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Human Relief Foundation

Health Programmes

HRF works to improve health infrastructures by rehabilitating and sponsoring hospitals, clinics, health care centers, and mobile clinics and through the provision of capacity building.

The causes of poor health for millions globally are rooted in political, social and economic injustices. Poverty is both a cause and a consequence of poor health. 

Approximately 1.2 billion people in the world live in extreme poverty (less than one dollar per day).

Poverty creates ill-health because it forces people to live in environments that make them sick, without decent shelter, clean water or adequate sanitation.

As health is intrinsically linked to development, HRF works to improve health infrastructures by rehabilitating and sponsoring hospitals, clinics, health care centers, and mobile clinics and through the provision of capacity building for doctors, nurses, paramedics, and medical management personnel.

isakhel hospital - pakistan

HRF (HRF) began operation of Isakhel Hospital in October 2010, after floods which ravaged Pakistan during the summer leaving thousands in need of medical assistance.

Today, Isakhel Hospital is providing the best medical facilities in relation to mother and child care, skin, eye, chronic, communicable and non-communicable disease to help the vulnerable who live under the poverty line.

MEDICINE FOR THE malnourished IN ZA'ATARI

HRF is providing support and assistance to pregnant women, lactating mothers, and children who are living in one of the world’s largest refugee camps, Za’atari in Jordan.

In collaboration with Vitamin Angels, HRF is providing vitamins and minerals to specifically pregnant women, lactating women and children.

Find out more here.

hygiene kits

HRF provides those most in need with hygiene kits. kits provides an individual or household with basic, yet essential supplies during times of emergency.

You can donate a hygiene kit for a household for £60 or a babies hygiene kit for £40.

MEDICAL CAMPS for rohingya - Bangladesh

The Rohingya have limited or no access to adequate healthcare, many living in squalid camps with nowhere to go. HRF is running medical camps in Bangladesh for the Rohingya refugees who have arrived to the borders.

Medical doctors, nurses and helpers aid up to 80 vulnerable people in on day, prescribing patients check-ups and prescriptions. These camps need funds to continue running, so your support is vital.

You can set up a medical camp for a day for £750 or for the full month for £6,000.

You can also find out more about our Rohingya Emergency Appeal here.


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