For every 1000 babies that are born in Pakistan, 42 die at birth and, 62 die before their 5th birthday. 75% of these deaths are caused by preventable conditions including complications due to premature birth, labor, delivery, and infections.

From the moment a woman finds out that she is expecting, she begins dreaming of a life with many happy times to follow. The thought of holding a healthy baby after waiting for 9 months is an irreplaceable experience. Unfortunately, this dream is shattered for most mothers in Pakistan because of the lack of proper Maternal & Neonatal health facilities, putting the mother’s and baby’s life in danger.  

For more than a decade, the Indus Hospital & Health Network has been working tirelessly for improving Maternal & Neonatal health conditions in Pakistan and has played an important role in decreasing the nationwide maternal mortality rate from 276 deaths to an average of 186 deaths per 100,000 live births.


Women provided with family planning services


Child Birth C-Section


Child Birth Normal Delivery


“She is my second child, and I can’t tell you how happy I’m. I lost a child before her and it completely shattered me, I lost hope. But thanks to your support, I can experience motherhood again” a blissful mother

“They take care of you like you are one of their own. The attention, time, and consideration given to everyone here is better than what we get in expensive private hospitals. Thank you for making this possible” a father waiting to meet his daughter

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