Pakistan

Ongoing mission

MedGlobal's Response

  • Sent a team of 16 medical professionals to provide training in Helping Babies Breathe, Adult and Antenatal Ultrasound, & Empathy Training
  • Over 100 participants trained and 400+ participants attended Empathy training workshop
  • $35,000 of training equipment donated
  • In Partnership with Indus Health Network
  • Upcoming missions in Spring and Fall of 2020

PAKISTAN

MEDICAL MISSION, NOVEMBER 2019

Pakistan ranks in the top 10% of countries with the worst infant mortality rates worldwide.  Less than 50% of women receive the recommended minimum antenatal care of at least 4 visits during pregnancy.  MedGlobal teamed up with the Indus Health Network, a not-for-profit organization in Pakistan which provides free healthcare that is accessible to all. 

MedGlobal focused on creating an education and training program teaching state-of-the-art Portable Ultrasound to physicians, nurses, and midwives.  To address the high infant mortality rate, we taught over 100 participants Helping babies Breathe, a course in which birth attendants develop skills they can utilize within the first minutes of life, including identification of a baby in danger and administration of life-saving measures. These local master trainers have gone on to teach multiple courses locally, further building capacity in rural areas.  Finally, we developed our first Empathy and Compassion Training course where over 500 trainees attended.

Volunteer

MedGlobal is looking for trainers to join volunteer teams headed to Pakistan in 2020.

Specialties:

• Adult Ultrasound POCUS trainers
• Helping Babies Breathe Master Trainers
• Basic Life Support (BLS) certified instructors
• Background in Empathy Training

We need your help!

MedGlobal needs your continued support to help provide high quality medical care for the most underserved communities around the world.

Your donations will plant a smile on a child, relieve the pain of a woman, reduce the stress of an elder, and help support those who have already suffered so much to breathe a little easier.

MedGlobal is secure.
256-bit SSL encryption is protecting all of your digital transactions.

We are able to serve and support communities because of the support from our partners