Many of the founding members involved with our projects were born in the town that our health clinic is currently built in. We experienced living in a remote rural area of Punjab where necessities such as clean water, heating systems in winter, educational facilities such as schools, amongst others, were not readily accessible. Furthermore, healthcare infrastructure was minimal and residents had to travel to nearby cities to access adequate medical facilities. Now, with most of us enjoying the privileges that a developed country provides, we want to provide the residents of the same rural area with those very basic necessities that are still lacking to this day. We are committed to ensuring that all operations of the clinic and the associated projects do not charge the residents any amount for the lifetime of our project.
Seeds for Sahara is a family run non-profit organization which serves to provide free quality care to impoverished rural communities within the town of Sadwal Kalan, located in the Punjab province of Pakistan.
Sanitary Water Supply
S4S aspires to continue supplying clean and pure water to local families of inaccessible villages in Pakistan. To this day, we have established systems of water reservoirs for over 200 families.
Our major initiative, the Assa clinic, provides cost-free medical services (e.g., evaluations and treatments) for patients afflicted by acute and chronic conditions while promoting preventative care and patient follow-ups. We presently care for about 1300 patients per month.
With this initiative, our goal is to promote great opportunities for those in need. With access to the right resources, people can become empowered by their own abilities and gain the confidence to fulfill their potential. Learn more about our work by getting in touch with our team today.
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