Flood Relief

Millions of people have been affected by the deadly floods across Pakistan.

Many have lost their lives.

EMERGENCY FLOOD APPEAL FOR THE DISPLACED IN PAKISTAN

*ALL YOUR DONATIONS ARE TAX-DEDUCTIBLE

Dr. Mah Talat Appeals to Support Flood Affected Areas in Pakistan

Millions of people have been affected by the devastating floods across Pakistan.
Many lives have been lost.

In these crucial times, Indus Hospital & Health Network is expanding its relief efforts to areas most affected by the floods.
Lives are being lost with every passing minute. Pakistan NEEDS YOU to overcome this natural disaster.

Dr. Bari Appeals to Support Flood Affected Areas in Pakistan

Pakistan is going through one of the worst disasters. With more than 30 million people displaced during the monsoon floods. It is time to come forward and unite to help those who are affected by the floods.

In these crucial times, Dr. Abdul Bari Khan, CEO, IHHN appeals to the people of Pakistan to donate generously and help save lives.

In these crucial times, Indus Hospital & Health Network is expanding its relief efforts to areas most affected by the floods.

Your support and generous donations will help us fund mobile vans, mobile labs, and necessary medical supplies to serve those displaced due to this calamity.

Pakistan NEEDS YOU to overcome this natural disaster.
Lives are being lost with every passing minute.
Declared Worst ever Humanitarian Disaster in Pakistan. Indus Hospital & Health Network is activey engaged in emergency relief efforts throughout Pakistan.

Your URGENT help and generous donations are needed to alleviate Human suffering.

Funds are Required for the Following items on an urgent basis:
• Mobile Vans
• Mobile Labs
• Essential Medical Supplies

IHHN Initiatives (* Till December 20, 2022)

    • IHHN is providing emergency medical aid to the flood-affected community in Dadu, Badin, Thatta, Sujawal, Sanghar, Larkana, Matiari, Tharparkar, Sukkur, Khairpur, Shikarpur, NousheroFeroz, Mirpurkhas, Jacobabad, Jamshoro, and many other districts. So far, 1204 Medical Relief Units have been held:
      • Along with essential medicines, laboratory tests and an array of medical services, the units provide continuous mental health counseling to the displaced population who are suffering from a barrage of illnesses, including mental health issues, diarrhea, skin infections, urinary tract Infections, acute respiratory infections, and gastroenteritis.
      • Community Engagement Counseling (CEC) sessions have also been conducted on the prevention of diseases and rational drug use.
      IHHN has also held 568 Malaria-specific Relief Units to provide onsite screening, diagnosis, and treatment for Malaria. Moving forward, IHHN plans on setting up additional disease-specific relief units in flood-impacted areas of the province.
    • WHO collaborated with IHHN to open the first ever flood-relief medical camp and diagnostic laboratory in Thatta.
    • IHHN and WHO partnered to run Emergency Relief Medical Camps in Sukkur and Larkana
  • IHHN is providing emergency medical aid to the flood-affected community in Lasbela, Khuzdar, Naseerabad, Harnai, Jaffarabad, Killa Saifullah, Jhal Magsi, Bolan, Sibi, Kohlu, Dera Bughti, Washuk, Musa Khel, Sohbatpur and many other districts.So far, 323 Medical Relief Units have been held:
    • Along with essential medicines, primary healthcare, and an array of medical services, the units provide continuous counseling to the displaced population who are suffering from a barrage of illnesses, including mental health issues, malaria, diarrhea, skin infections, urinary tract Infections, acute respiratory infections, and gastroenteritis.
    • Community Engagement Counseling (CEC) sessions have also been conducted on the prevention of diseases and rational drug use.
    IHHN has also held 208 Malaria-specific Relief Units in to provide onsite screening, diagnosis and treatment for Malaria.Moving forward, IHHN plans on setting up additional disease-specific relief units in flood-impacted areas of the province.
  • IHHN collaborated with Karachi Relief Trust to set up a 3-day medical relief camp in Uthal
  • IHHN has held 38 Medical Relief Units in Nowshera, Tank, and Dera Ismail Khan to provide emergency aid to the flood-affected communities.
    • Along with essential medicines, primary healthcare, and an array of medical services, the units provide continuous counseling to the displaced population who are suffering from a barrage of illnesses, including mental health issues, diarrhea, skin infections, urinary tract Infections, acute respiratory infections, and gastroenteritis.
    IHHN has also held 5 Malaria-specific Relief Units in Buner and Bannu to provide onsite screening, diagnosis, and treatment for Malaria. Moving forward, IHHN plans on setting up additional disease-specific relief units in flood-impacted areas of the province.
  • IHHN has held 32 Medical Relief Units in Rajanpur to provide emergency care to the flood-affected communities.
    • Along with essential medicines, primary healthcare, and an array of medical services, the units provide continuous counseling to the displaced population who are suffering from a barrage of illnesses, including mental health issues, diarrhea, skin infections, urinary tract Infections, acute respiratory infections, and gastroenteritis.
    • Non-medical items, including food, clothing, hygiene kits, and mosquito repellents, have been distributed to vulnerable men, women, and children.
    • Community Engagement Counseling (CEC) sessions have also been conducted on the prevention of diseases and rational drug use.
    Moving forward, IHHN plans on setting up additional disease-specific relief units in flood-impacted areas of the province.
  • WHO collaborated with IHHN to conduct an emergency relief medical camp in Rajanpur.

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