Component Sharing Model :
model that has evolved from Orangi is the component
sharing concept of development with people and government
as partners. The illustration is, there are two levels of
a modern sanitation system:
development comprising of:
Inside the house - sanitary latrine,
In the lane - underground sewerage line and
Secondary or collector sewerage.
constitute 70 per cent of the total system. People have shown
that this level can be self-financed, managed and maintained.
development which constitutes:
sewer/natural nala development
remains like the water mains the responsibility of the government.
model of low cost sanitation in Orangi is being replicated
by NGOs/CBOs, Official agencies- the Karachi Metropolitan
Corporation (KMC), and by the many Town Administrations where
OPP-RTI and partners are providing support. The National Sanitation
Policy, prepared by the Govt.in 2006, includes the model for
adoption. In Nov’2006 the Karachi Water and Sewerage
Board (KWSB) adopted the OPP-RTI proposal for sewage disposal
and drainage for Karachi, as its S-III plan (now costing Rs.25
billion). With KWSB consultants finalizing the detail designs
and prequalification of contractors, part wise contracting,
work is in progress. Construction of TP-IV in Korangi and
inviting tenders for upgrading of TP-I & TP-III is in
process. KMC continues to fund and implement the OPP-RTI designed
nala development (box drain) projects for the city, as well
as other similarly designed projects all over the city. For
186 goths and 45 nearby abadis in Karachi, total 43 sewerage/drainage
projects are at various stages of design and implementation.
request advisory support is being provided to the KMC for
external development all over Karachi. Partners CDSP in Uch
Sharif and Ahmedpur East, OPE in Gujranwala, Sahil in Naushehra
Virkan, Hamet in Bahawalpur, Race in Jalalpur Pirwala/Kehror
Pucca/Lodhran, Shed in Yazman, GUID in Multan, SDO in Mailsi,
OHD, PWO and NSF in Jampur, SWDSO, RAWDO in Sanghar, WWO in
Sakrand, SRDO in Samaro, ZHO in Shahdadpur and GDO in Keror
Lal Eason, are providing advisory support to govt. agencies
and facilitating expansion of work in their city/town as well
as in the nearby towns and villages. Details are in their
reports in section 1.6. of
the 148th quarterly progress report
is being made to strengthen partner NGOs/CBOs so that they
can function as support organisations. Three aspects are focused
1) social and technical skills 2) the organizational setup
and 3) the financial system. Misereor has extended grant to
support NGOs/CBOs to initiate/strengthen the sanitation programs.
In addition to supporting community groups, CBOs and NGOs
in Karachi support is extended, as needed, to partner’s
mostly in Punjab/Sindh provinces. Details are in section 1.6
the 148th quarterly progress report as
well as in the partner’s progress reports regularly
compiled by each.
with NGOs/CBOs and Government outside Karachi
Development Support Program (CDSP) - Uch Sharif
town has a population of about 75,000. The sanitation program
was initiated by NGO Conservation and Rehabilitation Centre
(CRC) in 1999. Earlier mapping and documentation of the city,
showed total 725 lanes, with mostly shallow open drains, where
frequently sewage overflowed due to lack of or inadequate
disposal. With OPP-RTI’s assistance a conceptual Master
Plan for sewage disposal was prepared for Uch city and presented
to the Govt. By 2002 the 3 proposed projects for main sewers
(estimated at Rs. 1.18 million) were completed by the govt.
Earlier CRC and now CDSP continues to plan, guide and supervise
the work of the govt. agencies for the external development
projects as well as road construction and lane paving, so
that sewers are laid before hand. Total 53,082 rft main sewers
laid by the govt. Sultan Jahanian 1860 rft main sewerage line
on going (total 960 rft. completed, last period 600 rft.)
by govt have been supervised (most planned by CRC/CDSP), while
desilting, replacement/repair of existing main sewers is regularly
advocated and their implementation is monitored.
