Community Empowerment Through Livestock Development & Credit
A Partnership Project of UNDP/Nestlé Pakistan Ltd
Success Stories
Raising the Bar

Wafa Khan and Rafia Shehzadi have set an example of courage, commitment and perseverance, while fighting with the impediments of life. Being successful Livestock Health Care & Extension Workers, they are true inspiration for the other women of their

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Believing in Yourself

Muhammad Bibi had never thought that life would become an uphill struggle for her. She lived in Tehsil Mian Channu with her husband and six children. Her husband was a butcher, whose meager income was quite insufficient to meet the family's

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Eve in Action

Shanti Nagar is a small gated Christian community located in Minachunnu, District Khanewal. Here the Camaraderie of three friends Jane, Srafeen, and Shamim has created a collaborative small business model. One of them is working as a Livestock

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It Is Never Too Late

How to cope up with the prevailing situation, Riaz Kausar thought while shaking spoon in a small empty cauldron. Since many hours, her innocent children had been asking her for something to eat, but she was unable to give them anything except

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Embarking on Entrepreneurship

Kishwar Kausar is one of those firebrands who stay resilient despite continuing hardships. The only supporting hand of her two children, her mentally retarded (whimsical and skeptic) husband divorced her just after few years of their marriage. Since

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From Dusk to Dawn

Razia Parveen's, an ordinary wife from a rural village, unwavering devotion to commitment paved way for ultimate success leaving other women of her community in awe. They too now wish to experience the same adrenalin rush to pursue training an

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Making the Mark

Am I destined to stitch these footballs, and get my hands hurt forever? Would I never be able to pull my children out of the bog of deprivation ? Ghazala Parveen thought desperately. Her husband's scarce income coupl

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Welcome To CELDAC
"Community Empowerment through Livestock Development & Credit” (CELDAC) is a corollary of several projects, which  UNDP has launched under its “Gender Support Program,” for the socio-economic development of  rural areas of Pakistan. Designed upon the request of government of Pakistan, CELDAC is an ideal public-private partnership between UNDP  and Nestle Pakistan Ltd, the implementing partner in Punjab component. This project is envisaged in line with the pivotal r.....+ read more
Operationalization of CELDAC
CELDAC is in the process of training a cadre of women livestock workers through certified female Master Trainers. This initiative provides opportunities for self-employment and income generation among the rural women, as well as helps them in maintaining the health and production of livestock. In order to pledge for sustainability of these livestock healthcare & extension workers, the project extends timely and extensive support to establish market mechanism for them.This is the beginning of a great transformation. In the typically traditional areas where a woman is not even entitled to make decisions, she has turned in to a self-employed, socio-economically empowered woman.    The operational process of project initiates with social mobilization, but before that a situational analysis is made to have an idea about basic facilities of infrastructure, literacy rate, livestock potential and vet services already available in the area. Once the area is identified, the social mobilizers format a cluster of ten potential villages. With the help of key contact persons, a community meeting is organized in each village for understanding of the project. Here the community itself nominates female candidates for livestock healthcare & management training. Out of these nominated women, two potential ladies are finally selected from each village. These candidates selected as per set criteria, undergo one month comprehensive training by the certified female veterinary doctors.The LLW training curriculum has been specially tailored and endorsed by “The University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences”, (UVAS) Lahore, ensuring reflection of high standards of teaching methodology and content in curative and preventive primary veterinary services. The training process comprises of 30% theoretical and 70% of practical components. After one month’s consecutive training, these trainees are assessed and Validated by  UVAS. After completion, each participant is awarde.....+ read more
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CELDAC Highlights
Two days Training of LLWS at Sarsabz Farm
In order to train the “women livestock healthcare & extension workers” about new techniques of livestock health care ...
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Grand Certification ceremony of LLWS at Toba
In order to formally acknowledge and certify the successful “Women Livestock Healthcare & Extension Workers”, ...
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Training Workshop on Effective Business Marketing
In order to develop the concepts & skills of business marketing & effective communication among LLWs ...
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LLWs/Livestock Department Meeting at NRW/PAS
In order to ensure the strong linkages of “Women Livestock Healthcare & Extension Workers”, ...
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Meeting with Livestock Department in Toba Tek Sing
To strengthen the contacts of Women Livestock Workers with livestock department   ...
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Meeting with DLOs -Hafizabad Nankana & Sheikhupura
In order to ensure the linkages and registration of Women Livestock Workers in livestock department  ...
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Launching & Dissemination of Project Documentary
To capture the impact of  project on the rural communities, and to share it with  major stakeholders ...
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Training Workshop for PAs & M&ECs
To enhance knowledge, understanding and professional competency of  field staff  ...
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Revision of Curriculum for LLWs
In order to address the training needs of ...
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Mid Term Review
In order to make complete evaluation of the CELDAC project ...
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Annual Audit-2007-08
During the tenure of CELDAC-Punjab, both UNDP and Nestle Pakistan Ltd ...
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CELDAC Achievement
CELDAC project started in October 2006, with the aim of enhanced Income and employment generation of rural ...
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BareFoot Vet
BareFoot Vet
Bare Foot Vet, the project documentary, unveils its impact on livelihoods, social power relations and enhanced socio-economic status of rural women, households and community at large. It talks about the beginning of a great transf.....
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