Five case studies written by Sewa Development Trust Sindh volunteers, who are engaged in a programme entitled 'Take a Child to School' - Ilm-Possible, implemented by the British Council Pakistan in close partnership with other organisations.
Ameer Zadi knew that there was a public meeting for free distribution of land among village females. Luckily, her name was selected. She was very happy and excited, but she never imagined how difficult it is to get documentation for her land title.
Sewa Development Trust Sindh conducted a District Health Forum in district Khairpur, in collaboration with Pakistan CSO Coalition for Health and Immunization (PCCHI) and Global Alliance for Vaccination & Immunization (GAVI).
It is an alarming situation in Sindh, where religious extremism activities are expanding... Those so-called Muslims are not from us; neither do they represent the entire population of Muslims in the world or the religion itself.
Sewa Development Trust Sindh (SDTS), in collaboration with Coalition for Tobacco Control, observed World No Tobacco Day in district Khairpur and Jhudo-Mirpurkhas on 31 May, 2013.
SDTS is working hard to meet the unprecedented need for shelters.
Vulnerable groups are prioritised – such as female-headed households, minorities, disabled, the elderly, low income households and the family with large number of family members...
When an unprecedented amount of rain fell in Pakistan in 2010, and caused devastating floods, the disaster was headline news.
One locally based NGO immediately rushed into action to help...
The Impact of Climate Change on Women and Children in Sindh Province, Pakistan - Statement by SDTS - Safeworld Field Partner.