IHMWA plans to provide healthcare to 4000 flood affected families, to reduce the incidences of communicable diseases, of Union Council Bait Mir Hazar, District Muzaffargharh, South Punjab, Pakistan.
A population of 25,000 (children,women and men) of 6 badly affected Mozas (Cluster of Small villages) of the remote Union Council Bait Mir Hazar, Tehsil Jatoi, District Muzaffargharh, South Punjab by the recent flooding in Pakistan is facing health problems due to lack of healthcare facilities and if no immediate help is provided to them (particularly to the vulnerable children and women) they can become victims of communicable diseases.
IHMWA provides basic healthcare facilities (medicines, hygiene kits and health awareness) to 4000 flood affected families (children, men and women) of Union Council Bait Mir Hazar through male and female village health committees.
The project facilitates 10,000 children, 7000 men and 8000 women in having health awareness of common diseases and trains 150 men and 150 women as community based public health facilitators through 7 male and 8 female village health committees.
This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Excel file (projdoc.xls).
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