CUSTOMS HEALTH CARE SOCIETY

To establish model medical facilities in order to alleviate the sufferings of poor and resource less patients and provide them quality medical care. To help the humanity in distress at times of natural calamities like Earth Quakes, Accidents, IDPs crisis and so forth. To conduct training programmes for Community Health Workers in collaboration with other community based organizations and donor agencies. To create awareness among the general public for improvement of their health through health education. To help deserving and talented students and provide financial support to widows and poor families who cannot afford treatment on their own. To achieve simple treatment goals through cost ...
Provide Medical Facilities to KALASH Community
 
CHCS aims to improve health care conditions of one of the oldest community of KALASH valley who have maintained their culture and identity for hundreds of years.Owing to this value, Kalasha culture has been listed by UNESCO for consideration as World Heritage Site.
Drinking Water for 40 Villages of Thar Pakistan
 
With your kind support, Customs Health care society will provide clean drinking water to the drought hit villages of Thar in Pakistan. Thar is part of Pakistan which is often hit by drought as there are no rains over the years and shortage of water is the main concern. In the wake of this, we have embarked upon to dig 40 wells in 40 different Goths ( villages ) of Thar which on completion will not only provide clean drinking water to almost 12,000 humans but also to animals and birds. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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