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Emergency Assistance to Flood Affected Families in Nowshera-Pakistan - 2010

After the proper survey and selection of most flood affected people,  NWHO distributed non food items to 120 families in Nowshera (Mishaq Village) in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.  The kits were distributed to the verified flood survivors. Photogallery

     
 

New World Hope Organization Flood Relief Operation 2010

NWHO launched its relief and rehabilitation program for flood relief victims on 29 July, 2010, by sending out a field team to survey the affected areas and finalize sites for health camps, and food distribution. The main components of the program included food and non-food items, health camps and water tanks for drinking water. Rapid assessment in flood affected areas in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 02 Aug 2010.

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New World Hope’s Emergency Health Project 2010

New World Hope Organization sent mobile health teams (the teams comprised of male and female doctors, dispensers, hygiene promoters and helpers), ambulances and medicine to in flood affected areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) region to provide critical emergency health care to children and families affected by the recent flooding from the monsoon rains. 04 Mobile Health Units were established in the KPK region

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Distribution of women shawls to flood affected families in Charsadda (KPK )

In response to the tragic humanitarian disaster, New World Hope Organization distributed 500 women shawls to the 500 flood affected women in Village Shabara ( KPK) with the support of Shanti Volunteer Association (SVA) on 04 October, 2010.

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Hygiene Kits distribution to 500 flood affected families in Flood Affected District Charsadda-Pakistan

On October 10, 2010, In partnership with Shanti Volunteer Association (SVA), New World Hope Organization (NWHO) distributed 500 hygiene kits to the 500 flood affected families In order to improve living conditions of flood affected people in Village “Chik Hissar Akbar Abad (Charsadda),

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Distribution of Meal ready to eat (MRE) packets to flood affected family in Nowshera and Charsadda districts

In response to the Pakistan Floods 2010, with the support of Shanti Volunteer Association (SVA), New World Hope Organization (NWHO) has distributed a total of 7,000 Meal ready to eat (MRE) packets to the most needed flood affected people for their lunch and dinner for two weeks in Nowshera and Charsadda Districts. These cooked food packets were distributed to a total of 3500 families. SVA and NWHO started Cooked Food Distribution Program on Sep 24, 2010.

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  NWHO Non formal schooling project 2010 for flood affected children in KPK

NWHO set up Non Formal Schools in the Nowshera District to allow students aged 5 to 20 to continue their education after the flood 2010 and  also taught basic life skills such as proper hand-washing and hygiene.  NWHO has also distributed textbooks, school bags and stationery to flood affected children of Sartaj Abad and Yousaf Abad.

Math, Urdu, English, Islamiyat and art are among the subjects taught to 300  students at a non-formal schools run by NWHO in Sartaj Abad and Yousaf Abad Villages (Flood affected Villages). Eid gifts of shalwaar suits for the children were distributed by NWHO two days before Eid.  Photogallery

     
 
UN seal the deal campaign- NWHO collected thousands of signatures for action on climate change

New World Hope Organization encouraged our people to become involved in Seal the Deal Campaign. The NWHO called on people to support UN seal the deal campaign by organizing a series of events such as, NWHO organized Lectures of environment awareness on climate change and a clean up campaign in Schools and Colleges in Pakistan. The events attracted many young people who were delighted to take such action and to have a say in protecting the planet. Thousands of students in Pakistan (Urban and Rural Areas of the country) supported the Seal the Deal! Campaign by signing the Climate Petition. Photogallery
     
 

School Earthquake Safety and Preparedness Training Programs In Cordova Educational System ( 2009)

The School Earthquake Safety and Preparedness Training project was started in 2009 with a purpose to promote a culture of earthequke safety in the schools of Pakistan.Photogallery

     
 
Training Workshop Human Rights Based Approaches to Development
New World Hope Organization organized a training workshop on Human Rights Based Approaches to Development from 06-07 December 2007 at Deen plaza, Institute of A1 Skill (Skill Development Council), Taxila. Pakistan. Photogallery
     
 

Million Tree Campaign in Pakistan 2009

In 2008, Chairman of NEW WORLD HOPE ORGANIZATION Muhammad Ajmal Khan inaugurated the Spring Tree Planting Campaign 2008 by planting 200,000 saplings and the NWHO also gave 50000 plants to schools and citizens of Nowshera to plant trees in their yards. During this Campaign in Pakistan 01 Million saplings will be planted by the end of 2010 all over the country by NWHO teams, with involvement of general public, NGOs and corporate sector.Photogallery

     
 
Educational Projects

NWHO is supporting the Several educational programs
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Over 275,000 Trees Planted at 75 Sites Throughout Country in 2007

The Tree Planting campaign was launched by the New World Hope Organization in 2007 with the objective of making a "green world". NWHO successfully completed tree planting project of 2007 and planted over 275,000 trees at 75 sites throughout Pakistan in 2007.
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NWHO Distributed Medicines Among Refugees in Afghan Camp Akora Khattak Camp (2007)

