Pakistan Maternal and Child Statistics

HOPE For the Future

HOPE's Six Maternal and Child
Health Centers in Pakistan:

HOPE Maternal and Child Center Manzoor Colony

HOPE’s oldest Maternal and Child Health Center is Manzoor Colony and was established in 2000 through funding from the Japan Embassy.  It is open part-time and deliveries are referred to HOPE’s Hospital in Zia Colony.  Services include:

  • General prenatal and obstetric care

  • Ultrasounds

  • IV drips for dehydration

 

In 2017, 16,848 patients were seen at Manzoor Colony.  These included: 6,240 mothers, 8,112 children, 1,560 ultrasounds, 936 IV drips. 

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HOPE Maternal and Child Center Mujahhid Colony

Mujahid Colony is a downtrodden neighborhood in the outskirts of Karachi with a population of 40,000 people.  HOPE’s Maternal and Child Health Center in Mujahid Colony was established in 2003 and has received funding form the Consulate of Germany.  It is also open-part time, but has the capacity to conduct deliveries.  Services include:

  • Prenatal and maternal services

  • Ultrasounds

  • Normal deliveries

  • IV drips for dehydration

 

In 2018, 18,804 patients were seen at HOPE’s Maternal and Child Health Center in Mujahid Colony.  These included: 9,360 children, 7,176 mothers, 1,248 ultrasounds, 936 IV drips, and 84 normal births.

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HOPE Maternal and Child Center Bilal Colony

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HOPE's debuted its maternal and child center (MCHC) in Korangi 5 in March 2021.  This center is also funded by a private family.  We expect to see over 27,000 zakat-eligible mothers and children per year.  Services include:

 

  • Prenatal and maternal services

  • Outpatient procedures

  • 24/7 emergency unit

  • Gynecologist

  • Diagnostic services (laboratory)

  • General surgeries

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HOPE Maternal and Child Center Korangi 5

HOPE’s third Maternal and Child Health Center opened in March 2017 and is funded by a private family.  Bilal Colony has a population of 80,000 but medical facilities in the area are inadequate.  HOPE’s Maternal and Child Health Center provides a critical service to the previously underserved community.  Services include:

  • Maternal and prenatal care

  • Pediatric care

  • Pharmacy providing medicines free of charge

  • IV drips for dehydration

  • Diagnostic services (ultrasounds, labs, etc.)

  • Infertility treatments

  • Breastfeeding consultants

  • Family planning services

  • Awareness programs for diseases such as hepatitis, hypertension, diabetes

 

In 2017, 20,280 patients were treated at HOPE’s Maternal and Child Health Center in Bilal Colony.  These include: 9,360 mothers, 6,864 children, 2,184 ultrasounds, 1,872 IV drips. 

HOPE Maternal and Child Center Azad Kashmir

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HOPE’s Maternal and Child Health Center opened in September 2021 and is funded by HOPE USA donors.  The surrounding community did not have access to adequate healthcare facilities.  This Maternal and Child Health Center provides 20,000 women and children per year with the following services for free/nominal cost:

  • Maternal and prenatal care

  • Pediatric care

  • Pharmacy providing medicines free of charge

  • IV drips for dehydration

  • Diagnostic services (ultrasounds, labs, etc.)

  • Infertility treatments

  • Breastfeeding consultants

  • Family planning services

  • Awareness programs for diseases such as hepatitis, hypertension, diabetes

 

HOPE Maternal and Child Center Chikaar Azad Kashmir

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HOPE’s Maternal and Child Health Center facility opened in December 2021.  It was donated by private donors and renovated to treat the needs of the surrounding community.  This MCHC is approximately 1.5 hours away from the Azad Kashmir MCHC and caters to a different community.  Approximately 15,000 women and children are provided free/nominal cost healthcare per year.  This center provides the following services:

  • Maternal and prenatal care

  • Pediatric care

  • Pharmacy providing medicines free of charge

  • IV drips for dehydration

  • Diagnostic services (ultrasounds, labs, etc.)

  • Infertility treatments

  • Breastfeeding consultants

  • Family planning services

  • Awareness programs for diseases such as hepatitis, hypertension, diabetes