In February 2010 the FKWT donated an ambulance (costing approximately £6000) to the remote village of Damas, in the district of Charoi, Azad Kashmir. The ambulance has been continuously serving residents around the region since then. No such service had ever existed in these rural parts before and many people in the past were disabled or killed in accidents through lack of proper emergency facilities. The availability of such an ambulance has proved to be a true life-line for these people, providing an easily accessible and free rapid response (emergency) service, particularly for the critically ill and trauma victims, giving them at the very least, basic pre-hospital treatment and quick transportation to the nearest hospital, which is saving valuable lives. During this time it has responded to countless emergencies, transported thousands of people and in doing so saved many lives. A truly exceptional achievement!