Health Network (IHN) offers Medical Services to Corona
Indus Health Network has made multiple hospitals
operational in Karachi to be used as treatment
facilities for coronavirus patients
Indus Health Network helped the Government of Sindh
to set-up two quarantine hospitals at Dumba Goth and
Conducting COVID19 tests of the patients coming to
our facilities and also are supporting the
requirements of the Government of Sindh.
Have established a 26-bed facility with a
possibility of ventilator with each bed.
Equipped the Emergency Department at the Indus
Hospital, Korangi Campus, Karachi to provide
screening and the treatment for potential Covid19
Running mass public awareness campaign through all
our digital platforms (website and social media).
Developed animated videos in English and Urdu,
flyers, standees, posters, and other patient
Regular screening of all staff coming to work is
being conducted at Indus hospitals and healthcare
facilities across the Indus Health Network.
Launched a Pakistan-specific COVID-19 self-screening
tool to help people self-check their symptoms and
risk factors from home.
Foundation Initiates Health Services
collaboration with its local and global partners,
Alkhidmat Foundation has started taking crucial
steps including establishment of isolation centers,
emergency medical care, distribution of ration packages
& precautionary goods and awareness campaigns.
Kashmir Orphan Relief Trust (KORT) Sets Up Four
Quarantine centers in AJK
collaboration with district administrations, KORT has
established four quarantine centers across Azad Kashmir
treating 100 corona patients at a time.
Rural Aid’s Activities in the three Districts
Aid is carrying out activities aimed at creating
awareness among the masses in the districts of Narowal,
Sahiwal and Nankana Sahib districts and also making
efforts to supply free ration to the deserving families.
Foundation is Responding to the Crisis
# of Beneficiaries
Face Mask Provision
Hand Hygiene Items
Persons with Disabilities
Hand Washing Stations
Preventive Measure Messages
Staff Competence and Safety
Coordination with District
Appeal Pakistan (HAP) works with the Public Sector
installed hand sanitizers at the 30 metro stations 30
entry and exit points for the passengers and for more
than 1,000 janitorial, ticketing and security staff
serving at these stations.
Rawalpindi Waste Management Company (RWMC) through
currently providing more than 1,000 people with the
family size hygiene kits including hand sanitizers,
masks, gloves and other necessary items further ensuring
personal & domestic hygiene.
Providing immediate relief and food assistance to more
than 3,000 people (daily wage workers).
Support & Development Foundation Responding
Providing food and very necessary stuff for personal
hygiene in 10,000 families
Medicine facilities for the sick people
purifying tablets, shelter and clothing
from the drought/Corona affected area to the safer
Care Drive by Patients' Aid Foundation
JPMC's Fundraising Committee (FRC) initiated a 'Corona
Care Drive' on Friday, 20th March to provide immediate
support to people vulnerable in this situation and staff
on-duty. With generous donations, Corona care packs
comprising of health and hygiene products have been
distributed to patients, attendants, medical
professionals and on-duty staff for the last 2 weeks.
Initiatives by HANDS
is distributing food baskets in a number of cities
across Pakistan. Their field offices are in process of
selection of Extremely Vulnerable Individual- EVIs in
close coordination of district administration and DDMAs.
HANDS has a target of 25,000 households to be covered
under the relief activity.
Additionally, initiated a three months program to
support the Government of Sindh to fill the
infrastructure, material and human resource gaps in the
21 designated isolation wards and health care facilities
across the Sindh province.
hygiene kits and masks are handed over to the PDMAs in
Sindh and Balochistan under DFID funded Multiyear
Humanitarian Program- MYHP. These items will be utilised
by the authorities at isolation centres established by
the Government of Sindh and Balochsitan.
Isolation wards have been established at SGH Murad Memon
Goth and Ibrahim Hydri and ambulance services for
shifting suspected cases along with DHO Malir Teams in
RAHMA Islamic Relief
has distributed hand washing Soaps among people visiting
hospitals in Punjab and Azad Kashmir. The organization
is in the process of identifying 1500 families who are
among street vendors and daily wagers affected by
lock-down situation in the country. The identified
families will be provided monthly food packages at their