Gojra Eye Complex (GEC) of Pakistan
Current Position, April 2005
We are taking active measures to obtain large funds from the UK government so that our project gives the gift of an advanced eye hospital promptly to those who cannot afford basic eye care and to whom we wish to provide excellent treatment. At a cost of £6000 a feasibility study is now completed to enable we to make appropriate grant applications. The 6-acre site of the proposed hospital has already been purchased and bounded by a wall and some amenities for it have been secured from the local authorities of Pakistan. In addition to the land, over £130,000 have been raised so far. Privately collected funds will be used to send a signal to any official fund donors that the ordinary people are supporting this noble project with their generous spirits. These funds will be placed in a dedicated account to run the completed hospital. The trustees of the Gojra Eye Care Trust and the Gojra Ophthalmology Fund (GO Fund) have themselves contributed substantial sums (over £40,000) to the resources of the project. Not a single pence from the funds raised has been spent on administration - trustees are delighted to see funds increasing by their purely voluntary efforts.
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