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TNW Foundation Profile June 2013

  1. 1. www.thengoworld.org 2013 ZAFAR IQBAL Executive Director 6/30/2013 Brief profile
  2. 2. Founder’s Message.............................................................................................................................3 INTRODUCTION...................................................................................................................................4 Summary Of Interventions (2011-12).................................................................................................5 Summary Of Interventions (2011-2012).............................................................................................6 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT and YOUTH SOCIAL ENTERPRENEURSHIP: .......................8 POVERTY ALLEVIATION: .................................................................................................................9 EDUCATION is SOLUTION ............................................................................................................10 WASH and HEALTH .......................................................................................................................11 HUMANITARIAN ACTIONS ...........................................................................................................12 HUMANITARIAN ACTIONS ................................................................................................................13 SEASONAL PROJECTS: .......................................................................................................................14 Honors & Awards..............................................................................................................................15 Our Partnership.................................................................................................................................16 Find us:..............................................................................................................................................17 Contents
  3. 3. During the last two years TNW beneficiaries list has exceeded 300,000. To reach this figure we enjoyed generous support from our donor organizations (Mainly Light House Association from Turkey), individual philanthropists and volunteers. While two years overview is being launched I find it suitable occasion to extend my best wishes and note of thanks to all concerned stakeholders. Here I also appreciate my colleagues and partners who always stood with me and worked at their maximum potential for the cause of humanity. During this period government departments also were in best coordination with us and their facilitation made the task easy and effective. Above all, the blessings from Allah SWT enabled me to execute smoothly and safely. I am still looking for continued taufiq from Allah SWT, cooperation from colleagues’ guidance from seniors and support from the government line departments and trust from donors to lessen the sufferings of neglected segments of the society. FOUNDER’S MESSAGE
  4. 4. A Journey from e-networking to humanitarian & development set up July 2009 “THE NGO WORLD” (TNW) was initiated as an online forum of NGO sector professionals for sharing activities, knowledge, best practices, success stories, case studies, job & training opportunities and achievements. During floods Pakistan 2010 it also started humanitarian operations and managing development projects by getting registered as The NGO World Foundation (briefly called TNW Foundation). Now TNW joins hands with government functionaries, line departments, INGOs, UN agencies & other key aid agencies besides drawing its strength from communities’ active involvement in need driven development process through a participatory development initiative & community based interventions etc. Within the limits of available resources TNW also respond to human sufferings in emergency and disastrous situations anywhere all over the Pakistan regardless race, gender, ethnicity, class, location, religion, color, cultural diversity and social background; with special focus in the areas where massive population living below the poverty line”. Vision Live for others Mission To create a meaningful difference in economically & socially deprived people in a wide spectrum of segments of the society while fostering development of thought, resource & livelihood, thus making a sustainable transformation to living & assuring ultimate satisfaction of all the related stakeholders during the course of every undertaking” Core Programs: TNW operates in following areas on priority;  Professional Development & Youth Social Entrepreneurship  Poverty Alleviation (NRM) Barkat projects  Education and vocational skills  WASH and Health  Humanitarian Actions & Seasonal Programs INTRODUCTION
  5. 5. Sr Project/Intervention Program/Sector Partnership Beneficiaries Location 1 Social Media Networking for results Professional Development TNW 40,000 Around the globe 2 Professional Trainings and Capacity Building Professional Development HANDS, YES 200 Whole Pakistan 3 Youth Leadership Development Professional Development YES 130 South Punjab 4 Rida Girls Education and Skills Project Education & Literacy DF 80 Khanewal 5 Rehabilitation of Feeder Schools Education & Literacy DF, NCHD 1225 Layyah 6 Support to Deserving Students Education & Literacy DF 2464 Khanewal, Layyah, Muzaffargarh, jhang 7 Adult Literacy Centers and Awarness Education & Literacy DF, NCHD 105 Khanewal, Layyah 8 Revival of Home Based Carpet Industry Livelihood (Poverty Alleviation) DF 2800 Layyah 9 Barkat Project (Livestock) Livelihood (Poverty Alleviation) DF, FF 1162 Khanewal 10 Biosand Filter Project (Clean Water) WASH/Health DF, WASEB, WHO 7000 Khanewal, Layyah, Muzaffargarh, jhang 11 Hand Pumps Installation WASH/Health DF, NCHD 1225 Layyah 12 Permanent Latrines and Sanitation WASH/Health DF 1225 Layyah Summary Of Interventions (2011-12)
