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Relief activities of Pakistan Islamic Medical Association (PIMA)

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  • Presentation PAKISTAN ISLAMIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (PIMA)
  • Mission Statement• “To Seek the pleasure of Almighty Allah Through character building and service to mankind”•
  • Introduction• Non-profit making & Non- governmental• Registered with the Government of Pakistan• Members: Pakistani Muslim doctors registered with PMDC, those who agree with the manifesto of PIMA• Member of Federation of Islamic Medical Associations (FIMA)• Working in all aspects of medical profession to uphold the values & the principles of Islam
  • Objectives• To motivate doctors to play their role in the development of society on the basis and values of Islam.• To utilize the opportunities of doctors - patients relationship for propagation of the true message of Islam.• To provide opportunities for personality development of its members.• To play a positive and affective role to prevent medical ailments in the society.• To establish effective of appropriate health policy and medical education in the country.• To formulate plans for the execution of Medical Relief work
  • Organizational setup
  • PIMA members Members Units Punjab 1035 36 Sind 962 16 Khyber PK 563 22 Baluchistan 91 1 Azad Kashmir 154 7 Female Branch 300 - Students Branch 300 - Total 3,405 82
  • PIMA centerCentral President: Deputy SecretaryDr Misbah-ul-Aziz Prof M. Iqbal Khan(Eye specialist) (General Surgeon)Secretary General: Finance Secretary:Prof Sohail Akhtar Dr Muhammad Ashraf(Prof of Medicine) (Anesthetist)
  • PIMA projects1. Dawah-o-Tarbiat Dr. Fazal-e-Azeem2. Relief Dr. Muhammad Shafqat Javed3. Continuous Medical Education Dr. Hafiz Ijaz Ahmed4. Prevention of Blindness (POB) Dr. Intzar Hussain5. Female Branch Dr. Nusrat Iqbal6. Students Branch (Associate Members) Pro. Dr. Abdul Malik7. Peshawar Medical College Prof. Dr. Najib-ul-Haq8. Media Cell Dr. Muhammad Saleem Ghauri9. Tibbi Fiqhi Board Dr. Atta-ur-Rehman10. PIMA Secretariat Dr. Wali Muhammad Mujahid11. PIMA Membership Prof. Dr. Muhammad Tariq12. Doctors Problems Prof. Dr. Mohammad Iqbal Khan13. Health Awareness Prof. Abu Baker Shahid14. PIMA Publications Dr. Maqbool Ahmed Shahid15. Finance Dr. Muhammad Ashraf16. Mega Pharmaceutical Dr. Muhammad Tahir Azam17. Foreign Affairs & FIMA Dr. Tanveer-ul-Hassan Zubairi
  • Central Executive CouncilFor Strategic Planning• Punjab 11 members• Khyber PK 06 members• Sindh 05 members• Baluchistan 01 member• Azad Kashmir 01 member• Nominated 02 members• Ex presidents 00
  • Provincial presidents• Punjab Dr Arshed Munir Ahmed• Khyber P.K Dr Rahmat Ullah Oppal• Sindh Dr Abdul Aziz Memon• Baluchistan Dr Ghulam Dastigeer• Azad Kashmir Dr. Abdul Khalid Awan
  • Central Working CommitteeFor implementation of Planning• All Projects in charges are members of CWC• Total Projects: 17
  • PIMA Relief• Service to mankind without discrimination• Medical aid through hospitals, welfare clinics, free medical & Specialist camps• Services during disasters nationally and internationally
