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February 24, 2021

FHMC completes work on 45 wells to benefit deprived communities

Peshawar

February 24, 2021

PESHAWAR: The Frontier Homeopathic Medical College (FHMC) has completed the digging of 45 wells using water boring machines under its programme to help deprived communities and under-developed areas in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

A press release said three more wells are under construction. It added that the wells benefited communities by supplying them clean drinking water. Wells have also been dug in mosques and madrassas.

The press release said that the total expenditure on the wells until now has been Rs3530400.

It said under the project the digging of wells, fixing solar pumps, making toilets, putting up ‘sabeels’ to provide community drinking water facility and installing hand-pumps was completed. It pointed that the work on the project became possible due to the contributions of donors and the hard work of the Team FHMC.