  6. 6. Sr Project/Intervention Program/Sector Partnership Beneficiaries Location 13 Free Medical Camps WASH/Health DF, PMA 1500 Layyah 14 Medicine Distribution WASH/Health DF, DWW, PIMA 50000 South Punjab 15 Psychosocial Care WASH/Health Basic Needs, HANDS 100 Layyah 16 Homes for Homeless Humanitarian Support (Shelter) DF 1610 Layyah, Muzaffargarh 17 Ramazan and Eid Gifts Humanitarian Support (Seasonal Program) DF 10000 Khanewal, Layyah, Muzaffargarh, jhang 18 Qurbani Project Humanitarian Support (Seasonal Program) DF 156292 Khanewal, Layyah, Muzaffargarh, jhang 19 Food items Distribution Humanitarian Support (Relief) DF 5250 Khanewal, Layyah, Muzaffargarh, jhang 20 NFIs Distribution Humanitarian Support (Relief) DF 53977 Khanewal, Layyah, Muzaffargarh, jhang 21 Little Acts of kindness Humanitarian Support (Seasonal Program) DF 100 Khanewal, Layyah, Muzaffargarh, jhang 22 Jahez Packages Humanitarian Support (Seasonal Program) DF 30 Layyah, Muzaffargarh 23 Fodder Seed Distribution Humanitarian Support (Agriculture and livestock) Pioneer Seeds 14000 Rajanpur 24 Reconstruction of Masjid Humanitarian support (Shelter) DF 7000 Muzaffargarh Summary Of Interventions (2011-2012)
  7. 7. TNW Programs & Achievenments WASH & Health Professional Development Humanitarian Action Education Poverty Alleviation Seasonal Projects
  8. 8. TNW has been managing training workshops on the topics related to;  Clean water issues and solutions  Youth Social Entrepreneurship and leadership development  Social Mobilization & Community Development  Poverty alleviation models  Effective Use of Social Media and networking  Effective NGO management  Awareness and social development The main goal of this program is to create cadre of leaned and professionally well equipped folks (youth, professionals & community activists) who could play the role for social well being with better performance. Under this umbrella program we try to manage the things which are affordable to all segments of society without compromising on quality of deliverables. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND YOUTH SOCIAL ENTERPRENEURSHIP: During the years we have been able to convey the required information & knowledge to more than 25000 people.
  9. 9. v POVERTY ALLEVIATION: TNW initiates intervention about Poverty Alleviation & rural development under title “BARKAT” (Blessing/enhanced). NRM, agri extension and entrepreneurship development are taken as key of success regarding people’s uplift. Poverty Alleviation is actually the key thrust for a deprived economy like Pakistan where 40 % of peopulation lives below poverty line. TNW has launched a Mudarbah based Islamic Microfinance project (Barkat) in UCs Monganwala, Kohiwala & Okanwala of Tehsil Kabeerwala of District Khanewal Pakistan. In pilot phase the organization has started distributing 100 cows and 200 goats’ among the poor livestock farming groups, women and youth of the area to sustain their livelihoods and to make them productive entrepreneurs. This one model has following major activities; 1) Situation analysis & need assessment 2) Social mobilization (community organization) 3) Animals handing over to screened beneficiaries 4) Extension services (Trainings & awareness) 5) Treatment and artificial insemination 6) Monitoring evaluation and reporting
  10. 10. EDUCATION IS SOLUTION TNW believes that education is the best solution of all social issues prevailing in the underserved & oppressed societies. Awareness, opportunities, quality and support are key components of our initiatives regarding education as solution TNW has successfully planned and executed activities to support the cause of educational support to the target communities. Here is list of interventions which are established with support of stakeholders; Flood 2010 devastated 22 Feeder Schools in Layyah district creating problem for 1225 boys & girls. TNW took the responsibility to rebuild these schools and REVIVE education journey of the students of far off areas. Along with building related facilities like, WASH furniture, stationary and bags were also provided. 3000 flood affected students were also given gifts comprised of their daily needs. Under imitative “RIDA” 100 girls are getting education above matriculation level. Some of these are those girls who have restarted their education as they had terminated the process after completing 10th class a few years back due to unavailability of local facility and resources to move to nearby cities for this purpose. Under initiative “ZEST” poor students are identified and given talent scholarship to help them continue their educational journey until they are able to contribute towards the uplift of their own families and influenced ones. Provision of VOCATIONAL SKILLS to the girls/women to generate income is another important segment of TNW educational interventions.
  11. 11. WASH AND HEALTH critical situation of health facilities along with poor WASH conditions is contributing negatively towards social development of the country. Only unsafe water is causing around 50% diseases in Pakistan TNW is continuously taking initiatives to improve poor people’s health by creating awareness about health & hygiene and implementing schemes for clean water and better sanitation conditions. Seminars and conferences, , celebrating World water Day to raise awareness, about clean drinking water and sanitation conditions Promotion of Biosand Water Filter(BSF) technology (trainings and installation) as a solution of safe drinking water. Trainings to the practitioners, professionals, students, volunteers and academia about BSF technology, installation and use. During floods Pakistan 2010 TNW installed 1000 biosand water filters among affected families, installed 22 hand pumps at school, constructed 42 permanent latrines and developed a proper low cost sanitation system in Light House model village district Layyah Free medical camps to provide opportunities to the poor people to consult qualified doctors about their health issues and get free medicine. 1000s poor patients has been supported in these free camps especially during disaster. In Layyah TNW completed a pilot project of providing psycho social care to the 100 mentally ill people especially due to stress of disaster.
