List of Top Organizations for Free Medical Relief Camps

List of Top Organizations for Free Medical Relief Camps

List of Top Organizations for Free Medical Relief Camps

Pakistan found its place on the world map on 14th of August 1947 and since then the government and its people have been trying to improve the overall living conditions of the country. During the partition of 1947, a large number of people migrated to Pakistan without any financial support with them. Many of them were brutally injured and required immediate medical attention. The newly formed country had found it immensely difficult to provide high class facilities to these individuals and to even accommodate them properly. Soon the country faced flood problems and that was when relief camps were introduced to Pakistan for the very first time. These flood relief camps had helped people deal with the devastating situation. Today, Pakistan has many relief camps including medical relief camps that are serving people all across the country especially in the places where excellent facilities are rarely available. List of Top Organizations for Free Medical Relief Camps. 

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The world has progressed greatly in the recent decades. Living in the 21st century has its very own perks including improved ways of keeping long distance friendship alive and travelling in a way faster pace than before. However, with the perks also come the cons of this era. The life of people has become so fast that they hardly have any time to take care of their self-health let alone the health of other humans. In addition to this, there has been a dramatic rise in the population of Pakistan. Pakistan is the world’s sixth most populous country and due to a limited supply of resources, it is really difficult to take care of everyone’s needs and wants. The competition to gain the best is very high and Pakistanis find it immensely difficult to cope with the pressures bestowed upon them from an early age. Under these circumstances, if a family member or worse the sole earner of a family acquires a deadly disease, it is like a death penalty for the whole family. The expenses of living in the country are huge and the medical expenses are simply out of the reach of an average man. Therefore, many well off individuals and the government itself has started a number of organisations that help provide medical attention to those who are in desperate need of it. These organisations have opened several relief camps that have been helping people out for a long time now. Although it is often argued that people have lost humanity with the passage of time, these relief camps are just a way of telling that humanity is not gone, after all. Many camps in Pakistan provide people with absolutely free medical care and also deals with a number of diseases. These camps also help raise awareness about different diseases that are not widely known in the rural parts of the country. A common person is able to identify his or her symptoms and act accordingly. As in the rural areas there are many people who cannot afford regular treatments, these relief camps are a great way to provide people with what they are lagging in no cost at all.

If you are interested in donating to the organisations that launch such medical relief camps, following is the list of top such free medical camps. These organisations have been serving humanity for a long time now and have been quite successful in fulfilling their mission. They do encourage people to donate so that they can carry out their work more efficiently and without any troubles. On the other hand, if you are simply interested in checking these organisations out to see how they work, you can contact them. Also, if you want to attend any medical camp then again these organisations will surely guide you.

List of Top Organizations for Free Medical Relief Camps

 1. Transparent Hands

2. Al-Mustafa Welfare Society

3. AlKhidmat Foundation

4. Healthcare And Social Welfare Association

5. Ehsaas Foundation 

6. HOPE

7. Insaniyat Foundation Pakistan

8. Aaghaz Foundation

1. Transparent Hands:

Free Healthcare Services for Those Who Cannot Afford: 

“Transparent Hands” is the largest technology platform for crowdfunding in the healthcare sector of Pakistan. It offers a complete range of free healthcare services including medical and surgical treatments, medical camps and tele-health facility, to the underprivileged community of Pakistan.

The platform provides visibility of needy patients and builds a personal and trusted bond between patients and donors while ensuring complete transparency. It also sets up free medical camps in the rural areas of Pakistan in which, free medical consultation, free medicines and free diagnostic tests facility is provided to the deserving patients.

Committed to Provide Free Healthcare Services to People in Need:

Transparent Hands provides, free medical and surgical treatment facility to the deserving patients across Pakistan in private hospitals. It also sets up free medical camps in rural areas of the country. Transparent Hands is also providing healthcare at doorstep through its advanced tele-health service.

Donors from all over the world can use our online Crowdfunding web portal and donate through 100% secure payment modes. They could select any patient, fund the treatment and receive regular feedback and updates until the patient is recovered completely.

