Impoverished communities in rural Sindh either rely on faith healers and untrained dispensers when someone falls sick or take on high-interest loans to pay for expensive private clinics in the city. Through our free Community Clinic, we aim to provide adequate primary healthcare services to the public. For specialist care and complex surgery, we run a medical assistance program that takes care of patients in Larkana, Sukkur and Karachi. Our aim is to ensure the poor get access to the same medical care that affluent people do.
|Project||Year Started||Number of Beneficiaries|
|Community Clinic||2013||750 Patients per Month|
|Medical Assistance Program||2010||217|
|Disability Assistance Program||2010||42|
|Heart Surgery Cases||2011||31|
|Cataract Surgery Cases||2012||65|
|Protective Gear for Farmers||2016||78|