The non-profit organization, Al Sarwar Trust, has constructed a hospital in a remote area in Pakistan to supply for much needed health care in the community, especially for women and children. To strengthen the utilization of the hospital, the project funded complementary infrastructural projects, such as roads to the hospital for easy access, a non-profit department store, and a post office inside the hospital premises to take into account the far-off location of the community hospital.
Hospital was established in a region where before the nearest health facilities were more than 50 kilometres away. The hospital was short listed in Pilot Project Pakistan and financial support was given by NORAD/DF. Because of its success, other financial support was given by NORAD/DF. Because of its success, other financial supporting capacity building trainings, institutional development and health awareness raising in the region.
• Project mobilization
|Organisation||Al Sarwar Trust|
|Organisation type||Migrant Organisation|
• Local associations
Employing local staff in remote areas
Linking local beneficiaries