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Objectives

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.



Specific Goals

To achieve simple treatment goals through cost effective local medicines including Herbs and Folk Home Remedies designed to cure as many patients as possible with few side effects. To provide best possible treatment to the poor and needy patients through qualified and specialist doctors. To develop a Health Education Programme designed to improve the quality of life through preventative measures. To conduct training programmes for Community Health Workers in collaboration with other community based organizations and donor agencies. To establish a Centre of Excellence for the treatment of Tuberculosis (in line with WHOs, DOT programme), Hepatitis-C and other Infectious Diseases. To provide immediate relief in case of natural disasters and calamaties and also to take active part in rehabilitation of the affected population.

Future Projects

Customs Health Care Society Plans to start the following new projects during the next three years:-

  • Construction of General Hospital and Establishment of Medical College.
  • Indoor treatment facilities.
  • 24 hours emergency service.
  • Rehabilitation centre for T.B and chronic patients.
  • Training centre for women.










The Customs HealthCare Society has also taken the lead to build Mosques in different disaster hit areas of Pakistan. In this regard more than 30 demolished Mosques in Punjab Sindh and Balochistan have been rebuild. One of the Mosques is 500 years old historical Mosque in Noshehra (KPK) which was completed washed away by the 2010 Flash Floods. The Mosques has been beautifully rebuild at the bank of river Kable with a cost of 5 million rupees the major part of which was donated by ruler of sharjah.

It gives me immense pleasure to inform you that the care and welfare teams of Customs Health Care Society (CHCS) under the supervision of the undersigned have once again taken the lead to reach the earthquake affected areas of Awaran, Baluchistan immediately after 24 September earthquake and at present are fully engaged in the relief and rehabilitation work for the earthquake affectees there. The detail of the relief work undertaken by CHCS in Awaran, Baluchistan is given as under:-
  1. Establishment of Tent Villages, in Malar, Awaran, immediately after the earthquake.
  2. Supply of food items, clothes, Tarpaulins, mosquito nets and kitchen ware to 2,000 families.
  3. Medical and Relief Camps and establishment of a small dispensary in Malar, Awarn. Treatment of 10,000 patients.
  4. Sacrifice of goats and distribution of meat among the affectees.
  5. Distribution of ladies shawls, clothes, shoes, jackets, suits and Eid Gifts among the earthquake victims.
  6. Start of Reconstruction of Mosques and one room houses for the shelter less earthquake victims.
  7. Preparation of 4000 Quilts by a sister organization (Kawish Welfare Trust) and their subsequent distribution.
  8. As the relief activities are continuing, rehabilitation work has already been started in Malar, Awaran. As a first step, construction of two completely demolished mosques has been completed. Under Apna-Ghar Housing Project in the earthquake affected areas 50 one room houses has been constucted will be constructed for the earthquake victims. CHCS has already been able to build more than 550 houses for the flood affectees throughout Pakistan. The Welfare activities of CHCS are being patronized and sponsored by the philanthropists and Allah fearing people like from Pakistan and Abroad.

  1. Provision of immediate medical and relief supplies to the IDPs of North Waziristan was the main objective of the care and welfare team of Customs Health Care Society (CHCS). Seeing this emergent need, Customs Health Care Society first of all established a medical clinic in Miryan, Bannu which is located only one kilometer away from border of North Waziristan. This clinic has been provided medical facilities to the IDPs as well as the local population since 1st June, 2014. Besides this, the medical team of (CHCS) was immediately rushed to Bannu with ambulance, mobile hospital and relief goods to help the IDPs.
  2. The details of medical and relief work so far undertaken by the teams of the Customs Health Care Society (CHCS) in Bannu for the IDPs of North Waziristan is given as under:-
    1. It gives me immense pleasure to inform you that the care and welfare teams of Customs Health Care Society (CHCS) under the supervision of the undersigned have once again taken the lead to reach the earthquake affected areas of Awaran, Baluchistan immediately after 24 September earthquake and at present are fully engaged in the relief and rehabilitation work for the earthquake affectees there. The detail of the relief work undertaken by CHCS in Awaran, Baluchistan is given as under:-
    2. Establishment of Tent Villages, in Malar, Awaran, immediately after the earthquake.
    3. Supply of food items, clothes, Tarpaulins, mosquito nets and kitchen ware to 2,000 families.
    4. Medical and Relief Camps and establishment of a small dispensary in Malar, Awarn. Treatment of 10,000 patients.
    5. Sacrifice of goats and distribution of meat among the affectees.
    6. Distribution of ladies shawls, clothes, shoes, jackets, suits and Eid Gifts among the earthquake victims.
    7. Start of Reconstruction of Mosques and one room houses for the shelter less earthquake victims.
    8. Preparation of 4000 Quilts by a sister organization (Kawish Welfare Trust) and their subsequent distribution.