April’11 the organizational setup has changed, the program
is now being extended thru the Community Development Support
Program (CDSP). Core fund support continues. Settlements coming
up in the periphery of the city and rural areas are being
focused. Union Council wise mapping is complete. A sewerage
plan for nearby developed city areas was presented to PPP-MPA
and PHED for approval. External work by PHED, for the rehabilitation
of Jagpura main sewer 1900 rft. was completed last period.
Mapping of Mahand (rural) completed last period, Saif Ghaloo
is in progress.
work of internal sanitation completed is 368 lane sewers (3
this period) 59,676 rft. and 2 secondary sewers, 4,298 rft.
serving as disposal for total 2,958 houses, with people investing
total Rs. 12,333,765. For more lane sewers mobilization and
technical support is in progress. Govt. officials and community
activists are in regular contact. With seven EM-Sewage Treatment
Units (STU) constructed in Kot Khalifa, Shams colony, Nawaz
Lashari, Basti Sweetra,Basti Gopang and Channi goth. EM-STU
in Kot Khalifa rectified last period. There are few more requests
of EM-STU for few of them mobilization meetings and technical
survey have been held.
communities in the nearby towns of Ahmedpur East and Alipur,
were also mobilized, here work was completed in total 75 lane
sewers and 4 govt. laid trunk sewers. Last period mapping
and documentation of Ahmedpur East restarted.
Contact details are: Tahir Maqbool Nawazabad Colony,Uch Shareef,Distt.Bahawalpur.
Phone:0300-6851658. E-mail: email@example.com
Pan Environment (OPE) - Gujranwala
community mobilization and support for internal development
continues, for external sanitation there is coordination with
the govt. for main/sec. and lane paving. Area MPA, agreed
to extend support in self help work and requested OPE to monitor
the work under taken by WASA. Last period in four lanes paving
was undertaken thru MPA funds. Earlier meeting held with MPA,
Toufeeq Ahmed Butt, who reitrated that wherever work on a
trunk sewer will start in NA-96 OPE will monitor this work.
Meeting with the union council Chairman and Vice Chairman,
UC-80/44, 43/7, 75/39 and 81/45. For expansion of work, mapping
is being focused, of one UC 80/44, work was completed last
period. Of more Ucs will be started after completion of demarcation
work by govt. last period training of 3 lane managers on organizational
aspects of self help lane sewers and 6 masons on technical
aspects undertaken. OPP-RTI team member periodically visits
to understand and guide the work.
work completed in the city has been 258 lane sewers (4 last
period), and 21 secondary sewers of total 77,964 rft. serving
as disposals for total 5,896 houses. People’s investment
in latrines, lane and secondary sewers has been Rs. 21.265
million. Four self help lane sewers laid; all were paved by
area MPA. Additional 103 lanes and 20 secondary sewers were
laid by the community supported by NGO AWF and the UNDP plus
program. Managaer PRSP, Gujranwala and WASA supervisior from
UC 81/45 were briefed on the work & approach of OPE. This
period report not received.
details are: Mohammad Ilyas, 30,Foot Bazaar Street-7,C/Block,post
office,Climaxabad, Shaheenabad. Phone: 055-3732270, Mobile-0332-8151975,
Arain Memorial Empowerment Trust (HAMET) - Bahawalpur and
its partners in Khairpur Tamewali, Jalalpur Pirwala/Kehror
Pucca/Lodhran and Yazman.
was setup in March’08. Core fund support was earlier
mobilized thru OPP-RTI, since Jan’11 ACHR and now Misereor
initiated direct core fund support. In the Govt.-ADB Southern
Punjab Basic Urban Services (SPBUS) program for 21 towns (including
Bahawalpur city) where the component sharing model has been
adopted by the govt. city was mapped, trunk sewers and disposals
were documented. Lane sewers are being laid on self help.
