, 150 Vulnerable youth will be trained in (50 trainees in Telecommunication 06-month course and 100 trainees in Telecom technician 06-month course) 100 trainee received ON job training  and 150 trained trainee refer their resume for the job replacement in trade-related industries, factories, and franchise
Rehabilitation of One Room Shelter for the 400 extremely vulnerable flood-affected families Successfully completed DRR / DRM Leading Organization 27 May 2013 to 26 Sep 2013 District Rajanpur 1. To ensure that security, safety, and physical protection needs of IDPs/returnees are addressed through the provision of appropriate shelter assistance to affected families
2. 400  households receiving construction material for  One Room Shelter ORS  pursuant to Sphere standards and FOG [Field Operations Guide] guidelines
3. 90.80% Percent of the total affected population receiving One Room Permanent shelter assistance. (Note:  as per shelter cluster total house destroyed/damaged are 441and SWRDO is targeting 400 households)
4. 80% of the total amount and percent of the approved project budget for One Room Permanent shelter spent in the affected local economy
5. Build the capacity  of local CBO’s Male & Female on CBDRM to mitigate disaster impact and ensure life security through evocation plan in flood and season
Protection and Restoration of livelihood and food security of Extremely Vulnerable Flood Affected IDPs in District Rajan Pur Successfully completed Food Security & Livelihood Leading Organization 19 Feb to 19 Jun 2013 District Rajanpur 1. To rehabilitate and restore food security and livelihoods of vulnerable flood-affected families particularly women farmers in District Rajanpur in Southern Punjab
2. 100 male and 227 female farmers supported in Sorghum cultivation for livestock fodder, family food security, and income generation.
3. 100 male and 100 female livestock owners receiving the assistance packages for improved livestock production
4. Restoring and developing the household/subsistence and income generation activities of 400 female farmers
Flood Emergency Response through the Provision of Temporary Shelter Kit and NFI’s to 1800 extremely vulnerable families Successfully completed DRR / DRM Leading Organization 27 Dec 2012 to 26 Feb 2013 District Rajanpur 1. To provide physical protection to the extremely vulnerable women 3,704 men 3,865 and children 5,040 through the provision of 1800 Temporary shelter kits
2. To provide physical protection to the extremely vulnerable women 3,704 men 3,865 and children 5,040 through the provision of 1800 Winterization kits
Reduce Water Borne Diseases through the Installation of Water Well with a Hand pump Successfully completed WASH Leading Organization July 12 to Sep 12 District Rajanpur 1. 17 Water well installed with a Hand pump at a communal level for the provision of a clean drinking water facility at the community level
2. 600 families received clean arsenic and Bactria free drink water facilities and sensitized regarding Health and Hygiene
3. 600 individual capacitated regarding operation and maintenance of Water Well
Construction of 900 Permanent Shelters for flood-affected families (One Room, Kitchen, toilet) Successfully completed DRR / DRM Leading Organization May-Dec 2011 District Rajanpur & Dera Gazi Khan Almost 8,400 flood-affected persons are living in safe shelters. Access to toilet and improved health and hygiene conditions have resulted to improve overall living conditions of the beneficiaries. Women feel more protected. The cases of gender-based violence have reduced. 36 -shelter committees have a full capacity for project management and monitoring and evaluation with community participation.

Build the capacity of local CBO’s Male & Female on CBDRM to mitigate disaster impact and ensure life security through evocation plan in flood and season

Construction of 1,170 One Room Shelters for flood-affected families of south Punjab Successfully completed DRR / DRM Leading Organization March-August 2011 District Rajanpur & Dera Gazi Khan • 1170 extremely vulnerable families  have safeguarded their physical protection through the provision of support for the reconstruction of One Room Shelters with kitchen and toilet facility
• The resilience of the 1170 EV flood-affected families has been improved through the integration of Disaster Risk Reduction Technologies in the newly built shelters and through their capacity development on construction of improved houses for DRR and on continuous shelter maintenance
Distribution of 1,170 Shelter constriction Tool Kits Successfully completed DRR / DRM Leading Organization Jul-11 District Rajanpur & Dera Gazi Khan 1170 extremely vulnerable families received shelter tool kit and trained on mason work for the rehabilitation of their shelters
Establishment and Management  of IDP Camp for 3000 IDP’s Successfully completed DRR / DRM Leading Organization August – September 2010 District Rajanpur SWRDO Establish an IDPs camp in the response to flood 2010 and registered 500 IDPs families, during the first 03 months of emergency IDPs received dry and cooked food and NFI’s. All the protection measured was adopted as per spear standard and HAP Principal.
