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Total Population
180.71 million
Population growth rate 2.03%
Life expectancy for males 64 years
Life expectancy for females 66 years
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth 3.7 %
Manufacturing Posted Growth 1.05%
Agriculture Growth 3.13
Total revenue collected Rs. 1952.3 billion
Gross National Income (GNI) Rs. 2566
per capita
Best Practice Training Models:
9. Community Midwifery (CMW) Training School
10. Training of Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs)
11. Psychosocial Wellbeing Training
12. IUCD Training
13. Community Health Workers (MARVI Workers) Client Centred Training
14. SRH (Sexual Reproductive Health) Trainings
15. Client Centered Approach (CCA) Training for Health Care Providers
Best Practice Training Models:
Life Skill Based Education Training
Family Reading Program
Adult Literacy Training
Multi-grade Teaching
Art and Craft Training
Early Childhood Education and Development (ECD) Training
Health Action School Training
Best Practice Training Models:
6. Hunarmand Training Centre (HTC)
7. Enterprise Development Training (EDT)
Best Practice Service Models off Farm:
1. Enterprise Development / Entrepreneurship
2. "Sughar" (local skilled women) program
3. Hunarmand Markaz (Display Centre)
4. Knit Garment Unit
5. Village Based Entrepreneurs Centre
Best Practice Training Models:
8. Training on Camp Management
9. Drought Mitigation Trainings
10. Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction Training
11. Community Based Disaster Risk Management Training.

Best Practice Training Models:
6. Gender Sensitization Training for professionals
7. Gender Sensitization Short Session
8. Women Mobilization and Leadership Training

Best Practice Training Models:
7. Behavior Change & Communication Training
8. Total Library Solution Software Training
9. Training on Communication Strategy.
Best Practice Training Models:
13. Training on Water Sanitation and Hygiene
14. Training of Masons and Community Members on Construction of Shelters with Lime Stabilized Soil.

Best Practice Training Models:
4. Leadership for Future Generation
5. Professional Leadership Development
6. Proposal Writing / Resource Mobilization
7. Organization Development Certification Course
8. Financial Management Training
9. Training on Facilitation Skills
10. Legal Aspect of Human Resource Management
11. Project Management
12. Training of Trainers (ToTs) on Community Capacity Building Package
13. Training for Interactive Theater (Professionals)

Best Practice Training Models:
Web Based MIS Software Training
Management Information System (MIS) Training
Logical Framework Matrix Training
Distribution Management System Training
Research Methodology Training
Pakistan Socioeconomic Indicators
Human Development Index (HDI), Pakistan ranks 146 out of 186 countries.
Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) 49.4% of the population suffer multiple deprivations while an additional 11.0% are vulnerable.
Gender Inequality Index (GII) 0.567,
Pakistan ranking 123 out of 146 countries.
HANDS strength is 12 volunteers Governing Board Members.

> 1900 full time staff.

> 01 Million community based volunteers of 5,691 medium and small size organizations
HANDS has a network of 31 offices across the country and has access to a population of around 19.3 million of nearly 16,198 villages / settlements in 45 districts.
After 36 years HANDS has evolved, as one of the largest Non Profit Organization of the country with integrated development model
The organization life cycle started in 1979
HANDS has qualified the Institutional Management Certification Program (IMCP) of USAID for management
HANDS have central contractor registration with US Government (DUNS No.)
Mission
HANDS mission is for improving health, promoting education, alleviating poverty and developing social institution for community empowerment.
HANDS is accredited with European Union.
Best Practice Service Models:
1. Marvi Workers (Community Health Workers)
2. Rehabilitation of Disabled
3. Output Based Aid (OBA) Voucher Scheme (NARI)
4. Adopt a Hospital
5. Community Based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM)
6. Birthing Station Model
7. Telehealth (Telemedicine) Service Delivery Model
8. Traditional (trained) Birth Attendant (TBA)
Best Practice Service Models
Parwarish Markaz
Early Childhood Development
Adult Literacy
Health Action School
School Health Screening
School Nutrition Program
HANDS Adopt a School Model
HANDS Academy
Best Practice Service Models on Farm:
1. Small Agri-farms
2. Agri-Input
3. Agri-Kit for farmers
4. Provision of Livestock (Goats)
5. Provision of Poultry Package
6. Kitchen Gardening
7. Small Poultry Hatchery
8. Community Nurseries
9. Cash for Work and Food for Work
10. Provision of Micro Finance
11. Prime Minister Interest Free Loan Scheme (PMIFL)
12. Integrated Society for Action & Learning Initiative (MISALI)
Best Practice Service Models:
Participatory Rapid Appraisal (PRA)
Community Based Organization (CBO)
Interactive Theater
Best Practice Training Models:
Capacity Building Package for community groups
CBOs capacity building training (Rehnuma)
Participatory Rapid Appraisal (PRA) Training
Best Practice Service Models:
1. Establishment of Relief / Emergency Camp
2. Food Distribution During Emergency
3. Disaster Risk Management Center
4. Network for Disaster Risk Reduction
5. Health Services in Emergencies
6. Education in Emergency
7. Ambulance Network.

