CHC Launching ceremony & MOU Signing
Community Help Community (CHC) beginning its implementation in Dera Ismail Khan. Its launching ceremony held on 17th August 2015 in D.I.Khan KPK, launching ceremony is chaired by Minister Agriculture Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Sardar Ikramullah Khan Gandapur & Co-Chaired by Central Secretary Information Pakistan (People Party Parliamentarian) Mr. Faisal Kareem Khan Kundi. Community Help Community invited honorary guests Minister Agriculture Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Sardar Ikramullah Khan Gandapur, Central Secretary Information Pakistan (People Party Parliamentarian) Mr. Faisal Kareem Khan Kundi, Mustafa Kundi (PTI), Mr. Haleem Kasuria Ex. MPA, Director BIC Gomal University Mohsin Zeb Khan Gandapur, UNOCHA, WFP, GDP officials and other eminent personalities and civil society officials of KPK region presented on this occasion. Special Guests Mustafa Kundi, Shafi Ullah Gandapur and Haleem Kasuria. The CEO of Community Help Community Muhammad Ejaz explained to participants about targeted future plans in humanitarian assistance in Pakistan. CHC is registered under societies registration act XXI of 1860 with aimed to work for social and child protection, education promotion, food security and livelihood improvement, rural and urban development, water and sanitation, disaster risk reduction and climate change through community development process.
Mr. Ejaz Muhammad (CEO) signed Memorandum of Understanding with Gomal University for the betterment of youth empowerment and capacity building processes in Pakistan. He announced CHC is to be considered non-profit, non-religious, and non-political non-governmental organization (NGO) working for community development through the provision of quality services at community level in order to contribute to an educated society of peace, tolerance, harmony, and prosperity on national and provincial levels of Pakistan. Community Help Community aimed to serve deprived & poor communities and facilitate effective exchange of information, ideas and best practices among member communities, experts and students to ensure quality coordination and participation by connecting local leaders with academic experts to strengthen community development initiatives. CHC has been focusing on practical steps in the development of vulnerable groups and empowering the communities by identifying Role Models and Communities and identifying best practices for integrated programming in the diverse sectors of education, shelter, WASH and health and other social development initiatives. These models will be portrayed for additional funding, resources and mobilization of volunteers for research and innovation in each sector.
CHC is leading an approach in Protection cluster UNHCR KPK where CHC is going to build nontraditional mechanisms for the betterment of communities