Karachi, Pakistan November 18, 2019 Indus Health Network (IHN) is making a humanitarian alliance with the MedGlobal. MedGlobal is a USA-based group of physicians who are working to address the health needs of the most vulnerable communities across the world. It responds to the humanitarian crises by partnering with communities to provide innovative, sustainable,
The Indus Health Network in collaboration with MedGlobal is rolling out Point Of Care (Butterfly) Ultrasounds to its remote Primary Care Facilities across Pakistan. This revolutionary technology allows vulnerable communities in rural Pakistan to access ultrasound examination facility in real time. Early identification of abnormalities will allow for early treatment
The Misk Global Forum was held in Riyadh from the 12th-14th November, 2019. It serves to bring together young leaders, creators and thinkers together with established global innovators to explore, experience and experiment with ways to address the global challenges of the World. This forum is a flagship global platform of Misk Foundation, a non-profit
World Hearing Day is an advocacy event celebrated on 3 March each year. The aim of this day is to raise awareness regarding hearing loss, and to promote ear and hearing care at national and community levels across the world. Every year, this day addresses a specific theme, and to reflect this, activities are carried out by World Health Organization (WHO) and its partners.
Karachi, Pakistan November 4, 2019 The 51st International Society of Pediatric Oncology Congress held in Lyon, France. The four-day congress was held from October 23 – 26, 2019. This year the theme was ‘no child should die of cancer’. The annual congress is meant for the healthcare providers and it offers a platform for people working in the Pediatric
The Indus Health Network (IHN) in collaboration with Interactive Research and development continues to implement innovative initiatives in Pakistan to reduce the burden of TB. IHN is the principal recipient for the MDR-TB – a grant awarded by The Global Fund for Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Through the grant Zero TB initiatives in Karachi and Peshawar are being