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Vocational Training Center

A person’s livelihood refers to their means of securing the basic necessities -that are but not limited to, food, water, shelter and clothing- of life. Due to defectiveness of education system, poverty, unavailability of services and many other reasons, part of our population does not even have access to these basic necessities of life.

It is said that “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”. RAHMA decided to act on this concept and a Vocational Training Center was started in September 2012 in Gulpur, Kashmir for women and girls.

Agricultural Support for small farmers in flood-affected areas of Badin, Sindh

To provide cotton seed and fertilizer to small farmers affected by flood.

Nutritional and Hygiene Support for vulnerable women.

RAHMA executed a nutritional and hygiene support project which was to support pregnant women, lactating mothers, newly born kids and children under the age of 5 who were suffering from malnutrition in Tharparkar. Awareness raising was also an important component as in Tharparkar, most of the women are not aware of safe and hygienic practices for child delivery and about the amount of nutrition required by lactating mothers and newly born children. Activities were conducted at DHQ Mithi with the cooperation of health department. RAHMA distributed hygiene kits and nutritional packages among women to ensure improving their health and the health of their children.


Positive affect on economy

Breaks the cycle of poverty

Provides sustainable livelihood