Inauguration Ceremony Marks Milestone Achievements in Maternal and Child Healthcare

PPHI Sindh successfully organised an inauguration ceremony of the rehabilitation work of the Maternal, Neonatal, and Child Health (MNCH) Block, coupled with the launch of C-Section services at Government Hospital Murad Memon, Malir Karachi. Additionally, the distribution of 17 ambulances to various districts was also held, further enhancing emergency healthcare services in the region. The event was graced by the presence of esteemed Chief Guest, Mr. Fazal-ur-Rehman, Chairman Board of Directors, PPHI Sindh. The ceremony was held at the MCHC Murad Memon, Murad Memon Goth, Malir, Karachi. This event marks a significant milestone in PPHI Sindh’s ongoing efforts to enhance maternal and child healthcare (MCHC) services across Sindh. The refurbishment of the MNCH Block and the implementation of C-Section services will significantly enhance healthcare provisions for mothers and children in the area, guaranteeing access to high-quality medical facilities. Notable progress of MCHC Murad Memon includes a significant increase in OPD visits from 6,298 to 12,856, ANC-1 from 185 to 322, FP from 113 to 186, NVD from 21 to 62, and Lab Tests from 472 to 7,363. Committed to innovation, it operates EPI Centers, BMUs, TCFs, Gene Expert Machines, and offers Ophthalmology and Dental services. Through its multifaceted approach, PPHI Sindh strives to foster a healthier future for the communities it serves. Mr. Javed Ali Jagirani, CEO PPHI Sindh, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, "The inauguration of the MNCH Block and the launch of C-Section services mark a crucial step forward in our mission to provide comprehensive healthcare services to all communities in Sindh. We are committed to ensuring to bring down the maternal and neonatal mortality rates and the well-being of mothers and children across the province." Mr. Fazal-ur-Rehman, Chairman Board of Directors, PPHI Sindh, added, "I am honored to have been part of this momentous occasion. The distribution of ambulances and the expansion of healthcare facilities underscore our dedication to improving emergency medical services and addressing the healthcare needs of our communities." Mr. Abdul Raheem, Regional Director Karachi PPHI Sindh, emphasized the impact of these initiatives, stating, Maternal and child health services are the cornerstone of equitable healthcare provision in underprivileged communities. By leveraging innovative technical solutions and robust infrastructure, we aim to bridge gaps in access and quality, ensuring every mother and child receives the care they deserve." Mr. Manzoor Ahmed Memon, President UMJP Malir, a member of the local community, shared their perspective, saying, “As a member of the community, I extend my heartfelt gratitude to PPHI Sindh for their unwavering dedication in providing top-notch MNCH services. Their commitment to quality healthcare has positively impacted the lives of countless mothers and children in our region, ensuring a healthier and brighter future for generations to come."

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