Sanitation & Environment

PCSW&HR also has been working with UNICEF in Sanitation and Environment project. The purpose of this project was to promote the household latrine, safe drinking water and to create awareness on fundamental human health issues. In this project, PCSW&HR and hands pumps were installed to provide the facility of safe and clean water to the peoples of these villages conducted so many public latrines. During the last five years, Sanitation week is also being observed by PCSW&HR in its working Area with the collaboration of District Government and its others partners. Every year to observe the Sanitation week PCSW&HR organizes walks and ceremonies with the collaboration of local government, to highlights the importance of cleanness with Islamic point of view.

Health Education for Women

Pakistan Council for Social Welfare & Human Rights also accomplished project “Health Education for Women” with the collaboration of Green star Social Marketing – Pakistan. During this project:

- 6089 women were informed about reproductive health through home visits by field staff of PCSWHR.

- 320 Orientation Meetings for women were arranged and during these meeting 3613 women were orientated regarding women & reproductive health, child health, and importance of Family Planning.

- 167 Orientation Meeting with men were arranged and during these meeting 1683 men were orientated regarding reproductive health including Aids, Hepatitis, Family Planning etc.

- 4 Health/FP camps were arranged at different Clinics and during these camps 284 women were provided health and FP services.

- 1119 women were also imparted information about importance of small family norm and Access to Family Planning Methods/Clinics

Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) at United Nation has granted the special Consultative Status to our organization “Pakistan Council for Social
Welfare & Human Rights” (PCSW&HR) This special Consultative Status enables PCSW&HR to actively engage with ECOSOC and its subsidiary bodies, as well
as with the United Nations Secretariat, programmes, funds and agencies in a number of ways. This special consultative status entitles the PCSW&HR to
designate its official representatives to the United Nations Headquarters in New York and the United Nations offices in Geneva and Vienna. After
attaining this special consultative status with ECOSOC, the PCSW&HR’s representatives will be able to register for and participate in events,
conferences and activities of the United Nations, and organizations in general and special consultative status may designate authorized
representatives to sit as observers at public meetings of ECOSOC and its subsidiary bodies, General Assembly, Human Rights Council and other United
Nations intergovernmental decision-making bodies. Special consultative status with ECOSOC is not only honor for our organization, it is also great
honor for our country Pakistan, really it is recognition of our work for humanity, support, guidance and appreciation by all of our friends time to
time to improve our quality of work. PCSW&HR will continue its efforts for the protection of human rights, promotion of interfaith harmony, culture of
peace, justice, social tolerance and will feel great honor to work with United Nation especially ECOSOC and its subsidiary bodies and play it role to
achieve the noble goals of ECOSOC at United Nation. This special consultative status will also provide us the opportunity to promote & restore the
true soft and peaceful image of Pakistan around the world that Pakistan is peace loving nation and its people love humanity and culture of peace
without any dissemination of religions. Through the platform of ECOSOC we may also present this image around the world that in Pakistan all citizens
enjoying the equal rights and religion does not become the basis for any discrimination and our constitution does not give any superiority or
privilege to the Muslims on any ground. “May God help and guide us to serve the humanity as he desires”

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