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FFC constructs welfare complex in Hyderabad

With a vision to serve the communities of the deprived areas of Sindh, the Fauji Fertilizer Company (FFC) constructed FF welfare complex and Lieutenant General Muhammad Mustafa Khan (R), Managing Director of the Fauji Foundation inaugurated it on Wednesday at Kot Ghulam Muhammad in Hyderabad.

According to an announcement of the company here on Wednesday, the FFC under the umbrella of Fauji Foundation constructed the complex spanning over 4 acres donated by notable local Mir Hassan of Kot Ghulam Muhammad. The complex comprises of a model school for quality education, vocational training centre for women, technical training centre with advance courses in various fields, medical centre and hostels for accommodation.

The complex is planned to operate through state of art evaporative cooling system and solar energy and a build water storage capacity of 175,000 gallons. Speaking on the occasion spokesperson of Fauji Foundation Waheed Hamid said that the welfare complex is a continuation of the Fauji Foundation's efforts to help build the deprived communities.-PR

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