Project information

Buy ambulance for rural poor people

To purchase ambulance for elderly sick, orphans, poor people and refugees. Those that cannot afford to take their relatives to nearest clinics and hospitals situated some distance, will be able to use this medical service free of charge.

Pregnant destitute women and children could also use it.

June 2015 - June 2016

Charity information

Chotallah Hospital Appeal

Chotallah Hospital Appeal
  • Need


    Poor people in villages not being able to take their sick and diseased relatives to hospitals for treatment. Both the transport and medical at nearest towns is too expensive for them.


    It will enable needy people to obtain treatment fast when they need it without worrying about to pay for it privately.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To make free ambulance journeys for poor / needy people in rural villages


    » Buy ambulance, arrange standby driver and fee him fare each time he drives to hospital from villages, pay for maintenance & fuel of vehicle.

    Buy actually having the ambulance purchased and ready for use.

  • Impact


    The poor people will be able to have timely treatment, their lives extended and general well being of the community improved. The actual number of potential patients taken to hospitals will be an indication of success.


    Ambulance unsuitable, too costly, maintenance / running costs


    Statistics and journey details of users to be reported.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £20,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £10,000 Ambulance cost to purchase vehicle
      £1,500 kit out fit out ambulance with medical items
      £5,500 Driver fee fares / fee / wages to driver
      £3,000 Running cost maintenance / fuel costs

    Current Funding / Pledges

    Source Amount
    M Hussain £5,000 Guaranteed
    Asif Gaffar £2,000 Conditional
  • Background


    Chotallah village, rural punjab, Pakistan


    approximately 40, 000 local community

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    One of the trustee was in the village and many local contacts are willing to help

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Manzoor Hussain