What we do
- The poor state of health in Pakistan is attributed to the lack of access to basic health care services, poverty, lack of health infrastructure, illiteracy, women’s low status, inadequate water supplies and sanitation. In the urban areas, access to health care clinics and facilities is comparatively easier than rural areas. However, quality healthcare is unaffordable for poor in both urban and rural areas. In the rural areas, people live far from hospitals, whereas the basic health care units are less equipped with facilities and services. RAHMA is contributing to improve the health conditions wherever it could. RAHMA has established basic health centers in Khuiratta and Dhanwan, AJK and a secondary level hospital in Janpur, Rahim Yar Khan. These centers are providing general healthcare, mother and child healthcare and outreach services. The centers are fully equipped with modern diagnostic and healthcare facilities. Qualified men and women doctors, qualified paramedic staff are delivering services to the patients in accordance with national and international healthcare standards.0,00Rs. donated
- A good education is the key to a better life and a stronger economy. A person’s earnings increase by 10 percent with each year of school they complete. The urban slums of Pakistan are one of the most deprived and unprivileged communities. In the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, there are 32 slums. Most of these slums are inhibited by gypsy community that depends on begging as their source of income. These men, women and children can be seen all day long on busy roads and boulevards, begging for money in scorching sun or chilling winters. Although these gypsies have been living for more than 2 decades in these slums, the land is not owned by them. Hence there are no schools for them, or any hospitals. RAHMA felt the need and with the help of Individual donors, launched a project for education in slums of Rawalpindi. To start educational services, a small building, located in the slum was renovated with civil work and furniture for students. Building is donated by local community to promote education in slum to change their future life style. RAHMA also provided technical education to 500 individuals from 2009 to 2010 at Rifah Technical Training Institute in Gharibabad, an underprivileged suburb of Rawalpindi. Technical education enabled the girls and boys to enhance their income opportunities.0,00Rs. donated
- Nepal has been seriously devastated by the recent earthquake. Over 8,000 people have died (with death toll rising), thousands more are injured, and countless more have been displaced. Many homes, temples, and public monuments have been destroyed throughout the affected areas.0,00Rs. donated
- Apart from regular operations through development projects, RAHMA ensured “timely help” to the vulnerable sections of our society through seasonal projects over the period since 2009. The projects included Qurbani, Ramazan and winter support. The outcome under this thematic area included supply of food and non-food items to 159,000 people.0,00Rs. donated
Hepatitis Alert in Rawalpindi.
RAHMA has extended its activities of SATH Project in among poverty-stricken people living in different parts of Rawalpindi. 1217 people were screened in Slum-based areas of Rawalpindi. 21% were screened positive of Hepatitis B and C.
- 23 Jun 2017
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- 30 Mar 2017