Lack of access to quality health services
Pakistan lacks any reputable
health care system.
In urban Pakistan, there is a
shortage of medical staff, even
in local hospitals.
Rural Pakistan has little to no
access to medical services.
This presents a barrier:
Those in need of medical service cannot reach aid.
of 182 million people
live in rural areas.
doctors to every
A web-based application where volunteer knowledge
workers efficiently connect patients to specialists.
assistance when medical
access is limited.
patients to available
How it works
The patient finds an ambassador
to record his/her medical info,
as well as their symptoms.
The information is stored in the
cloud-based database and
ambassadors can manage
Based on the profiles, the
ambassador receives a list of
specialists for one-on-one
consultation when their
patients need help.
❏A responsive, cross-platform web app.
❏Directory of medical staff across the globe.
❏Chat-based communication between doctors and ambassadors.
❏Confidential storage of patient information.
❏Intelligent system for matching specialists to their patients.
Recruiting International Communities
Doctors Without Borders
American Medical Association
Medical Reserve Corps
Universities Welfare orgs Neighborhoods
Recruiting national volunteers
Organizations such as
CARE Pakistan has a
network of workers and
Growing numbers of
internet usage and
literacy rates empower
local people to serve
Pakistan’s mobile market is trending.
66.8 percent of the Pakistani population
used mobile devices in 2012.
13% 23% 31%
Jan. 2013 Jan. 2014 Jan. 2015
Smartphone market share from 2013 to 2015:
Internet usage increase: