Some of the key Projects and initatives by KFORD from last 10 years.
Some of the key projects undertaken by KFORD in Jammu and Kashmir with the support and partnership of different organizations, departments and institutions.Execution of Projects / Studies – consultancy and Consortium
Livelihood Impact Study: Strengthening protection, psychosocial welfare and economic support for conflict-affected children and their families in Jammu & Kashmir.
Improved status of most socially excluded children in J&K with their voices heard and recognized institutionally by formal and informal structures. (Kupwara & Anantnag districts of J&K).
Strengthening protection mechanisms for conflict-affected and other vulnerable children in Jammu and Kashmir--BASELINE SURVEY OF 24 VILLAGES AT KUPWARA J&K.
Ensuring Child Protection with Emphasis on Psychosocial Care Project Funded by TDS Germany Implemented by H F and documented by KFORD.
Case Study / Best Practices with Impact: northern frontier district Kupwara near LoC; Improved status of most socially excluded children in J&K with their voices heard and recognized institutionally by formal and informal structures.
Research Study on: People and their right to natural resources: A study on (water resource) Wular Lake funded by Action Aid.
Sports activity initiatives (Tennikoit, Cricket and Youth Camps) - Education support for underprivileged children.
Emergency Response to J&K Floods 2014: Supported by Pure Gold (CSR) and Americare India.
Survey on Out- of- School Children through Talash, Budgam J&K. Funded by UNICEF in support with Education Department Government of J&K.
DRAFTING A POLICY FRAMEWORK TO SECURE RIGHTS OF ORPHAN CHILDREN AND GOVERN ORPHANAGES IN JAMMU & KASHMIR. Supported by Ministry of Law and Justice, Department of Justice, Government of India.
Protecting Child Rights, in particular Rights to Protection in Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir State supported by UNICEF.
South Asian Conference for peace and development at Sonamarg J&K 2015. Supported and in partnership with South Asian Fraternity and J&K Government.
Community-based protection and participation of children in Kashmir: (Child Friendly Spaces) Covering 20,000 (5000 direct and 15,000 in schools) children, 5000 parents, 2000 community members (religious leaders, eminent persons in the village, key influencers) Supported by UNICEF).
The overall objective of KFORD in the area of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) is to contribute to the realization of children’s rights to survival and development through promotion of the sector and support to state and national programmes that increase equitable and sustainable access to, and use of, safe water and basic sanitation services, and promote improved hygiene. Under this program KFORD has worked at district Kupwara, Bandipore, Baramulla, Budgam and Anantnag for safe water and basic sanitation services and to promote improved hygiene through different initiatives from last four years (Constructed Four Community Based Convenience Centers till 2019).
Child Protection District Need Assessment Study (DNA) & District Child Protection Plan, 2017-18 Budgam District, Jammu & Kashmir: A Collaboration between KFord UNICEF & Leher.