Completion Report Vocational Training Center for IDPs Jalozai Camp Nowshera

Duration:  (From November 2009 to June 2010)
Collaboration with: PPAF
Under Supervision: SALIK DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION (SDF)

1.Prologue of Salik Development Foundation
Salik Development Foundation is a non profit, non political civil society organization. SDF established in 1989 in Takht Bhai, Mardan. Salik Foundation has completed thousands of developmental schemes/projects in district Mardan, Sawabi, Peshawar, Nowshera, Mansehra, Swat, Dir, Azad Kashmir, Kohistan and Swat  through which millions of people benefited.

These developmental projects have been implemented with the help of local community, government and non government national and international organizations. Salik Foundation has worked not only in usual circumstances but in state of emergency also. Especially day night hard working for the emergency and rehabilitation activities of earthquake 2005 effectees. The main activities were vocational trainings, health services, health education, hygiene promotion, environmental protection activities, water supply and sanitation.

Due to Swat, Malakand agency and FATA military operation a huge invasion of 2.7 million IDPs approximately migrated to district Mardan, Sawabi, Charsaddah, Nowshehra and Peshawar. The IDPs were hosted by the local people of the said districts. The IDPs were given food, clothes and other facilities of life.

Beside these government established eight IDPs camps in the above mentioned districts of KPK. Relief activities started by the government, national and international organizations in these camps.

Salik Foundation started its relief activities in these camps with available resources while these relief activities further supported and extended by Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF) partner of Salik Development Foundation for Mardan and Nowshera camps.

2. Stimulus   Point for Vocational Skill centre Jalozia:
After the successful implementation of IDPs Support Program (vocational & technical education) at Jalala IDPs camp Takht Bhai Mardan and Benazir IDPs camp Risalpure, where SDF trained (   4692   ) IDP’s in different trades .
After this remarkable attainment Salik Development Foundation started the same activities in Jalozai IDPs camp Nowshera with collaboration of PPAF.

Salik Foundation had been given the task by PPAF to train the IDPs from Bajur, Mehmand and Khyber agencies etc at Jalozai IDPs camp for vocational training i.e. plumbing, masonry, electrician, carpentry, women tailoring and embroidery. On November 9, 2009 Salik Foundation established vocational training center in the Pak Army provided building near Jalozai IDPs camp Nowshera.

3. Area Profile:
Jalozai refugee camp, 35 kilometers southwest of Peshawar, looks like a small, bustling city, with a mile-long bazaar offering a wealth of goods. In 2009 the military operation against militants in Swat, and FATA region million of IDP’ placed in Jalzoai camp. In the camp IDPs have many problems like food, shelter, clothes and finance for survival in the camp. They wanted to have financial support so that to become able to fulfill their basic needs of life, as they had nothing after displacement from their place of origin. For the purpose they were required to work and earn for their families but most of them have no technical skills to work and earn for their families.

Looking to their needs In November 2009 Salik Foundation had started Vocational Technical Training to the IDPs collaboration with PPAF (Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund) in Jalozia camp Nowshera. In Jalozai camp Salik Foundation were providing Technical Training to the IDPs belongs to different districts. The Training was for both male and female IDPs. These training centers for IDPs were providing trainings in six trades;
1. Carpentry
2. Electrician
3. Masonry
4. Plumbing
5. Tailoring
6. Embroidery
After the completion of training session which was 6 working days, Salik development Foundation has given Kits and compensation of 6 days to every student.

4. Opening Ceremony
On November 9, 2009 Salik Development Foundation established Vocational Training centre for 06 trades in the F C Compound near Army hospital Jalozai IDPs camp Nowshera. Mr. Jehan Zeb Salik president of SDF was the chief guest of this ceremony. This was the amusing occasion for IDP’s that PPAF established a vocational Training centre with their Implementing partner (Salik Development Foundation).