Hamet is undertaking work in Bahawalpur City as well as guiding
partners working in 7 towns. In Bahawalpur work on lane sewers
is in progress. Since June’08 total 287 lane sewers
have been laid on self help in 29 settlements (5 laid this
period) Sept'16 to Nov'16), 98 were technically supported
by Hamet. Total 1,498 houses have invested Rs. 6,451,168/-
on lane sewers and latrines. In more lanes there is money
collection, community mobilization and technical support continues
including training of polytechnic students and masons. Updated
maps with documentation of the sewerage/drainage systems are
regularly prepared. Last period, documentation of Nawaz colony,
Hasan Colony and Satlag colony completed, mobilized by HAMET
this period 5 lanes laid their sewers on self help each in
Usman colony, Qaide Azam Colony, Shadab, Samma Satta and Green
town. Due to transfer of TMA Dera Bakha base line survey remains
in complete. For the settlement Choti Bandra as per Hamet’s
guidance laying of a main and repair of the existing sewer
was earlier completed by TMA, connection of main sewer to
the disposal remains as the land owners are using sewage for
irrigation. Requested by the TMA of the nearby Samasatta town
mapping/documentation and preparation of proposal for sewage
disposal was submitted to TMA, no progress since then due
to unavailability of funds. Last period one lane and one secondary
sewer laid by govt 272 rft., 300 rft in Tibba Badaar Sher,
Basti Sanda and one latrine constructed by Abbasi town costing
training and guidance support to partner organizations for
expansion of work in Southern Punjab continues. Hamet’s
partners work is detailed below.
role in guiding/training the TMA officials, community activists,
students of polytechnic, CBOs and NGOs in the city as well
as in the nearby towns for expansion of the component sharing
model is important. Training and onsite guidance to NSF and
OHD in Jampur was earlier provided. In Vehari, Sehar Development
Organisatiion is being trained. Last quarter on request from
a local organisation in Layyah, technical support for external
planning provides. Hamet’s monthly meeting among partners
continues, for review and mutual support.
Health and Environmental Development (SHED)
- Yazman: :
In Yazman (a town with population of 30,000). In April 2009
small core fund support was initiated which continues. A social
organisor and a technician form the team. Mapping of the town
and documentation of infrastructure was earlier completed,
while addition and updates continue. Total 106 lane sewers
(3 this period) have been laid (55 technically guided by SHED
some others mobilized), 470 houses have invested Rs. 2,414,524
on latrines and lane sewers. Plan for upgrading of water supply
scheme was earlier provided to Chak No. 68 DB, community has
collected funds according to their capacity for the remaining
they are looking towards government. This period 3 self help
sewers laid in Chak No. 42 DB, Hasan colony and old Ghala.
Earlier assisted by SHED, TMA laid 1,060 rft. main sewer in
Hafiz colony and secondary sewers 2,200 rft. in Chak 68 DB.
In 117DB with MPA grant of Rs. 107 million a sewage pond is
being converted into a park. Here community mobilization is
in progress for laying the connecting lane sewers.
Awareness for Community Empowerment (RACE)
-Jalalpur Pirwala/Lodhran/Kehror Pacca: For
Jalalpur Pirwala/ Lodhran/Kehror Pucca (Population 35,000/1,00,000/60,000),
the NGO Race is being supported to extend the program. From
Jan’09 to June’12 small core fund support was
provided alternatively by ACHR and MIsereor. Team comprises
of a social organisor and a technician. Total 161 lane sewers
were laid on selfhelp (4 this period), 72 technically supervised
some others mobilized. In Lodhran, Jallan Arain/Kehror Pucca.
885 houses invested Rs. 3,818,304 on sewers and latrines.
For more lanes, community mobilization continues. This period
desilting of 2,240 rft. sewer in Basti Faizabad, B colony,
Pathan colony. Technical support for 2 house connections provided
in Basti Pathan. Two youths were trained on low cost sanitation
model. In Jallah Arain wall of EM-STU financed by MoE few
years back, has collapsed due to heavy rains. Community requested
RACE team to provide technical support for its rectification.
Earlier work was undertaken on self help at a cost of Rs.
