Providing world class health care facility is an obligation on HOPE- an NGO in Pakistan. Having said that, it has three main secondary hospitals, two of which are in Karachi and one in Thatta. A number of medical and surgical facilities and services are provide some of which are as follows: Labor rooms, Maternity services, X-Ray, Blood Bank, Laboratory, Gynecologist Surgeries etc.
HOPE hospital in Bilal Colony is one of the very successful maternal and child health centers which treats as many as 26,400 patients. This town in korangi's industrial area takes privilege in benefitting from HOPE Bilal colony Maternal and Child Health (MCH). Women here are highly satisfied with the health services provided free of cost.
On the 12th of march, HOPE Bilal colony MCH celebrated its one year anniversary thanks to the generous Sabzwari family. HOPE- an NGO in Pakistan decorated the MCH and the first patient of the MCH was there to cut a cake along with HOPE team USA. Mr. Nasser, The president of HOPE, was thrilled to see the turnout of Bilal colony.
Subzwari family even circulated snacks and beverages to patients who were currently present there. Many of them were on drips but they rejoiced on the happy occasion.
HOPE, under the guidance Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla- a child specialist in Karachi, has been collaborating with national and international organizations such as: The Japanese Embassy, Procter and Gamble private Ltd and Human Concern International, (HCI). The funds donated from these organizations has helped immensely in establishing hospitals in Karachi, Thatta and MHU in Interior Sindh. Ultimately it is clear that HOPE is playing a vital role in developing society, where women and children are being cured of diseases.
Bilal Colony seemed to have been completely cut-off from the tide of heath measures being swept across the country after the UN warnings. Bilal Colony has estimate population of around 3 lac with some private clinics installed by the government but due to the shortage of funds and corruption in the government departments, the clinics have not been somewhat established. And that is where HOPE plays a vital role in rendering its services wherever needed, be it Bilal colony or any other underserved area.