Apr 9, 2018

Mobile Medical Camps at different locations

Health is the basic right of a person. Without a sound body and sound mind a person cannot lead a happy life. It is imperative for a person to be in good health in order to live a life that has happiness engulfed within it. Would you ever be able to work hard if your health is falling? Would you be able to spend happy moments with your family if you are not healthy? Well! the answer to such questions is clearly a “No”. It is actually the duty of the government to make necessary arrangements so that each individual of a state may lead a healthy life. The Sindh province of Pakistan is facing a lot of health problems. There are a lot of ailments that are prevalent in this province that need to be addressed immediately so that the menace of ailments may be taken away from this province. There are many issues of the health specially Maternity Health Services are very poor and due to that women suffering because there is no any hospital facilities near to villages and people needs to travel miles and miles to get a single tablet and medicine for there families. Every year many women dies due to non availability of timely services of the basic facilities.  

 

Fast Rural Development Program that’s why proposed the “Health on Wheels” project to help those people who are unable to get medicines and health facilities, This hospital will move to village by village provide the basic health facilities along with Doctor and Medicines for free to the poor communities who not afford the medicines. We have started the camping already but we need funds to purchase the our vehicle to move in the villages because we are now only covering the road side but we need 4X4 car to reach the villages where only 4X4 can go, we are requesting donors for the support us to reach these communities. 

Apr 9, 2018

FRDP want to start schools for Street Children

Street children were sub-divided into two different categories, i.e. children who work on the streets and children who live on the streets, more then 5000 children in street of Hyderabad and in worst situation. These children are mostly invoved in begging, rag-picking, drug peddling and only a handful of them are working as cobblers, paper boys, waiters and flower sellers. “They beg, steal and sometimes even work as prostitutes.”
FRDP Pakistan been engaged to collect the information and requested the donors but still unable to get funds to start the schools in the area, through the global giving we are requesting for the donations to start atleast some schools to engage these children in schools and give them proper education.
Mar 23, 2018

School Transport for the Students arranged

The Baloch tribe whose misfortunes clash sharply with more affluent surrounding areas largely populates Jacobabad, Sindh Pakistan. With a female literacy rate of only 22.3%, The scarcity of schools combined with conservative local attitudes toward female mobility has terrible consequences for an adolescent girl in Jacobabad: if there is no school in her village, she is forced to drop out.

Fast Rural Development Program with the support of donors build the schools where no schools available for the poor communities, we have established five primary schools at different villages where 1500 students getting free education, but at the same time we need the vehicle / bus or pickup to pick the female and male students who are living far from our schools, we have so far arranged one pickup and so Qingqi for the pickup the students but still this is not enough to cover the students. We are providing the free transportation to 100 students only but we still need four hundred student to transport them to there villages and school. 

We are very thankful to our respective donors who really support us a lot to help the poor children to reach the school and request to share this report with other friends and colleagues to help us get more funds and reach the more villages.

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