5. Overall Progress: 

Trade Name
Plumbing
Carpentry
Electrician
Masonry
Embroidery
Women Tailoring
Grand Tot
Batch A
50
50
50
52
55
55
312
Batch B
90
240
227
180
120
120
977
Batch C
50
300
330
250
170
170
1270
Batch D
25
125
150
125
75
75
575
Batch E
40
120
220
100
60
60
600
Batch F
40
60
80
60
60
60
360
Batch G
40
60
80
60
60
60
360
Batch H
40
60
80
60
60
60
360
Batch I
40
60
80
60
60
60
360
Batch J
40
80
80
60
60
60
380
Batch K
40
120
120
120
80
80
560
Batch L
40
120
180
100
80
80
600
Batch M
40
120
180
100
80
80
600
Batch N
40
120
180
100
80
80
600
Batch O
80
120
180
100
80
80
640
Batch P
80
200
160
100
80
80
700
Batch Q
80
200
160
100
80
80
700
Batch R
80
200
160
100
80
80
700
Batch S
80
200
160
100
80
80
700
Batch T
80
200
160
100
80
80
700
Batch U
80
200
160
100
80
80
700
Batch V
40
240
200
80
80
60
700
Batch W
40
140
120
60
60
40
460
Batch X
40
200
140
80
80
80
620
Batch Y
40
180
140
60
60
60
540
Batch Z
40
200
140
80
60
60
580
Batch A -1
40
180
120
40
60
60
500
Batch B -1
40
200
200
80
80
100
700
Batch Total
1455
4295
4237
2607
2140
2120
16854
 6.  Employment:
1. An International NGO IRC has employed one of our students Juma Khan as mason in their project at jalozai cam.
2. IRC has also employed another of our student Mr. Naik Muhammad as carpenter in their project at Jalozai camp.
3. An international Organization Islamic relief has also employed several of our students as mason and electricians.
4. Two students who completed their training in Plumbing got suitable employment in Swat

9. Events and Functions

9.1 Training of Trainers ( ToT)
Date: 
 17-11-2009
Venue:  Vocational Training Center at Jalozai IDPs camp (Noshehra)
Resource Person: Mr.Shehzad (PPAF)

TOT Participant:
1. M.Shahid   (Masonry)
2. Misal          (Masonry)
3. Alam Zeb   (Electrician)
4. Ghufran      (Electrician)
5. Meraj         (Carpentry)
6. Khalil                   (Carpentry)
7. Shamshad   (Plumbing)
8. Fazle Mola   (Plumbing)
9. Ms.Zikraj   (Tailoring Instructor)
10. Ms.Zuhra   (Tailoring Instructor)
11. Ms.Haleema  (Embroidery)
12. Ms.Hena Zulfiqar  (Embroidery)
13. Ms.Tahira     (Embroidery)
14. Pir Musanif Shah  (Senior Social Organizer)
15. Ms.Bushra Bashir  (Social Organizer)
16. Ms.Bushra Atta     (J.Social Organizer)Objective of TOT: 

To enable the master trainers of vocational training center for quality teaching methodology and good communication skills.
 Mr. Shehzad Anwar, Consultant (PPAF) during TOT workshop at Jalozai IDPs camp
 Summary of TOT Training:
On November 17th, Mr.Shehzad Anwar, Consultant PPAF visited all the classes before starting training to see the teaching methodology of vocational training teachers. He asked some probing question to decide the training level.
The training was started with recitation from the Holy Quran by Mr.Khalid. Then all participants of the training introduced their selves.
Mr. Shahid (PPAF) talked on training objective and need. He told trained the participants with the help charts etc and then conducted group works. He divided the participants into different groups and gave tasks to complete their group work with the participation of every group members.
The group works presented by the trainees while Mr. Shahid (PPAF) facilitated and made some important corrections for improvement. He asked various question from training participants to ensure exact message delivery.
Then Mr. Shehzad Anwar, Consultant PPAF described the qualities of a good teacher with the help of training participants. Mr.Shahid requested to all participants that always keep in mind these qualities and principles.

