HDF has made huge strides in continuously improving maternal health, reducing infant and child mortality, and fighting preventable diseases in over 285 villages across Pakistan.Our Community Health Centers (CHCs) not only provide primary, preventive, curative and primitive health care services but also serve as hubs of community engagement & outreach.
Our dedicated doctors, Lady Health Visitors (LHVs), Medical Dispensers and Community Health Workers (CHWs) tirelessly serve underprivileged households in HDF’s program areas. We prioritize raising awareness on crucial health topics like family planning, immunization, antenatal and postnatal care but also set up medical camps and mobile health services where necessary as an essential part of our Healthcare Program.
IMR: 70/1000 Live Births (2005) to 20/1000 Live Births (2022). CMR: 80/1000 Live Births (2005) to 23/1000 Live Births (2022)
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Fighting with Learning Disabilities: Eyesight Screening for School-Going Children
An eye care initiative aptly titled Nazar 20/20, was born from a spark of inspiration in the late Saqlain Khan’s mind, a resident of Illinois, USA — when he took his son for a mandatory eye examination as he began 1st grade. Having spent his formative years in Pakistan, Khan couldn’t recall ever having his eyes checked in school.
A Canadian-based organization – Children of Islamic Nations (COIN), gifted funds for the ongoing immunization and antenatal care for the Health Centre in village Karolwar, near Lahore. 2,269 households were given services. 100% immunization of women of reproductive age were provided against Tetanus.
Naila Regains Hope & Good Health