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2. Al-Mustafa Welfare Society:

“Al-Mustafa Welfare Society” is one of the most reputable non-profit welfare organizations in Pakistan, working for the social development and providing relief to low income group since 1983. It is run by a team of highly motivated intellectuals and social workers comprising of Doctors, Engineers, Lawyers, Business Executives and Representatives of various fields of life. Al-Mustafa’s branches are working all over the country from Kashmir to Karachi. They are providing Healthcare, Education, Public Awareness and Emergency Relief Services. Al-Mustafa is serving thousands of poor and needy people on daily basis through its Medical Centers, Clinics, Schools, Mosques, Madarsahas, Orphanage, Vocational Training Centers and Skill Development Centers all over the country.

Free Medical Camps:

Al-Mustafa Welfare Society regularly organizes Free Medical Camps all over Pakistan, in areas where people can’t even afford their routine check-up. Free Medicines are also provided to the patients in Free Medical Camps. There are different types of Free Medical Camps as follows:

General Free Medical Camp:

In General Free Medical Camp, General Physician does check-up of patients and they are provided with the prescribed medicines. Some investigations as also done such as sugar, cholesterol, blood pressure and BMI etc.

Emergency Medical Camp:

Emergency Medical Camps are organized whenever any disaster occurs anywhere like Earthquake 2005, Flood 2010, 2011, 2012.

Free Eye Surgeries Camp:

In Free Eye Camps, Eye Specialist does check-up of patients and they are provided with prescribed medicines. In these camps, many Cataract cases are found and Cataract Surgeries are performed free of cost. 

Free Cleft Lip Palate Camp:

In Cleft Lip & Palate Camp, Plastic Surgeons does check-up of the patients who have problem of Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate and their surgeries are performed free of cost.

3. AlKhidmat Foundation :

“Al-khidmat Foundation” is one of the leading, non-profit and independent organization, fully dedicated to humanitarian services. Al-khidmat workers and volunteers continue to work tirelessly for relief of affected people across Pakistan and worldwide. Their dedicated services include disaster management, health services, education, orphan care, clean water, Mawakhat (interest free loan) and other community services.

Their Vision:

“Service to humanity with integrity”

Their Mission:

Al-khidmat Foundation Pakistan being non-political, non-governmental and non-profit organization is committed to serve humanity, especially vulnerable and orphans without any kind of discrimination to contribute in their well-being of health, education, financial sustainability, livelihood, shelter, availability of clean water, mosques, savage of disaster and other aspects of life.

Health Services:

Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has always been striving to serve the poorest segment of the society. Alkhidmat Foundation has devised a health services program for establishing and administering Mother and Child Healthcare Centers, Hospitals, Mobile Medical Camps, Ambulance Service, Diagnostic and Collection Centers and Blood Banks across Pakistan.

Mother and Child Health-Care Centers:

Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has established Mother & Child Healthcare Centers across Pakistan. It’s a 24/7 facility for all patients regardless of the race, religion and caste. It doesn’t only provide emergency service but also the facility of general wards for all the patients including nursery for the newborns.

Hospitals:

Hospitals are important to treat serious illnesses, diseases and disorders of various types and severity. They don’t only provide emergency services but also provide long term and continuous medical facility to indoor patients. They also create jobs and in some cases can provide a safe place for people who are mostly recovered from abuse etc. Their hospitals are a medical facility for all the segments of society regardless of their socio-economic status.

Clinic:

Clinic is a place where outpatients are given medical treatment or advice. Alkhidmat Foundation has established a large number of clinics, which help the poor and needy people to get access to a qualified medical doctor. Clinics also refer patients to the nearby hospital of Alkhidmat Foundation where and when necessary.

Diagnostic centers:

Alkhidmat Foundation Diagnostic Network through its Diagnostic centers provides more reliable and authentic reports, with the help of its latest imported diagnostic equipment in its diagnostic centers and qualified medical staff. Most of the diagnostic centers of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan are serving in remote and rural areas of Pakistan.

