In a developing country like Pakistan, lack of access to basic health care for every individual is one of the most important issues. Lack of basic health care is affecting the quality of life in various ways resulting in low and unhealthy manpower and sabotaging the country’s economy.
When poor patients and their families rush to hospitals for medical treatment, they cannot afford to pay for expensive healthcare services, as most of them face other financial challenges in life. Most of them do not have two meals a day to eat, they cannot send their children to school, some earn less than a job or a job such as managing expenses like house rent or bills.
We cannot wait to witness millions of premature deaths occurring before our eyes due to lack of healthcare. Such thoughts have propelled the charitable organizations to come forward with their expert workforce backed with technical logistics, to work for the vulnerable population of our country.
Though human lives weigh more than materialistic elements, it requires money to stay healthy. With the help of these organizations, the poor population is now able to receive the continuous healthcare care needed to live a healthy life.