Awammi Development Organization Layyah عوامی ڈویلپمینٹ آ رگنا ئز یشن لیہ
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Awammi Development Organization Layyah عوامی ڈویلپمینٹ آ رگنا ئز یشن لیہ




Completed Project

Disaster Respones

SERVICES

Relief Operation

  • Hygiene Kits* 5500 20
  • Litre Jerry Cans 22,000
  • Kitchen Kit 1200
  • Bandage Kit 655
  • Tool Kit 1200
  • Bedding Kit 588

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Apart from providing food to more than 2000 people, at 22 camps, for 28 days,

ADO also provided the following non-food items to the 2010 flood effectees:

* Soap, Shampoo, Cotton, Lotta, Bucket, Nail Cutter, Tooth Powder

Poles & Pegs



934

Ropes



2,982

Blanket



4,260

Kitchen Set



613

Plastic Sheets



2,840

In 2010, International Orgnization for Migration (IOM) and ADO distributed non-food items among 1,679 families in inundated union councils of district Layyah.These included:

Small Tents



1,244

    In the same year, South Asia Partnership-Pakistan and ADO, with assistance from International Medical

    Crop (IMC), carried out a project "Sustainable Holistic Assistance for Affected Communities, at district  

    Layyah. We:

  



Funded By:UNDP,Solidar,Sap PK,RDPI,IOM