With the close of 2015, our organization completed eight years of serving the people of Khairo Dero, a settlement of about 500 houses, roughly 3,500 people, located 25 kilometers from Larkana city in Sindh, Pakistan. As you know, our project is focused on integrated rural development with the aim of creating a model of village development at the community level that can be replicated elsewhere. As we reach this landmark, we thought we would share with you our experience and successes over these years.
Welcome to your quarterly newsletter. This time around, in addition to updating you on all our projects and accomplishments in the last three months, we will also be seeking your urgent assistance with fund-raising to keep our work going. More on that later in the update.
Welcome to your newsletter for the quarter ended June. Despite the searing hot summer in our project village of Khairo Dero, district Larkana, Sindh, Pakistan, we’ve had a very busy three months.
Welcome to your first newsletter of 2015. We’ve made a great start to the new year in our project village of Khairo Dero and look forward to getting a lot more done in the rest of the year.
Welcome to your final newsletter of 2014. We’re happy to update you on a busy quarter we’ve had in our project village in Khairo Dero and we’re excited to report that our work is expanding and flourishing.
Welcome to your third newsletter of 2014. We continue to make progress toward our aim of creating a model village that can be replicated and are happy to share this past quarter’s developments with you.
On Oct. 5, 2014, villagers of Khairo Dero held their first ever protest rally in history by coming out onto the streets to protest against a gunfire attack on the village home of the founder/managing trustee of Ali Hasan Mangi Memorial Trust. No one was hurt in the attack and no one was apprehended. Hundreds of men, women and children walked through the village shouting slogans in support of the Trust.
Welcome to your Summer 2014 newsletter. We have a lot to share with you about the work we’ve been doing in our project village of Khairo Dero, district Larkana, Sindh, Pakistan, in the past quarter.
Welcome to your first newsletter of 2014. We’ve had an action-packed quarter and we’re excited about the start we’ve made this year.
We’ve spent a good part of the last several months building our team and training them on our purpose and mission. Instead of using titles and ranks, we all like to identify ourselves as community workers assigned to various projects and tasks.