The following are the main points stressed by Mr. Shehzad Anwar, Consultant PPAF in the training.

1. To keep regularly a display and charts in class rooms.
2. To display the previous work of passed trainees
3. To involve the trainees in practical as much as possible.
4. To ensure class attendance
5. To make sure in class discipline.
6. To improve work day by day and work hard.
7. Don’t waste class timings
8. Revision of previous work (participatory)
9. Ask questions during teaching and adopt participatory method of teaching.
10. To use easy and better understanding communication skills, i.e language, behavior etc.
11. To arrange all the teaching ads and equipment before the class starts.
12. Teachers should be a role model for students.

Mr. Shehzad Anwar, Consultant (PPAF) during TOT workshop at Jalozai IDPs camp

Mr. Shehzad Anwar, Consultant PPAF had also talked about some necessary precautions during such vocational training i.e.;

1. Protection of Eyes
2. Protection of Hands
3. Protection of Head
4. Protection of Clothes and personnel things.
5. To ensure personnel hygiene and to act upon environmental protection precaution, in the training center and as well as in the camp.
6. To take care each other during practical work.
7. Don’t use the equipment roughly and badly, (by both of trainers and trainees)
8. To ensure by trainees that always to keep the equipment at appropriate place after finishing work.

At the end of training Mr. Shehzad Anwar, Consultant PPAF thanked all the TOT participants for their interest and spirit for IDPs support. He also appreciated the valuable work of Salik Development Foundation with assistance of PPAF. He requested once again to the participants to act upon the basic principles which have been taught today.

Pir Musanif Shah, Senior Social Organizer of SDF, told to the participants to work hard as social work and for the development of our nation. He thanked PPAF for the IDPs Support Program first time in Pakistan according to this pattern. He considered this program very beneficial for IDPs in future and rehabilitation of their homeland.

Then the training ended with the collective pray for the stability, development and peace in our nation and whole world.

9. 2 World Health Day: 
World Health Day was celebrated in the camp with Safety as its theme. The persons with disabilities, young boys and girls were given instructions on maintaining safety on the roads; How to cross the road; what different signals meant on the roads; A Map showing different Road Signs was shown to them.

Persons with disabilities were explained as how to cross the roads, to enter the bus through the front entrance, carry their identity card with them always. It was a very useful and interesting session with the group.

5.2 Women’s Empowerment Program:
Except the six types of trainings we are giving to IDPs which is included in our scope of work A Two days training for women empowerment at Jalozai Camp was also organized. The program included extensive sessions on the Importance of Women’s Health, Need for Family Planning, HIV AIDS and the program also concluded with the formation of a Savings Group.

5.3 Sports Mela
Salik Development Foundation (SDF) has decided to conduct IDPs sports mela for the recreation of IDPs and to boost their sprit of working together for developmental activities.
The teams of cricket, volleyball, badminton and athletics participated in the sports mela. These all teams were IDPs of Jalozai Camp.

Opening of Sports Mela:

Opening Ceremony started with the recitation from the Holy Quran.
Mr. Jehan Zeb Salik, President Salik Foundation welcomed all the guests and participants of the ceremony. He thanked the Jalozai camp management for their cooperation. He explained to the participants that the purpose of the mela is to involve youth in healthy activities.
After the speech of Mr.Jehan Zeb Salik,
Brigadier Umar Hayat properly announced the IDPs Sports Mela and opened all the mela events properly.

Sports Events:

The Teams got into field and started the sports events i.e Cricket, Volley Ball, Badminton and Athletics etc in different groups.
A view of Athletics Game
A view of Volley Ball Game

10.8. Views of IDPs at Jalozai Camp Noshehra:

The IPDs were very happy for the conduction of sports mela. They told that Salik Foundation has done valuable support activities for us.
 The sports events amused us very much. They ensured that such healthy activities will led the youth towards peace and development of the area instead of destruction. They requested that sports tournaments and celebration of various events may be held in future. They ensured their cooperation for the conduction of such events in future.