  12. 12. HUMANITARIAN ACTIONS Calamity & Disasters require a lot of attention, hard work, dedication & passion to help the affected ones. TNW has been fully engage during & after devastating floods Pakistan 2010 and successfully completed projects on relief, early recovery and rehabilitation. TNW launched this program by responding devastating floods Pakistan 2010 during which almost one- fifth of Pakistan's total land area was underwater. According to Pakistani government data the floods directly affected about 20 million people, Following projects were completed successfully TNW distributed around 230,000 relief item (food & non food) of 350 types among more than 7711 affected families on 72 affected locations southern Punjab districts. Restoration of Carpet Weaver’s Livelihood: Layyah (UC Kotla Haji Shah) 263 units of small scale household carpet industry were destroyed. TNW launched and successfully completed the project for restoration of primary source of income of 1200 affected families by constructing the carpet weaving sheds. Installation of 1000 biosand water filters ensuring provision of clean water to 7000 flood affected people Construction of homes to provide permanent shelter to 220 families who lost their roof during the disaster including establishment of two small model villages
  13. 13. HUMANITARIAN ACTIONS Calamity & Disasters require a lot of attention, hard work, dedication & passion to help the affected ones. TNW has been fully engage during & after devastating floods Pakistan 2010 and successfully completed projects on relief, early recovery and rehabilitation. TNW launched this program by responding devastating floods Pakistan 2010 during which almost one-fifth of Pakistan's total land area was underwater. According to Pakistani government data the floods directly affected about 20 million people, Following projects were completed successfully 1. TNW distributed around 230,000 relief item (food & non food) of 350 types among more than 7711 affected families on 72 affected locations southern Punjab districts. 2. Restoration of Carpet Weaver’s Livelihood: Layyah (UC Kotla Haji Shah) 263 units of small scale household carpet industry were destroyed. TNW launched and successfully completed the project for restoration of primary source of income of 1200 affected families by constructing the carpet weaving sheds. 3. Installation of 1000 biosand water filters ensuring provision of clean water to 7000 flood affected people 4. Construction of homes to provide permanent shelter to 220 families who lost their roof during the disaster including establishment of two small model villages RAMZAN & QURBANI PROJECTS: During the holy month of Ramazan 2011 & 12, TNW identified the most deserving families including widows, orphans and disables and provided them food/ration packs to include them in happy moments of Ramzan and Eid ul fitr. In this project TNW provided Ramzan & eid gits to 679 in 2011 and 543 in 2012 deserving families. Along with rations packages TNW distributes clothes and eid gifts among orphans and manage Aftar program. Iftar programs for poor and orphans were also managed. Sacrifice, commonly known as Qurbani, means slaughter of an animal in the name of Allah on the 10th, 11th or 12th of the Islamic month of Zil Hijjah. The purpose of this act was to fulfill Sunnat e Ibrahimi and to help the poor flood affected people and other underserved communities. In these occasions more than poor 20000 families were provided meat to include them in happy moments of eid and bring smile on their faces.
  14. 14. SEASONAL PROJECTS: TNW with support of donors and philanthropists respond to disasters and extends support to the most deserving and underserved families on different occasions (festivals and Eids). The purpose of such support initiatives is to include these segments of society in moments of happiness RAMAZAN PROJECT During the holy month of Ramazan 2011 & 12, TNW identified the most deserving families including widows, orphans and disables and provided them food/ration packs to include them in happy moments of Ramzan and Eid ul fitr. In this project TNW provided Ramzan & eid gits to 679 in 2011 and 543 in 2012 deserving families. Along with rations packages TNW distributes clothes and eid gifts among orphans and manage Aftar program. Iftar programs for poor and orphans were also managed QURBANI PROJECT Sacrifice, commonly known as Qurbani, means slaughter of an animal in the name of Allah on the 10th, 11th or 12th of the Islamic month of Zil Hijjah. The purpose of this act was to fulfill Sunnat e Ibrahimi and to help the poor flood affected people and other underserved communities. In these occasions more than poor 20000 families were provided meat to include them in happy moments of eid and bring smile on their faces.
