Tuesday, 13 April 2021

HOPE’s MEDICAL CAMP AT THATTA & SUJAWAL

Pakistan is attributed to the lack of access to basic health care services, poverty, lack of health infrastructure and personnel, illiteracy, women’s low status, inadequate water supplies and sanitation. In the urban areas, access to health care clinics and facilities is not a problem, though the general state and quality of public services is very poor. On the other hand, in the rural areas, people live far from hospitals and basic health care units.

Keeping these indicators in mind HOPE- An Health NGO in Pakistan has initiated a step forward in collaboration with it partners to provide free health check-ups so that health status of these underprivileged masses can be improve and timely treated.

Thatta has a very successful HOPE School and a Hospital which has been functioning since 2006. HOPE’s Thatta & Sujawal Hospital has become an important landmark in the city’s landscape as a provider of much-needed health care so not just for the residents within the vicinity, but also for the surrounding regions.  Specifically, in the maternity, mother and child care sector. The need for qualified personnel, space and equipment is always on the increase.

Providing world class health care facility is an obligation on HOPE. A number of medical and surgical facilities and services are provided some of which are as follows: Labor rooms, Maternity services, X-Ray, Blood Bank, Laboratory, Gynecologist Surgeries etc.

Recently HOPE set up a medical Camp in Thatta and Sujawal where men, women and children, but mostly women and children came to sought treatment for common diseases such as Fever, Diarrhea, Urinary infection (UTI), Respiratory infection, Skin diseases, Typhoid, Phenomena and Malaria.

The doctors present at the camp were: Dr. Abida Shaikh- A Gynecologist, Dr. Aleem - A General Physician and Dr Zaffar. 








Furthermore, treatments for PEADS, general diseases, antenatal checkup, ultra sound, and pregnancy related checkups were also performed at the medical camps

A total of 300 plus patients were treated and prescribed medications at the Thatta Camp while, 250 plus patients were given treatment at the Sujawal Medical camp.

All in all, HOPE- An NGO in Pakistan conducted a very successful medical camp with patients returning back to their homes satisfied and content.

Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla- a child specialist in Karachi, has always focused in providing   better and increased health facilities to the rural, poor people especially those of  Thatta, Sujawal and adjoining areas.

Tuesday, 6 April 2021

THIS RAMAZAN DOUBLE THE SMILES OF THE NEEDY THROUGH YOUR ZAKAT

HOPE – An NGO in Pakistan, takes pride in carrying out innumerable philanthropic activities. As each year passes more and more projects and collaboration come our way which adds a feather in our cap as we go.

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad according to Islamic belief. For Muslims, Ramadan is a month of fasting, prayer, reflection and community. It is the month when Muslims donate hefty amounts to those who are less fortunate than them.

Specifically, in the month of Ramadan, HOPE multiplies its humanitarian acts by distributing the following items in the downtrodden slum areas of Pakistan:

·         Eid Clothes

·         Ration Bags

·         Biryani/Iftar Boxes

·         Books

·         School bags

·         School stationery

·         Lunch box

·         Toys

·         Gifts

HOPE accepts zakat in this holy month. Iftar parties are organized in collaboration with many organizations as part of their CSR activity. Ration, iftar boxes and biryani packets. 

HOPE tries to provides education to all, especially the underprivileged masses. Under the vigorous leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla- Achild specialist in Karachi, most of the organization’s activities are focused primarily on the rural and urban slum areas of Pakistan. HOPE has always been striving to bring quality education and healthcare to thousands of poverty-stricken Pakistanis and to help them lead a better life. With its mission to spread hope and happiness, HOPE’s Ramazan Campaign is in full swing and your little support in it can make a lot of difference in the lives of the people in need.

HOPE – A health NGO in Pakistan, appeals to the masses to donate as much as one can and pledges that this Ramadan you will see the reward of your donation in the form of happiness on a child’s face while opening their fast. For more details, please visit Hope’s website www.hope-ngo.com, and help us raise funds for those who most surely deserve it.

Tuesday, 30 March 2021

HOPE DISTRIBUTED RATION BAGS TO THE NEEDY PEOPLE IN ZIA COLONY

A major chunk of the Pakistani population is deprived of the basic necessities of life from which one of the most important is food. In a recent study conducted by the US, Pakistan ranks 106 among the 119 countries on Global Hunger Index and is expected to rise in the near future. HOPE- an NGO in Pakistan, carrying out its philanthropic activities is in one way responsible to feed these hunger stricken populations. Communities residing in far flung areas across Karachi are indeed very poor

Many large bags of ration were handed over to HOPE, by a donor, for distribution among the needy students and families of HOPE Zia School and the needy people residing in Zia Colony. Serving a whole better purpose of charity and was a great help to the underprivileged people.

The ration bags provided consisted of various items such as milk ghee, flour, cooking oil, sugar, pulses, rice, tea leaf, soap, detergent, salt, spices etc.which sums up to the basic needs required in any household. The children and people were very happy to receive the ration bags. it was a feeling of relief during this hard time of inflation.







The team at HOPE – A Health NGO in Pakistan, distributed the ration bags among the neediest students and families of Zia Colony.  The children and people were delighted to receive the ration bags as they belong to low-income class who cannot even afford to buy basic grocery on regular basis. Seeing the innocent smiles on the faces of these children is extremely gratifying and it affirms our belief that all the efforts, the hassle, the obstacles are worth going through just to see a smile on the faces of these children who can’t afford the basic necessities of life.

Dr. MubinaAgboatwalla- A Child Specialist in Karachi, leads HOPE towards achieving greater horizons and drags people out of their misery and sufferings by carrying out such philanthropic activities.

