Provision of free maintenance haemodialysis thrice a week to ensure survival of 100 poor chronic renal failure patients for whom this procedure is a virtual lifeline and is absolutely out of reach.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
The abject poverty in Pakistan prevents the common poor patients from having costly dialysis treatment. It is beyond the means of most of the patients to afford the vital drugs and injections needed to purify their blood thrice a week for life. We have been endlessly trying to mobilise resources for the patients so that no one approaching us is negated the right to live. This project will help 100 poor chronic renal failure patients from all over Pakistan.
How will this project solve this problem?
Haemodialysis of chronic renal failure patients thrice a week to rid their body of urea, creatinine and other toxins.
Potential Long Term Impact
Haemodialysis of chronic renal failure patients in the Hospital Dialysis Hall thrice a week to rid their body of urea, creatinine and other toxins.
This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.