RAHMA Hospital Janpur team delivered a session in RYK Sugar Mills Pvt Ltd to the Staff of Descon Engineering ,in which basic FIRST AID and Shifting of a Patient in Ambulance were discussed in detail, it was also demonstrated Practically. We expect Good liaison with Descon in Future. Descon Engineering Administration also ensured that they will prefer RAHMA Hospital Janpur in Emergency Case in Future.
Good quality childhood education has an important long-term benefits for a child.To achieve the objective Rahma has recently organized a teacher ‘s training workshop from 22nd June 2018 which will be concluded on 30 June .
It was a few days ago, the fire burned 40 huts completely, while others partially damaged. Now 40 families are forced to live under the open sky. We are giving some basic household goods today. In this context, we have plans to help more, but it is only possible by the cooperation of the respected donors.
Rahma Islamic Relief has recently installed 9 hand pumps, 6 out of 9 were installed in Tharparkar and 3 in District Kotli, Kashmir. The aim of installing these handpumps to benefit 213 families that are facing difficulties in bringing water from long distance in Tharparkar and to provide clean water in Kotli, Kashmir. Now, people can easily save their time and can bring clean water from Nearest place.
Health and Hygiene awareness session was conducted at Government Primary School Raheemabad on 16-12-2017. In this activity 77 Students and 3 Teachers participated. Officials told teachers and students about different diseases due to poor hygiene.They also educate the teachers and students to understand the importance of hospital Regarding Healthcare, also aware them about Hepatitis B & Hepatitis C diseases and its Lab test and vaccines available at RAHMA Hospital Janpur. Rahim Yar Khan Pakistan
A free Medical camp is conducted on 31-12-2017 near Sindh river , Bait sui Basti Ghulam Mustafa.in which 240 Patients were examined,mostly deserving and disable persone and , the persons those have not access to RAHMA Hospital Janpur also participated
According to WHO estimates, approximately 10 million people are suffering from hepatitis in Pakistan. Out of five types of hepatitis namely A, B, C, D and E, hepatitis B and C have the highest mortality; approximately 4-5 million people are suffering from Hepatitis B and about 4-6 million suffer from Hepatitis C.
Unsafe drinking water, unscreened blood transfusions and un-sterilized/used syringes and shaving razors have made Hepatitis one of Pakistan’s greatest health concerns. Hepatitis A and E are caused by oral infection, contaminated water and unhygienic food. Hepatitis B, C and D are caused by un-sterilized syringes, contaminated shaving razors, sexual intercourse, blood transfusion, and from mothers to infants. recently a village Prim Kot in district Muzaffarabad Azad Kashmir has been identified where more than 25% of the village population is suspected to be infected by hepatitis B and (or) C.
The University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir is located in Muzaffarabad City but students from all over the state, Northern Areas and all the four provinces of Pakistan are pursuing their education in this institution. By implementing this project in AJK University a country wide awareness and impact can be generated in a very economical and effective manner.
To reduce the occurrence of hepatitis, RAHMA started hepatitis screening and treatment project in cooperation with University of Azad Kashmir – Muzaffarabad. In this project, RAHMA will screen 6000 students and 1000 staff members of University of AJK against the incidence of hepatitis. Identified individuals will be treated afterwards.