HOPE – an NGO in Pakistan has been active in Pakistan since 1997, working in the sector of health and education. The organization is spearheaded by the dynamic leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla – a child specialist in Karachi and continuously strives to improve the health and educational disparity of the deprived community in the country.
HOPE – an NGO in Pakistan has a wide network of schools and hospitals across Pakistan. In Karachi, it runs 2 secondary care hospitals, at Korangi and Gurumandir. Moreover, HOPE runs two Maternal and Child Health Care centers in the city (in the slum areas of Manzoor and Mujahid colonies) as well as two Mobile Health Units, which cater 26 villages in the outskirts of Karachi. In the domain of education, HOPE operates a Formal Secondary High school and 2 semi-formal schools and numerous informal schools in Karachi.
Recently, Dr Zainab, one of the helpers of HOPE, along with Mr. Raees Irshd visited HOPE Hospital and School in Zia Colony, Korangi. The couple toured the premises and was briefed about the recent happenings at both the hospital and the school. The couple greatly appreciated the hospital facility and the quality of service being offered to all patients. Moreover, they interacted with the students of the HOPE school and were delighted by their level of motivation and curiosity. They were moved by the work done by HOPE in the area, which is otherwise deprived and neglected.
HOPE - a Health NGO in Pakistan, continues its work to improve the living standards of the children and poor communities by giving them easy access to basic rights of healthcare and education. The acknowledgement and appreciation of our work energizes the team with motivation to put in even greater effort in doing so.