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Radio Pakistan FM93 Hyderabad, Karachi, Bitshah, Larkana and Khairpur
Daily 11am - 11:30am
Produced by the Centre for Research and Security Studies
Naun Jeeyapo is for the people affected by the flood in Sindh. Reporters travel to affected communities and hear people's stories. Their reports cover health, hygiene, nutrition, clean water, sanitation, education and human rights. Reporters also interview people from the humanitarian community and government to help get information and answers to people affected by the floods.
On today's show: A report of health and hygiene Session arranged by NGO in District Thatta, Community discussion with people of Ghauspur regarding gains and losses due to flood last year & A report how women are making baskets to meet their daily expenses in a village of UC Drigbala, Taluka Johi district Dadu.
On today's show: People are filtering infected water for consumption in a village in UC Drigbala, An interview regarding health and hygiene issues in flood affected areas, In village satani Chandiyo women are contacting untrained midwife for delivery & Effects of flood on children’s life in village Mehboob Khan Taluka Gambat.
On today's show: Health issues in village Satai Chandiyo, The establishment of humanitarian communication organization by IOM, Bravery of women of Dadu who saved their town during last year flood & Report on a school which is reopened after repair by the help of IRC.
On today's show: “IOM” builds of shelter homes in Taluka Jati, A panel discussion on condition of agriculture sector, business and work on completion of a year since flood & According to NGO “OXFAM” rehabilitation work is slow even after one year of flood has passed.
On today's show: Villagers of satani Chandiyo are suffering from gastro due to contaminated water, Causes, Treatment and prevention of Cholera , An NGO has arranged education facility along with meal each day in Taluka Gambat & Profile from a women in gahri dakho taluka khan purr who farmed her land with paddy crop without any support.
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