SHED believes in accountability and transparency to the donors, line departments, communities and other relevant stakeholders and captures its activities being undertaken under the projects. The pictures are shared with donors along with other reporting requirements which reflect SHED’s achievements.
SHED team in collaboration with UNOCHA –PHPF is implementing Health project in response to Covid-19 pandemic in District Peshawar. Project is targeting 97 Health h Facilities for the provision of the project components which includes capacity building/ trainings of Medical Officers, Health Management Staff and LHW, provision of PPEs Kits, Psycho- Social support , reactivation of health committees and provision SRH Medicines.
SHED with the financial support of UN agencies and international donors have implemented health projects in the context of humanitarian and development. These projects were implemented in five districts of Newly Merged District and other parts of KP and Punjab. The projects were mainly focused on provision of primary health care services, installation of Pre-Fabricated health facilities, BEmONC, CEmONC, psycho-social support, formation of health village committees, referral mechanism, provision of free medicines, provision of medical & non medical equipment, furniture, capacity building of health staff, MNCH services, and distribution of health cards and awareness campaigns. SHED also constructed fully equipped labor rooms, waiting areas, and provided WASH facilities. Moreover trainings were imparted to LHVs on Antenatal, Natal and Post Natal Care and provided newborn baby kits, safe delivery kits and dignity kits to pregnant women. Main donors of the Health Projects were UNOCHA-PHPF, UNHCR-RAHA, UN-WHO, UNFPA, and Johanniter International.
SHED has vast experience of working in the education sector in KP (including newly merged districts) and Punjab Provinces to enhance access to quality education. The education activities are ranged from construction of schools to provision of school supplies, installation of TLCs, capacity building of teachers and PTCs, enrollment campaigns, provision of missing facilities, provision of library corners, formation of child brigades, quiz and essay competitions, provision of WASH facilities in schools, sessions on importance of education specially for girls education, and plantation in schools. The education projects also focused on Afghan Refugees education which focused on understanding of Urdu language as medium of instructions in schools, rehabilitation of Afghan Refugee schools in Refugees Villages. The education projects were financially and technically supported by UNOCHA-PHPF, UNHCR-RAHA, and USAID (NRSP).
SHED believes in working with communities with integrated approach for sustainable development and has worked in the sector of livelihoods through implementation of projects which make sure to increase their income through skills development, boosting their agriculture with adoptation of modern techniques and rehabilitation of infrastructure. SHED has been able to successfully involve men and women to utilize their local resources to enhance livelihoods opportunities for their communities.
In response to the devastating flood in 2010, SHED has constructed 200 permanent houses for the flood-affected population in districts Charssada and Swat. Besides the construction of permanent houses, the organization has also constructed permanent schools, labour rooms in health facilities and installed pre-fabricated health facilities in the Temporary Displaced Persons (TDPs) areas of return. The organization distributed NFIs in various communities to support the TDPs.