NWHO visited Akora Khattak Afghan refugee cam. where thousands of newly arrived afghan refugees were living without basic living facilities. The teams checked many ill children, women & men; and distributed medicines among them. team of doctors of NWHO took part in the camp where nearly 1000 patients were treated in 2 days.
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School Earthquake Safety and Preparedness Training Programs In
Alqalam Ideal School ( 2009)


The School Earthquake Safety and Preparedness Training project was started in 2009 with a purpose to promote a culture of earthequke safety in the schools of Pakistan.Photogallery
     
 

Training Workshop on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction

The Training workshop on Climate change and disaster risk reduction was held in Jhelum, Pakistan, on 5 November 2009, and Organized by New World Hope Organization. The workshop was attended by about 35 participants.  Photogallery

     
 
Medical Camps

NWHO has a tradition of establishing free medical camps in areas where permanent health facilities are non-existent.  Photogallery
     
 

Water Provision Program In Afghan Refugees Camp (2006-2008)

This project is aimed at to provide access to clean drinking water to Afghan Refugees settled in Akora Khattak Camp, Kohat and Wah Cantt-Pakistan.  Photogallery

     
 

School Earthquake Safety and Preparedness Training Programs In
New Al-Hijra Girls High School ( 2009)


This is a two year project, extendable to 5 years, starting from First January 2009. The first year has been successfully completed. Activities will be same in both years. However, every year, 05 new schools will be added in each district. Photogallery


     
 
Food Distribution in Afghan Refugees Camp in Akora Khattak- 2008

NWHO in coordination with its volunteers distributed and served hot meals to the refugee children and women in Akora Khattak.This distribution was for the poor and needy people of Afghan Refugees who have been suffering from disaster (war) and natural disaster (drought) for 25 years.  Photogallery
     
 
     
 
NWHO Distributed Child Blankets & Winter Jackets Among Refugees. December, 2007

In January 2008,The winter relief project in Afghan Camp in Akora Khattak has been planned to help 500 families and vulnerable children because some refugee children in Akora Khattak Afghan refugee camp died due to harsh cold weather. NWHO distributed necessary supplies for refugees in the camps so that they could live through the severe winter. 850 winter jackets and 400 Child blankets were distributed.
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  School Earthquake Safety and Preparedness Training Programs In
New Al-Hijra Girls High School & Degree College ( 2009)


The School Earthquake Safety and Preparedness Training project was started in 2009 with a purpose to promote a culture of earthequke safety in the schools of Pakistan.

The learning level of the students, who are the future of any country, depends also on the learning level of the teachers. There is greater need children’s education as well as training of master trainers in schools on earthquake preparedness. In this project, NWHO staff work to mitigate hazards and to provide basic disaster awareness and earthquake preparedness training.  Photogallery

     
 
New World Hope Skill Development Project

In 2006, The Skills Development Project was created with the aim of helping the neediest, and giving skills to poor and illiterate people The A1 Skills Trade Promotion & Training Organization Project was established in 2006 and registered with Skill development council, With an objective to continuously improving education and social status of Pakistan and other world countries, NWHO has dedicated itself to a new dimension of extending help to the under-privileged community.

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Talent Awards Ceremony and NWHO announced to give the books and fee of needy students

The Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony of New Al-Hijra Girls High School & New Al-Hijra Degree College was held on, 31 March 2008 in New Al-Hijra Degree College in honour of those students who had earned top positions as well as in their internal qualifying examinations,
On the occasion, New World Hope Organization gave away the prizes to the top position holder students as well as NWHO also announced to give books, fee and any other sort of assistance to the needy and poor students during session 2008-09 and in future also, who could not afford fee, uniforms and books.  Photogallery

     
 
NWHO Distributed Food items and Relief Goods in Akora Refugees Camp, 25 November 2007

The NWHO, on 25 November 2007 arranged distribution of food items and other relief goods for the deserving families at Akora Khattak Afghan camp. The food items were considered to be supplementary food supply for a starving population and targeting 534 street children and their families.
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Million Tree Campaign in Pakistan ( 2008)

In 2008, Chairman NEW WORLD HOPE ORGANIZATION Muhammad Ajmal Khan inaugurated the Spring Tree Planting Campaign 2008 by planting 200,000 saplings and the NWHO also gave 50000 plants to schools and citizens of Nowshera to plant trees in their yards. During this Campaign in Pakistan 01 Million saplings will be planted by the end of 2010 all over the country by NWHO teams, with involvement of general public, NGOs and corporate sector. Tree Planting Campaign Target includes Planting 02 lac saplings in Punjab, 01 lac in Sindh, 02 lac in North West Frontier Province, Pakistan (NWFP), 03 lac in Balochistan, 01 lac in Pakistani administered Kashmir , 01 lac  in Northern Areas of Pakistan. Photogallery
     
 
New World Hope Alshifa Clinic & Maternity Home

NWHO established the New World Hope Alshifa Clinic & Maternity Home in 2008, NWHO successfully operates healthcare clinic in Rawalpindi. which provide free medical services to the poor families in surrounding areas and afgan refugees located between Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Photogallery
 
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