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HCV Rapid Testing Kits. Screening Site at Kemari Project. Community Awareness- Key to acheiving results! Patients awaiting treatment at one THF rural site

The Health Foundation

Org #37657
Vetted since 2017
2007
year founded
$11,634
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The Health Foundation aims to create awareness and promote healthy practices for Prevention and Control of Hepatitis B and C in Pakistan. THF is implementing a Community based model in selected high prevalent areas of Pakistan. The model consists of the following components: 1- Mass Community Awareness ( Advocacy, Social Mobilization and Inter personal Communication) 2- Catch up Hepatitis B Vaccinations ( in educational institutes as well as within the community) 3- Free Treatment to non affording poor and marginalized patients suffering from Hepatitis B or C 4- Safe Sharp Waste Management project in partnership with WHO and Pakistan health Research Council

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
laila rizvi
laila rizvi
Team
Laila Rizvi, Asim Ali
Organization Information
The Health foundation, Office # 2, 10 Floor, Jason Trade Center,
Main Shahra -e- Faisal
Karachi, Sindh 75400
Pakistan
0092-21- 34320018
Organization Information
The Health foundation, Office # 2, 10 Floor, Jason Trade Center,
Main Shahra -e- Faisal
Karachi, Sindh 75400
Pakistan
0092-21- 34320018

Project Reports

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Oct 2, 2020
Enabling Hepatitis Free Nation.
                                                     Enabling a...
Jun 8, 2020
Hepatitis elimination in the COVID 19 pandemic
The COVID 19 Pandemic has changed the health care scenario globally. So is the case seen with Hepatitis elimination activities in Pakistan too With lockdowns and social distancing, it has been...
Feb 7, 2020
Hepatitis - A National Public Health emergency!
In 2008, Pakistan, after Egypt, had the highest prevalence of HCV (5%) in the world, while it stands in the intermediate endemic countries (2-5%) for HBV. However, new HCV prevalence survey undertaken...
 
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