Fatima Memorial Hospital

Quality healthcare to patients from all walks of life without discrimination
Continuing Malala's Dream - Educating Pakistan
 
Currently there are 1850 students enrolled in 3 formal and 27 non-formal community outreach schools of Fatima Memorial Hospital in 7 peri-urban areas of Lahore established since 1985. Of these, the enrollment of girls is only 35%, reflecting the gender discrimination marring the society as a whole. This project aims to provide equal opportunities to the girls in the communities being served by us from an early age by providing them primary education and increasing their enrollment level to 50% project reportread updates from the field
Providing new clothes for Eid to 1350 poor kids
 
This project provides 1350 students studying at the schools of ABNI, the community outreach program of Fatima Memorial Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan, with new clothes to wear on this Eid. project reportread updates from the field
Providing Iftar to Families of Hospital Patients
 
This project offering Iftar meals (breaking of the fast meals) to those people who are fasting and accompanying patients at the Fatima Memorial Hospital (FMH). project reportread updates from the field
Helping Arthritis Patients Fight Disability
 
Arthritis Care Foundation is a collaborating partner of the Fatima Memorial Hospital and is being run by a team of Rheumatology Experts with the aim to establish, encourage, assist and support, medical, social welfare and educational activities, pertaining to deserving or underprivileged patients, both adult and children, with arthritis and other related rheumatic diseases, regardless of their sex, religion, caste, or colour, and without prejudice to the generality of the aforesaid. project reportread updates from the field
Giving Sight to the Cataract Blind
 
After achieving the initiatl target of restoring sight of 150, the project plans to offer another 150 patients with free intra-ocular lens (IOL) replacement. project reportread updates from the field
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
 
After detailed damage need assessment, Fatima Memorial Hospital adopted a settlement of 400 families in a flood hit area near Dera Ghazi Khan in South Punjab The village was called Habit Mastui and a school was set up to educate children in area - the building was donated by a local landlord and a school was set up. Today after four years 200 Children are studying regularly in the school and we hope to keep continuing to educate these children with your support. project reportread updates from the field
Meals for 1850 Young Students in Pakistan
 
Fatima Memorial Hospital has been running its Community outreach program since 1985 with Mobile Health Units in the outreach areas of Lahore. In 1996, after assessing the needs of the community the program was expanded to education with the inception of the NUR Foundation Schools. We proud to say that through the hard work and commitment of our team since than over 18,000 children have completed their schooling and currently 1850 students study in our schools in the outskirts of Lahore project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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