The objective of establishing the organization was to revitalize health services in rural Sindh. The immediate goal was to ensure that health facilities, handed over to PPHI, are fully functional, providing health services to all persons within their reach. A dedicated and competent management team was deployed which embarked with full vigor to achieve this objective. Within a short time, health facilities had regular attendance of doctors and staff as well as continuous medical supplies were ensured
PPHI’s journey started from District Kashmore in 2007 and gradually expanded to 22 districts of Sindh. This responsibility was first handed over to the organization through Sindh Rural Support Organization (SRSO) in 2007 under an MoU with the Government of Sindh (GoS). In 2013, the organization was converted into an independent company setup under section 42 of the Companies Ordinance, 1984 (repealed by the Companies Act, 2017) which signed a fresh MoU with (GoS).
The PPHI represents a new way of working. It is driven by a passion, by a commitment and a resolve to serve the poor. It is commonly observed that such norms of work are only privately subscribed to by individuals. These norms rarely drive public service delivery in Pakistan. The sharp focus on the assignment, close oversight and untiring facilitation of every key element of the operation by its managers have few parallels.
Since PPHI’s founding in 2007, PPHI Sindh has made enormous strides as a non-profit organization in saving the lives of women, newborn, children and families all over Sindh. Although PPHI’s mission has remained essentially same, but the interventions and their execution has continued to evolve, based on the changing needs of the communities where we work and our growing experience. As PPHI Sindh’s technical expertise has steadily expanded, our programmatic and organizational approaches have become increasingly field-driven and field-based—more practical, more flexible, more sustainable.
Currently active in 22 districts of Sindh, serving the underprivileged communities, saving lives and improving health.
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