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Ongoing Projects

Completed Trainings / Seminars / Short term Projects:

1) Counseling and health aid to IDPs at Nowshera, KPK

Thoughts regarding health and conducts are molded by the conveyance, informative data, and innovation that individuals communicate with each day. Health correspondence and health informative data engineering (IT) are integral to human services, open health, and the way our public order perspectives health. The aforementioned courses of action make up the connection and the ways experts and general society look for, comprehend, and use health informative data, essentially swaying their health choices and activities.

The goals in this point region portray numerous ways health conveyance and health IT can have a positive effect on health, human services, and health value. They incorporate:

  • Supporting imparted choice making between patients and suppliers.
  • Giving personalized self-administration instruments and assets.
  • Assembling social uphold arranges.
  • Conveying correct, receptive, and actionable health qualified information that is focused on or tailored.
  • Expediting the astronomical utilization of health IT and trade of health qualified data right around medicinal services and open health experts.
  • Empowering snappy and educated movement to health hazards and open health crises.
  • Expanding health proficiency aptitudes.
  • Furnishing new chances to join with customarily assorted and tricky to achieve populaces.
  • Furnishing sound standards in the outline of projects and intercessions that bring about healthier conducts.
  • Expanding Internet and versatile access.

2) Environmental Awareness Seminars at Peshawar, KPK

Currently our society creates a great deal of waste and much of that waste is comprised of plastic. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2010 alone 31 million tons of plastic waste was created. This waste ends up all over the globe in both land and water, a good example is the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Not only is plastic waste an issue, but the production of plastic is also dependent on fossil fuel combustion. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) in 2010 191 million barrels of liquid petroleum gases(LPG) and natural gas liquids (NGL) were used in the U.S. alone to produce plastic goods.

3) Free medical Camp at Khyber Agency- FATA

A three-day free medical camp was organized by ROAD NGO in Khyber Agency areas.The camp was arranged under the directives of ROAD NGO. Doctors and a large number of paramedical staff attended the camp in which about 487 patients were treated and 96 X-Rays and dental treatment were provided free of costs. Different medical tests and free medicines were also provided to the patients. The area people thanked the ROAD-NGO and administration for arranging the free camp.

4) Flood Relief Camps at Charsadda and Nowshera, KPK

As according to the need of flood affected area the syllabus was arranged for hygiene session. Which were as follows.

Personal Hygien:

1) Washing Hand with soap before taking meal
2) Cutting nails
3) Bathing with worm water
4) Washing of food items
5) Proper cleaning of children after using toilet
6) Keep toilet environmentally clean
7) Use tooth paste and tooth brush

Water hygiene:-
1) Not to use still water
2) Use always boil water
3) Cover the water after every use
4) Use water carefully
Food hygiene :-
1) Cover the food
2) Proper cooking of meal
3) Washing hands before taking meal
4) Do not use too hot or too cool meal
5) Use clean pots for food
6) Stoke the food in covered dishes
7) All of the hygiene sessions were presented by the hygiene promotion officers. In every session 15 to 20 members were provided hygiene training.

5) WASH facilities in IDP’s Camps at Nowshera, KPK:-

  • Targeted flood affected communities have better understanding on issues related to preventive health care, hygiene and DRR through 20 awareness sessions .
  • 70 damaged homes are rehabilitated through subsidized cash grant and provision of technical and logistical support.
  • Access to water and sanitation is improved among the targeted communities through the construction of 70 latrines and installation of 35 multipurpose hand pumps and 2 communal flood resistant pumps.
  • Provision of family nutritional kits (kitchen gardening) to 70 families .
  • Orientation of communities on GBV through 10 participatory theaters sessions (theater for development).

6) Health Awareness Workshops at Charsadda/Nowshera, KPK

 As a part of the workshop, the participants learned the basics of MRI image formation.

