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The Health

The Health

Family UPHAR Himayat All Religion Foundation

Dear People

NGO Uphar Foundation is arranging healthcare facilities for people living under reduced circumstances in impoverished communities. Our team has deployed medical volunteers in diverse areas. They are responsible for overseeing the management of funds, performing routine health checkups to assess the health status of people living in marginalized communities, conducting health awareness programs, and offering sanitation products as well.

NGO Uphar Foundation interventions in the health sector work to improve access to quality health services for the poor and marginalized communities. By identifying the root causes of healthcare challenges, NGO Uphar Foundation works at the individual, community and systemic levels to develop innovative solutions and help implement quality healthcare services. The work with community groups, collaborative work with government and civil society organizations include cross-cutting strategies to improve the health and nutrition status of the poorest and excluded groups, particularly women and children.

The various areas of healthcare system delivery addressed by NGO Uphar Foundation projects include improving the quality of services for maternal and reproductive health, child health and nutrition, and early identification and treatment of communicable diseases such Tuberculosis (TB), Kala Azar, pneumonia, diarrhea and HIV. To increase the uptake of services, besides the supply-side interventions, many projects work with communities and groups of mothers to break social barriers by engaging men and other key decision makers in rural households. The aim of the health interventions is to strengthen and promote comprehensive health for women and girls, and create a positive and enabling environment for accessing quality healthcare services.