Islamic Relief worked with Response International to fund two mobile health clinics in Bagh District, providing health care to over 23,000 people in isolated rural areas.
To help hospitals cope with the huge influx of patients, we worked with International Health Partners (IHP) UK and the World Health Organisation to provide over £8 million of life-saving medicines and vaccines to health clinics and hospitals.
Throughout the past year, Islamic Relief has been providing health care for earthquake-affected communities in the remote Neelum Valley region.
Established in 2001, the Neelum Valley Health Clinic played a critical role after the earthquake when hundreds of people in need of urgent assistance were treated at IR’s clinic. Most of these patients had no other access to health care as landslides had cut the region off from the outside world.