Intercountry Committee Germany-Pakistan

History

We are currently working with the following partners:​

  • Rotary District 1841 (PAULs – Portable Aqua Units for Lifesaving)
  • Rotary Club Einbeck-Northeim (District 1800 Grant for School in Jo Goth)
  • Pakistan Hilfe zur Selbsthilfe e.V. (transfer services)
  • Rotary Humanitarian Trust, District 3271, Pakistan (building the village Jo Goth)
  • Rotary Humanitarian Trust, District 3271, Pakistan (building smart villages)
  • Rotary Club Dadu Green (Food Bags)
  • Society for Safe Environment and Welfare of Agrarians in Pakistan (SSEWA-PAK) together with Sindh Christian Humanitarian Chapter and
    RC of Mirpurkhas Mango City (Flood Rapid Relief Response FRRR)
  • Haashar Association (Kohistan Early Recovery Project KERP)
  • Children Education Foundation & Charity Diamer (Elementary School, Flood Response, Dam Construction)
  • Portable Aqua Units for Lifesaving (PAUL)

In our projects after the great flood in 2010 and the earthquake in 2013, we worked additionally with the following partners:

  • Humanity Care Stiftung in Germany (HCS) (Earthquakes and flood victims)
  • Leprosy Hospital Rawalpindi (Earthquake and Flood Victims)
  • Austria Hilfswerk (earthquakes and flood victims)
  • Rotary Humanitarian Trust, District 3271, Pakistan (construction of Jo Goth village)
  • RC Lahore Midtown (flood victims)
  • RC Islamabad Cosmopolitan (flood victims)   
  • RC Islamabad Renaissance (flood victim project in Muzzaffargah)
  • RC Rawalpindi (flood victims)
  • RC Lahore Centennial Elite (flood victims – Medical Camps)
  • RC Dadu (Sindh) (flood victims)
  • RC Karachi Marina Gold (Flood victims)
  • RC Karachi Cosmopolitan (Flood Victims – Literacy Centers)

'Lessons learned' or - our experiences with emergency and reconstruction aid

Based on the professional experience of its members, the Germany-Pakistan Country Committee has learned a lot for its future activities of Rotary in emergency situations. The chairman of the German Section of the ICC, Klaus Klennert, summarized these experiences and presented them to District 1841 on October 12, 2013. You find this presentation under Lessons learned (half in English, still half in German)

Visits to Pakistan

Acknowlegements

We extend our deepest gratitude and heartfelt thanks to the dedicated individuals whose unwavering commitment and tireless efforts made the creation of our new homepage a reality. Their collective contributions have paved the way for a platform that will support development projects in Pakistan and bring positive change to countless lives.

The vibrant and compelling visual identity of our homepage is a testament to the creative brilliance of Ms. Ursula Hauer. Her artistic talents have breathed life into our project, making it not only functional but also visually captivating. Dr. Klaus Klennert’s insightful guidance and strategic thinking have been invaluable in shaping the content of our homepage. His dedication to articulating our mission and vision has ensured that our message resonates with our audience.

This project stands as a testament to what can be achieved through collective dedication and shared vision. Together, we are poised to make a meaningful impact on the development landscape in Pakistan. Thank you all for your invaluable contributions.