AMZI Water Filtration Plant
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AMZI Water Filtration Plant

A Reverse Osmosis Filtration Plant with a capacity of 5000 gall/day has been set up since 2007 by MBT to supply clean potable water to residents within Rashidabad. The plant unlike other Commercial Mineral Water plants uses natural underground aquifer water with a TDS (Total dissolved solids) of 250. The water is than filtered and...

Batool Shah Microfinance
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Batool Shah Microfinance

An interest free ‘Batool Shah Microfinance’ was set up in 2010 with a seed money of Rs.1.0 million. Loans from Rs.5,000/- to 20,000/- are offered to employees working in Rashidabad.  A form has to be filled in with details of the employee, reason for drawing the loan with signatures of two guarantors also from Rashidabad....

Masjid-e-Shahbazi & Hameeda Shafique Islamic Information Centre
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Masjid-e-Shahbazi & Hameeda Shafique Islamic Information Centre

It is a white structure mosque and can house up to 4,000 namazies at a time, including women to pray on the first floor. The basement (Hameeda Shafique Islamic Centre) is utilized to run Fatima Literacy School for non-school going children/ adult literacy center [/cmsmasters_text][/cmsmasters_column][/cmsmasters_row]

AMZI Home
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AMZI Home

AMZI Home constructed at a cost of Rs.45 million is a magnificent purpose-built structure to house 288 orphans/destitute and 70 widows. This has been wholly built and managed by the ‘Mustafa Benevolent Trust’.   [/cmsmasters_text][/cmsmasters_column][/cmsmasters_row]

Project Al-Maida
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Project Al-Maida

Subsidized (Rs.25/-) meals are served to the patients and their attendants and laborers working in Rashidabad. The price of the meal is irrespective of the Menu which ranges from Daal, Vegetables, Chicken and Mutton.  Beef is not served because of a sizeable number of Hindus visiting Rashidabad in connection with treatment at the LRBT Eye...

DMKM Vocational Training Center
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DMKM Vocational Training Center

For specific skill development in sewing & stitching, knitting, local handicraft work etc. a programme has been launched by the DMKM Welfare Fund at the basement of KHAWAJA YAQUB HOUSE since 2003.  8 courses of 6 months each have been conducted. Nearly 240 ladies have graduated/benefitted.