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Affordable healthcare for rural Pakistan

  • UMHT’s PCP Certification is Successfully Renewed!

    We are happy to share that UM Healthcare Trust’s PCP certification has been successfully renewed! Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy’s certification programme is the first of its kind in South Asia aimed at bringing accountability, transparency, and good governance in the non-profit sector in Pakistan. The certification evaluates non-profit organizations on standardized measures ...

  • Jaroka wins ISIF Asia Award!

                               We are excited to share that " Jaroka Tele-Healthcare for rural Pakistan"  has won the prestigious ISIF award 2015  all over Asia under the Innovation on learning and localization category. Jaroka model utilizes internet and mobile platform to extend tele-healthcare services in rural Pakistan. This includes voice, Short Text ...

  • VOTE… You Click and Jaroka wins !

    Wohoooo……………. ! We are delighted and excited to share that our project, ” Jaroka Mobile based Tele-Healthcare“, which aims to use innovative technologies including web and mobile technologies in extending healthcare services to hard to reach areas, has been won ISIF Asia Awards 2015.  Now we are nominated for additional Community ...

  • Death Anniversary of Mrs. Umrana Mumtaz- The visionary behind the hospital

    The people of the rural areas near Mardan had to travel miles to get to a hospital. Apart from the distance, the transport cost and the loss of a day’s wages were significant hurdles for the locals. Even after managing to get to a hospital, often their turn never came ...

  • International Youth Day- The Pakistani Potential

    12th August is celebrated as International Youth Day in order to raise awareness about the various issues the youth faces all around the world. This need for awareness is much more significant for a young country like Pakistan with a 60-64% under-29 population. With such a large youth bulge, Pakistan ...

  • Welcome To Our Team

    We are excited to welcome Ms.Sarah Rathore as our new Program Coordinator at UM Healthcare Trust.  Ms. Sarah is a development worker with a background in Clinical Psychology with experience in providing mental health services and conducting social research. She did her Masters in Psychology from Quaid-i-Azam University and MS in ...

Disease Trends For July 2016

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In the month of July 2016, a total of 1447 patients were treated. Off which 256  (17.69%) were male , 617 (42.64%) were Female  while 574(39.67%)  were children.

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Disease Trends For June 2016

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In the month of June 2016, a total of 1643  patients were treated. Off which 296  (18.01%) were male , 680 (41.38%) were Female  while 667 (40.59%)  were children. Fever NYD is on the peak. Second largest diseases in the list is Gastroenteritis. Gastroenteritis is  inflammation of the stomach and intestines, ...

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Disease Trends For May 2016

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  In the month of May 2016, a total of 2165  patients were treated. Off which 370  (17.09%) were male , 970 (44.80%) were Female  while 825 (38.10%)  were children.

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Disease Trends For April 2016

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In the month of April 2016, a total of 1913  patients were treated. Off which 337  (17.61%) were male , 898 (46.94%) were Female  while 678 (35.44%)  were children.

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The Old and Wrinkled Little Boy….

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Then finally when Sanaullah’s health was deteriorating rapidly, with his skin wrinkling around his belly fat, difficulty in breathing and he was just a weak body of bones with very little fat. His mother brought him to the UM Healthcare Trust Hospital for his treatment and to find out what ...

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Disease Trend For March 2016

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In the month of March 2016, a total of 1643  patients were treated. Off which 283  (17.22%) were male , 766 (46.62%) were Female  while 594 (36.15%)  were children.

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Disease Trend For February 2016

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In the month of February 2016, a total of 1645  patients were treated. Off which  299 (18.17%) were male , 731  (44.43%) were Female  while 615  (37.38%) were children.

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Disease Trends For January 2016

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In the month of January 2016, a total of 1383  patients were treated. Off which  278  (20.10%) were male , 539  (38.97%) were Female  while 566  (40.92%) were children.

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Disease Trends For December 2015

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In the month of December 2015, a total of 1651 patients were treated. Off which  329  (19.92%) were male , 619  (37.49%) were Female  while 703  (42.58%) were children.  

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Disease Trends For November 2015

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In the month of November 2015, a total of 1539 patients were treated. Off which  297 (19.30%) were male , 570  (37.03%) were Female  while 672 (43.66%) were children.

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