Tharpakar is one of the driest lands of Pakistan which makes it quite difficult for locals to grow any types of crops. Also, there is very rare rainfall. Along with harsh climatic conditions, misery of the locals is double with weak economic opportunities. Under such circumstances, survival becomes a big question for them. Charity Australia intervened to bring about change in their thinking. Consequently, affecting the decision making and actions of the people. They came up with an effective idea of inviting NGO’s in order to generate a strong momentum of change. So they bought up a 10 acre land where space was given to NGO’s offices to function their operations. Further, services were provided by CA to resolve the very basic issue – water supply. They built three types of water plants including RO, submersible and solar system pump. Through this, they are able to provide clean water for humans as well as animals. Another basic necessity is medical help. So they have built a 50 bed hospital which is in final stage. They were able to turn their ideas into reality with the help of NGOs. Especially, the major stake in this complex belongs to Al-Khidmat. With the mutual support of Al-Khidmat and Charity Australia, it becomes the reason for naming this complex as Al-Khidmat Charity Australia Thar Complex. Thar is the biggest desert of Southeast Asia and lies to South East of Pakistan. The accordingly named district Tharparkar or more commonly, Thar rates very highly on the indexes for poverty, food insecurity, deprivation, maternal and child mortality and morbidity.Our on ground survey has yielded valuable insights about the core issues faced by

Thar is the biggest desert of Southeast Asia and lies to South East of Pakistan. The accordingly named district Tharparkar or more commonly, Thar rates very highly on the indexes for poverty, food insecurity, deprivation, maternal and child mortality and morbidity.Our on ground survey has yielded valuable insights about the core issues faced by Tharis; dwellers of district Tharparkar.

  • The children exhibit an unparalleled passion for learning and education.
  • The males are hardworking individuals which eagerly seek employment and often migrate to bigger and prosperous towns of Sindh Province.
  • Women constitute a highly skilled, motivated and entrepreneurial workforce employed in making handicrafts and embroidered ensembles.

Charity Australia through strategic partnership  with Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has planned a 10 acre multi-purpose complex in the poverty stricken and deprived desert of Tharparkar. Once complete the complex will have

  • Boy’s college & Hostel
  • Hospital
  • Community support Centre
  • Skill Development Centre
  • Islamic Centre ( Masjid)
  • Water Filtration system
  • Aghosh