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Malhoo (Urdu:ملہو) is a village in the Chach Valley of Attock District, Punjab, Pakistan.
Malhoo is situated six kilometres north of Kamra from Rawalpindi Pishawar GT Road and six kilometres south of the Indus River. It is bordered on the north by Daman, on the east by Hameed, on the west by Kamalpur Musa, on the south by Shamsabad, and on the south-east by Saman and green fields.
The village was founded in 1785 when Malhoo Khan settled in the area from Kohat. The majority of people are Pathan and belong to the Bangash tribe. 30% of the people live in foreign countries (USA, UK, Hong Kong and Middle East), 20% are government employees, 35% work in agriculture, 10% have their own business. The literacy rate is 70%.Malhoo has one Girls' College.
One Boys' Model High School.
One Technical Training Institute for men, teaching vocational skills for electricians, plumbers, auto mechanics, computing and refrigeration/air conditioning.
One Vocational Training Institute for women, teaching sewing, knitting, embroidery, cooking, baking, painting and computing.
Six Mosques and one Madrasa, Jawahir ul Quran.
Lt Gen Jahandad Khan, born in Malhoo in 1929, died 2011, chairman of the Pakistan Red Crescent Society, president of the Al-Shifa Eye Trust, founded many eye hospitals and won awards for his national and international humanitarian work to prevent blindness.