Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan, with its Indonesian partner PKPU, has arranged a field hospital. Plan is to train at least 500 Rohingya lady health worker so that they could take care of themselves on their own. Professional Doctors from FIMA took responsibility at Istanbul conference on 7th of this month. Lady health workers will be paid for their services. Instead of depending upon charity, this approach will enable them to not only take care of the health needs on “Self Basis” but also will create job opportunities.
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan organized a Free Health Screening camp in Dir Lower for the orphans. The activity was performed with the help of Helping Hands for relief and Development. In this screening camp more than 50 orphan children were treated.
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan is conducting a animal treatment session in Chawnhar village, Bapuhar Tal, Islamkot Tharparkar. These activities are a part of “Veterinary Healthcare Program” being carried out by AKFP which will continue to function from Oct 23, 2017 till Nov 23, 2017.
A weekly meeting was held, under the supervision of AKFP, in Mithi, Tharparkar, regarding “Veterinary Healthcare Campaign”. The campaign is to run from Oct 03 2017 – Nov 23 2017. Weekly plans were discussed and reviewed in the meeting. The spirit of campaign lies in not only educating the local community but also distributing pamphlets and medicine for the cattle.
Alkhidmat Foundation Kashmore, under the supervision of AKFP, organized a medical camp in Kandhkot. The camp was leady by Prof. Dr. alam Ibrahim, Head of Neurology Dept Benazir Bhottu Medical University Larkana while Dr. Pradeep Kumar Mandhan from Jinnah Hospital and various other doctors also participated in this camp. A total of more than 400 patients were treated free of cost.
[ On the left ] Mr. Mushtaq Ahmad Mangat, Secretary General AKFP, visited a hospital site in Sahiwal and inspected the progress of it’s ongoing construction. The hospital, under the leadership of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan, aims to provide top-notch health facilities in the city of Sahiwal. It is being constructed with the budget of PKR 20 million which shows the level of support and trust AKFP enjoys in the community.
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan held an activity at Ghazali Premier College in Lahore. Dr. Asif Naveed, specialist Thalassemia, spoke about the disease, how it is spread and what kind of precautions can be taken to avoid it or minimize the effects of the disease. Question were also taken in the end, for better understanding of the students.
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan held an activity at Moderno Fabrics in Lahore. Dr. Asif Naveed, specialist Thalassemia, spoke about the disease, how it is spread and what kind of precautions can be taken to avoid it or minimize the effects of the disease. Question were also taken in the end, for better understanding of the audience.
Alkhidmat Foundation Kashnore, under the supervision of AKFP, orgaanized a Free Eye Camp for the people pf Kashmore. They were diagnosed, treated and given free medicine in the camp. Dr. Zaheer Umar, a seasoned practitioner in his expertese, not only oversaw the activity but actually lead it. Over 100 people benefited from this camp.
A Delegation of Zakat Foundation- USA visited orphans families with AKFP Team. They discussed about child studies, health & other problems also promised to resolve the issues of orphans and increase the sponsorship in Pakistan with Collaboration of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan. Mr.Sheikh Masood Ahmad, President AKF Rawalpindi, presented the Shields to Honorable Guests.
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