About Organization
  • Established in: 1995

  • Themes & Interventions: Environment, Disaster

  • What We Do: Awareness Rising, Service Delivery

Contact Details
  • Head Office at Mardan

  • Phone: 0937863837

  • Email: fphcpak@gmail.com


Identity: Frontier Primary Health Care (FPHC) is a non-political and non-profit making developmental Civil Society Organisation (CSO) working with communities on their development through provision of primary health care, Emergency Obstetric Care, Educational, nutrition and other developmental services including skills training and micro-credit/financing, etc. Legal status: FPHC is registered with Government of Pakistan under Societies Act of 1860 (Registration No. 5972/5/2617) in January 1995. FPHC is also registered under Social Welfare Act with Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) Social Welfare Department of Pakistan vide PRC No. 26-9 dated 02 January 2012. FPHC has also allowed to work permit from Ministry of States and Frontier Regions (SAFRON) for work in Afghan refugee camps. FPHC has a Board of Governors consisting eleven residents (four females and seven males) of Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa Province. FPHC has a Memorandum of association, along with Rules and Regulations, all as required by the Act. Vision: Healthy individuals in healthy communities living in a healthy environment making healthy choices Mission: FPHC work with the people and communities in its target areas in Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa and FATA on community development through primary health care, education, nutrition and income generation focusing on women and children Objectives: To strengthen community development To focus on women, adolescents and children To ensure sustainability of programmes To conduct participatory research To become a resource/model of primary health care To respond to emergencies


FPHC works with people and communities in its target areas in Pakistan on their development through primary health care, emergency obstetric care, literacy and income generation focusing on women and children.