16080. For the desilting of Treatment Unit a peter pump is
required for which money colletion is in progress. This period
mapping and documentation of Basti Adam Wahbean completed.
map and documentation of the sewage disposal system of Lodhran
city was completed. 70% work of sewerage and water supply
has been completed by govt. thru local MPA, residents of remaining
area being mobilized. On request maping and documentation
of Chak No. M 97 (Chau mor) undertaken, here technical support
provided for the slef help sewers.
team’s design and estimate for Islampur (Kehror Pacca);
4700rft main sewer line. T.M.A Kehror Pacca approved this
proposal costing Rs.8.9 million. Work is on going; 2,500 rft
completed (last period 700rft).
documentation and digitization of the nearby town of Dhanot
was earlier completed. Community mobilization continues for
internal development and refunctioning of existing system.
RACE team organized community for O&M of existing sewerage
system. This period desilting of 393 rft. sewer in Kehror
Pucca and 3 house connections provided.
for Integrated Development (GUID) - Basti Malook, Multan:
is being trained by Hamet for work in their town, comprising
of 2,500 houses. Since July’13 a small core fund support
has been initiated. Last period map of Adda wali completed,
documentation is in progress. Motivated by GUID team 3 lane
sewers were laid. For 3 lane sewers estimate provided last
period, money collection in progress. This period meeting
held with community; Basti Jargar, Hafizabad, New Rajput colony
and Mohallah Ghosia. Earlier on community’s request
GUID team prepared proposal for external sewerage, councilor
is lobbying with local MPA to include this in next ADP. Total
55 lane sewers were laid on self help (32 technically guided
since July’12) 343 houses have invested Rs. 1,557,171
on latrines and lane sewers. This period desilting of one
lane in New Rajput colony. OPP-RTI team member regularly visits
GUID for on site guidance and support. Last period one nala
148 rft. completed by Govt. at Basti Taragar (work has been
stopped due to budget issues).
details are: Khalid Waraich, Basement Abdullah Plaza, Near
Children Park, Tehsil & District Lodhran, Punjab. Phone:
0608-362020-362030. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organisation (SDO) - Mailsi, Vehari: NGO,
SDO is being trained by Hamet to initiate work in Tehsil Mailsi
which has a population of 1,35,000. For the town committee
Karampur, map and documentation of the existing sewage disposal
system was earlier completed. Maps of Sheikpura, Mailsi, Muraadwala
and Gharibabad were completed. Documentation shows that in
most areas govt. sewers and drains exists. In the remaining,
mobilization for self help sewers held in Gharibabad Mohallah
Muradabad Sheikhupura, 2 estimates provided in Mohallah Muradwala.
In 24 lanes (3 last period) self help sewers 3,674 rft. have
been laid by community, (6 technically guided) 153 houses
have invested Rs. 7,09,382 on sewers and latrines. Desilting
of external sewer 263 rft. carried out in Mohallah Sheikhupura,
coordinated by community and TMA. (Report not received)
expansion in the cities/towns of Punjab province an important
aspect is the training, advocacy and support role being played
Sahil Development Organisation
(SDO)- Naushehra Virkan
January’11, NGO SDO guided and trained by partner Muawin
initiated work in Tehsil Naushehra Virkan, district Gujranwala.
Since March’11, a small core fund continues. Total 92
lane sewers a secondary sewer 15,637 rft.were laid on self
help (two lane sewers laid this period), 959 houses contributed
Rs. 4.34 million for latrines and lane sewers. For more lanes
there is mobilization and provision of plans and estimates.
Mapping and documentation of this town (comprising of 18 settlements)
completed by SDO, Ali pur Chatha, Tatley Aali digitize map
completed earlier. Mapping of 30 areas 5 in Tehsil Kamoki
and 25 in Tehsil Naushehra Virkan completed. Three maps (Mari
Bhindranb,Grid Station, Bopra Khurd) completed last period.
Of 3 (Kole Aala, Budha Khoh and Depay pur is in progress).
OPP-RTI member periodically provides onsite guidance on social
and technical aspects of the work.
details are: Zahoor Ahmed Farooqui, Fatima computer plaza,
opp: excise & taxation office, Gujranwala. Phone: 055-3002098,
Mobile: 0345-8686333, E-mail: email@example.com
for Health and Development (OHD) - Jampur - South Punjab:
is a city in District Rajanpur South Punjab having a population
of around 1,00,000. Both the city and the villages were devasted
by the floods of 2010. After the floods OHD worked with partner
Muawin on a project for providing sewage disposal for villages
Oct’11 members of OHD paid several visits to OPP-RTI,
observed the work on site received training on mapping/documentation,
technical design and guidance on community mobilization. Since
Jan’13 a small core fund support has been initiated.