11.  Kits and Money Distribution Ceremony:

Every week Salik Foundation arranges money and kits distribution
ceremony for those students who complete their training. After the completion of training session which is 6 working days, at the end of training session, Salik development Foundation gives Kits and compensation of 6 days to every student. Till now 21 kits and money distribution ceremonies has been arranged.
 Every week Salik Foundation arranges money and kits distribution
Col. Rashid (Pak Army) & Mr. Jehanzeb (President SDF) distribute kits among the trainees.


12. Establishment of play ground for children

Salik Development Foundation has established a playground for children in IDP’s Camp Jalozia in FC compound. This playground is full of recreational equipments. The IDP’s highly appreciate this additional ordinary effort for recreational activities.

13. Visitors to Vocational Center:
7.1 US Senate members Delegation Visit to SDF Vocational Training Center at Jalozai camp. (12-11-2009)
The members of delegation were:
• Rep. Ron Kind,WI,
• Rep John Tiemey MA,
• Rep Peter Welch,VT ,
• Rep. George Miller.CA
• Ms Candance (US) ,
• Ms Kylie (USAID)
• Lt. General Nadeem

The delegation of United States Senators    visited on 12th of November 2009 to the Salik Development Foundation vocational training center. The Senators visited every class (Plumbing, Carpenter, Electrician, Mason, Tailoring and Embroidery classes). The delegation was briefed by the Jehan zeb, President Salik Foundation M.Ibrahim Jan, Coordinator planning and management of Salik Development Foundation and Mr.Fazle wahid Coordinator SDF and Nasir saeed camp in charge SDF. They met the Trainees and ask some question about the training. Then the delegation visited the display center and checked the quality of tool kits and appreciated the whole process of training.

After that all the team of delegation met with representative of IDPs camp. All the representatives highlight there problems.  At the end of meeting, the members of US delegation promised to solve the problem as soon as possible.

7.2. Visit of UNO Members (16th December 2009):
The two members of UNO Mr. BRENNAN HEVSER (USA) and JERMY LAWHORN(USA) visited SALIK DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION Vocational Technical Training Centre Jalozai on 16th December 2009. They warmly welcomed by Mr. Nasir Saeed Camp in charge and the staff members. They were told about the Vocational Technical Training Centre, in which trainings are provided to IDPs. They impressed by the hard work and proper management of the Staff members.  They visited all classes and observed different activities. They highly impressed by the attractive Displays in the classes. They asked different questions in different classes. They warmly appreciated the activities and the capacity of Salik Foundation.

7.2. Visit of UNHCR members :
The members of UNHCR Mr. Abdul Sattar and Miss Uzma visited SALIK DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION Vocational Technical Training Centre on 17th December 2009. They were warmly welcomed by Nasir Saeed the Camp in charge and the other staff members. They were briefed by Nasir Saeed about the Vocational Technical Training Program. They were quite impressed by the skills provided to the IDPs by Salik Development Foundation. The members of UNHCR cheeked the certificates and tool kits, provided to the IDPs by SDF.

They visited the classes and observed the classes and the students. They asked questions from the students and noted their views about the different skills provided by Salik Foundation. They appreciated the teachers a lot and specially the practical works provided and being providing to these poor and needy people. They were greatly attracted by the Displays in all the classes.
In the female classes they observed the practical works of the students and the interests of the students. They appreciated their works i.e. cutting, measuring and sewing of clothes.
The UNHCR members appreciated Salik Foundation efforts in these words, “the skills which are providing to the IDPs by Salik Foundation is quite effective and beneficial for the trainees and will help them when they return back to their place of origin.