Best Practice Service Models:
1. Gender Policy/Code of Conduct
2. HANDS Sexual Harassment Policy
3. Gender Advocacy Campaign
4. Development of Behavior Change Communi-cation (BCC) strategy on Gender
5. Facilitating Economic Rehabilitation of Gender Based Violence (GBV) Survivors
Best Practice Service Models:
HANDS Web Based Training Management Software,
HANDS Institute of Community Development Program and Distance Learning.
Best Practice Service Models:
Advocacy Campaign
Development of Behavior Change Communication (BCC) Strategy
Video/Audio Production Unit
Designing, Composing and Publications
Knowledge Management System
Development of Website and Social Media

Best Practice Service Models:
1. Drinking Water facilities
2. Street Pavement Facilities
3. Sanitation
4. Hand Wash Facility
5. Low Cost Shelter
6. Irrigation Schemes
7. Household Technologies
8. Disaster Risk Reduction Schemes
9. Communication Schemes
10. Social Sector Schemes
11. Alternate Energy Schemes
12. Annaj Ghar
Best Practice Service Models:
1. Web Based MIS Software
2. Management Information System
3. Logical Framework Matrix
4. Beneficiary Management Information System
5. Researches
6. Periodical Reviews / Monitoring Visits
7. Suggestion And Complaint System.
Best Practice Training Models:

Capacity Building Trainings
Ensuring quality
of services

Strive for rights of
Marginalized Population
Strengthening of
organizations/institutions
Knowledge management
& Development of
evidence based actions
Geographical Out Reach
2020
4 Provinces
55 Districts
145 UCs
5743 villages/settlements
5 million population