  • PIMA Relief National InternationalFlood 2010 Iran Earthquake 2003Hunza 2010 Indonesia Tsunami 2005Flood 2011 Bangladesh Tsunami 2007Dengue 2011 Gaza Relief 2007IDP’s 2009-11 Somalia Relief 2011Earthquake 2005 Turkey Earthquake 2011
  • PIMA ReliefStatic Units:• PIMA, Al-Hajri Hospital, Muzaffarabad• PIMA, Muslim Aid Hospital, MansehraCommunity based Activities: 2011• Hygiene Promotion Project in Sindh• FIMA MCH Mobile Hospital• Community Nutrition Project, Charsada• Free Medical Camps
  • PIMA ReliefFlood Relief 2011-12 • Patients: 85,628• Places: 7 • Estimated Medicine• Static Centers: 3 Cost: 15 Lac• Mobile Camps: 7 • Hygiene Kits: 500• Doctors: 25 • Water Coolers: 300 – Paid: 5 • Burners: 100 – Volunteers: 20
  • PIMA ReliefFlood Relief 2011-12• Health education• Circumcision camp at Tando Bago (35 children)• Distribution of 300 water coolers and Aqua tab• Distribution of 1000 Eid Gifts in the tents (Juice, Snakes, Toffees and biscuits)• Vaccination for Typhoid Fever to children• Struggle to evacuate stagnant water from Civil Hospital Mirpurkhas
  • Flood Relief 2011-12
  • PIMA ReliefQatar Red Crescent • Staff: 22• Centers: 02 – Male Doctors: 2 – Akri Chudgi – Lady doctors: 2 – Thari Mir Wah – Health Promoters: 2• Budget: 7,636,360 – Nurses: 4 – Other staff: 12• Duration: Six Month – Oct 2011 to April 2012• Patients: 34,000
  • Qatar Red Crescent
  • PIMA ReliefMercy Malaysia• 500 Hygiene Kits distributed in flood affectees in collaboration with Mercy Malaysia• Place: – Mirpurkhas: 250 – Badin: 250
  • PIMA ReliefDengue Relief• Established 60 bedded ward in Surayyah Azeem Hospital in collaboration with Al-Khidmat Foundation where 200 patients admitted with average 3 to 7 days during Aug/Sep• Dengue Seminar held in Lahore by local PIMA• Awareness brochures published in Urdu and English (5000 each)• PIMA published guidelines for Management of Dengue fever and haemorrhagic fever from Sri Lankan Health Ministry
  • Dengue Relief
  • PIMA ReliefSomalia Relief• Medical Mission: 1• Members: 3 – Dr. Irfan Ullah Malik – Dr. Muhammad Asim – Dr. Abdul Ghafoor• Duration: 28 days (September 2011)• Patients treated: 5600• In collaboration with FIMA
  • Somalia Relief
  • PIMA ReliefFlood Relief 2010 • Tents: 750• Patients treated: • Eid Gifts: 1,000 5,02,320 • Food Packets: 4,000• Doctors: 3,128 • Hygiene Kits: 1,500• Paramedics: 5,855 • Eye Operations: 1,844• Camps: 2,837 • Cash Distributions:• Volunteers: 7,671 5,20,000• Medicines: 25 Millions • Foreign Collaborations:• Ambulances: 35 13 organizations• Places: 30
  • Flood Relief 2010
  • PIMA ReliefIDP’s Relief 2011:• Medical Center: 2• Place: Ghazi Baig• Duration: Feb-March 2011 & September 2011• Patients treated: 3866 + 1300• Doctors: 2 + 2 (Male & Female)• Other Staff: 7 + 7• Services: Medicine, Ambulance service, Laboratory• UNICEF appreciated PIMA relief work for IDP’s
  • IDP’s Relief 2011
  • PIMA ReliefIDP’s Relief 2008-09:• PIMA was involved in medical relief service to the IDPS’ of Swat, Malakand, Waziristan and Mohmand Agency operation.• 17 medical camps were established and ambulance service was provided.• More than 1,32,000 patients were treated costing Rs. 1,50 00,000.• Needy patients were transferred to tertiary care centers in Peshawar and Rawalpindi.