7.3. Visit of Sports Mela Chief Guest to Vocational Training Center.

The Chief Guest of the mela was General Nadeem, SSG, Pak Army, who opened the events of IDPs sports mela. On this occasion the special guest the minister of social welfare from Denmark arrived too and participated in the opening ceremony of sports mela. She visited the vocational training
center of Salik Foundation for IDPs in Jalozai camp Noshehra. He looked all the class rooms and met with IDPs trainees and women. She
appreciated the work of Salik Foundation. The government and private media was present at the
movement; they covered the event and visited the vocational center of Salik Foundation.
General Nadeem and Minister of social welfare Denmark attended a community JERGA meeting and they met with IDPs leaders, where theylisten the problems of IDPs.
Lft General Nadeem Ahmad (Chairman SSG) coming to SDF Vocational Training
Lft. General Nadeem Ahmad (Chairman SSG Pak Army ) told to the media that Salik Foundation and PPAF doing great job for supporting IDPs in order to rebuilt their areas after the end of military operation. They appreciated the work and activities being carried out in vocational training center.

 7.4. Visit of Sara Cator (Media reporter USA)

On March 13, 2010 Sara Cator ( media reporter USA) visited
Vocational training center of Salik Foundation at Jalozai camp. She reached the center around 2:30pm. The team of Salik Foundation – Mr. Nasir Saeed, Samiullah, Aftab and Muqadar welcomed her.The team gives a brief about some of the activities of the center. She was told that Salik Foundation has established this vocational training
center for IDPs  living in jalozai camp nowshehra .   Sara cater (American journalist visiting class 
 In this training center there are six trades; carpentry, electrician, masonry, plumbing, tailoring and embroidery.  The center encourages IDPs to get practical training, to utilize it for repairing their homes when they back to their origin as well as to earn for their families. Currently this center has  
trained ten thousands six hundred and fifty four  IDPs and many of them are employed and earning for their families.  Sara cater (American   journalist visiting vocational centre SDF

 

She asked some questions from the team. The questions were:
1. How many students attend the center in every training on regular basis?
Ans: seven hundred in which 160 are female sand the rest are males .
2. Is it difficult to convince the IDPs to come to the center or there is no difficulty?
Ans:  It is much easier and we are facing no difficulty. They are aware of the importance of technical trainings.
3. What about the female students? Do their parents encourage them to go to the center?
Ans: Female students are less likely to attend the center than Male students. The parents feel that it is time for them to take up their share of household responsibilities.
4. Do you follow any syllabus for giving six days trainings in different trades?
Ans:  We follow the curriculum as prescribed by PPAF. We encourage the IDPs to pick a skill of their interest.
5. How many students and teachers do you have in your school? What is the teacher student ratio?
Ans: We have 700 students and 35 teachers in our center. The teacher student ratio in a class is 1:20.

After getting basic information she visited different classrooms and met
with students. She first visited mason class and appreciated classroom environment equipped with different learning materials. She asked questions from the students that what is DPC (Damp Proof Course) and the students replied correctly. She met and appreciated Mr Gohar ali, instructor of mason class for his hard work.

 After that she went to the female tailoring and embroidery class. She became very happy to know about the interest of female students and saw the work done by them. She asked the following questions from female students

1. What problems they are facing after migration?
Ans: IDP’s replied we have problems of  Food ,shelter ,drinking water , etc after migration .
2. What you learnt from the training?
Ans: We learnt clothes cutting. Sewing and sizing.

7.5 Visit of Gen. Mustafa (Pak Army)
Date: 08 July 2010
Venue: Salik Foundation Skill Training Centre Jalozia IDP’s Camp

Participants: Gen. Mustafa, Brig. Omar Hayth, Lt. Col Rashid, Jehan Zeb Salik (President SDF), Nasar Saeed Centre in charge
Gen. Mustafa the Chief of Special Support group (SSG) Pak Army has visited Skill Centre jalozia. In that occasion president of Salik Development Foundation Mr. Jehan Zeb Salik and centre in charge Mr. Nasar Saeed welcomed the chief guest.
Mr. Nasar Saeed has given brief introduction about Vocational Skill centre, after briefing Mr. Gen. Mustafa visited the classes one by one and asks questions from teachers and students. Gen. Mustafa accepted that this sparkling attempt of Salik Development Foundation towards skill trainings of those IDP’s who are interested to empower with skill and earn livelihood for their families.

