Primary Healthcare is a significant program of HDF. Our Community Health Centres (CHCs) provide basic health facilities to marginalized communities and raise awareness about personal hygiene, communicable and non-communicable diseases while maintaining accessible, affordable and integrated health services.

A team of trained professionals comprising of a doctor, Lady Health Visitors (LHVs), Medical Dispenser and Community Health Workers (CHWs) raise awareness with their door-to-door services on health issues such as, family planning, immunization, antenatal and postnatal services to women in all regions. The CHCs are equipped to carry out basic lab testing. For remote communities, medical camps and mobile health services are set up as needed.

About 41.7% of WRA (women of reproductive age) in Pakistan are anemic, with a slightly higher proportion in rural (44.3%) than urban settings (40.2%).
In Pakistan, four out of 10 children under five years of age are stunted, representing 40.2% of the total population of this age group, while 17.7% suffer from wasting.
In Pakistan, almost one in three children under five years of age is underweight (28.9%) alongside a high prevalence of overweight (9.5%) in the same age group.
More than half (53.7%) of Pakistani children are anaemic and 5.7% are severely anaemic. The prevalence of anaemia is slightly higher (54.2%) amongst boys than girls (53.1%).

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