In addition to settling more than 200 families in brick houses in various Bastis of Darya Khan, ROF constructed the following five beautiful cemented mosques to replace the flood hit mud structure mosques.
1. Masjid Amina
RMC graduate, Dr. Azhar Bilal from UAE funded Masjid Amina. There was no proper mosque in this locality where locals could pray and their children could learn the Holy Quran. Now this mosque is a center of more than four surrounding villages for prayers and teaching the Holy Quran to boys and girls. The name of Masjid Amina was suggested by Dr. Azhar Bilal.
2. Masjid Omer Farooq
This mosque has been constructed after demolishing an older damaged mosque. The mosque covers a large area, where Jumma prayers are also performed and Holy Quran is taught to large number of girls and boys. Brig. ® M. Arif Siddiqui from NUST provided funds for its construction.
3. Masjid Bilal
This is a big mosque located in Basti Awan which is a thick populated area. Basti Awan was among the main flood hit areas and the old mud mosque totally collapsed due to the floods. Jumma prayers are also now performed here and a large number of boys and girls are taught Holy Quran. The total cost of construction was funded by Brig. ®M. Arif Siddiqui from NUST.
4. Masjid Abu Bakr
Basti Singhar was among the main flood hit areas and its mud mosque also collapsed. A beautiful cemented mosque has been constructed now. Basti Singhar has a reasonable population surrounded by more small bastis. Apart from praying, a large number of boys and girls are taught the Holy Quran at the mosque. This mosque has also been totally funded by Brig. ®M. Arif Siddiqui from NUST.
5. Mauritius Mosque
This mosque is being constructed in Basti Mardan-e-Khel, main flood hit area. Muslim Community from Mauritius provided funds for its construction.
RMCOF, Rawalpindi Medical College Overseas Foundation is a charitable organization founded by the alumni of Rawalpindi Medical College that are practicing across the globe. RMCOF aims to facilitate the poor and ease their suffering, to improve health education, in Pakistan especially in and around the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.