Pakistan, a population of 182 million and one of the fastest growing economies in the world still struggles to provide basic healthcare to 51% of its total population. Around 40 million people live below the poverty line. Almost 30% of the population lack access to even primary health care facilities. The total GDP spent on healthcare in 0.9% and there is a recorded 30% penetration of counterfeit medicines. One child in ten dies before their 5th birthday. Simultaneously, 2016 statistics by PMDC state that each year the country produces nearly 170,000 general physicians and about 40,000 specialists. Nearly 50% of this entire workforce consists of female doctors. Yet 50 % of the female workforce does not pursue career options after their medical degree and basic registration. The primary reason for this high drop-out rate is that women are expected to stay at home after marriage and children.
Our Drive- Our Motivation- Our Story!
Primary Health Centers converted as Sehat Kahani Telehealth Centers = Ehubs
An example of beneficiary availing telehealth consultation at Sehat Kahani E-Hubs
Community Health workers equipped with tablets----> Door to door provision of telehealth consultations to beneficiaries [users] = E-Spokes
Sehat Kahani All-Female Health Provider Network Mechanism
Financial Model and Sustainability
Our Impact till Date
How we reach to our beneficiaries [Users]Our Growth and Expansion plan!
Our Competitive Edge in Market!Our Supporters and Partners