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AHD Constructed Community Primary Model School at Kharo Chhan, The school AHD is proposing to build in Kharo Chann is the first time such a project is being taken on by the group. Read more
  Women Empowerment Program
 

Rural Women Empowerment Program (under Gender Reform Action Plan Funds) by Ministry of Women Development, Govt. of Sindh.

Women skills and livelihood development has always been major focus of AHD operations as they are the most marginalized and vulnerable groups of our society especially in rural Sindh. For mitigation of their sufferings and deprivations AHD started to develop their skills of handicraft, embroidery and similar technical skills at District Dadu so that they can improve their living standards and livelihood. With funding from Ministry of Women Development, AHD has two operational well equipped institutes performing at district Dadu exclusively for rural women to improve their livelihood and prepare them according to demands of changing world around them. These institute’s details are as below:

  • Bakhtawar Institute of Modern Vocational and Development Studies

This institute is performing at Taluka Johi of District Dadu in full capacity since November 2008 to educate women on vocational and development studies. At this center cutting, stitching, embroidery and showpiece making is taught to women along with development studies that help them learn on their rights and improve their livings.

60 women in three shifts are enrolled at this institute and attend the institute on regularly basis.

  • Ibex Institute of Modern Information Systems and Technologies

This component of project is designed to help educated rural women equip themselves with modern technologies and learn on demand of modern world accordingly. At this institute women are taught office automation systems along with different information systems that are necessary to improve their jobs at government and non-government organizations. 20 latest fully equipped computers are networked through wireless equipments at this institute and 3 shifts of 40 students each are facilitated at this institute by highly qualifies staff.

 

   
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