Sindh Emergency Response Plan

26 Oct, 2011



ESSENTIAL FOOD ITEMS for 210 Villages in 11 Districts of Sindh

Number of families reached: 30,560

Contents of food hampers: Atta, Cooking Oil, Rice, Matchbox, Sugar, Tea, Lentils, Dry Food.

Number of districts reached: 11

1. Thatta

2. Badin

3. Tando Mohammad Khan

4. Umar Kot

5. Sanghar

6. Dadu

7. Ghotki

8. Mirpurkhas

9. Khairpur

10. Naushero Feroz

11. Tharparkar

District wise Breakup:

District NameUnion CouncilsVillagesFamilies
Tandu Mohd Khan3211000
Umar Kot5114000
Mirpur Khas15429700

Total number of Villages Reached: 230 (Remote & hard to reach)

Total number of families reached: 30,560 (as of 26th Oct’2011)

Total beneficiaries= 374480


Distribution of Tents: 750

District wise Breakup:

Sangar: 250 Tents

Mirpur Khas: 500 Tetns

Rapid Assessment of Flood damages

IKF team travelled under hard and rigorous conditions to assess the flood damages and identify worst hit Union Councils for making sure that the food relief was delivered to the most deserving and marginalized communities. The field observations were substantiated with focus group discussions in 7 Districts with members of the community. School teachers, frontline health workers and young people. Data gleaned through rapid survey with active involvement of Young Village Volunteers proved useful for focusing IKF’s relief assistance towards the unreached and those communities that were remote and suffering the brunt of the floods.

Districts Reached:

  1. Badin
  2. Tando Mohammad Khan
  3. Mirpurkhas
  4. Dadu
  5. Sangar
  6. Khairpur
  • Mobilization of VYVs

In all, special efforts were made to link youth with the food distribution in the flood affected districts to ensure transparency of the delivery of the relief package and to reach the most deserving and marginalized families in the 6 Districts, that included:

  1. Tando Mohammad Khan
  2. Mirpurkhas
  3. Sangar
  4. Dadu
  5. Ghotki
  6. Khairpur

Young Village Volunteers Enrolled

As a result of the organized food delivery with the active involvement of the communities in need, IKF has successfully enrolled 150 Young Village Volunteers with the six targeted districts. These freshly enrolled YVVs carried out the rapid surveys in their communities. The YVVs have quickly become a precious resource for the IKF relief efforts and are a credible first contact in the village for follow-up action.

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