The SKHCS Hospital will be one of its milestone initiatives in Shahdadkot City of Sindh Pakistan. It will provide free of cost, quality healthcare, a state-of-the-art tertiary healthcare facility to serve the needy and under-privileged people. It will be a non-commercial hospital, governed by the Indus Education Foundation and run under the supervision of health practitioners appointed by IEF. IEF is created to manage several Schools and hospitals and numerous outreach programs.
At the beginning, SKHCS will solely rely on the generous support of donors to help deliver services to people with meagre resources. Later, IEF will be reaching out to the less-privileged people across the country.
Create an excellence-driven, comprehensive, compassionate, free of charge, replicable healthcare facility accessible to all segments of the society
To focus on creating an excellence-driven, comprehensive, compassionate, free of charge and replicable healthcare system accessible to all. To be a not-for-profit entity, managed and funded through donations and community fundraising events at national and international levels
To adhere to ethical best practices in all aspects of its operations, while following the Law of the Land.
To empower its employees to employ best practices in place and encourage professional growth. To enhance and build human capacities through quality education and research.
Responsibility to provide healthcare as the basic human right
Excellence in quality of service delivery, and Indiscrimination in health delivery methods
Dignity of patients and employees, and passion to serve, bring smiles and change lives
Integrity in day to day activities, loyalty and commitment to self and the cause of SKHCS
SKHCS HOSPITAL PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Initiated by a group Ali Mumtaz Langah along with a group of professionals with the support of some philanthropists, SKHCS Hospital’s foundation stone was laid down on June 7 , 2019 with a purpose to provide indiscriminate, quality healthcare to all in a state-of-the-art, paperless, 100-bed hospital located between Sindh Baluchistan province, a remote are as well as one of the most under-served area in the entire Country– Shahdadkot.
Shahdadkot is the most populated (approx. 450,000 people) and largest town of Qambar Shahdadkot District of Sindh, Pakistan. It is located around 44 kilometres northwest of Larkana and 32 kilometers north of Qambar. It is situated near Sindh-Baluchistan border and the town is in close proximity to three districts of Balochistan namely Khuzdar, Jhal Magsi and Jaffarabad in the west and north of the district.
Project shall be developed gradually step by step through the following phases:
– Phase 1 – Free OPD Services
Initially shall be run by the volunteer Doctors – ( Note: real humans with golden heart- who intend to give back to their community, their city and ultimately their own people ) – real success & sustainable success would be with the involvement of locals
⁃ Phase II Free Pathology/ Lab services
It is a key to provide free pathology and lab services to the most underprivileged segment of society to understand their health conditions in terms of diagnosis and needs.
⁃ Phase III Free Admission / Indoor Service (general wards & family rooms).
Many people specially coming from the remote villages and smaller communities can not afford indoor services. Hence this will be a great addition to help to accommodate the patients who require longer treatments.
⁃ Specialized Departments: in the partnership with the NICVD, SUIT, TDC
Through the collaborative approach with well reputed and respected institutes such as NICVD, SUIT and TDC , specialized departments shall be established and services shall be offered to residents locally to meet the need of patients with special health conditions.
⁃ Phase IV Nursing residence
Details under review and shall be released after the completion of phase III.
⁃ Phase V Doctors residence
⁃ Phase VI Utility Services: Mosque, Parks & playground, School etc.
Details under review and shall be released after the completion of phase V.
⁃ Phase VII Training & Nursing college
Details under review and shall be released after the completion of phase VI.
⁃ Phase VIII Medical School / University
Details under review and shall be released after the completion of phase VII.
Land: Project land fully donated by Ali Mumtaz Langah. Note: Currently 8 Acres of prime land in the Heart of City has been allocated (approx. cost: Half million US Dollars/ or in Pak Rupees: 12 crores/ one acres = 1.5 crores).
Building Cost: The cost of the hospital building shall be generated through the donations, national/ international organisations, and fund-raising events (local and international). Initially, a building cost approx.: one million UD Dollars will be needed, and it will be generated a period of 3 to 5 years. Note: After the completing of Phase I, funds shall be raised to complete the construction of remaining phases.
Operation and Management:
Team of Volunteers and paid employees. It will be a non-commercial hospital, governed by the Indus Education Foundation and run under the supervision of health practitioners appointed by IEF.
ABOUT INDUS EDUCATION FOUNDATION (IEF) INTERNATIONAL, UK
Indus Education Foundation was found in 2006 with early the idea to increase the literacy rate in Sindh province of Pakistan however during the last 14 years. It has raised about 5000 enrolments in Matiari district of Sindh.
It has recently established its unit in the United Kingdom to raise funds for out of school children in Asia, Europe and Africa but especially for Pakistan’s Sindh province. This unit is new but has long planning to have a memorandum of understanding with different countries and their development sector.
Presently IEF is establishing a project of 100 schools in Sindh province in coordination with Qatar Foundation, Sindh Government and Sindh Doctors Association, UK. By implementing this project, IEF will enrol 30,000 children in three years. These schools are looked after by three different organisations named as Sindh Development Association, Green Tree organisation and IEF Sindh. These schools will be opened and mobilised in Matiari, Sanghar and Badin districts.
IEF is mobilising the communities of the world to think about educating our next generation so that they can save this world from poverty, terrorism and illiteracy.
To empower disadvantaged communities towards social change by creating and facilitating new approaches to learning and education. In addition, get involved to build free of charge, replicable healthcare facility accessible to all segments of the society
To send out of school children to school and provide them with high quality education in rural Sindh. Additionally, increase the focus on creating an excellence-driven, comprehensive, compassionate, free of charge and replicable healthcare system accessible to all.
For more details, please visit: http://iefuk.org/