Hope After Hardship: SRSP Relief & Rehabilitation

When communities face hardship, SRSP delivers life-saving aid and empowers long-term recovery

SRSP has a proven track record of providing relief and humanitarian assistance. Over the years, the organization has responded to disasters such as the 2010 floods and the displacement crisis, constructing shelters, delivering food aid, and providing medical care. Most recently, SRSP’s 2022 flood relief efforts reached over 133,000 people in affected districts, providing essential supplies, food, medical care, and infrastructure rehabilitation.

Impact in Numbers: SRSP’s Relief and Rehabilitation Efforts

Flood Response 2022

Tents provided

Core Items provided

Beneficiaries of free medical camps

Dignity Kits provided to Women

Million Cash Distributed

Key Accomplishments

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Constructed 8,600 shelters in disaster-hit districts.

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Registered 403,223 Internally Displaced People (IDP) families.

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Provided rations and food to 251,255 families.

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Supplied non-food items and temporary shelters to 800,000 families.

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Delivered WASH facilities to 558,934 individuals.

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Benefited 156,500 families through food-for-asset programs.

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Supported 191,460 families with cash-for-assets initiatives.

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Facilitated 10,198 women and girls through Women-Friendly Health Spaces (WFHS).

Outreach of Covid-19 awareness campaigns

1,900,000

Soaps/Sanitizers/Surgical Masks distributed

34,776

Food Items distributed

10,331

Beneficiaries in disinfected places

116,729

Surgical masks/Soaps provided to hospitals/communities

178,560

Villages disinfected

120

Govt. Centers provided with WASH facilities and PPEs (Nos.)

984

Rising Above: SRSP’s Impactful Response to the 2022 Floods

In the face of the devastating 2022 floods, SRSP sprang into action, delivering critical aid to over 133,000 people across affected districts. Our comprehensive relief program addressed immediate needs while fostering long-term resilience. See how SRSP made a difference:

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Shelter and Relief: Distributed 804 tents and 7,984 core relief items.

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Food Security: Provided 978 food packages.

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Medical Assistance: Treated 54,210 patients at 183 medical camps.

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Water Supply: Supplied drinking water to 13,857 people via tankers.

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Psychosocial Support: Offered services to 5,468 individuals.

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Vector Control: Distributed 2,000 mosquito repellents.

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Infrastructure Rehabilitation: Restored 4 mini-hydro power plants and installed 4 chairlifts.

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Education and Protection: Established 33 Temporary Learning Centers and support spaces, reaching 31,139 with child protection messages.

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Water and Sanitation: Rehabilitated 25 water schemes and refurbished 19 schools and 6 healthcare facilities.

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