  1. Provision of safe drinking and hygienic water is the main problem of the Thar population. Seeing this emergent need, Customs Health Care Society has embarked upon digging of new wells, repair of the old ones and installation of deep bore hand pumps in remotest Goths (villages) of Tharparkar.
  2. The details of medical and relief work undertaken by the teams of the Customs Health Care Society (CHCS) in drought hit areas of Tharparkar is given as under:-
    1. Establishment of four clinics.
    2. Treatment of 50,000 patients in drought stricken areas of Tharparkar.
    3. Distribution of Relief goods worth millions of rupees.
    4. Installation of deep bore hand pumps.
    5. Repairing of old Wells.
    6. Digging of 35 New Wells.
    7. Provision of safe, fresh, hygienic and sweet water to the people and animals of 40 Goths of Tharparkar.

Under the “Apna Ghar Housing Project” started by the Customs Health Care Society in Disaster hit areas (Flood and Earthquake) more than 700 hundred houses along with 30 Mosques have been built. Detail is given as under:-
  1. 350 houses in Noshehra, Charsada, Bahrin (Swat), and Peshawar of KPK during 2010 floods.
  2. 150 houses in Muzzafargarh during 2010 floods.
  3. 100 houses in Badin (Sindh) during 2012 floods.
  4. 50 houses in Awara, Baluchistan during 2013 earthquake.
  5. 50 houses in Ziarat, Baluchistan during 2008 earthquake.

  1. Customs Health Care Charity Hospital, 449 Jehanzeb Block, Allama Iqbal Town, Lahore.
  2. Mobile Hospital.
  3. Yumna Welfare Centre, Lahore.
  4. Apna Ghar Model Clinic Mahmood Kot, Muzzafargarh.
  5. Apna Ghar Model Clinc Dheri Khel, Noshehra (Khyber Pakhtoon Khwa).
  6. Health Care Dispensary, Awaran, Baluchistan.
  7. Health Care Society Clinic, Badin (Sindh).
  8. Health Care Society Clinic, Tharparkar (Sindh).
  9. Health Care Society Clinic, Baboo Saboo, Lahore.
  10. Health Care Society Clinic, Sherakot, Lahore. 11. Welfare Centre, Sargodha.

  1. Madrisa Sofia For women and children at Customs Health Care Society Hospital, 449-Jehanzeb Block Allama Iqbal Town, Lahore.
  2. Apna Ghar Model School, Noshehra (Khyber Pakhtoon Khwa).
  3. Lahore-Swat Model School, Bahrin, Sawat.
  4. Asif Bashir Model School, Mahmoodkot Muzzafargarh.
  5. Customs Welfare School, Baboo Saboo, Talat Park, Lahore.

  1. Healthcare charity hospital Lahore
  2. Lahore swat materinity home takht bye mardan
  3. Metrinity home and general hospital noshera
  4. Community center shahkat hunza
  5. Apna ghar project zarin abad, dheri khel
  6. Apna ghar project noshera, char sada, peshawar, behrain, swat
  7. Apna ghar housing project, Muzaffar garh
  8. Apna ghar model clinic muhammad wala sherfi
  9. Apnal ghar model school muhammad sharfi wala mehmood kot, muzaffar garh

Completed Projects



The manifold activities of the Society are being sponsored by philanthropists and God fearing people. The society looks upto other public-spirited affluent men and women for making generous contributions towards alleviating the sufferings of their less fortunate brethren. Seeing is believing. We would therefore suggest that if these public spirited people can spare some of their precious time, their visit would be gratifying for us because they would be able to observe for themselves the working of the Society and the hospital. If they are satisfied, they may then support the Society by providing medicines, equipments, cash or cheques drawn in favour of Health Care Society Charity Hospital, Please deposit funds at Customs HealthCare Society ACCOUNT TITLE:- CUSTOMS HEALTH CARE SOCIETY ACCOUNT NO. 4011311614 BANK NAME:- NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN. BANK ADDRESS:- MOON MARKET BRANCH ALLAMA IQBAL TOWN, LAHORE BRANCH CODE:- 1887.


For International Donations

Overseas public spirited affluent men and women may then support the Society by providing medicines, equipments, cash or cheques drawn in favour of Health Care Society Charity Hospital. IBAN NO. PK76NBPA188700401131161. Swift Code: NBPAPKKAA02L


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