The Global Fund acknowledges Indus Hospital & Health Network (IHHN) for its unwavering and remarkable commitment to ensuring communities devastated by the flash floods of 2022 in Sindh, Pakistan have access to lifesaving and urgently needed healthcare. Continuing IHHN’s noble drive to serve with unmatched compassion and dedication is Fazila, a 25-year-old midwife, working in one of IHHN’s many mobile health units for flood-hit communities.
Supported by the Global Fund, IHHN’s mobile clinics have been empowering flood-affected communities with essential awareness and health services to combat the outbreak of malaria, which is rampant following climate change-fueled floods.
IHHN has demonstrated time and time again its commitment to bringing healthcare and relief to the lives of those who need it the most. Watch now, and learn more about how IHHN is serving flood-affected communities vulnerable to malaria with crucially needed preventative and curative healthcare services.