Gen. Mustafa coming to Vocational Centre SDF
 Gen. Mustafa & jehan zeb salik visiting Centre
   
Jehan Zeb president SDF giving briefing to Gen. Mustafa
Gen. Mustafa asking question from students

14. Case Studies
8.1. Story of Juma Khan
Juma Khan belongs to Khyber agency. He was living in a small village. He has eight brothers and sisters. Juma Khan is married and has three children. His father is aged and not able to work. Juma Khan Brothers were studying in school in Khyber agency and he was the only one, responsible for earning for their family. By occupation he was farmer. And this was the only source of his earning. Juma Khan Family was living their life happily.

Their village was a hub of militants. Army operation started against militants
 in Khyber Agency. Juma Khan and his family saw gunship helicopters and jet bombarding their village. Blood was shaded everywhere and they saw that their life is insecure and in danger.They continue to suffer at the hands of Militants and then their misery is being compounded by military’s, as ordered to the civilian to vacate the village. And among them Juma Khan Family fled to Jalozai  
 Camp to find a safe place and make their life secure.  Juma working as carpenter at Jalozai camp
When they came to Jalozai camp they faced many problems, especially in the process of registration. Children are the most vulnerable individuals who get easily affected by psychological effects of war and similarly Juma Khan Brothers affected badly. Along with psychological problems their education also stopped. Although Juma khan family was receiving food items but there were some other necessities of his family which needed money but Juma khan had no money to support his family. Juma Khan tried to earn for their family but he had no skill to utilize it for earning. Thus he was in distress and was in search to find a way for the solution of his problems.

He came to know that Salik development Foundation has established a vocational center for IDPs in Jalozai Camp collaboration with PPAF, containing six trades; carpentry, electrician, masonry, plumbing, tailoring and embroidery. Juma Khan visited the center and decided to get skill training. He was fond of carpentry, and thus he was admitted to learn carpentry. This was one weak practical training and by successful completion Juma khan also received a kit containing necessary equipments for carpentry.

After completion of training Juma Khan was very happy because he was able to work as carpenter. He started working in NGO at Jalozai camp, repairing broken doors, tables and chairs and earning Rs. 700/per day. He expressed his views that he will also utilize this technical skill after returning his home.

8.2. Story of Naik Muhammad

Naik Mohammad Khan belongs to Bara subdivision of Khyber Agency.
He lives in joint family and has two brothers and four sisters. He came to Jalozai camp when a serious fight occurred between Taliban and Pakistan Army in which many of his neighbors were killed.On November 23, 2009 Naik Muhammad saw that another full-fledged military operation is anticipated as scores of soldiers equipped with latest weapons and
 artillery guns arrived in different areas of Bara subdivision. Troops of security forces,  equipped with
 Naik Muhammad working as mason in IRC and constructing pit latrines at jalozai camp
artillery guns and rocket launchers, were stationed in different areas of Bara. Troops of security forces, equipped with artillery guns and rocket launchers, were stationed in different areas of Bara. Pakistan Army’s gunship helicopters pounded militants’ positions in Bara and started shelling. Men, women and children were stuck in their homes because of the curfew, air attacks and presence of armed militants.Naik Muhammad Family had to leave as the area was not safe for them and the administration declared break in curfew. They covered a long distance by foot and then crammed into overcrowded vehicles to flee from further bombardments. They reached to Jalozai camp for living.In the camp they were facing many problems. They wanted to have financial support so that to become able to fulfill their basic needs of life, as they had nothing after displacement from their place of origin. There was nobody for their support. Naik Muhammad was trying to work as labor to earn for his family but he found nothing as he had no technical skills.

