A Kaleidoscope of SRSP’s Interventions in Merged Districts (MDs) 2018-19

The outgoing year marks thirty years of consistent hard work of Sarhad Rural Support Programme (SRSP) for the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province including the Merged Districts. We have served as a catalyst, creating opportunities for people living in poverty to realise their potential for a better tomorrow through our development and humanitarian programme. We empower people to live improved lives, while also ensuring their voices are heard and that they are fully engaged in planning and improving services to meet their needs. This newsletter provides an insight into our programme in the Merged Districts in the year 2018-2019- the duration that witnessed a landmark decision on the merger of the Federally Administrated Tribal Areas into KP. The briefs presented here bring to light the contribution of the people of this region, the Government of Pakistan, donor agencies, and SRSP and their commitment to tackle the real and significant challenges. Together we can, and are, enabling transformation and supporting
people to live full and meaningful lives.”

An evaluation of 3 Village Banks in District Chitral established under GEF Fund, DFAT Aus.

SRSP Response to Complex Emergencies

This report provides an insight into SRSP’s relief and humanitarian work carried out in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA in partnership with local communites, national and International organisations to address development challenges of internal displacement as a result of the military operation in 2009, the devastation 2010 floods and the continued human displacement in this region.

A Photographic Journey of PEACE

The people of Malakand Division have endured unimaginable hardships and trauma in the past few years. About two million people were displaced from their homes during the crisis in 2009 during the military operation launched by the government of Pakistan. Then, in 2010, the region was hit by the catastrophic floods that affected about 1.2 million and led to the loss of about 2,000 lives. The districts of Swat, Upper Dir, Lower Dir, and Shangla.

Community Based Drinking Water Supply Schemes Assessment

An assessment of Community Based Drinking Water Supply Schemes in 6 Districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa inclusive of Newly Merged Tribal District.

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