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A Thank You Message

A lot of people support the Organization, Society for Grass Root Development (SGRD) but there are some people who always helped our society. They never left our organization behind. We must thankful to them. We must thankful to Mr. Alfread Chang and Mr. Khawar Yaseen. Mr. Alfread Chang lives in Penang and he is regional chief of Solar Industry. Mr. Alfread is going to support us in a project to deploy solar lights in streets of poor villages. Those villages where still load shading is an issue and where electricity is still not provided. In this project many lamps...

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We are helping people, Join Us

Recently, a Unicef warning announced that an alarming 41 million people in Pakistan lack access to adequate toilets; forcing them to defecate in public. Pakistan is in fact the third largest country, behind India and Indonesia, where people are forced to defecate in the open. This troubling practice which has become the norm for 41 million Pakistanis has profound health and nutritional consequences. Open defecation has significant consequences and it is imperative that we explore this topic. Also read: Finding a phone easier than finding a toilet: UN The city of Lahore is home to millions of people and has only 21...

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Help us to prepare poor people for new upcoming Threat

The FFC chairman said 10- year National Flood Protection Plan-IV had been prepared with estimated cost of Rs.332 billion.Kamal warned that monsoon pattern has extended to other parts of the country and it could cause super flood this year during monsoon season. ISLAMABAD: Chairman Federal Flood Commission (FFC) Ahmad Kamal on Tuesday warned that monsoon pattern has extended to other parts of the country and it could cause super flood this year during monsoon season. Briefing the National Assembly Standing Committee on Water Resources which met with Nawab Yousuf Talpur in Chair, the FFC chairman said that an addition...

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Toilet Problems in Villages

The United Nations children’s agency says 22 million Pakistanis relieve themselves in the open. In rural areas just 48 per cent of the population has access to toilets, compared with 72 per cent in the cities. Some 53,000 children die each year from diarrhoea in Pakistan after consuming polluted water, according to UN data. Typhoid, cholera, dysentery and hepatitis are common. Those who do not die “tend to see reduced capacity of their body to absorb nutrients”, says Kitka Goyol, a Unicef expert on water and hygiene. That can be a factor in stunting, which afflicts 44 per cent...

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Help Child Education

Importance of Education “The foundation of every state is the education of its youth”.Diogenes Laertius Education is very important for every human being. It makes one able to understand what is happening around us logically and clearly. Only educated person has the ability to take practical decisions and make right moves at the right time. Human existence without education is just like fecund land. Education not only enables individuals to put their potential to best use and do something productive in the upcoming future, but also plays a main role in shaping an individual to be a better, responsible...

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