Traditionally it was the responsibility of women and teenage girls to fetch water from a drinking water well located about two miles form the village of Mamdot. Female residents would carry 1-2 containers over their heads to bring water for their families. After numerous requests, the Punjab government approved funds for a self-maintenance water supply system, which pumps water form a water well to the central water tank. Due to poverty in the area, residents could not pay their share for daily operation and maintenance of the water supply system. Since 2013 FMF has allocated funds to bear the operational cost, manpower salaries, Spare parts, Electricity Bills and other materials thus relieving the villagers of the recurring monthly financial burden. A more structured oversight by FMF has also reduced the downtime for any outages to ensure no disruption of provision of water to resident homes.
FMF runs a free clinic and dispensary to address common illness and provide timely and effective emergency service evacuation / transportation to the nearest hospital for serious illnesses. Patients are not charged for prescription drugs. Resident nurses make frequent visits to elderly patients’ homes to administer medicine. For the past few years, individuals from neighboring towns have also visited the clinic to receive medical services. A dedicated team of volunteers help run the day to day operations of the clinic and maintenance of the facility. Mrs. Zaib un Nisa, an elected member of Punjab Provincial Assembly inaugurated the free clinic in May 2015. During her inaugural address, she emphasized the need and role played by charity organizations to uplift the quality of life for people living in remote villages / areas across the province.