OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - The Public Accounts Committee, while terming the performance of Punjab Health Foundation as unsatisfactory, said on Friday that the foundation has failed to start not even a single project with public-private partnership since its inception. The PAC-1 meeting was held under the chairmanship of acting chairman, Major (r) Rana Abdul Rehman on Friday due to the ailment of Chaudhary Zaheerud Din. The Committee also expressed concern over non-audit of 48 non governmental organisations for getting interest-free loans of Rs 1.5 million from the PHF in the last 18 years. The PAC-1 has directed Dr Samaya Amjad, chairperson PHF to provide interest-free loans to young doctors to establish their clinics following its founding targets and also make a policy plan for the foundation in three months. The Committee has also directed the PHF to run an advertisement campaign for the provision of loans to the young doctors in order to make the process swift. It further directed the foundation to end the culture of red-tapism for the provision of loans.