Support a project
Help us in Helping others:
MALC is working for Leprosy elimination, Tuberculosis & Blindness control, Community Based Inclusive Development (CBID) for Persons with disabilities and Mother & Child Healthcare (MCHC) in deserving communities. All the services are provided “Free of Charge”. Services include outpatient consultations, provision of medicines, surgical intervention and rehabilitation.
65% of MALC’s annual budget is raised by German Leprosy & TB Relief Association & other foreign friends and rest by our well-wishers in Pakistan.
As foreign grants are gradually decreasing every year, being Pakistanis, it is now our responsibility to take ownership of the Programme. Step forward to help MALC stand on its own feet for the future sustainability of our services.
ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX EXEMPTED UNDER SECTION 2(36) (C) OF INCOME TAX ORDINANCE, 2001 READ WITH RULE 214 OF THE INCOME TAX RULES, 2002
Support a project:
Individuals/Corporates can adopt one of our following projects for at least 3 to 4 years to meet its annual running cost and to ensure continuation of health services for deserving patients and communities. Yearly project proposals are available at MALC:
|Rs 2,800,000||are needed for purchase of general medicines.|
|Rs 3,000,000||are needed for TB medicines.|
|Rs 2,000,000||are needed annually to maintain Ittehad Manzil (Home for the Leprosy Patients).|
|Rs 2,500,000||are needed to provide Intra Ocular Lenses IOL to deserving cataract patients.|
|Rs 1,200,000||are needed for running of one Leprosy-TB, Blindness Control Centre in the Provinces.|
|Rs 1,000,000||are needed for comprehensive care and health services of patients in MALC Hospital OPD.|
|Rs 2,000,000||are required to procure eye medicines.|
|Rs 2,000,000||are needed for Indoor hospital care of patients in One Male or Female Ward.|
|Rs 450,000||are needed to conduct one Eye camp in remote areas.|
|Rs 500,000||Support Mother and Child Health MnCH OPD.|
|Rs 300,000||are needed for one house in the Housing Project of Leprosy & TB patients.|