Pakistan Maternal and Child Statistics

HOPE For the Future

HOPE's Five Maternal and Child
Health Centers in Pakistan:
HOPE Maternal and Child
Center Manzoor Colony

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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. 

HOPE Maternal and Child
Center Mujahid Colony

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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.

HOPE Maternal and Child
Center Bilal Colony

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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 Qayyumabad

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HOPE's debuted its most recent maternal and child center (MCHC) in Qayyumabad in January 2019.  This center is also funded by a private family.  Services include:

 

  • Prenatal and maternal services

  • Outpatient procedures

  • 24/7 emergency unit

  • Gynecologist

  • Diagnostic services (laboratory)

  • General surgeries

 

HOPE Maternal and Child Center Korangi 5

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HOPE's debuted its most recent maternal and child center (MCHC) in Korangi 5 in March 2021.  This center is also funded by a private family.  We expect to treat 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