He came to know that salik Foundation is providing vocational trainings to internally displaced people in Jalozai camp. For the purpose he visited Training center of Salik Foundation. He was interested in masonry and got admission in this course.

SDF was like a silver lining in the cloud for him
this provided him training as a mason for one week. After getting training from SDF he was in the position to work anywhere as mason. Therefore he started work as mason in IRC at Jalozai camp. Naik Muhammad is now no more worried about cherishing his whole family. Consequently Naik Muhammad is living a better life even then his life in Bara subdivision.
He expressed his views that now I have technical skills and I am able as well as have many opportunities to work as mason.

8.3: Case study of Gul Mohammad
Jalozai camp Nowshehra
Mr.GulMohammad belongs to Khyber agency. He is the son of Abdul Hanan. He was living in a small village. He has seven brothers and sisters i.e. five are brothers and two are sisters. Gul Mohammad is un-married person. His father is an aged and not able to work. Gul Mohammad and one of his other brother are the only source of their income while his other brothers were studying in school in Khyber agency. By occupation he was a shopkeeper. He mentioned that in this way he fulfill all the needs and requirements of his family because this was the only source of his earning. And similarly Gul Mohammad Family was living their life happily.
The village of Gul Mohammad was a hub of militants. Army operation started against militants in Khyber Agency. Gul Mohammad and his family saw gunship helicopters and jet bombarding their village. Blood was shaded everywhere and they saw that their life was insecure and totally in danger.

They continue to suffer at the hands of Militants and then their misery is being compounded by military’s, as ordered to the civilian to vacate the village. Because the safety of the body and other living beings are to insure by the others. And among them Gul Mohammad Family fled to Jalozai Camp to find a safe place and make their life secure.

When they came to Jalozai camp they faced many problems, especially in the process of registration. Children are the most vulnerable individuals who get easily affected by psychological effects of war and similarly Gul Mohammad family i.e brothers and sisters affected badly. Along with psychological problems their education also stopped. Although Gul Mohammad family was receiving food items but there were some other necessities of his family which needed money but Gul Mohammad had no money to support his family. Gul Mohammad tried to earn for their family but he had no skill to utilize it for earning. Thus he was in distress and was in search to find a way for the solution of his problems.

He came to know that Salik development Foundation has established a vocational center for IDPs in Jalozai Camp collaboration with PPAF, containing six trades; carpentry, electrician, masonry, plumbing, tailoring and embroidery. Gul Mohammad visited the center and decided to get skill training. He was fond of carpentry, and thus he was admitted to learn carpentry. This was one week practical training and by successful completion Gul Mohammad also received a kit containing necessary equipments for carpentry and also some money to start from it, his own occupation.
After completion of training Gul Mohammad was very happy because he was able to work as carpenter. He started working in NGO at Jalozai camp, repairing the old Latrines and preparing the doors of the new and earning Rs. 400/per day. He expressed his views that he will also utilize this technical skill after returning his home. And repair all the damaged and broken doors and windows and all others things related to carpentry in my home and village.
15. Achievements
The major achievement in this project were trained (16,854) IDP’s in vocation of tailoring and embroidery, masonry, carpentry, electrician and plumbing. The case studies and employments with different organization of the trained IDP’s are the successful landmark of this project. This was a turning point for IDP’s to take curiosity in skill trainings instead of receiving other grants and utensils.
The positive mobilization change the mind set of IDP’s towards productive activities. And now the IDP’s working positively creation

Impacts of Skill Training on IDPs:
1. Social Mobilization has developed optimistically the brain edge of IDP’s about the productive works.
2. IDP’s has encouraged searching for the alternative or possible non violent skills jobs.
3. Sustain economic growth for employment creation and poverty elimination.
4. Trim down joblessness rate.
5. This also the runway for IDP’s trainee’s to earn their livelihoods for their families with dignity.
6. Enabling a healthy interactive platform for youth to engage a vital segment of the society.
7. Make available skill for livelihood.
8. Skill training Promoting and accelerating quality skilled workers.