PROVIDING HEALTHCARE TO THE LESS FORTUNATE
Humanity Auxilium has been conducting a variety of initiatives that pertain to medical and health under this umbrella.Our approach to this cause is very much about how to make the biggest impact and make the best use of the resources we have available.Our president Dr. Fozia herself leads and overlooks this initiative.
IMAN HOSPITAL – 2018
The Iman Hospital, built by ICNA Relief Canada is a nonprofit maternity hospital that finished its construction phase and began operating at the beginning 2018. This hospital serves the rural area of Talagang in Pakistan. This state of the art facility offers modern equipment and a very comprehensive set of tools to better equip the medical staff. It has a bed capacity of 55 and has 2 Operating rooms. The hospital is a nonprofit entity and requires ongoing operational support.
ROHINGYA MEDICAL CAMP
Humanity Auxilium’s founder, Dr. Fozia Alvi went to Rohingya Camps in Bangladesh to commit to a medical assessment of the population there. The prepared report was presented to a consortium of NGOs operating and helping the Rohingya camp to lay out a plan that would address the medical needs of the population. Dr. Fozia has conducted multiple interviews outlining her journey to the camps.
COVID-19 Relief Outreach
In the face of the COVID-19 global pandemic, now more than ever before, we need empathy and compassion. This is why at Humanity Auxilium, we’ve launched Outreach Teams in partnership with Bangladesh Health Sector and the Turkish Red Crescent in the Rohingya Refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.Our teams on the ground consist of community health workers, nurses and physicians who assess the Rohingya population in their own shelter and provide medication and sanitation kits to those who are suspected of having COVID-19.