Restoration of Livelihood and community Physical infrastructure

Funded by:

UNDP

Summary:

Aftermath of floods 2010 rendered millions of people vulnerable; affecting major infrastructures in three provinces of Pakistan. Emergency & early recovery activities were initiated to provide livelihood support to uplift these affected communities. MOJAZ Foundation also contributed to bring positive changes in the lives of many. In this regard, MF implemented the project titled “Restoration of livelihood and Community Physical Infrastructure in flood affected villages” for a period of 3 months starting from December 2011 to February 2012, in 10 villages of District Muzaffargarh where 2010 floods affected a large population, depriving them of their sources of livelihood and destroying major infrastructure. The objective of the project was to inculcate resilience in the community by restoring their source of livelihood, essential infrastructure, and instilling disaster preparedness in their daily routine. To attain this objective three outcomes were defined as:

  • Strengthen local communities & capacity building.
  • Restoration of livelihood (Both on farm & Off Farm livelihood).
  • Restoration of critical community physical infrastructure.

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