HANDS
2020
Strategies
Community Based
Organizations (CBOs)
and Communities
Village/Settlement
Primary Health
Care & Social Marketing
Livelihood
Off Farm & On Farm
Primary Education
& Literacy
Water, Sanitation
& Alternate Energy
Monitoring & Research
Social Mobilization
Disaster Risk Reduction
Gender
Communication & Advocacy
Human & Institutional Development
Infrastructure
& Shelter
Union Council
Union Council
Union Council
Community Base
Organization
and Communities
Village
Primary Health
Care & Social Marketing
Livelihood
Off Farm & On Farm
Primary education
& Literacy
Water, Sanitation
& Alternate Energy
Monitoring & Research
Social Mobilization
Disaster Risk Reduction
Gender
Communication & Advocacy
Human & Institutional Development
Infrastructure
& Shelter
Community Base
Organization
and Communities
Village
Primary Health
Care & Social Marketing
Livelihood
Off Farm & On Farm
Primary education
& Literacy
Water, Sanitation
& Alternate Energy
Monitoring & Research
Social Mobilization
Disaster Risk Reduction
Gender
Communication & Advocacy
Human & Institutional Development
Infrastructure
& Shelter
Community Base
Organization
and Communities
Village
Primary Health
Care & Social Marketing
Livelihood
Off Farm & On Farm
Primary education
& Literacy
Water, Sanitation
& Alternate Energy
Monitoring & Research
Social Mobilization
Disaster Risk Reduction
Gender
Communication & Advocacy
Human & Institutional Development
Infrastructure
& Shelter
Community Base
Organization
and Communities
Village
Primary Health
Care & Social Marketing
Livelihood
Off Farm & On Farm
Primary education
& Literacy
Water, Sanitation
& Alternate Energy
Monitoring & Research
Social Mobilization
Disaster Risk Reduction
Gender
Communication & Advocacy
Human & Institutional Development
Infrastructure
& Shelter
Community Base
Organization
and Communities
Village
Primary Health
Care & Social Marketing
Livelihood
Off Farm & On Farm
Primary education
& Literacy
Water, Sanitation
& Alternate Energy
Monitoring & Research
Social Mobilization
Disaster Risk Reduction
Gender
Communication & Advocacy
Human & Institutional Development
Infrastructure
& Shelter
Community Base
Organization
and Communities
Village
Primary Health
Care & Social Marketing
Livelihood
Off Farm & On Farm
Primary education
& Literacy
Water, Sanitation
& Alternate Energy
Monitoring & Research
Social Mobilization
Disaster Risk Reduction
Gender
Communication & Advocacy
Human & Institutional Development
Infrastructure
& Shelter
HANS District Coordination Office
Disaster Risk
Management Center
District Institute of
Community Development
District Government & Clusters
District CSO Partners
HANDS Programs
Sindh 22 District
Balochistan 21 District
Punjab 09 District
KPK 03 District
Vision
Healthy, Educated, Prosperous
and Equitable Society
Sindh
Balochistan
Punjab
Funding Requirements :
Rs. 14805 (148 $) per beneficiary.
Rs. 370 million (3.7 million $) per UC
Rs. 53,669 million (537 million $) for 145 UCs
Source: Economic Survey - World Bank 2011-12
Human Development Report 2013(by UNDP)
Source: Economic Survey - World Bank 2011-12
Human Development Report 2013(by UNDP)
Source: Economic Survey - World Bank 2011-12
Human Development Report 2013(by UNDP)
(Human Development Report 2013 by UNDP)
(Human Development Report 2013 by UNDP)
(Human Development Report 2013 by UNDP)
1.Health
2.Education & Literacy
3.Livelihood Enhancement
4.Social Mobilization
5.Disaster Management
6.Gender & Development
7.Human Resource & Institutional
Development
8.Infrastructure, water, energy, shelter
9.Information, Communication and Advocacy
10.Monitoring Evaluation & Research
11.Social Marketing Programs
12.Admin & Procurement
Policy Manuals
Success Indicators
Success Indicators
Major Achievements (2010-2013)
5691
PRA activities
l5691
CBOs
564
Interactive Theaters (IT)
5336
SMC members trained
254
trainings

31
PRA trainings
Major Achievements (2013-14)
Implementation of gender policy is a continuous process as it is an integral part of every project. The policy has been implemented in all projects including 195 projects in the recent preceding years.
Sexual harassment policy was implemented and practiced in 31 district offices of the organization . This policy was also implemented in 5331 Community Based Organiztions (CBOs).
42 events as part of advocacy campaign
The number of messages relayed through FM radio was 1185.
15 Focus Group Discussions related to BCC were conducted.
22310 awareness raising sessions were conducted with around 600,000 participants.
About 500 Interactive Theatres have so far been
conducted for BCC on social / gender issues.
Overall 827 short training sessions on gender sensitization have been conducted with 24,726 participants.
The number of trainings conducted on Women Mobilization and Leadership was 148 with 3428 participants.

Major Achievements (2014-2015)
HANDS ICD did the capacity building of nearly 200,751 persons

19 trainings have been conducted with 500 participants under leadership for future generation.

18 trainings have been conducted so far with 516 participants under professional leadership development.

13 workshops have been conducted so far, for 13 organizations.

243 master trainers have been trained in 09 Training of Trainers (ToTs) on facilitation skills.

07 training has been conducted on project management for 133 participants.

20 trainings has been conducted on community capacity building package for 335 participants.

54 groups have been trained in Interactive Theatre skills.