Total 14 lane sewers (1 this period) 1,905 rft. and one secondary
sewer 524 rft. serving as disposal for total 92 houses, with
people investment total Rs. 4,538,632. Community mobilization
in more lanes continues. One EM-STU 4’x12’ was
earlier constructed in Faisal colony technicaly supervised
by OHD, people investment Rs. 21,500/-. Mapping of 13 settlements
(C.Qazi wala Koh, Fareedabad, Farooq town Peoples colony,
Faisal colony, Jehangir colony, Shah Jamal colony, Rehan town,
Mohammad wala, Fareedabad-2, Awami colony, Irfanabad, Kotla
Peeran Shah) completed earlier, of Kotla Peeran Shah last
period. Documentation of the existing sewage disposal and
water supply system of Awami colony and Irfanabad completed
last period. Earlier OPP-RTI members provided on site support
for preparing a sewerage plan for Jampur city. Team members
of OHD and NSF were also trained during this excercise. Design
& estimate for main (12,020 rft.) and secondary sewers
(32,574 rft.) completed. Local govt. ensured provision of
funds for the above project thru a special package of Punjab
CM. Last period 5,200 rft. main lines have been laid by the
govt. at Kotla Road (last period 2,700 rft.), OHD team is
monitoring the work with the assistance of local communities.
This period 3 community activists, 5 labour and 4 youths trained.
Sojhlan Foundation (NSF) -Jampur
the 2010-11 floods NSF worked with Muawin on a project for
providing sewage disposal for villages in Jampur, members
of NSF paid several visits to OPP-RTI, received training on
mapping/documentation as well as guidance on initiating the
low cost sanitation program. Total 65 maps completed, (this
period 5 maps completed), motivation in newly mapped areas
continues. Total 51 self help lane sewers 10,085 rft. laid.
compirising of 685 houses, peoples investment is Rs. 2,449,814.
Periodically OPP-RTI team member provide guidance for lobbying
for implementation of sewerage plan of Jampur city, construction
has started which is jointly followed by NSF & OHD. Earlier
two EM-STU’s were constructed in Talai wala, 89 houses
contributed Rs. 55,100. Mobilization of work initiated in
Kot Tahir, Shahwala and Darkan wala. Earlier 2 members team
of Prime Welfare Foundation was trained on maping, documentation,
planning and estimation. PWF is initiating low cost sanitation
program in UC Harand.Rectification survey; 7 lanes in Jampur
Sharki last period. Rectification of 311 rft. sewerage line
completed last period.
details are: Muhammad Usman, Phone: 0604-567766, Mobile: 0334-6179896,
Welfare Development Support Organistion (SWDSO) - Sanghar
program was initiated in June 2003 by another organization
– SCWS. Core fund support from Water Aid continued till
April’11, when due to the consistant organizational
conflicts work came to a standstill, so further funding was
stopped. Total work completed by SCWS was on 44 lane and 5
secondary sewers, with 542 houses investing Rs. 2,159,935/-.
Feb’11 with the project coordinator independently extending
work as the “Sanghar Welfare Development Support Organisation”,
core fund support was extended which continues. One visit
was made by OPP-RTI member to guide the work, community mobilization
and money collection for self help sewers continues in Shahpur
Chakar and in the nearby villages. In total 22 lane sewers
and three secondary sewers are completed (1 lane sewer and
one secondary sewer laid this period) 101 houses contributed
Rs. 9,53,729 for lanes. This period on request plans/estimates
for 25 lane sewers were provided in Amanullah Dahri, New colony,
Shahpur Chakar, Lemon khan Talpur, Photo Khan Sanjrani and
Ahmedabad. Total four EM-Sewage Treatment Units (EM-STU) and
the connecting sewers serving 54 houses were completed on
self help in village Mesu Kerio, Jamaluddin Dehri, village
Taj Mohammad Dehri and village Lemon Khan Talpur. In village
Umerabad where money collection was being carried out since
last year work completed on land filling, in four lanes costing
Rs. 80,000/-, last period. There is recovery for self help
sewers in village Ghulam Kerio. In Kamil Shah Colony two old
sewers rectified on self help, costing Rs.74,000/- (last period
one lane). Lately TMA Khadro has approved funds of Rs. 9.0
million for implementation of sewerage plan prepared in 2006
by SWDSO. Work started on two secondary sewer by govt. 3,250
rft. costing Rs. 4.9 million at Ward No.4, 5, 6,7 and Khadro.
