Mubarak Goth or Mubarak Village (Urdu: مبارک گوٹھ) is a fishing village in Kiamari Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. It is located along the shore of Arabian Sea in District West of Karachi. The village is 30 km away from city center with a population of more than 10,000 people. The most of the people in this village are Baloch. Karachi’s second largest fisherman locality of Mubarak Village- does not have basic facilities including jetty, gas, health and education, despite the fact that it existed even before the independence of Pakistan. Most of the local people are involved in fisheries. The major economic activity in the village is fishing followed by construction and community, social, and personal services.
These neglected fishermen, whose forefathers had been living here for nearly 200 years, lack all basic amenities: they do not have any pier or jetty to offload their fish catch, nor they have access to clean water, education and health facilities. Recently, a maternity home’s building was also constructed by the city district government. Despite persistent demand by the people, no medical officer has been appointed so far. There are, however, no arrangements for dealing with emergency cases, particularly maternity cases.