Rural Primary Healtcare Project, Sindh
Rural Primary Healthcare project is SACH innovative venture in the basic healthcare sector, which is gradually becoming a model and sustainable healthcare project in Sindh, Pakistan.
The Idead of this project was perceived by SACH team before formal registration of the organization 2008, while working as an informal group of volunteers of affectees of the 2011 flood. The team noticed lack of an adequate healthcare infrastructure in the Badin sindh.
This need was felt more intensely while working in refugee camps during Qurbani Projects.
Basic Healthcare Project in The Flood Affected Areas of District Badin, Sindh.
in July- August 2011-12 , district Badin was badly affected by the devastating floods that ravaged many parts of sindh pakistan. SACH worked for almost 8 months in the district Badin Emergency relief projects, involving provision of food , non-food items and hygiene items.
During the Course of relief project, SACH proposed this project for improvement of healthcare services at basic healthcare unit , Badin, Sajawal, thatha. The health conditions of District Badin are poor, especially in post-flood scenario. This project has started as of November 2011 and is ongoing till 31 December 2012.
This Project will directly benefits more than 30,000 men, woman and children in 9 villages and surrounding hamlets of Badin areas SACH will establish a lab facility for provision of quality diagnosis services to patients. OPD services will be provided six days a week .
This Project also involves an extensive awareness-raising and outreach component, which will greatly improve health awareness among the largest flood affected areas.