We Currently Operate In The Following Countries:
Bangladesh | Pakistan | Tanzania | Yemen
Why Donate Towards a Healthcare Project?
Healthcare is a fundamental human right – yet millions of people around the world lack access to even the most basic treatments. Imagine seeing a loved one going through so much anguish and pain, yet not being able to comfort them with the assurance that their healthcare will be fully catered for.
As-Salaam Humanitarian Foundation’s healthcare programmes across the world are a lifeline for those who struggle to access medical care. Our work includes building new health clinics, as well as providing essential medicines and equipment to existing healthcare facilities. We are committed to equalising access to health services to build a fairer future for all. Your donations will help build health units, operate ambulance services, provide life-changing surgeries, and provide emergency medical aid in times of crisis.
In conflict zones like Yemen and Syria, we operate clinics and mobile medical units to provide lifesaving treatment and in countries like Pakistan and Bangladesh, we provide primary healthcare services to isolated rural communities. Can you be the reason for another human being to live? Support this great cause today.
World Health Organization
Areas with weak health infrastructure – mostly in developing countries – will be the least able to cope without assistance to prepare and respond.
How You Can Make A Difference
Mobile ClinicsDonate Now
Good health is such a blessing. We tend to take it for granted and only realise its value after it has gone. When health is taken away, good healthcare helps to restore it, thereby easing pain and suffering.
Many of the poorest people in the world do not have healthcare. They live too far away and there is no ambulance coming to their village. Those who need it most, the sick and elderly, struggle the most to get it and often, it’s too expensive.
We have a remedy to help those in need with mobile healthcare camps in locations without hospitals or clinics. Our health clinics offer free medical check-ups and prescribe medicines, referring the more serious matters to a hospital. Every health clinic has an incredible impact on the local community and is often the only place they can turn to when they are sick.
Medical EquipmentDonate Now
Our sister foundation (Cpt. Muazzam Ali Shaheed Welfare Foundation) provides free healthcare and medical treatment to the poor and needy through their state-of-the-art sixty-plus-bed hospital with modern facilities and cutting-edge professionals in a welcoming environment for all.
Since they have a list of 4,000 registered families and growing, there is a vital need for new, modern machinery and equipment. Without this, the hospital will not be able to provide this service for free to those who rely on and need it the most.
Again, our sister foundation (Cpt. Muazzam Ali Shaheed Welfare Foundation) offers a range of surgeries for those who need them the most. Some of what we offer include:
Dialysis – malnutrition due to a lack of food, unsafe water sources, stressful and impoverished living conditions, physical injury without treatment and more are all potential causes of kidney disease and kidney failure. Dialysis support is a lifesaving treatment for patients with kidney disease, by removing waste products and excess fluid from the blood when the kidneys have stopped working or aren’t working as they should.
Child birth – arguably the most emotional and challenging time for a female who dream for this moment to go to plan. We help soon to be mothers by providing them with a safe private bed space, qualified doctors and everything else to make sure their child is delivered.
Cataract RemovalDonate Now
Cataract removals are simple yet life-changing procedures which restore sight and can remove blindness almost instantly. And yet, many people around the world are living with blindness simply because they cannot afford the medical expense of treatment.
Bangladesh has one of the highest rates of untreated cataracts worldwide. Bangladesh’s Cataract Surgical Rate (CSR) was 200 surgeries per million in 2019. whereas Pakistan’s Cataract Surgical Rate (CSR) was 2,819 surgeries per million in 2014. This is why we selected Bangladesh and Pakistan, as these are amongst the epicentre of this pandemic.