Ambulance service:

The objective of Alkhidmat Foundation for its ambulance service is to mitigate the severity of accidents or disasters where many people die as a result of unavailability of quick access to hospitals or ambulances arriving too late on the scene. A large number of our ambulances across Pakistan provide appropriate pre-hospital care to the patients and or victims of any emergency situation. 

Blood Banks:

Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has established many Blood Banks across Pakistan. These blood   banks provide platelets for patients of Dengue fever for their treatment. Blood can also be acquired for patients who go under medical surgeries and other medical tests like Biopsy and Endoscopy.  

Medical Camps:

Besides its several health and medical facilities, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan also arranges mobile medical camps as it’s out-reach program to provide medical and health facility, to those who can’t afford medical services. These camps provide specialized medical staff for the patients at their nearby place.

Alkhidmat Ambulance Fleet Management:

Alkhidmat Ambulance Fleet Management is another step towards the fulfillment of our goal service to humanity. The system is equipped with various advanced gadgets and technology tools for complete management of urgent and programmed services.

Free Helpline 1023:

The free helpline 1023 enables the citizens to reach Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan’s Ambulance Service from across the country. The country wide network maintains a track record of 10-minute response time and documentation system.

4. HEALTHCARE AND SOCIAL WELFARE ASSOCIATION:

“Healthcare And Social Welfare Association (HASWA)” is a not for profit organization working in the Health Sector for the last SIXTEEN years. Their Aim is to help the poorest of the poor.

They believe that every human being has a right to live a healthy happy life not just an existence.

HASWA was registered with the Govt of Pakistan in May 2001 as an NGO, a Not For Profit organization working in the Health and Social Welfare field. HASWA has also been certified by the Pakistan Centre of Philanthropy(PCP) Islamabad.

Their Mission:

  • To provide emotional and financial support to people suffering from congenital defects and physical handicaps specially those who are unable to finance their treatment.
  • To provide free medicines and Medical and Surgical treatment to the extremely poor who cannot afford treatment.

Projects:

1- Artificial Limbs:

In collaboration with Rotary Club of Karachi and Jaipur Foot Team, India, HASWA technicians are making limbs which are light, easily adjustable and very mobile. A permanent Prosthesis Centre and Workshop is functioning at the Rotary Community Center, Gulistan e Jauhar, Karachi where free services are provided to everyone. They have provided more than 10,000 artificial Limbs and Calipers over the last six years. These were provided totally free of Charge from donations. The value of these were more than 100 Million Rupees. They do not charge or collect any cash money for the installation or servicing of an artificial limb. All artificial limbs are provided free of cost to all deserving visitors at our center.

2- Cleft Lip and Palate:

HASWA has been providing free reconstructive surgery of lip and cleft palate to deserving children in collaboration with Patel Hospital Karachi and Smile Train, a New York based organization. With their combined resources, they have provided free Surgical correction for more than 1000 Cleft Lip and Palate patients.

3- Medical Equipment and Medicines Distribution:

Millions of Rupees worth of Medicines, Medical and Surgical supplies and equipment have been donated free of charge over the years.

HASWA has actively been holding Medical Camps in the last 10 years.

They also support two Foundations who run hospices for the elderly and terminally sick, specifically Cancer Patients.

4- Speech Therapy Center:

A Speech Therapy Center has been set up at the Rotary Club Community Center.

This Speech Therapy Center is a joint venture of HASWA, The Special Education department of the University of Karachi and the Rotary Club of Karachi.

They noted that a lot of children who were operated upon for Cleft Lip and Palate, a Congenital Deformity were found to have severe speech problems. Smile Train of New York provided a grant to HASWA to set up a speech therapy Center so as to help these poor children speak normally and grow up as normal citizen’s and not with a stigma.

5. Ehsaas Foundation:

“Ehsaas Foundation” was founded in 1998 by Mrs. Rifat Shaukat. Ehsaas is an aid and development charity with over 8 years of grass-roots experience that helps low income families to alleviate their poverty and suffering by taking care of their basic necessities of food, water, shelter, health, education and employment – all without compromising their dignity. In addition, Ehsaas also rapidly implements emergency humanitarian relief in areas that have been struck by calamity.

