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Annual Report 2014

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Introduction

Sindh Community Foundation (SCF) was formed by some young and committed human rights and social workers of Hala and Hyderabad in January 2001 for improving the socio-economic conditions of rural communities and neglected segments of society, specially youth and women. It started working with small level charity actions, including holding free blood grouping and medical camps and slowly shifted to strategic interventions towards sustainable development. For that purpose it mobilized local communities on various issues at village level, formed Community- Based Groups and then transferred the same into Community-based Organizations. SCF mobilized internal and external physical, financial and human resource to become an active and efficient development organization. SCF through its inception period, striving for poverty alleviation, restoration of social activities in the rural areas through mobilizing human and physical resources, adopting community participation approach and gender development cross cutting theme. SCF is registered in Societies act XX1, 1860 under the registration number 5104 in 2007. SCF is in special consultative status with UNECOSOC since 2015. SCF is also certified with Pakistan Center for Philanthropy -PCP. SCF

 

Current Projects

The project Protect Girls against Early Marriages through Education Support Program supported under THERIGHTTOBEAGIRL by MUNDO COOPERANTE.
The project is aimed to provide educational opportunities to 50 adolescent girls (at risk of early marriages to be dropped out) to continue further education from 8th grade to matriculation through parents realization and transportation support. The project is being implemented in 10 villages of districts Tando Muhamamd Khan District.
Progress:
50 girls are continuing their education in different classes of lower secondary schools through monthly transpiration support. They are attending classes daily and their learning score is enhanced their confidence and interested to get further education is increase thus the risk of the child marriages reduced by sensitization realized by the their parents /communities in their villages.
The 50 girls who are receiving transportation support are providing coaching classes to 150 girls in all targeted areas, each girls is coaching 3 illiterate girls, adolescent, young women, who never went schools in their family neighbourhoods. This has not only protected girls against child marriages impact but also increase female literacy level in targeted 10 villages. The learners of coaching facility are now able to write and read names and able to count digits.
10 community group have been formed comprised on 10 male female activities so altogether 100 community members are engaged in promotion of girls education and promotion of awareness among their other community members on worst impact of child marriages and awareness on the la restraint child marriages in province. In each village, 20 awareness and sensitization sessions were conducted separately on importance of girls education and on legal aspects of Sindh Child Marriages Restraint Act 2013 and GBV which created sensitization among the 300 communities, 30 to 35 in each sessions which included young women and adolescent girls and boys too. These community members of the groups are advocates for the protection of girls against GBV and child marriages in specific. Concepts of gender equality were highlighted in the sessions. In these sessions SCF social mobilization staff focused on the various form of the violence against women.
 

 

 

 

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