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  • Emergency Response to Waziristan IDP’s: PEI provided Medical & Surgical Supplies/consumables and Equipment to 18 major health facilities of District Bannu. Patients load in different hospitals has increased both in emergency and OPDs, due to the influx of IDPs from North Waziristan. Mostly patients from the IDPs are suffering from heat stroke, infectious diseases and problems related to mother & child health. PEI once again withheld to its commitment by providing support to the concerned medical services.
  • Emergency Response in Thar, Tharparker: At the encouragement of KP Provincial Government, PEI donated 9 Water tanks (10,000 Liters each) to DC Thar for the storage of clean drinking water as a part of KP CM package to the Thar Relief. We do appreciate the cooperation of Dr. Nafisa Shah, Taj Haider, Senator Saeed Ghani and Senator Salim Mandviwala in this regard.
  • Emergency Response to Awaran(Baluchistan) Earth Quake.Medical & surgical supplies worth Rs.2 million had been sent for the peoples including emergency supplies. PEI team present and are providing 24hrs services in field especially in Orthopedics and Gynecology. We have mobilized two doctors at the DHQ Awaran Dr. Shafi Bizinjo Surgery/Orthopedics & Dr. Rahat Jabeen Gynecologist. Also our technicians will be arriving to install and fix the medical equipment which is not functional. PEI handed over small equipments, couches, wheelchairs, walkers, bandages, disinfection solutions, BP apparatus, essential medicines, and other medical & surgical supplies to the MS Dr. DHQ Awaran; he inspected the supplies and appreciated PEI support & the quality of branded staff.  PEI made an emergency health desk in District Hospital of Awaran, most hard hit area.
  • 2010 flood in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: The 2010 floods began in July 2010 after heavy monsoon rains affected the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, lower Punjab as well as parts of Baluchistan. An estimated more than 3,000 people have died with close to a million homes badly damaged or destroyed. The United Nations estimates over 20 million people are suffering and homeless including 8 million of children with over 160,000 square kilometers affected as a result of the flooding, exceeding the combined total of the affected of 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, the 2005 Kashmir earthquake and the 2010 Haiti earthquake. However, the death toll in each of those three disasters was much higher than the number of people killed so far in the floods. Around a fifth of Pakistan’s total land area was impacted by the flooding. So far as many as 5000,000 or more people have been displaced from their homes.
  • Basic Health Units (BHU) rehabilitation & medical camps: PEI has very got NOC of rehabilitating and running two Basic health units in district SWAT. PEI is in the process of taking over and rehabilitating more BHUs in the affected districts. We contributed medicines, equipment and man power to make the BHUs functional. PEI has recently rehabilitated three Basic Health Units funded by AMERICARE.
  • Strengthening Health Vertical Programs in Pakistan: PEI with provincial governments and donors working to fight many diseases, including HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and to make improvements in a number of health areas. As its national health program, PEI extended support to other associated projects to grow and strive hard to resource mobilization and political commitment at the national level in improving in response to MDR-TB, and increased awareness to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. These associated projects are strengthened in following;
  1. Strengthening Laboratories
  • Provide standardized treatment with supervision, and patient support
  1. Supply Chain Management
  • Ensure effective drug supply and management
  1. Community Mobilization and Awareness
    • Ensure early case detection, and diagnosis
    • Scale-up prevention and management of multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB)
    • Address the needs of Malaria, HIV, TB contacts, and of poor and vulnerable populations
  1. Infection Control
  • Strengthen infection control in health services, other congregate settings and households
  1. Capacity Building
    • Monitor and evaluate performance and impact
    • Scale-up collaborative Malaria, TB, HIV activities
  1. Advocacy
  • Secure political commitment, with adequate and sustained financing
  • Help improve health policies, human resource development, supplies, service delivery and information