This will serve 350 houses, work is technicaly supervised
by SWDSO team, total 3,650 rft.(last period 2,150 rft.) completed.
Work started on Amanullah Dahri 1,500rft.
with OPP-RTI support to partner RADO in Sinjhoro, WWO in Sakrand
and to 2 new organizations in Samaro town and Sahdadpur continues
with regular review meetings at OPP-RTI and guidance on site.
Details of their work are in the preceeding sections.
details are: Sobho Khan, Kamil Shah colony, Shahpur Chakar,
District Sanghar, Sindh. Phone: 0344-3739165. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Area Welfare Development Organisation (RAWDO) -Sinjhoro Sindh:
is a town, in district Sanghar, having a population of 30,000.
Mapping, documentation and level survey of the town was earlier
completed. Small core fund support initiated in April 2008
43 lane sewers are complete (one lane sewer laid last period),
313 houses contributed Rs. 16,37,612 for lane sewers, 2 secondary
sewers and latrines. Technical support and community mobilization
continues. In 4 lanes there is money collection. Last period
one EM-STU completed connecting sewers serving 3 houses were
completed on self help in Village Rasool BUx Khaskheli. This
period mobilization meeting held in Rasool Bux Khaskheli,
Jamal Faqir Khaskheli and Sain Khan Rajar. Two houses made
house connection in village Rasool Bux Khaskheli. For guidance
this period, on site visit was made by OPP-RTI member together
with the coordinator of SWDSO. For “katchi goth”
work has begun, disposal is completed, laying of 600 rft.(last
period 300 rft. completed) open drain completed last period.
Total cost of the project is 12 million. RAWDO is monitoring
the work. This period map of 1 community (Ajetomal) completed.
This period 200 rft. laid by Govt in Zafar town, Sinjhoro
details are: Mohd Buksh, Ward No.2, Near Bachal Chowk, Sinjhoro,
District Sanghar. E-mail: email@example.com Ph: 0342-8181082,
Welfare Organisation (WWO) - Sakrand Sindh:
town has a population of about 30,000. Since early 2011 WWO
has initiated work in the town as well as in the nearby villages.
Since March’11 small core fund support continues. Plan/estimates
for self help sewers have been provided for total 197 lanes
(9 this period) in the town. In the village “Majeed
Kerio” (comprising of more then 1,000 houses) guided
by WWO total 26 lane sewers 3,865rft. have been laid on self
help (2 last period) 134 houses have invested Rs. 1,081,113
on sewers and latrines. In more lanes there is money collection.
In village Mulla Sand Kerio, Satpuri, follow up visit held,
here community, laid 200 rft. secondary sewer and STU was
completed last period. 780 rft. secondary sewer is now completed,
72 houses contributed Rs. 152,438 for the sewer, 10 latrines
were also constructed. This period construction of 8 latrines
was completed in Majeed Kerio, Mulla Sand Kerio and Wadera
Mohallah. Last period map and documentation of Sherwani Mohallah
Ward No.1 completed and map of village Hayat Kerio and Umar
Bodlo were in progress. WWO members regularly receive guidance
on site and at OPP-RTI. Earlier 3 EM-STU’s have been
constructed in village Abdul Wahid Somro and Mulla Sand people
are using treated sewage for kitchen gardening, 16 houses
contributed Rs. 91,000. This period meeting with the TMO Sakrand
and talka chairman to discuss the sanitation program.
