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SINA Health, Education & Welfare Trust is a privately funded not-for-profit-organization that provides primary healthcare services to underprivileged members of the society. We have a network of 18 clinics, 2 referral clinics and 1 mobile unit that together cater to the needs of more than 500,000 individuals annually. Our clinics are strategically located deep within urban slums to provide ease accessibility to those deserving. More than 80% patients treated at our clinics are women and children of which majority is Zakat eligible.
SINA Vision, Mission, Values and Goals
Affordably, Accessability, Quality, hard to provide affordable, acessiable,
and quality primary, healthcare in underprivi-communities of Karachi.
Mission & Vision
To Build an authentic & sustainable health-
care Model that guarantees quality primary
Healthcare deep within urban slums
Fatima, a 1 month old infant was brought to IIL Centre by her mother. Fatima had been suffering from flu and cough for one month that had resulted in chest congestion. Her father is an employee in a local company called ICL and is the only breadwinner in the family. Due to limited earnings, he is unable to afford medical expenses that are often so much that they offset monthly budget, adding more to existing problems. Fatima resides with her family in a small house located in Saboor colony which is located at a ten to fifteen minutes walking distance.
For the family, IIL is a place where they can get quality treatment at a very nominal fee. Fatima was thoroughly examined by the doctor and her mother was counseled about preventive measures and drug dosage for the medicines provided.Fatima
Shafi Ur Rehman, , a 30 year old patient at the SINA clinic in Ittehad Colony used to work as a laborer till a year ago, until he fell sick. He has 7 children and his wife stays at home, therefore they have been making ends meet on Shafi’s savings since he has been unemployed. The private hospital he was receiving treatment from was too expensive for him. He walks for 30 minutes to get to the clinic is satisfied with the quality of care.Shafi Ur Rehman
A 31 year old father of three, is a regular visitor at SINA in Baldia Town. He has been visiting SINA for almost 3 months and is extremely satisfied with the care provided. He is particularly happy that he can afford to buy medicine for his diabetic wife at a much affordable price. He is the sole bread winner of his house, and because he is employed seasonally, he cannot afford to spend too much on medical care and medicinesRashid
Abdul Malik and his family are very happy visiting the SINA clinic in their neighborhood in Machar Colony. His wife and children visit the clinic regularly. He said “My wife recently delivered our second son and the doctors at SINA advised us before and after the delivery. We are grateful that SINA exists in our neighborhood.” Abdul Malik, a father of two is 27 and makes his living from the sea. His son Yousuf is in the photograph with him on the left.Abdul Malik
A 30 year old woman is a mother to 1 son and 3 daughters. She is a housewife and her husband does not work therefore they are unable to afford medical care. She walks for 2 hours with her children to get to a SINA clinic in Mewashah as she cannot pay for medical treatment in her area. She has been visiting the clinic for a few months now and her son has improved in health.Samira
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