  15. 15. The humanitarian & development initiatives of “The NGO World” won appreciation and were acknowledged at various levels. Authorities recognized TNW efforts for the cause of humanity. Its example includes; President Deniz Feneri (turkey) Mr. MEHMET CENGIZ awarded Founder/Executive Director of The NGO World Foundation on best performance. He presented him a shield during inaugural ceremony of projects on 25th of December 2011 at Layyah. Mr. Ahmad Ali Olak (Minister Agri & livestock Punjab) and DCO Layyah were also present at the occasion. Mr. MEHMET CENGIZ said that we are happy and thankful to The NGO World on using funds from Turkish people in an efficient manner. Director General of Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) Punjab acknowledges and appreciates the joint efforts of “The NGO World” and Deniz Feneri for helping flood affected people of Layyah and Muzaffargarh districts. He issued a letter that was presented by DCO Layyah in an Inaugural Ceremony of projects on 25th of December 2011 at Layyah. General Manager NCHD Layyah and EDO-E Layyah forwarded appreciation towards The NGO World on successful completion of rehabilitation process of 22 feeder schools destroyed during floods 2010, benefiting 1225 poor school children. During Ramadan package distribution ceremony at Layyah office, District Coordination Officer Layyah Mr. Mushtaq Anjum acknowledged and appreciated (by writing comments) the efforts of The NGO World for its support to flood victims of Layyah District. Executive Director “The NGO World” was invited to deliver a case study on successful coordination between donor and implementing partner at UN conference on LDCs (civil society forum) Istanbul on 09-05-2011. During Farz Foundation 2nd National Conference on Islamic Micro finance 2012 on 3rdNovember at University of Veterinary and animal Sciences (UVAS) Lahore.” Mr. Executive Director of The NGO World presented “Barakah Project “(livestock for poverty reduction), that was appreciated by the experts and awarded as best case study. Award was presented by Justice Khalil ur Rahman (renowned shria advisor on Islamic Finance). HONORS & AWARDS
  16. 16. TNW love to work in collaborations. We believe that cooperation and collaborations can multiply the impact of projects. Sharing capacities, knowledge, expertise and resources speed up the process of development with better results. In last two years TNW has established some successful collaborations and partnership with many local, national and international organizations for the sake of improving living standard of the target community. 1. Deniz Feneri: It is a well established Turkish organization working globally. Its main focus is to target the disaster affected populations along with developmental initiatives. TNW is working with DF since 2010 and completed many projects of humanitarian support in response to floods 2010. Now both organizations have also jointly initialed interventions for poverty alleviation. 2. Basic Needs and HANDS: Basic Needs Australia and HANDS supported TNW for psychosocial support of mentally ill people and also we collaborate in trainings. 3. World Health Organization: With support of WHO we took initiatives to provide safe drinking water to flood affected communities. 4. Doctors World Wide/PIMA: DWW Turkey sent a huge quantity of medicine during floods that were distributed and used for health improvement of poor affected communities by Pakistan Islamic Medical Association (PIMA). 5. NDMA/PDMA: TNW follows the instructions and gets NOCs from national and provincial disaster management authorities regarding disaster response initiatives. 6. NCHD Pakistan: TNW in collaboration with National Commission for Human Development (NCHD) is working for improving educational situation in Pakistan through Adult literacy program and Feeder School’s project. 7. Farz Foundation: TNW is replicating Islamic Microfinance Model of Farz Foundation Pakistan. 8. WASEB: TNW is using technical expertise of WASEB on clean water initiatives. 9. Al-Hijrah Trust: TNW plays its role along with Al-Hijrah Trust to support the cause of “Education for Poor Talented Student”. 10. YES Pakistan: TNW is working with Youth Engagement Services Pakistan to promote youth social entrepreneurship in Pakistan. 11. Pioneer Seed and Ramzan Farm OUR PARTNERSHIP
  17. 17. FIND US: www.thengoworld.org Central office 20-G, shah rukne-e-alam colony Multan. Ph# +92-61-6778562 Cell# +92-3006718562. Email: thengoworld@yahoo.com Field Presence Pul Rangu, Anaytpur, Tehsil Kabirwala, District Khanewal. Cell # +92-3346005008. Email: thengoworld@yahoo.com RIDA Center: Mahni sayal, Tehsil Kabirwala, District Khanewal. Cell # +92-3006718562. Email: thengoworld@yahoo.com Qasba Gujrat: Basti chan wali, Tehsil kotadu District Muzaffargarh. Cell# +92-3006718562. Email: thengoworld@yahoo.com Waryam Wala: Ch# 487/JB, Tehsil Shorkot, District Jhang. Cell# +92-3006718562. Email: thengoworld@yahoo.com Light House: Basti Light House near kukarwala, Tehsil & District Layyah. Cell# +92-3006718562. Email: thengoworld@yahoo.com Al-Noor Digital X-Ray center opp. THQ Melsi District Vehari Cell# 0302-2830801. Email: khanewaldao@hotmail.com

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