Major Achievements (2014-15)
More than 1600 trained Marvi workers in 11 districts throughout Pakistan.
l 4,207 assistive devices were provided to the PWDs in 05 Union Councils i.e. Ibrahim Hyderi, Rehri, Landhi Mashke and Awaran.

l 16 private secondary healthcare facilities have so far been identified and strengthened for EmONC services.
l Overall more than 4,305 high risk cases related to maternal, ANC, PNC and neo-natal health have been identified and managed through this project.
l Conduction of 1,545 deliveries have been done including caesarian sections.
l Overall 1909 neonates have been managed so far.
l Through this model, HANDS till date has provided support to 92 health facilities under public private partnership, which included: 01 District Headquarter Hospital, 07 Taluka Headquarter Hospitals, 09 Rural Health Centres, 40 Basic Health Units, 07 Maternal and Child Health Centres, 28 Dispensaries.
Major Achievements (2014-15)
HANDS has established Parwarish Markaz in district Hyderabad, Matiari, Karachi (Rural) and Badin. Till date 51 Parwarish Markaz have been established and 51 Parwarish Workers have been trained with total enrollment of 1367
l Established 681 ECD classes in 227 Government schools of Sindh.
l Trained 681 Government teachers on ECD
l Trained 395 SMCs on school management and prepared school development and improvement plans
l Established play area in 227 schools
l Provided Supplementary Teaching and Learning Material (STLM) for class one and two to 450 government primary schools through SBEP-SRP program.
l Trained 4,292 government primary school teachers of class one and two on "Reading Skill Development".
l Collected data of teachers and students from 975 government primary schools through SBEP-SRP program.
l Provided support to Mir Masoom Shah Library at Sukkur, to develop reading habits in parents and students (with focus of early grades students)
l Overall 527 ALCs have been established and 527 ALC teachers trained. Total 21,059 learners have been enrolled in the ALCs.
l The Health Action School service model has been applied in 220 schools. A total of 28,775 students have been benefited through these schools in previous years. 861 male and female teachers have also been trained in this model.
l During the preceding years, 568 model schools have been developed in the School Health Screening model. The number of students enrolled in these schools were 42000. The personnel trained for this model included 568 teachers, 57 health care providers and 30 Government officials (In charges).
l School Nutrition model has been applied in 346 schools in target areas. The other accomplishment of this model include opening of bank accounts of 346 schools, training of 508 teachers and 10 master trainers. Monitoring of height and weight of 50,000 students was done and same number were also provided food.
l Overall 1,663 schools have been adopted under this model, more than 0.37 million students and nearly 9,762 teachers have been benefited through this model. The material supplied to the school included stationary, teaching material and bag including school renovation.
l Total 21 HANDS Academies have been established and 1794 students have been benefited through Family Reading Program. 58 teachers are trained on ECE and different subjects (e.g: Math, English and Science). Total 21 CBOs/SMCs are trained on school management, record keeping, monitoring and social mobilization etc.

l 01 training was conducted with 03 participants. A total of 90 learners have been benefited through this model in previous years.
l Overall 18 trainings have been conducted and 527 participants were trained in Adult Literacy Training model.
l So far 05 trainings have been conducted and 106 participants were trained in Multi Grade Teaching model.
l Under Arts and Craft, 11 trainings were conducted and 265 participants were trained during preceding years.
l Overall 68 trainings have been conducted Early Child Development model and 909 community teachers have been trained in these trainings. A total of 298 trainings have been conducted for Government teachers and total of 1580 Government teachers have been trained.
l 29 trainings have been conducted for government school teachers and 861 teachers were trained under Health Action School model.
Major Achievements (2010-2013)
Through this model support has been provided for development of 250 small agri-farms in the preceding years.
So far 19,948 small landowners have been benefited through this model.
HANDS has so far provided Agri Kits to 935 farmers in its intervention areas through this model.
Till now 2,522 men & women have been benefited through provision of Livestock for income generation.
In the preceding years 2,764 community members benefited through the kitchen gardening model.
There have been 107,273 beneficiaries of this model who were benefited through the model of Cash for Work and Food for Work.
Till now 47,097 community members have been
benefited through the microfinance model.
3647 No of Applications received
1971 No of loans disbursed
38 million in PKR disbursed
Major Achievements (2014-2015)
330
drinking water facilities
161
street pavements
240
sanitation schemes
3582
emergency latrines
13,021
permanent latrines
1158
hand washing facilities
75,805
shelters
22,658
roofing kits
2,202
irrigation schemes.
7,508
Energy Efficient Stoves
288
bridges/culverts
60,228
solar light
500
Annaj Ghar

Major Achievements (2014-2015)
Overall 205 camps have been established till date which provided shelter to 98463 disaster victims since 2010.

228,412 families have received food rations

51,375 WaWa MuM sachet (Nutrition supplement) were also distributed ACHA MuM among the malnourished in Tharparker

HANDS has established 13 Disaster Risk Management Centres.