Contact details are: Aijaz Ali Keerio, post office Majeed
Kerio, Taluka Sakrand District Shaheed Benazir abad (Nawabshah)
post code 67211, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: 0300-3629931,
Rural Development Oraganisation (SRDO) - Samaro, Umerkot:
Rural Development Oraganisation (SRDO) – Samaro, small
core fund support initiated in July 2014. Construction of
EM-STU and a 50 rft. sewer in village M.Ram Malhi completed
earlier, 12 houses benefited. Total 8 lane sewers and one
secondary sewer are completed (1 lane sewer 100 rft last period)
2,550 rft. 160 houses have invested Rs.8,59,081. Eight EM-STUs’
construction is completed (last period one in Kolhi colony)
185 houses benefited. In village Melhur Kolhi one EM-STU and
100 rft. sewer completed. In village long Khaskheli one EM-STU
completed, material for 400 rft. lane sewer is being organised.
There is community mobilization for collection of money in
Long Khaskheli, Girdhari Bheel, Mohajir goth, Kolhi colony,
Jalal Shah colony, Baloch colony, old Samaro, Khemeso Solangi,
Mehmood Shahani Long Khaskheli, Kheto Malhi colony. Map/documentation
of Kolhi colony, Baloch colony, village Moti Ram Malhi, Mehmood
Shahani, Jalal Shah colony, Rahooabad, Doctor Poonam Chand
Kolhi, Hassan Shah Baghwan, Hema Ram colony, Nato Ram Malhi
and Preemchand Mehawar, Wazir Khaskheli, Kheto Malhi colony
(this period 2) is completed. OPP-RTI team member visited
SRDO this period. Two members of SRDO team got the technical
training.This period construction of one latrine was completed
in Kolhi colony.
details are: Faiz Mohammad, SRDO head office Court Road Samaro,
District Umerkot, E-mail: email@example.com, Ph: 0238-551303-551051.
Humanitarian Organisation (ZHO) Shahdadpur:
A small core
fund support has been initiated since April’2014. ZHO
is working in the villages around Shahdadpur city. Total 11
maps and documentation completed, (village Lutaf Ali Wagan,
village Lal Muhammad Waso, Saiful Khan Shar, Mir Hassan Brohi,
Rasool Buksh Jatoi, Mir Mohd. Kolei, Pir Buksh Brohi, Allah
Bux Raees, Gul Hassan Shar, Muhammad Hasan Brohi), Dhani Baksh
Raees and Aacher Brohi map is in progress. Technical support
for plan/estimates provided to ZHO.There is community mobilization
for collection of money in Lal Mohammad Waso, Mir Hassan Brohi,
Mir Mohammad Kolei, Saiful Shar, Rasool Bux Jatoi, Lutaf Ali
Wagan, goth Dhani Buksh Raees and Baheel Mohallah. ZHO is
trying to create linkage of women savings group with the sanitation
programe in villages. Total 5 lane sewers 750 rft. and one
EM-STU (last period) constructed on self help in village Lutaf
Ali Wagan comprising 61 houses investment Rs. 0.243 million.
This period construction of 2 latrines were also completed
in Lutaf Ali Wagan.
details are: Zahid Hussain, Village Lutaf Ali Wagan, Taluka
Shahdadpur, District Sanghar. Ph: 0300-3048697, 0333-7093547.
Development Organisation (BDO) -Battagram -KPK province:
NGO evolved thru the earthquake relief and rehabilitation
program, (reported till the 121 QPR). Since July’09
core fund support has been provided, expand the program of
water supply on self help. By Nov’09 on site training
for mapping and documentation was initiated. Mapping and documentation
of the completed water supply projects in 50 villages (thru
the earthquake rehabilitation projects) and of the existing
sewage disposal system in these was undertaken. Of total 120
villages mapping and documentation is complete (1 last period).
the villages mapped/documented, besides the water supply distribution
laid on self help, work on self help sewers also exists in
a number of lanes. On request TMA is provided the village
maps for development of roads and other schemes. Communities
are also using the maps for lobbying for external development.
