Help us build an Infection Free Pakistan

Pakistan is home to millions of patients infected with Hepatitis, HIV, Tuberculosis, Malaria, and Typhoid. Recently we are facing the COVID-19 pandemic in the country. Thousands of people are dying from these avoidable and treatable infections. Infection Prevention and Control Foundation is helping save thousands of lives each year. Help us in our mission. Donate generously!

You can also donate to our specific projects below.

Projects

Community Health Camps

In these health camps, laboratory tests and medication for Hepatitis B & C, Tuberculosis (TB), and HIV are provided free of cost to the general public and people at high risk. The foundation aims to screen and treat 50,000 people for Hepatitis B & C, Tuberculosis (TB), and HIV in the year 2021.

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Mosquito Net Distribution

Malaria kills 50,000 children and adults in Pakistan each year. Dengue epidemic wreaks havoc in metropoleis each year. Long-lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLINs) have been recommended by WHO as the most effective preventive strategy for Malaria and Dengue. The foundation aims to provide these mosquito nets to 50,000 families in rural Sindh and southern Punjab.

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Telehealth Infectious Disease Clinic

The Telehealth Infectious Disease Clinic provides free-of-cost phone & video consultations, e-labs, e-prescriptions, home sampling, and home delivery of medications to 20,000 patients annually. This clinic caters to the patients of COVID19, Hepatitis, TB, HIV, Typhoid, Malaria, Dengue, and Rabies.

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Infectious Disease Center, Sialkot

Infectious Diseases Center in Sialkot will provide free of cost check-ups, lab tests, medicines, and counseling to 30,000 patients from Sialkot and neighboring villages in the year 2021. The center provides these services to patients infected with Hepatitis, HIV, TB, Typhoid, Tetanus, and Rabies. The facility will also organize community-health awareness activities around the year.

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Public Awareness

Awareness is the key to the prevention of Infectious Diseases. The Foundation has been running a country-wide public awareness program to raise the awareness level since 2016. The Foundation plans to reach 10 million people through seminars and community drives in the year 2021. The Foundation utilizes the latest information technology tools and social media platforms to reach the online audience.

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