Thursday, 25 March 2021

INAUGURATION OF HOPE MOTHER & CHILD HEALTHCARE CLINIC IN KORANGI

Four years ago, HOPE-A Health NGO in Pakistan established a Mother and Child Health Center in Bilal Colony. The MCH Centre in Bilal Colony is fully supported by the Subzwari Family and is a prototype of a family-run philanthropic venture.

Recently HOPE has been able to open another mother and child health clinic in Korangi number 5, with the help of the funds donated by Farhana Mowjeee. Korangi is one of the most densely populated and polluted residential area of Karachi. It is home to Pakhtun, Punjabi, Sindhi, Baloch and Urdu-speaking ethnicities, as well as Christians and Hindus.

HOPE Clinic at Korangi is another maternal and child healthcare (MCH) center where free of cost medical services are provided to the needy and poor. The population of Korangi consists of low-income class. This is a free of cost Basic Health Unit. Maternal services such as Antenatal Care, Nutrition Support and Ultra Sound are provided. It is operated by a qualified doctor rather than a LHV.








The Koranigi MCH is well equipped with basic healthcare facilities. Beautiful floral arrangements add more life to the overlook of clinic. Before inauguration HOPE team members from all branches gathered to recite Quran for the good start of the center. Dr. MubinaAgboatwalla- A Child Specialist in Karachi expressed her gratitude to Farhana Mowoejee for her philanthropic spirit to help HOPE develop more opportunities towards the socially deprived.  Delicious snacks and hot tea were served to the guests on the cold winter day.


Mostly women and children come to sought treatment for common diseases such as respiratory infection, skin diseases, typhoid, diarrhea, constipation, hypertension, high grade fever flu, urinary tract infections and pregnant women were given medicines as well as their antenatal checkups are done

HOPE-A Health NGO in Pakistan aims to overcome the challenges of seeking primary health care services in slums of Karachi, where about 60% of the population lives in various informal settlements. In addition, the conditions of slum dwellers and health challenges of the population, such as low immunization and low vaccinations, among others, are also to be eliminated. It is important to emphasize on the inclusion of these people in national health plans and to develop health infrastructure near these communities. Furthermore, there is a strong need to increase awareness of the population about hygiene practices, importance of immunization, and importance of utilizing appropriate health care services.


Thursday, 18 March 2021

TARGET DISTRIBUTED JOY AMONG THE UNDERPRIVILEGED COMMUNITIES OF THE SOCIETY

HOPE has been active in Pakistan since 1997, working in the health sector of Pakistan. 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.

A very generous donation was made by Target Inc. Pakistan, a direct affiliate of a major retailing chain store in the US which enjoys a very exclusive and dedicated clientele. Target had donated many pairs of jeans for distribution among the needy people of the communities, and children whose parents are not able to afford new clothes for their children.

HOPE- an NGO in Pakistan, works for the betterment of the society and has always been striving to bring quality education and healthcare to thousands of poverty-stricken Pakistanis, helping them lead a better life. With its mission to spread hope and happiness especially to those down trodden and underprivileged women and children.

Large boxes consisting of many pairs of Jeans, were handed over to HOPE for distribution among the needy people of the communities, and children whose parents are not able to afford new clothes for their children. This donation made things a lot easier for the underprivileged people who are not able to achieve such items on normal basis, as they are already busy struggling to fulfill the daily ration needs and provide food on the table for their children and families.

Gifts bring pleasure to the receiver, especially the parents from underserved areas were over whelmed as their children received cloth items such children are usually deprived of good clothes, due to the low income of the bread-winner of the family barely suffices basic needs. These clothes brought beautiful smiles on the faces of children that cannot be explained through words.










HOPE team distributed the jeans to the needy people throughout Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Muzaffarabad, Muzaffargarh, Badin, Gadap and thought various rural and slum areas of Karachi.

With the spirit of Charity, HOPE - An Educational NGO in Pakistan, was able to put a smile to those underserved populations who otherwise starve themselves to sleep every night. HOPE has always been a forerunner in carrying out those activities which benefit humanity in any way possible.

Wednesday, 10 March 2021

CLOTHES DONATION BY P&G FOR THE UNDERPRIVILEGED COMMUNITIES OF THE SOCIETY

HOPE- An NGO in Pakistan, works for the betterment of the society and has always been striving to bring quality education and healthcare to thousands of poverty-stricken Pakistanis, helping them lead a better life. With its mission to spread hope and happiness especially to those down trodden and underprivileged women and children.

In the past week Proctor and Gamble Pakistan Limited donated warm clothes,blankets and other clothing items for distribution among the underprivileged communities of the society, especially during the winter season, to protect them from the freezing nights. Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) is an American multinational consumer goods. It specializes in a wide range of personal health/consumer health, personal care and hygiene products.

These items were distributed by our HOPE team, among the students of HOPE schools and the locals of communities residing inthe areas of rural areas of Sindh, Badin and Kashmir etc.

This donation made things a lot easier for the underprivileged people who are not able to achieve such items on normal basis, as they are already busy struggling to fulfil the daily ration needs and provide food on the table for their children and families.













The students who study in these schools are the children of laborers, drivers, maids who work in the houses to earn a living for them. These students are living under the poverty line. Even the thought of having books and going to school is nothing but a mere imagination and a dream for the children studying in these schools

With each passing year HOPE – A Health NGO in Pakistan welcomes more and more volunteers and companies like P&G who want to donate whole heartedly, so that HOPE can continue to carry out such activities in the future to come. Under the Leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla- A Child Specialist in Karachi, HOPE strives to achieve great heights of success by eradicating illiteracy, poverty and hunger in the near future