You’ve Helped Raise…

Help Our Efforts To Provide Quality EDUCATION | HEALTH

 
 
     Facebook

 

History



“Health for All” is a very beautiful and motivating social slogan which is raised by the Governments and is seldom realized in its true manifestation and perspective. Acquisition of basic health care and facilities is a basic human right but governments always find difficult to provide health to everyone. Paucity of resources has always been taken as a hindrance in the way. Even Governments of developed countries like America is unable provide health facilities to everyone what to talk about the developing countries. Under the scenario the importance of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) has increased manifold as they are mostly engaged in social sector activities like provision of basic health care to a certain community / area / locality although it may be on a smaller scale. There are also some socio cultural berries, which do not allow government to deliver social services. Remote and hard areas remain out of the reach of the Government. NGOs have roots in the community and have edge to reach the communities in a better fashion. Governments encourage NGOs to help them out and like to join their hands with them for delivery of services.

With the above background, The Mukhtaran Rafiq Foundation was set up in May 2004 in response to the lack of free medical healthcare to those who cannot afford it. Our aim is to improve the availability of healthcare to the poor and needy, especially those who are from a non privileged background.

Mukhtaran Rafiq Foundation (MRF) independent, non-political, non-profitable and non-governmental social welfare voluntary organizations aimed at making a difference in the lives of people and make a world a better place to live in intends to establish a hospital in Canal Bank Scheme, Fateh Garh, Aziz Bhatti Town is located 15 km far from Lahore City.

The Mukhtaran Rafiq Foundation has a vision of providing free healthcare to those who cannot afford it. This will be achieved by starting at the grassroots to provide an excellent primary care service that prevents disease, promotes wellbeing and improves understanding of health.