Sahara Serving Humanity in Remote Areas
Sahara Serving Humanity Overview
SAHARA for Life Trust (SLT), is not only a name, it is an appellation of trust for the inhabitants of remote areas of Pakistan. SLT carries a lot of accomplishments on its credits, “Sughra Shafi Medical Complex”, an emblem for Narowal has treated injured survivors from numerous unreported fatal incidents. Before highlighting previous successes, present efforts and future plans for the people’s welfare. it’s better to turn some pages from the past of SLT’s role as survivors for the deprived and marginalized population of Narowal and its suburbs. This narration of an event will mirror how SSMC’s doctors, professors along with paramedical staff are working day and night to serve humanity.
This incident took place, as a brother and sister were travailing to their farms on a bicycle and the bicycle fell accidentally. The brother noticed blood gushing out from his sister’s abdomen as the sickle (harvesting knife) penetrated into his sister’s body and wedged to her backbone. The boy rushed to the SSMC with his dying sister, where the doctors successfully saved her life by performing timely surgery and applying other medical procedures. This would not have been possible if an immediate and appropriate treatment had taken place at SSMC.
How do Sahara Doctors work in remote areas?
Sahara doctor’s teams who work in remote areas often face unique challenges in providing healthcare to communities that may be geographically isolated, have limited access to resources, or have specific cultural or linguistic needs. Despite these challenges, Sahara’s doctor’s teams working in remote areas play a vital role in ensuring that individuals living in these areas have access to high-quality healthcare.To facilitate their work in remote areas, Sahara doctor’s teams use a variety of strategies, such as:
Partnering with local organizations and community leaders to better understand the needs of the community and to ensure that the healthcare services provided are culturally appropriate and responsive to local needs.Using mobile clinics or other forms of outreach to bring healthcare services directly to the people who need them.Training and supporting local healthcare providers, such as community health workers, to help deliver healthcare services in the community. Working with local authorities and other partners to improve infrastructure and transportation systems to make it easier for people to access healthcare services.Overall, Sahara Doctor’s teams working in remote areas play a crucial role in ensuring that everyone has access to the healthcare they need, regardless of where they live.