The SADA Welfare Foundation has added to its contribution for development of health care system of Pakistan by collaborating with Civil Hospital Karachi for treatment and surgeries of Artificial Limbs.
The facility helps the limbless people to get services of artificial limb treatment free of cost.
Other than the support to the limbless patient’s at Civil Hospital Karachi, The Foundation also offers facility of free of cost dispensaries to needy patients.
The objective of the foundation is to support health needs and build awareness of health hygiene to support country health care system. In this effort, SADA Welfare Foundation has established two dispensaries in deprived areas of Lahore.
The service is successfully serving hundreds of patients in these units to support the cause. Patients are being provided free of cost checkup, guidance on prevention and disease management and free of cost medicines to deal with the illness.
As a whole, SADA Welfare foundation has treated around 7,00,000 patients per annum cumulatively in all of its facilities since the time of its inception. The cost to the treatment and management is extracted from generous donations of public and trustees.
The management of the Welfare Foundation does not only invest efforts in running of organization but also contributes the operations of the facilities with financial assistance to keep up the smooth running of the units.
Donations and charity of public are invited for contributing in the collections dedicated for making of hospital and endowment fund to meet the running expenses of the facility.