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Indus Earth’s approach to the Alleviation of Poverty, is by providing alternative Income Generation streams for the underprivileged within a holistic Environmental protection framework, taking cognizance of Climate Change as a central policy. B... Read more
Indus Earth’s approach to the Alleviation of Poverty, is by providing alternative Income Generation streams for the underprivileged within a holistic Environmental protection framework, taking cognizance of Climate Change as a central policy.
By providing Innovative Technologies in farming and livelihoods, Indus Earth improves access to the entrepreneurial and job markets for communities.
Indus Earth attaches great emphasis, essentially amongst the youth, in training of skill development both for women and men.
Our emphasis on Integrated Development means that basic facilities such as drinking water, renewable energy, sanitation, houses using indigenous materials, roads, food security, access to schools and health centres, are paramount.
The Indus Earth Trust (IET), established in 2000, has been formed with a vision of providing help to neglected coastal communities of Pakistan. Indus Earth Trust is a not for profit organization registered under Trust Act in 2002.
IET works mainly in the Sindh and Balochistan Provinces of Pakistan. Most of our work has been along the coast stretching from the Iranian border to that of India, approximately 900 kilometres in total. Indus Earth Trust has been working in 6 districts on the coast of Sindh and Balochistan. Our focus of work has been in the Karachi, Thatta and Khair Pur districts of Sindh and the Awaran and Lasbela Districts in Balochistan. We work with 13 Union Councils and approximately 392 villages.