7) Free Medical Camps at Peshawar, KPK:-

ROAD-NGO executed the project in Peshawar, Nosheshra, Charsada districts successfully.  The objective of the project was to provide free medical facility, i.e. consultation, treatment, medicine, diagnostic and referral to the people in the community. The activity was undertaken in the remote areas of NWFP, where health facilities are scarce. About 7599 men, women and children were provided health facility at their doorsteps. 91 patients were found suffering from acute diseases, were referred to nearby district hospital for complete treatment.

8) Workshop on various agriculture problems and  community problems at Wanna,FATA

The objective of the Workshop was to enable Members to fulfil their notification obligations in a timely manner and in line with the transparency requirements contained in the Agreement on Agriculture. The Workshop reviewed the existing notification requirements and formats and provided a platform to discuss specific technical issues that Members may face when preparing their agriculture notifications and/or analyzing notifications submitted by other WTO Members.

By the end of the Workshop, participants should have:
  • become familiar with the specific notification requirements and formats in the areas of market access (MA), domestic support (DS), export subsidies (ES), export prohibitions and restrictions (ER), and the follow-up to the Marrakesh Net Food-Importing Developing Countries (NFIDC) Decision;
  • improved their knowledge of existing tools that might be useful in preparing and analyzing notifications;
  • gained a better understanding of the purpose and procedures of the Review Process under the CoA;
  • learnt from other Members’ experiences about the institutional capacity building necessary to prepare and analyses notifications and to actively participate in the Review Process;
  • identified specific actions they could take to ensure that relevant notification obligations are fulfilled in a timely manner.

9) Livestock training for local farmers at Deta Khel, SW Agency, FATA

Agricultural research and university teaching programmes in the tropics have usually concentrated on the large-scale, conventional livestock production systems developed in industrialized countries. These systems have proved to be “successful” with respect to increasing the total production, but require sophisticated and expensive technologies and often lead to environmental problems. Training and research based on this type of production system have resulted in a lack of appreciation of the role of livestock in agricultural systems for smallholders and a lack of interest in the small scale farmers who make up a major part of the population and account for a large part of agricultural production in the South.

The Livestock training programme is trying to address these issues. It is a regional network focusing on training and research in sustainable livestock-based agricultural systems in South East Asia. The network includes 13 university departments and research institutes in the four countries of the Lower Mekong Basin (Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand), all sharing the same agro-ecological conditions and the need to develop smallholder agriculture, which is still the backbone of the rural economies of these countries.

10) Workshop on main problems of  local communities at Azam warsak, SW agency FATA

Worlshop help in South Waziristan to better understand their problems, Analyze the problem, and then given them back a solid solution.

11) Agriculture Sector training problems Miranshah, SW agency, FATA

The objective of the Workshop was to enable Members to fulfil their notification obligations in a timely manner and in line with the transparency requirements contained in the Agreement on Agriculture. The Workshop reviewed the existing notification requirements and formats and provided a platform to discuss specific technical issues that Members may face when preparing their agriculture notifications and/or analyzing notifications submitted by other WTO Members.

By the end of the Workshop, participants should have:
  • become familiar with the specific notification requirements and formats in the areas of market access (MA), domestic support (DS), export subsidies (ES), export prohibitions and restrictions (ER), and the follow-up to the Marrakesh Net Food-Importing Developing Countries (NFIDC) Decision;
  • improved their knowledge of existing tools that might be useful in preparing and analyzing notifications;
  • gained a better understanding of the purpose and procedures of the Review Process under the CoA;
  • learnt from other Members’ experiences about the institutional capacity building necessary to prepare and analyses notifications and to actively participate in the Review Process;
  • identified specific actions they could take to ensure that relevant notification obligations are fulfilled in a timely manner.

Ongoing Projects:

Collaboration with Queensbury College, London UK:

Furthermore ROAD as a responsible organization has done international agreements with one of the leading college in London, which will support those students identified by ROAD for completion of their studies despite severe financial difficulties. The conflict and disaster effected students belong to the rural areas of KPK, Baluchistan, FATA, Sindh, Gilgit Baltistan and AJK will be given preference.