National Academy of Young Scientists (NAYS) is going to initiate a major project to provide health service in farsighted areas, which are lacking even the basic health facilities. Pakistan is one of underdeveloped countries. Literacy rate is also very low, and people don’t know much about health care and hygiene especially, because of this mortality rate is comparatively high here. That’s why we are starting this project to facilitate awareness among the residents of Pakistan especially among poor and training them to enable themselves to overcome etiological factors of diseases without specifically presence of medical professionals, leading towards a healthy environment dwelled by healthy people.
Our main objective is to promote free medical camp all over the rural areas of Pakistan and to promote awareness among their inhabitants about all aspects of basic health problems and to educate them about preventive methods and how they can improve their hygiene.
About project coordinator:
Dr. Alvina Zaineb (MBBS)
Dr. Alvina basically belongs to Lahore. She has done her MBBS from Fatima Jinnah Medical College with distinction. She has been a very bright student throughout her academic years, and received many gold and silver medals. She was interested from beginning in science and social work and wanted to see her country as prosperous and growing which would be possible by making basic health, educational and food facilities accessible to people. Thus, she wants to contribute in this entire phenomenon by providing health facilities to commoners and laymen. That’s why she joined NAYS, and wrote a booklet on Hepatitis B and C, and a complete book on hepatitis B in Urdu for awareness of public.
Dr. Alvina Zaineb
Call for Volunteers
Those who are interested to join this project please open the link, fill and submit the form