Pakistan’s infant mortality rate is 65 per 1000 live births which is very high. Every year thousands of lives are lost due to the non-availability of proper medical care. In Karachi’s peripheries, medical facilities are either limited or non-existent. Most of the residents of these areas either have to travel long distances to get treatment in government medical hospitals, which are over-occupied, or go to private hospitals the fees of which they cannot afford.
Reaching out and touching the hearts of those in need. Ensuring a healthier tomorrow, building on our relationship of faith and trust with over 61,000 patients. Strengthening our foundation of health and humanitarian supports since 2007 over 695,000 patients, continue to entrust us with their lives.
LKMWT, aims to address the issue of limited access to primary healthcare for much of Karachi’s population. In 2007, with a mission to provide low-cost quality healthcare services in under-privileged areas, LKMWT opened its first Medi-Health Clinic in Shah Faisal Colony, with clinics in Malir and Bin Qasim Town later adding to the purpose, making it more meaningful, each passing day.
To create the means for providing medical assistance to the sick in underprivileged communities, most of the Medi-Health Clinics are being built where people can not avail health facilities due to poverty and underdevelopment.
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