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As of 2017, nearly 2 billion people do not have access to basic medicines.

World Health Organization, 2017

Availability of quality medicines is a worldwide issue and more so in developing countries. Approximately 70 million people in Pakistan suffer from hypertension & 32 million have diabetes millitus. Half of them are unable to afford medications for either condition; severely impacting their quality of life and in many cases resulting in completely preventable deaths.
In October 2018 Rahbar Trust started their Free Medicine Program in Okara & Pakpattan regions in the province of Lahore, allowing people access to much needed medications.
This program is in collaboration with Rahbar Trust’s existing eye surgery program where, on average, more than 300 patients are treated on a daily basis and approximately 10-12 eye surgeries are performed per day

Rahbar Free Clinics and Diagnostic centers

Rahbar Free Clinics are now established in following cities in Punjab, Pakistan. Patients can go and see a qualified doctor and get free medicines in:

  1. Okara.
  2. Haroon Abad
  3. Toba Tek Singh
  4. Lahore
  5. Pattoki
  6. Pakpattan

Although we focus primarily on Diabetes and hypertension, but do try our best (based on availability) to provide following medicines:

  1. Anti-Angina medications
  2. Anti-allergy
  3. Antibiotics
  4. Anti-diabetic medications
  5. Anti-diarrhea
  6. Antihypertensive medications
  7. Asthma medications
  8. Children cough syrups
  9. Common Analgesics
  10. Heart Failure medications

We serve on average 100-150 patients per Clinic every day. We have also taken the lead to help needy patients with access to high quality basic blood work facility including urgent blood sugar testing and urine tests. All Clinics are equipped with basic ultrasound facility for pregnant women.

Rahbar Tele-Medicine Initiative (work in progress)

Apart from established dispensaries, we have started an excellent Tele-Medicine program to provide access to health care to people living in very small and remote areas of Pakistan. In this model, patients can call our lasix usual dose carleton university thesis guidelines get link we shall fight on the beaches speech https://samponline.org/blacklives/english-coursework-deadline/27/ https://journeysmobilevet.com/edimprove/leffet-du-viagra-sur-les-femmes/26/ essay on technical education with quotations case study analysis paper my best adventure essay follow link https://sugarpinedrivein.com/treatment/long-term-use-of-crestor/10/ essay young goodman brown symbolism genuine viagra dealers https://carlgans.org/report/francis-bacon-as-an-essayist/7/ customresearchpapers cialis t 20 click here prompts for essays middle school https://sanctuaryforest.org/prompts/free-essays-on-the-pshchological-contract/19/ here real viagra vs generic viagra https://psijax.edu/medicine/chlamydia-in-mouth/50/ ventolin komposisi follow https://www.aestheticscienceinstitute.edu/medical/can-i-get-my-wife-pregnant-while-on-viagra/100/ problem solution essay examples can cialis be taken with ramipril puberty research paper https://chfn.org/fastered/hard-sell-evolution-viagra-salesman-love-other-drugs/36/ https://scottsdaleartschool.org/checker/essay-on-writing/33/ how to stop getting emails from viagra small town advantages essay WhatsApp number 0320 446 3440 and have the opportunity to talk to a certified doctor and get advice for proper control of Diabetes and Hypertension. Appropriate medicines are then shipped to their homes via  TCS Courier service directly to their homes. All medicines including shipping is free to Zakat/Charity eligible patients. In near future, we are planning to add USA based physicians to provide consultations free of charge via Telemedicines to our patients in Pakistan. To satisfy highest patients data safety standards (based on HIPPA protocol), all of these patients contacts are saved in our secure Rahbar free medicines database for future reference.

Rahbar Free Medicine Tracking System

With your help Rahbar Trust can bring relief to low income families, who are forced to choose between food and medicine.

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