He thanked the management of the Northern Citizens Community Board (NCCB) for arranging land for the project on 30 per cent discount.
Former MPA and president of PML-N Chitral chapter Saeed Ahmad, who is also the chairman of the NCCB, said they allotted the plots to the widows of martyrs on discount. He also said that all the facilities would be provided at the housing scheme.
Managing Director NCCB Shahzada Ibrahim Pirzada said they were working in different sectors like adult education, handicrafts, promoting trout fish besides arranging cooking training sessions for women and allotting residential houses to people on easy instatements.
Chitral .. Shah Zada Ibrahim belonging to Laspur village of upper Chitral spoke at the United Nations eighth session of Open-Ended Working Group on Ageing (OEWG). According to a press release by him, he, as Ambassador of Civil Societies The United Nations Department of Economic & Social Council for Pakistan & CEO (NCCB) Pakistan elaborated the importance and Respect of the Elderly people people mentioned in the holy Quran quoting various verses from the Holy book.
He said In Pakistan the joint family system is breaking up rapidly and elderly population is facing loneliness and abandonment. There is no systematic or empirical study which would highlight the magnitude of abuse of elderly yet anecdotal evidence is replete with such examples. As human rights universal and older people should enjoy their rights on an equal basis with others in society but unfortunately, particularly older women are discriminated (directly or indirectly), neglected, subjected and abused in various ways such as in collective decision making ,in age limit for employment, old age benefit, healthcare facilities, health insurance, financial services, government benefits, political leadership, access to development programs, access to human rights, access to speedy justice, access to opportunities, ownership matters, harassment, prejudicial attitudes towards their abilities , health, their voices are not heard by the younger accused, insulted, screamed, scolded, coerced, threatened, look down upon, humiliated physically, denial of autonomy, threatened with weapons to death, threatened with physical violence, threatened to deprive of their liberty.
The Consortia Development Partners – Northern Citizen Community Board (NCCB) and JAD (Justice, Aid, and Development) Foundation Chitral, mandated by Social Entrepreneurship, Disaster and Climate Risk Resilience and Sustainable Development, human rights and youth development is offering this unique and innovative opportunity, under the human rights and social development program “Consortia–Habitat” to help you, to be living in the modern urban life with the availability of organic architecture, farming, livestock, agriculture, organic food and fruits. In the urban life you will enjoy the rural and traditional life style, and will get opportunities to maintain your own farmhouse, your own livestock, your own organic cropping, and promotion of your organic food in the closer by commercial centre or within the commercial centre of your housing scheme.
CHITRAL: The chief executive officer of Northern Citizen Community Board (NCCB), Chitral, Shahzada Ibrahim Pirzada has appealed to the donor agencies to rescue the flood and earthquake-hit people of Chitral by giving them donations for their rehabilitation which is beyond the capacity of the government.
Flanked by former MPA Saeed Ahmed Khan and other office-bearers of the organisation, he told reporters on Friday that the NCCB was the only organisation which the donors could rely on for their donations.
He said the organisation was known in the area for its community oriented activities as it supported the needy people in their hour of need. He said the NCCB had launched a housing scheme for heirs of those killed in the war against terrorism. Mr Pirzada said flash floods and earthquake had caused widespread damage in the district and that the donors’ help could only mitigate the sufferings of the affected people.
Northern Citizen Community Board (NCCB) has trained 24 women police and 4 male police officers in performance management. Two days training was arranged for women police to enhance their capacity building and to create boldness among these women police. Prominent social worker Shabnam Ara sociologist was the trainer. Certificates were also distributed among the trainees.
12 days cooking training for women of Chitral completed here at NCCB center. The cooking training was organized by Northern Citizen Community Board (NCCB) to improve cooking skill and introduce different verities of centuries old traditional food of Chitral among the young generation.