Health and Hygiene Education & Awareness Program (i.e. HIV Aids, Hepatitis, Reproductive health, TB, Breast feeding, and particularly Human Friendly Environment). Championing the congenital rights of children, (i.e. Good health and education)
Right-Based Activities (RBAs), (i.e. women empowerment, rehabilitation of the widows through vocational trainings and providing patronage to the orphans, Persons with disabilities & Elderly persons and Protection (Child protection, GBV and Minority Rights)
The main objective is to improve shelter and living condition of extremely vulnerable IDPs hosted by vulnerable families, through the provision of tents, shelters and emergency repair material as appropriate, thus reinforcing the absorption capacity of host communities.
Social Awareness, Mobilization & Advocacy (Awareness Through training, Print and electronic media, Workshops, Seminars)
The main objective in the area of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) is to contribute to the realization of children’s rights to survival and development through promotion of the sector and support to national programmes that increase equitable and sustainable access to, and use of, safe water and basic sanitation services, and promote improved hygiene.
A success story of PHPF partner (EHSAR) has been posted on the UNOCHA website. For details please click on the following link: https://www.unocha.org/story/fighting-covid-19-and-other-health-emergencies-pakistan
For details, please click the following link: http://www.ehsar.org/publications/
Pakistan may be on its way to finally ridding itself of polio, if a small environmental survey is truly representative of the country as a whole. The polio virus, which only infects humans but can spread in the environment usually through contaminated sewage or water, has been eliminated through vaccination in all but two countries, Pakistan and Afghanistan. For details visit: http://www.humanosphere.org/global-health/2016/06/pakistan-may-have-turned-a-historic-corner-in-the-battle-against-polio/#prettyPhoto
The World Health Organization has declared that the Zika virus poses a global public health emergency. The infection, which experts fear is spreading very fast, has been linked to thousands of babies being born with underdeveloped brains. This alert puts Zika in the same category of international concern as Ebola and will help fast-track research and aid toward fighting the infection for details visit https://www.yahoo.com/health/zika-virus-declared-global-health-emergency-185933502.html
The Prime Institute of Public Health offers certificate courses to interested individuals. The institute offers public health courses that are competency-based and practice-oriented. The certificate courses are open to individuals with at least 14 years of education and interests in public health. Last date for discounted registration is 10th Feb 2016 For details and online application visit http://www.piph.prime.edu.pk/index.php/academics/certificate-courses-workshops
Health and Hygiene Education & Awareness Program. Championing the congenital rights of children.
Right-Based Activities, women empowerment, rehabilitation of the widows, Child protection, Minority Rights.
The main objective is to improve shelter and living condition of IDPs, through the provision of tents, shelters and emergency repair material.
Social Awareness, Mobilization & Advocacy (Training, Workshops, Seminars).
Provide sustainable access to, and use of, safe water and basic sanitation services, and promote improved hygiene.