The Al Falah Medical Centre is an existing facility in the rural part of Lahore that provides free medical services to needy citizens in Pakistan. Teebah Foundation has partnered up with the medical centre to expand the hospital’s current medical facilities to incorporate: specialist consultations for Gynecology and Ultrasonography, a pharmacy, a medical ward, laboratory testing, x-ray and ultrasound facilities.
The first floor expansion will provide an additional space of 7,770 sq. ft., medical supplies and will include a new maternity ward, 11 additional rooms and a new general ward.
The total cost for this expansion is £400,000.
- 12,000 mothers and 300,000 babies die every year within the first month of birth
- About 1 in 10 children in Pakistan die before the age of 5
- More than 50% of all deaths in Pakistan result from infectious diseases
- Malaria is estimated to cause at least 50,000 deaths reported malaria cases every year