KARACHI - The UK-based leading international relief and development organization Muslim Charity has completed a model village in the Ehsanpur union council of Muzaffargarh, for the flood affected people of southern Punjab, says a Press release.

The Muslim Charity Model Village consists of 44 houses, a mosque, hospital, park, play area for children and a school. The model village will accommodate over 259 people badly affected by the 2010 flood. The model village has been built with the cost of 260 thousand USD and funded by International Relief Fund for the Afflicted and Needy (IRFAN).

The project was conceptualize, planned and developed by the Muslim Charity in association of the Punjab Govt’s Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) as an eco-friendly model village to rehabilitate the flood affected community of Muzaffargarh.

President of Muslim Charity Pakistan, Pir Muhammad Mazhar Hussain, and Muslim Charity’s Vice President and internationally renowned personality Junaid Jamshed were amongst the dignitaries. Muslim Charity’s CEO, Sabooh Uddin and Deputy Country Manager Raheel Javed were also present at the occasion.

CEO Muslim Charity, Sabooh Uddin said that this model village is one of the ongoing rehabilitation projects of Muslim Charity in Pakistan and we are working on similar large scale project in Rahim Yar Khan as well which would be completed in June this year.