LAHORE Footballs world body chief Sapp Blater has promised all out support to the Pakistan Football Federation for helping raise football structures in the flood-hit areas of the country, said FIFA development officer Mani Lal on Tuesday. FIFA Development Officer Vernon Manilal Fernando and FIFA Development Manager Asia David Borja, who are in Pakistan in a special visit, said in a press conference: FIFA is at Faisal Saleh Hayat and the PFFs disposal at this terrible time in the spirit of solidarity, assuring all out cooperation. We, on behalf of AFC and FIFA, express condolences on massive loss of lives and colossal damage to properties and infrastructure caused by flood and we assure humanitarian aid to help deal with the disaster. Pakistan in all will get six goal projects. The two-men FIFA flood inspection team is visiting Pakistan to assess the damage with the representatives of the PFF and plan the rehabilitation work. FIFA approved three goal projects while other three will be from Asian Football Confederation, FIFA Vice President Dr. Chung Moon-Joon (South Korea) and Football Federation Australia Limiteds President Frank Lowy. We have proposed Quetta, Sukkur, Mir Pur Khas, Nowshera, Abbottabad, Faisalabad, Multan and Bahawalpur for the coming projects, said Faisal who thanked FIFA President Sepp Blater, AFC President Mohamed bin Hammam and FIFA Vice President Dr. Chung Moon-Joon (South Korea) for all their love with Pakistani people. During his stay at Pakistan, both Manilal and Borja will also visit Faisalabad to check the proposed site for FIFA Goal Project and he will also meet Faisalabad District Football Associations officials. FIFA has a social role to play throughout the world, one that extends beyond the boundaries of football. The organization has moral obligation to help build a better world and also to provide assistance in humanitarian operations. Such supportive gestures will never be forgotten, said Faisal who is also AFC Disciplinary Committee Chairman. Manilal, also one of the Vice Presidents of Asian Football Confederation, added: I am here to visit the devastated region of flood-struck Pakistan in a bid to use football to bring hope and happiness back to the local people, especially traumatized youngsters. While talking about FIFA-sponsored Charity football match, like the Ronaldinho XI -Shevchenko XI clash at Nou Camp stadium, Barcelona 2005 in support of the relief effort after the tsunami disaster, Manilal said it will take time as European soccer is currently in hectic league schedule. FIFA projects will be dedicated to assisting the Pakistani family in areas such as the construction of the football offices, technical centres and regional youth facilities and to supporting the district leagues and youth competitions by providing basic football equipment.