Baitulmal, A Tool for Poverty Alleviation, A Myth or Reality

 

Province/Region District Hospital Name
Punjab

 

 

Rawalpindi

 

 

 

 

Bahawalpur

Lahore

Faisalabad

Multan

Shaheed Benazir Hospital

DHQ Hospital

Holy Family Hospital (temporarily closed)

 

Bahawalpur Victoria Hospital

General Hospital

DHQ Hospital

Nishtar Hospital (temporarily closed)

 

Sindh Larkana

 

Mirpur Khas

Nawabshah

Chandka Medical College (CMC) Hospital

Civil Hospital

People Medical College (PMC)

Hospital

Khyber Pakhtunkhawa Abbottabad

Mansehra

Mardan

Peshawar

DHQ Hospital

DHQ Hospital

DHQ Hospital

Lady Reading Hospital

RNUM Hospital

Balchistan Quetta Civil Sandman Hospital
Islamabad Capital Territory Islamabad NORI Hospital
Gilgit Baltustan/AJK Gilgit

 

Skardu

Muzaffarabad

DHQ Hospital

City Hospital Kashrot

DHQ Hospital

Abbas Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS)

 

Jinnah Burn & Reconstructive Surgery Centre, Lahore

Bait-ul-mal Board in its 41st meeting held on 11-12 May 2004 approved the establishment of state of art, Burn and Reconstructive Centre in the premises of Jinnah Hospital Lahore. PBM, Health Department Punjab and Management of Jinnah Hospital Lahore signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 21st May 2004 for construction of this center. The project is managed and controlled by a management committee. Foundation stone was laid on 4th Aug 2004. Initially, the time frame for completion of the project was fixed as two years, later it enhanced to four years. The project management committee and government of Punjab approved the master plan, conceptual designs/drawings, and PC-1 of the project. On completion of the project, the Pakistan Bait-ul-mal shall bear recurring expenses also for one year excluding the cost of staff salary. The expenditure incurred on the cost of salary will be borne by the government of Punjab.

Brief Sketch of the project

Location                                  Lahore

Sponsoring Agency                 Pakistan Bait-ul-mal and Government of the Punjab

Executing Agency                    Health Department – Government of the Punjab

Benefit                                    Reduction of mortality and morbidity of burn victims significantly

Components                            65 – beds centre equipped with state of art facilities in line with the international standard.

5- Storey building with covered area of 160,200 sft.

Establish Burn Management protocol System.

Inventory Control System & Management Structure.

Research Laboratory for Skin alternatives.

Academic Block for Training & Research.

Automation/Computerization for effective inventory and financial management.

Modern equipment/furniture.

Beneficiaries                           2500 households annually

PC-1 was revised in May 2009. As per original PC-1 (2006), the total cost of the project was Rs. 980.8 million for equally shared by Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal and Health Department, Government of Punjab. As per revised PC-1, the status of the fund is as under:-

Total Revised Cost                   Rs.1223.330 million

(Rs. 612 m as 50% share each of PBM-GOP)

Utilization                                Rs.504 m

Fund released by PBM            Rs.260 m

Fund released by GOP            Rs.418 m

PBM remaining Share             Rs. 352m

GOP remaining share             Rs.194 m

On completion of the project, the Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal shall bear recurring expenses also for one year excluding the cost of staff salary. The expenditure incurred on the cost of salary will be borne by the government of Punjab.

 KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA ADVANCED DIAGNOSTIC AND RESEARCH CENTRE, PESHAWAR.

Bat-ul-Mal Board has approved a PBM assisted project named Advanced Diagnostic and Research Centre to be established in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. PBM shall bear the cost of construction etc. of Rs. 150 to 200 (m). PBM, the Health Department of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Hayatabad Medical Complex have signed  MOU. The feasibility report/PC-1 is to be prepared and construction of the building will be completed within two years. Funds are awaited from the Finance Department of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

FREE VOCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR POOR  YOUTH/INDIGENTS AT PAKISTAN CALLIGRAPH-ARTISTS GUILD SPONSORED BY PAKISTAN BAIT-UL-MAL

A new project for free vocational training of poor youth/indigents through Pakistan Calligraphy. Artists Guild has been started on a joint venture basis. Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal will provide funds to bear the course fee and cost of training material @ Rs.3000/- per trainee to maximum of 400 trainees in a year. The total budget per year will be Rs. 1.2 million. Pakistan Calligraph-Artists Guild will be responsible to enroll poor youth (age group 18-35) and shall arrange all other training facilities. MOU in this regard has been signed and further formalities are in progress.

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