Several of Ehsaas’s campaigns have been created in partnership with the Khawaja Gharib Nawaz Welfare Trust International (KGNWTI) and ARY Television Network including the EHSAAS ZINDAGI KA Campaign which gave welfare and humanitarian relief including Food Support, Clean Water and Shelter during the Pakistan floods of 2010 and 2011.

There is a dire need for health services in some of the poorest regions of Pakistan. Their Health Projects are run in some of the most deprived areas of Pakistan, and vary from helping individuals with life-threatening illnesses to supporting institutions that have helped over 1.4 million people so far such as the Fatima Bai Hospital. In addition, they also provide Medical Camps with free nutrition, consultancy and medicines and Eye Camps with free spectacles and cataract operations.

Medical Camps:

Ehsaas holds Free Medical Camps in some of the poorest areas of Pakistan. 

Over 600 people attended their last medical camp, where your donations provided free consultation and medicines.

Pakistan is one of the highest ranking countries where people are still getting affected by preventable diseases such as tuberculosis, polio and malaria while non-communicable diseases are also increasing considerably.

Ehsaas knows the desperate need to provide these health services to those that can least afford them and, with your generous support, would like to undertake many more free medical camps in the most deprived areas, especially to deal with chest and lung problems and many other problems such as :

  • Intestinal Infections
  • Tuberculosis
  • Bacterial Diseases
  • Viral Diseases
  • Diseases of Respiratory System
  • Diseases of Digestive System
  • Diseases of Urinary System

Eye Camps:

Ehsaas holds free Eye Camps in the most deprived areas of Pakistan, for the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and for Syrian refugees, to help avoid blindness by undertaking eye check-ups and cataract operations.

However, they know there is still a desperate need to provide even more eyesight health services especially to those that can least afford them and, with your generous support, they would like to undertake many more free eye camps.

Fatima Bai Hospital:

The Fatima Bai 100-bed general hospital in Karachi is run on a no profit no loss basis.

It is a modern well-equipped and well-staffed facility with experienced doctors and provides affordable treatment for those on low incomes and treats on average over 4,000 patients a month.

The Fatima Bai Hospital was established in 1985 under the supervision of Haji Yaqoob Wali Muhammad Gandhi Foundation.

6. HOPE:

About

HOPE (Health Oriented Preventive Education) is a NGO (non-governmental organization) based in Karachi, Pakistan, comprising of professionals (Doctors, Social workers, Educationists) as well as grass-root workers. The motto is SELF-SUFFICIENCY and SUSTAINABILITY.

The ultimate aim of HOPE is Community Development through self-sufficiency of the community. The members of HOPE are working along with community volunteers who are organized in Community Based Organizations (CBO’S). All activities in the community are planned in co-ordination with the CBO’S and implemented in the community through the CBO’S. Hence, the community becomes SELF- SUFFICIENT and the community development work is SUSTAINABLE.

HOPE is presently addressing the following issues in the community.

  • Community development and organization into CBO’S.
  • Community motivation.
  • Provision of primary health care services.
  • Awareness raising in community through literacy programs.
  • Income-generation activities.
  • Environmental sanitation.
  • Promotion of hygienic health practices.

Health Services

  • Maternal Child Center
  • Basic Health Unit in HUB
  • Mobile Health Unit (MHU)

Maternal Child Center

Maternal mortality is significantly high in Pakistan. This is chiefly due to pregnancy related complications such as threatened abortion, ante-partum hemorrhage, pre eclampsia, etc. Mothers generally do not go for ante – natal care and most deliveries are conducted at home.

Maternal and Child health Centers have been established in Manzoor Colony, Mujahid Colony and Bilal Colony where ante – natal care is provided to mothers. High-risk pregnancies are identified. Anemia is treated, nutrition advice is given and fetal monitoring is carried out. For this purpose a liaison has been established with the TBA’s in the area. Simple deliveries are conducted in the MCH Centre. In case of complications, the MCH Staff immediately takes the patient to a Tertiary Care Hospital.

