Humanitarian Relief & Rehabilitation Program

Earthquake 2005

After the earthquake of October 2005, rehabilitation of affectees was main problem. Tameer-e-Millat Foundation started a residential school for poor and orphan affected children. 207 students were enrolled in this fully sponsored program. Till 2010, more than 100 students have completed their 10 grade and started further education in Institute of Technology in same campus or returned back to their hometown for education. Some of graduated students have joined Pak Army to support their family. Currently, more than 95 students from earthquake affected areas are getting free education. Facilities include, free education, free accommodation and dining facilities, free uniform and books, games and sports.

Internally Displaced People 2009

People who were Internally Displaced (IDP) during 2009 military operations in Swat, Dir, Malakand, and Waziristan Agency are still facing problem of returning back to their homes.  Tameer-e-Millat Foundation started rehabilitation project for Internally Displaced Children who lost their loved ones during this crisis and enrolled 10 students offering same facilities to these students.


The weather remains unpredictable in monsoon season especially in South Asian countries but in 2010 heavy rains caused ever biggest floods in history of Pakistan. Over 20 million people forced to flee their homes, destroying millions of acres of land and crops and houses.


Monsoon rains again in year 2011 caused floods in Sindh Province. Last year, overflow of Indus River was the reason but this year, continuous rains in monsoon season, no drainage system and high level of underground water have made hundreds of thousands of families living in camps and many moved to other cities. Like last year, Tameer-e-Millat Foundation in collaboration with international partners initiated flood relief program for flood victims of Sindh Province.