Distribution of 1000 tents and 1000 NFIs to the 1000 affected families of flood 2010 Successfully completed DRR / DRM Leading Organization Dec-10 District Rajanpur 1000 Extremely vulnerable families received tent shelter for temporary settlement and protection of families.
Provision of 5,500 Tents and 5,500 NFIs among 5,500 flood Affected families Successfully completed DRR / DRM Leading Organization Dec-10 District Rajanpur & Dera Gazi Khan 5500 Extremely vulnerable families received tent shelter for temporary settlement and protection of families and received Kitchen set, winterization kit
Advocacy & Awareness Raising on Women’s Property Rights. Successfully completed Human Rights / Protection Leading Organization 2010 District Rajanpur  1. 25 legal awareness session conducted on property rights and 625 vulnerable women’s are sensitized and capacitated on property rights and law regarding rights
2. Through FM radio online program number of victims received online information and the number of people sensitized regarding property rights.
3.  Through publication IEC Material number of people sanitized regarding property rights.
Continuous Professional Development Program (CPDP) Successfully completed Education Leading Organization 2007-2010 14 District of South Punjab Objective
The aim to promote quality education by providing technical assistance in the form of training to PEF partner schools. CPDP has played a major role in the successful headteacher/teacher development in different PEF programs since its inception. CPDP provides Technical & Professional Assistance.
The objective is to train headteachers/principals for better administration and management of the school with an emphasis on a school improvement plan, co-curriculum activities, parent community, health & safety. It consists of 2 Levels of 4 days each (i.e. 8 hours/day) sessions.
Rajanpur Gender Project Successfully completed Human Rights / Protection Leading Organization 2006-2008 District Rajanpur SWRDO organized awareness-raising and sensitization of communities and other stakeholders on Gender-Based Violence (GBV) and violation of women human rights in District Rajanpur. 35 Legal Awareness training was organized for more than 1,200 women and female councilors. 50 women were provided legal aid in family and criminal cases.  Publications on VAW (Violence against Women) were disseminated and the capacity of different stakeholders was enhanced on the issue through orientation sessions, dialogues, meetings and discussions, and seminars.
Provision of One food Package to Hill-torrent flood-affected families Successfully completed DRR / DRM Leading Organization Dec 2008 Jan 2009 District Rajanpur In the Response of 2008 Hill torrent flood of Rajanpur, 5,500 families were provided food assistance for one month through emergency response.
16 Days of Activism on Violence against Women Successfully completed Human Rights / Protection Leading Organization Nov to Dec 2006 District Rajanpur & Vehari The capacity of 25 Police Officers was enhanced on international standards of human rights. They were sensitized on registration of FIR on violence against women
Study of two Projects,  Childhood Marriage, and Women Selling and Buying Successfully completed Human Rights / Protection Leading Organization 2002-2006 District Rajanpur SWRDO carried out a three-month study on the Project of “Protection of Women against Childhood Marriage”. The second study was carried out on selling and buying of women. SWRDO sensitized and mobilized the communities and stakeholders for the protection of Women’s Human Rights through the promotion of its finding and awareness-raising through seminars.  For the success of the project, Networking with different stakeholders was undertaken and linkages with women groups, especially at the grassroots level were established.
Women Health Project for Mothers and Child Health Successfully completed Health Leading Organization Dec 2005 to Oct 2006 District Rajanpur The project was based on advocacy, mobilization of community, and stakeholders for women’s health, mother and child health, and safe motherhood. Under this project, -100 health committees were formed for health education and 100 training session, one seminar, and a medical camp were organized to address the issues of women’s health, hygiene, and reproductive health. IEC material was also distributed among them.
Violence Against Women and CEDAW Promotion Successfully completed Human Rights / Protection Leading Organization Jan to Dec 2003 District Rajanpur Awareness of violence against women and for the promotion of the CEDAW Convention was undertaken by arranging seminars, gender sensitization sessions, provision of skill training for the use of computers and the internet.
Partnership with Environmental Protection Agency Punjab (EPA) Successfully completed Climate Change Leading Organization Feb to July 2010 District Rajanpur SWRDO implemented a project of environmental protection and 2300 tree Plantation in Government buildings.