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01 Dec

Training boost for the Punjab

The Sarwar Foundation has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of the Punjab’s Technical & Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) – the largest skill training provider in Pakistan – agreeing to the provision of technical assistance across a wide range of technical education and vocational training courses. The MoU outlines that the Sarwar Foundation will work with TEVTA to assist in the training of staff as well as developing the education and training curriculum. The Sarwar Foundation will...

25 Nov

New water filtration plant in Sheikhupura

The Vice-Chair of the Sarwar Foundation, Perveen Sarwar, has inaugurated a new water filtration plant in the Mahmunwali district of Sheikhupura. The water filtration plant, which will provide clean water to thousands of people in the district, was provided through the Sarwar Foundation’s Clean Water initiative. Most Pakistanis do not have access to clean drinking water and over 50% of patients admitted to hospitals and 30% of deaths nationwide are linked to water borne diseases. To tackle this The Sarwar Foundation...

19 Nov

Hepatitis screening at Lahore Airport

The Sarwar Foundation offered free Hepatitis screening to security, ground and cleaning staff at Lahore Airport earlier this month. In conjunction with 12 other health-focused organisations, the Sarwar Foundation is working collectively across the Punjab and Pakistan to end Hepatitis. Pakistan has the world’s second highest rate of individuals afflicted with Hepatitis C, with 5% of the population infected. That’s over 8 million Pakistani people living with Hepatitis C. There is also a severe Hepatitis B epidemic, with...

07 Nov

Breast Cancer Awareness campaign

The Sarwar Foundation has been running a breast cancer awareness campaign in Pakistan. The country has one of the highest rates of breast cancer, with 40,000 people dying every year. The Foundation has been working to raise awareness of the importance of self-examination. Vice-chair Perveen Sarwar held a campaign stall at Lahore Polo Club in October. ...

12 Aug

New facilities opened

Patron and Founder Mohammad Sarwar visited the Sarwar Foundation Rai Ali Nawaz Hospital in Chichawatni and inaugurated a water filtration plant in the hospital, visited different departments and chaired a board meeting. “Clean water is the world’s first and foremost medicine,” he said. Founder and Patron H.E Ch M Sarwar visited Sarwar Foundation Rai Ali Nawaz Hospital Chichawatni and inaugurated a water filtration plant in the hospital, visited different depts and chaired board meeting. “Clean Water is the world's first...

28 Jul

World Hepatitis Day

The Sarwar Foundation has marked World Hepatitis Day, which tackles one of the biggest global health threats of our time. The Foundation runs free medical camps where people in Pakistan can be tested. Vice Chair Perveen Sarwar addressed a seminar on Hepatitis in Jinnah Hospital, Lahore, and founder Mohammed Sarwar visited the hospital to see how the Foundation is saving lives. Perveen said: “My heart goes out to all those who are suffering from Hepatitis. People have been neglected for decades.”

16 Jul

Working with the Sheik Gohar Ejaz Trust to tackle ill-health

Hepatitis has become an epidemic in Pakistan, with around 20 per cent of the population affected. Contaminated water is a major health concern, which is why we are building clean water plants across the Punjab. We have also teamed up with the Sheik Gohar Ejaz Trust at Jinnah Hospital. The Trust has adopted a wing of the hospital to provide free dialysis. Find out more in this video: Fatima Jinnah Hospital LHR. Neglected for decadesSarwar Foundation & Gohar Ejaz Trust will work...

11 Jul

The forgotten people of Pakistan

Two free health camps have been arranged by the Sarwar Foundation in Badami Bagh Lahore. Water borne diseases have become common as families can’t afford basic medicine. Over 700 patients were treated at the camps. Vice Chair Perveen Sarwar said: “It’s unbelievable that in the 21st century, women and children still suffer from water borne diseases. “Healthcare has never been a priority and it’s always the poorest who suffer. These are the forgotten people, who struggle every day with poor...

30 Jun

Clean drinking water in Punjab

The majority of Pakistanis do not have access to clean drinking water. Over 50% of patients admitted to hospitals & 30% of deaths nationwide are linked to water borne diseases. The Sarwar Foundation is installing water filtration plants in various districts of Punjab including all jails and police lines across Pakistan. Clean drinking water is now available to 1.8million people in Punjab. Clean drinking water now available to over 1.8 million people in Punjab.People are forced to drink water from where animals drink as...

20 Jun

Hepatitis screning

The Sarwar Foundation conducted hepatitis screening test in the Directorate of Intelligence an Investigation – Inland Revenue – in Faisalabad.  #Hepatitis is one of the leading causes of death in Pakistan and across the world. The #SarwarFoundation aims to teach people about the condition, conducting screening tests in under-developed communities, and providing people with an opportunity to get themselves treated. Hepatitis can be eradicated with a dedicated effort, with communities working hand-in-hand with the government.Out of 122 people screened, two were diagnosed...