Basic Health Unit in HUB

HOPE, in collaboration with Asia Petroleum, started a Basic Health Unit in the HUB area in August 2010. The Health Center is located in a poor area. Majority of people live without electricity, poor hygiene and sanitation facilities and limited clean water. Diseases are common in this area and health facilities are situated far away. HOPE aims to provide much needed basic health care to thousands of residents annually through this BHU. List of Top Organizations for Free Medical Camps.

Mobile Health Unit (MHU) 

To cater the much needed health care facilities in the underprivileged areas of Karachi, HOPE organizes a weekly mobile medical camp that covers as many as 26 Goths on a rotational basis. HOPE has been able to carry out this project with the help of generous support from ASIA Petroleum. The area that HOPE’s medical team covers is quite vast ~ from Pipri in the south east of Karachi to the North West touching the borders of Baluchistan at Hub. On each visit  as many as 60 individual patients  consisting of men, women and children are examined.

7. Insaniyat Foundation Pakistan :

“Insaniyat Foundation Pakistan” is a Non-Governmental-Organization established to bring about change in our society. The foundation is aimed to motivate youth, help poor people, provide quality health, blood bank, awareness programs & free medical camps.

Vision:

A Non-political & Non-profit organization established to bring about change in our society. IFP is on the way forward in achieving the best results during disasters and peace time projects to include Health, Blood Bank, Awareness Programs, Free Medical Camps, Education & Capacity Building – this is the core agenda of Insaniyat Foundation Pakistan – IFP.

The idea was conceived in 2014 and the launching ceremony of the foundation took place on 27th November 2015 at Victoria Hospital Bahawalpur, which was attended by almost all the members of organization, media institutes and people from all walks of life.

Mission:

Serve Humanity for Good Cause:

To improve the quality of living standard of the deprived, vulnerable and marginalized communities, women & children in particular areas by education, healthcare, environment, gender equality, community physical infrastructure, skill development, capacity building, public health & awareness Seminars on sustainable basis.

Objective :

  • Providing quality Health
  • Organizing Free Medical Camps
  • Providing Medicines to needy People
  • Blood Bank Service
  • Free checkup at Affiliated Hospitals
  • To prevent drug addiction in target area
  • Free Blood (Different) tests at Camps
  • Taking efforts for development of our Villages and Cities
  • Organizing Medical Seminars for awareness
  • To promote quality education both academic & technical in under privileged communities

8. Aaghaz Foundation

About

Aaghaz Foundation (AF) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization, devoting its efforts for empowering underprivileged sections of society particularly women and laborers, strengthening local government institutions, promoting quality education and health awareness. List of Top Organizations for Free Medical Camps. 

Aaghaz Foundation is working since 2006 in order to streamline the local government system, to ensure reforms for gender-sensitive governance structure and participatory community development through its contribution in various researches, advocacy campaigns, community mobilization, and training programs.

Activities in Area of health

  • Regularly organize medical camps with support of Doctors Association and different pharmaceutical companies in Shalimar and wagha Town.
  • Organize awareness session on HIV/AIDS & T.B.
  • Arranging activities on child sexual Abuses in vulnerable segment of society

Medical camps

Aaghaz Foundation aimed to increase public awareness and support in the society for hygiene care. It did this with IEC material, mobilizing the community and implementing programmes and activities to strengthen each link of the chain. To reduce the risk of disease and increase awareness of the importance of good hygiene, Aaghaz foundation is helping NFBE centers in safe hygiene practices through HEC (health education comity). The students/teachers, lady health workers learned how they safe their selves from diseases, how hand-washing, safe food preparation, and proper waste disposal all help prevent disease.

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Pakistan has faced some really tough times but in these times the people have always come together and helped each other out. This has resulted in their situation improving greatly. Although there is still a lot to achieve, it cannot be denied that if Pakistanis keep working together for the betterment of themselves and for the betterment of this country, they will become really successful in no time. These free medical relief camps are just one step towards a much brighter and healthier country.