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MICT News Letters 2011

MICT News Letters 2011

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o overcome poverty andsuffering, we work tosupport men and womenin need.Madinatul Ilm CharitableTrust 
Khadim Hussain Rd.Rawalpindi Cantt.Pakistan 46000
MICT’s Newsletter
ul-Dec 2011
 Madinatul Ilm Charitable Trust (MICT)
: As we complete another year at Madinatul Ilm charitable trust (MICT) –asuccessful philanthropic organization based in Rawalpindi, Pakistan which has functioned since 2008,it gives us great pleasure to send out our latest newsletter which covers our activities from July toDecember 2011. This was an unusual period for Pakistan in view of the fallout from devastating floods which struck parts of the southern Sindh province. In response to this calamity, MICT’s teams of staff members supported by volunteers ventured out to some of the most devastated areas to provideemergency assistance in the shape of temporary shelter, food and other basic needs. Through thegenerous support of many of our supporters, notably the UK based Lady Fatemah Trust (LFT), MICTcontinue
s to provide emergency relief to victims of the floods in Sindh, where the crisis has far fromended. As we venture in to 2012, we appeal to our supporters for collaboration to continue to help victims of floods in Sindh who live in miserable conditions. For the next six months, other priority areas forMICT will remain the cause of helping students in need as well as expanding our focus on healthcareand modest grants for poor entrepreneurs. As Pakistan battles continuing inflation andunemployment, we are receiving a large number of requests from many well deserving students whooffer the promise of academic success but lack the financial resources to achieve their academic goals.It would be a sheer tragedy if they were left without support to fulfill their career ambitions.During the last six months from July to December, we are happy to share the case of ten young womenfrom Pakistan’s northern areas identified by MICT and sponsored by LFT, to attend an academicsummer camp in Islamabad. At a cost of just U$400 per student for the three month period, we helpedthese promising young women to fill their academic gaps through attending special classes. Now, weare pleased to report that three of those students have got placements at medical schools acrossPakistan while we hope that the rest will successfully follow in their foot steps.
Program ActivitiesNumber of beneficiariesRupees
Iftaar program for victims of floods in Punjab 11649 4,200,240Relief and emergency response to floods in Sindh 4057 4,692,000Reconstruction and rehabilitation of flood victims 180 1,660,000Educational support programs 25 943,919Grants for women and children in need 221 728,043Other Welfare activities 10 580,100 Water and sanitation 300 377,000
Total project cost 16442 13,181,302
(PKR 13.18million
U$ 150,386
 A brief list of projects undertaken-July to December 2011
MICT has established a successful track record of intervention to support victims of natural disasters.During the period under review and through the generous support of Lady Fatemah Trust (LFT), wesuccessfully completed the fourth phase of a housing project in a rural part of south Punjab. This is anarea which was devastated by floods of 2010, forcing many rural dwellers to camp out under the opensky.
This was an unusual period for Pakistan in view of the devastating floods which struck large parts of the Sindh province. In response, MICT’s teams of staff members supported by volunteers ventured outto some of the most devastated areas to provide emergency assistance in the form of temporary shelter, food and other basic needs. Through the generous support of our many supporters, notably the UK based Lady Fatemah Trust (LFT), we reached families living in abject conditions and waitingfor emergency support. We share a list of our targeted locations across the Sindh province whereMICT has worked in the second half of 2011:
NameNumber of beneficiariesRupees Al Murtaza Housing project Phase IV 
180 1,660,000
Total 1,660,000Operational Areas Number of beneficiariesRupees
Basti Mian Khan Rind -District Nawab Shah 598 687,500Basti Ghulam Haider Muree -District Nawab Shah
638 687,500Goth Miskeen -District Nawab Shah
450 539,000Goth Ghulam Muhammad Khan Rind-District Nawab Shah
450 539,000Goth Ghulam Haider Shah - District Nawab Shah 450 539,000 Warm Clothes and Food Relief for Flood Affectees of Baden 1471 1,700,000
Total: 4071 4,692,000

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