LAHORE -  The Pakpur Foundations (TPF) efforts are consistently directed towards marginalized people, with a view to provide them with a chance for economic growth and a better quality of life. The Foundation continues to develop and implement integrative, innovative and sustainable solutions to an array of social problems the country faces today. The vision is to build a more equitable, prosperous, compassionate and integrated Pakistan.
This was stated by Haroon Khawaja, Chairman Pakpur Foundation while addressing the launching ceremony of Mobile Health Unit (MHU).
He said that the Pakpur Foundation has inaugurated its state of the art Mobile Health Unit with the basic health and medical facilities to cater marginalized communities who do not have access to formal medical facilities in the remote areas.
The MHU model has been acknowledged as a functional system of health sector innovation, which is pro-poor, accessible and cost effective while addressing the coverage and service delivery gap of primary healthcare services for the poor and disadvantaged.  Khawaja congratulated Dr. Naeem uddin Mian, a leading public health expert of Pakistan, for developing a fully functional mobile health care unit in competitive budget as compared with imported alternatives.
APBF founding chairman Nabeel Hashmi observed that the Pakpur Foundation has executed a series of incredibly successful projects including Mir Pur Khas Village in Sindh and Noor Ghazi Village in Muzaffargarh, Punjab. These projects were completed on self finance basis by the board of TPF. Some other initiatives of the Foundation include rebuilding communities affected from floods of 2010 and 2011 setting up of vocational training for women in remote areas, establishment of the Pakpur Noorghazi Pen School and many more Additionally, The Pakpur Foundation also formed “All Pakistan Business Forum” with a view to provide a professional platform to the business community. The Ceremony was attended by Mr.Sohail Lashari,President Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry and TPF Board members.