Health for All” “Health for All” is a very beautiful and motivating social slogan, which is raised by the government but is seldom realized in its true manifestation and perspective. Acquisition of basic health care and facilities is a basic human right; however the government finds it difficult to provide health care to everyone. Paucity of resources has always been taken as a hindrance in the way. Even governments of developed countries like that of the United States of America are unable to provide health facilities to everyone. Under this scenario the importance of non-government organizations (NGOs) has increased manifold as they are actively involved in social sector activities such as the provision of basic health care to a certain community/area/locality, although it may be on a smaller scale.
There are also some socio cultural barriers which do not allow government to deliver social services. The government therefore encourage NGOs to help them out as NGOs have roots in the community and as such they have an edge to reach communities in a better fashion. With an aim to provide basic health care to the children of Pakistan, a group of dedicated ladies headed by its Chairperson Ms. Fawzia Siddiqui set up Sada Welfare Foundation and started the uphill task of providing health care to the children of this country. SADA Welfare Foundation is an independent, non-political, non-profitable and non-governmental social welfare voluntary organization and its head office is based in Karachi at the National Institute of Child Health (NICH) at Cancer ward # 4 of Jinnah Post Graduate Medical Centre (JPMC) Karachi from where it extends help to those children who are in need of medical care.