Khameeso Goth Gemeindeentwicklungsprogramm

Contract partner: Caritas Österreich (ehemals: Österreichische Caritaszentrale)Country: Pakistan Funding amount: € 70.000,00Project start: 01.09.2006End: 31.08.2009

Short Description:

Overall goal

Das Projekt der Caritas Österreich wird in Khameeso Goth durchgeführt, wo 186 Familien unter unvorstellbaren Bedinungen in Slums leben. Mehr als 50.000 Hindus leben in den Slums von Karachi in in verfallenen Hütten, ohne Sanitäreinrichtungen, ohne Schulbildung und ohne Gesundheitsversorgung.

Projektziel ist die Verbesserung der Lebensbedingungen der Menschen im Armenviertel und die Integration der Hindu-Gemeinschaft in die umliegende muslimische Gemeinde. Die Hauptzielgruppen sind die 186 Familien (rund 1.900 Personen) von Khameeso Goth, die im Durchschnitt aus acht bis 12 Personen bestehen. Die zweite Zielgruppe sind 20 Hindu Familien und 30.000 Personen in den benachbarten Region.

Die geplanten Projektaktivitäten sind:

1) Stärkung der lokalen Kapazitäten und Gemeinde-Entwicklung

2) Gesundheitsversorgung und Ernährung (Health Post für Mutter-Kind Betreuung, Impfaktionen, Ernährung, Gesundheitsbildung, etc)

3) Volksschulbildung und Beraufsausbildung (in den Berichen Schneiderei, Tischlerei, KFZ Mechanik, Kunsthandwerk, Ausbildung von Krankenschwestern, GesundheitshelferInnen etc)

4) Hausbau

project number2319-03/2006
source of fundingOEZA
sector Andere soziale Infrastruktur und Leistungen
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