  • IDP’s Relief 2008-09
  • PIMA ReliefPIMA-Al-Hajri Hospital, Muzaffarabd• was established in collaboration with Al-Khidmat Al-Hajri Al-Rabia Trust, followed by PIMA Field Hospital Muzaffarabad on 8th Oct. 2005• The 50 bedded indoor facility with OPD 24 hrs emergency service, surgery, OT, Obs&Gyn, Pediatrics and Diagnostic facilities(Lab, Ultrasound, and X-ray)• Total OPD = 201,844
  • PIMA- Al-Hajri Hospital
  • PIMA Relief April 2010 to January 2012OPD 59,109Admissions 3,001Operation (major) 394Operation (Minor) 840Normal deliveries 1,215X-ray 1,581Lab Test 21,489Ultrasound 6,637
  • PIMA ReliefPIMA-Muslim Aid Hospital, Mansehra• PIMA established a 25 bedded Hospital in Mansehra in collaboration with Muslim Aid, UK• This Hospital Provides state of the art health services to the local and regional population of this remote area since March 2011• Total OPD: 7,352
  • PIMA-Muslim Aid Hospital
  • PIMA Relief March to December 2011OPD 8,763Gyn. Patients 657Obstetrics Patients 753Normal deliveries 16X-ray 546Lab Test 5,448Ultrasound 806
  • Free Medical Camps
  • PIMA ReliefFree Medical Cams• Total Camps during 2011: 250• Doctors participated: 33• Patients examined: 43,500
  • PIMA Relief• Hygiene Promotion Sessions in Sindh Villages Households Sessions Participants 151 12,312 917 17,402• Material DistributionWater Aqua Soaps Disposable Clothes Plastic Fiber tab Glass Sheets Sheets11,475 10,200 11,935 4,500 105 800 292
  • Hygiene Promotion Project
  • PIMA ReliefCommunity Nutrition Project, Charsada• Partners: – PIMA Relief (Financial Support) – UNICEF (Nutritional supply) – Al-Khidmat Foundation (Logistic Support) – Prime Foundation (Technical Assistance, Monitoring and Evaluation, Training of the staff)• Duration: – 15th July 2011 to 15th Feb 2012• Budget: – Total project value: PKR 27,71,910 – PIMA’s contribution: PKR 21,92,910
  • PIMA ReliefCommunity Nutrition Project, Charsada• Project title: – Community Management of Acute Malnutrition in Flood Affected District of Charsada, KP, Pakistan• Mission: – All the partners agree to work together in partnership on this project to contribute towards the Community Management of Acute Malnutrition in Flood Affected District of Charsada, KP, Pakistan
  • PIMA ReliefCommunity Nutrition Project, Charsada• Sessions: 21 • Total Screening: – Schools sessions – Children: 1900 – Community sessions – Pregnant women: 1205Program Registered Follow UpsOTP 45 45SFP 300 300PLW 127 127
  • Community Nutrition Project
  • PIMA ReliefPIMA MCH Mobile Hospital – 2011• Places: 7• Patients: 22,000• Doctor. 01• Other staff: 04• Expenditures: 40 Lac
  • PIMA MCH Mobile Hospital
  • Past Relief Projects• Iran Earthquake 2003
  • Past Relief Projects• Tsunami Indonesia 2005
  • Past Relief Projects• Bangladesh Tsunami 2007
  • Past Relief Projects• Tsunami Indonesia 2005
  • Past Relief Projects• Gaza Relief 2007
  • Past Relief Projects• Gaza Relief 2007
  • Past Relief Projects• Gaza Relief 2007
  • Past Relief Projects• Gaza Relief 2007
  • AppealYour Donations todaycan save someone’s life.• Bank account information – Pakistan Islamic Medical Association – Account # 0100562825 – Branch Code 0308 – Meezan Bank, F-8 Markaz, Islamabad
  • Central SecretariatPIMA central secretariat• 12-Shalimar Centre, F-8 Markaz, Islamabad• Ph: 051-2261943• Fax: 051-2857132• Email: pima@dsl.net.pk, media.pima@gmail.com• Website: pima.org.pk
  • Jazaka Allah Khair