School for the flood hit children in Pakistan

by Fatima Memorial Hospital Vetted since 2007


After detailed damage need assessment, Fatima Memorial Hospital adopted a settlement of 400 families in a flood hit area near Dera Ghazi Khan in South Punjab The village was called Habit Mastui and a school was set up to educate children in area - the building was donated by a local landlord and a school was set up. Today after four years 200 Children are studying regularly in the school and we hope to keep continuing to educate these children with your support.

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There are currently 1000 primary school going children in the setllement adopted by FMH for a complete relief and rehabilitatation project.So far FMH has already funded for a baseline survey and provided medical relief, food, clothing and Eid Packages in this acutely flood affected area. The school needs to be rebuild. The children are living with their families in temporary shelters and are hopeful of starting their school soon.This project will save the academic future of these children.


FMH has been providing non formal education for over 20 yrs. Because the recent floods are a prolonged calamity, it is vital to start provision of education immediately to flood affected pupil. FMH will carry this side by side with other relief work.

Long-Term Impact

The project will educate 1000 primary school going children of Union Council Ghous Abad, in Dera Ghazi Khan, which is the need of the hour. It will help save the academic future of this generation.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).



Organization Information

Fatima Memorial Hospital

Location: Lahore, Punjab - Pakistan
Website: http:/​/​
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Twitter: @nur_crp
Project Leader:
Arif Kabani
Lahore, Punjab Pakistan

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