3,706 medical camps have been held

59 Child Friendly Spaces (CFS) and 150 Transit Shelter School (TSS) have been established
HANDS is providing services through Ambulance Network in 12 different districts of Sindh

42 trainings have been conducted till date attended by 1014 participants.

HANDS Disaster Management program team has so far trained 30 master trainers on the subject of Community Based Disaster Risk Management. Overall 339 training have been conducted and 11251 participants have been trained on the subject.
13.Logistic
14.Finance Policy
15.IT Manual
16.Knowledge management
17.Information Disclosure policy
18.Accountability policy +Whistle blowing
policy
19.Endowment fund
20.Investment policy
21.PF policy
22.Whistle blowing policy
23.IDEAS Policy
24.Child Right & Protection Policy
Policy Manuals
Community Base
Organization
and Communities
Village
Primary Health
Care & Social Marketing
Livelihood
Off Farm & On Farm
Primary education
& Literacy
Water, Sanitation
& Alternate Energy
Monitoring & Research
Social Mobilization
Disaster Risk Reduction
Gender
Communication & Advocacy
Human & Institutional Development
Infrastructure
& Shelter
Primary
Health Care
Livelihood
(On Farm
& Off Farm)
Primary
Education
& Literacy
Water,
Sanitation
& Electricity
Infrastructure
& Shelter
Village/Settlement
(Present Scenario)
Lack of accessibility,
availability of quality
services, infrastructure
leading to
disaster prone areas
Human Development Index (HDI)
Major Achievements (2014-15)
3712
reports have been generated by MIS
DMS was implemented in
38
districts and data of 390,550 beneficiaries
7,145
researches have been conducted
843
Program Reviews
115,240
monitoring visits
514

supervisory checklists of new projects

514
LFA/LFMs
About
100
trainings of more than 500 Surveyors
have been conducted on research tools.
Major Achievements (2013-2014)
ICR program has facilitated districts to conduct 53 seminars and 94 other events in preceding year which were attended by more than 35,000 participants.
39 BCC strategies for different projects
22 video documentaries
76 news bulletins
95,839 brochures, 193,026 leaflets, 54,823 posters,
Printed 1000 copies of Profile and 3000 copies of Brief Profile of HANDS.
38 BCC trainings
4 training for Districts Libraries Focal persons
HANDS has tested this model and developed internal communication strategy for the organization
Acknowledgment
UKAID/ Department For International Development (DFID), David & Lucile Packard Foundation,The Aga Khan Foundation, Aman Foundation, Basic Needs / Basic Rights, UNICEF, Care International, GAVI Alliance, Shell Pakistan, Bearing Point, Mustashaar, Plan International, Koninkrijk der Nederlanden, RSPN, Sindh Education Foundation, World Health Organization, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, American Red Cross, GDS International, Engro Foundation, GOAL International, International Organization of Migration(IOM), Naya Jeevan, Novo Nordisk, Pakistan Cultural Group (PCG), SINA, Japan Official Development Assistance, UNFPA, UNHCR, UNOPS, World Food Program, STEUN Pakistan, Khushhali Bank, Asian Development Bank, Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund, World Bank, The Asia Foundation, Aurat Foundation, WPF Rutgers, Medico International, UNDP, Greenstar Population Council, USAID, Tuft University USA, BSR, WaterAid, Ghani & Tayyab, IDSP, Rotary Humanitarian Trust, Save the Children US & UK, Help-Age, I-Care, RSPN and Government of Sindh and Federal Government.


1. Recitation of Holy Quran. 10:30 AM
2. Introduction and Induction of New Members
3. Update on HANDS
4. Briefing on HANDS Vision 2020
5. Discussion and views by members
6. Any other agenda
7. Vote of Thanks & Lunch 01:00 PM
Agenda
HANDS Quarterly Governing Board Meeting
April 27, 2013
This year HANDS has registered itself as a charity organization in UK and hopefully with this, new horizon will open for further improvement and expansion in its scope of work.
No. of Beneficiaries
26.8 million
(Two Crores Sixty Eight Lacs)
Projects 513
HANDS National & International
Development Partners during 2014-15

Nutrition intervention in Tharparkar & Ghotki
March 2014 to December 2015
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