April’11, finances for external water supply were mobilized
for 13 more villages. By April’12 works were completed.
5,569 families invested Rs. 5.16 million in 32,820 rft. lane
lines and 12 storage tanks, while for the main line (75,500
rft.) plus a storage tank Homeless International funds of
Rs. 6.48 million were used. Considering the low cost designs
(estimated at Rs. 3,000-5,000/family), community is being
mobilized for undertaking both the external/internal works
on self help. For 3 villages on community request, mapping
and provision of design/est. was completed this period.
period 3 case studies completed. Self help. repaired 7,500
rft. in Makria, Gol Masjid, costing Rs. 0.13 million.
to other organizations:
Organisation (GDO), A
small core fund support has been initiated since Sept 2016.
It is working in the villages around Keror Lal Eason, South
Punjab on request OPP-RTI team twice visited the area and
prepared a plan and estimate. Consisting of 4,250 rft. mains,
costing Rs. 3.87 million. GDO is lobbying MPA, TMA and community
for funding this project. Total 1 self help lane sewer 250
rft. laid comprising of 5 house people’s investment
is Rs. 51,000. Two EM-STUs constructed in Basti Qadir and
Ward No.7. 5 latrines completed. Earlier two lane estimate,
provided to community. This period one map completed of Basti
Prime Welfare Organisation
(PWO), Harand, South
Punjab requested by CBO, for training in Sanitation Program,
were advised to contact OPP-RTI partners in Jampur for mapping
and related training. PWO members undertook training from
NSF in Jampur. This period one self help lane sewer laid 225
rft. comprising of 20 houses, people’s investment is
Rs. 85,970 and one EM-STU (10’x4’) constructed
in Chah Baloch Wala investment Rs. 0.025 million and one lane
is in progress at Jatio wala.
Kunnar Women Development Program
(KWDP) – Balakot, KPK, NGO,
KWDP has initiated work. Mapping and documentation of 12 villages
completed (2 this period). Water supply being a major crisis
in the area, they took training of design/estimates for water
supply scheme from BDO in June 2014. Kunnar’s design
propsal for water mains’ design in Jur Payyal UC-Ghannol,
Balakot, approved by the UC-Nazim for internal distribution
community is motivated. Last period one water tank 6’x6’
construction completed by govt. 4,500 rft. main water line
laid. Last period one water tank (5’x5’) construction
compledtd by govt. at Rorkan.
-Sewage Treatment Units (EM-STU's):
many places sewage is being disposed into ponds. Small treatment
units (STUs) are being focused for villages and some small
towns. Standard designs serving 10-50 houses and leaflet for
extension and demonstration are being disseminated. Fourty
two EM-STUs are functional, two in Khairodero village near
Larkana, one in Sharif Sehto village in Shahdadpur, four in
Sanghar, two in Sakrand, two in Sinjhoro, one in Khairpur
Tamewali, one in Jallah Arain, one in a village in Chah Baloch
Wala, Harand, one in a village in Battagram – Mansehra,
seven in Uch Sharif, eight in Samaro – Umerkot, two
in Kotla Moghla, one in Faisal colony and two in Talaiwala
in Jampur one in Lutaf Ali Wagan in Shahdadpur. Related to
flood rehabilitation work in the villages of Sindh and Punjab,
4 EM-STU’s have been constructed; one in village Paryalo
Chawro in Jamshoro, second in village Pir Buksh Mugheri in
Badin, third in village Dost Mohammad Chachar in Ghotki, fourth
in Village Basti Qadir and fifth in Ward No.7 in Keror Lal
on the design and functional management of the STU is initiated.
Plan is to scale up the model as a rural sanitation system
is villages where sewage disposal is not present. Partner
organizations are being supported for the research. Two tanks
at the office premises have also been rehabilitated to research
on the types of treatment (settling process and slow sand
National Sanitation Policy (NSP) has adopted the model of
component sharing (CS) and the lessons learnt
Sewerage Construction Outside Orangi, Details are in section
1.8,1.81,1.82 of the 148th quarterly progress report