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World Health Organization defines health as a “state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, not merely the absence of disease or infirmity” (WHO, 1947).

An understanding of health is the basis of all the health care. Health is not perceived the same way by all the members of a community including various professional groups and the health-seeking behaviour in the same community differs depending on many factors one of them is the socioeconomic state of the patient, Health has evolved over the centuries from the concept of individual concern to a worldwide social goal. The various changing concepts of health as follows:

  1. Biomedical concept
  2. Ecological concept
  3. Psychosocial concept
  4. Holistic concept

Our goal at Help The Needy (HTN) is to build a better, healthier future for people in need . Working through offices in more than 4 countries, HTN Secretariat staff work side by side with governments and other partners to ensure the highest attainable level of health for all people in need.

Together we strive to combat diseases. We help mothers and children survive and thrive so they can look forward to a healthy old age. We ensure the safety of the air people breathe, the food they eat, the water they drink – and the medicines

Targeted locations:

  • Iraq 17 projects
  • Pakistan 5 projects
  • Bangladesh 8 projects

Type of projects:

  • Surgical intervention programs
  • Rehabilitation of a health care centres
  • Primary Health Centre
  • Mobile Clinics
  • health awareness programs
  • Mobile Ambulances

Projects we proud of:

  • Surgical intervention in Iraq

Due to the difficult conditions experienced by the population of Iraq in general and the displaced, especially as a result of military operations that have been happening for more than three years and the lack of concern of the local government for the displaced the number of victims of nearly three and a half million displaced HTN provide  life saving Surgical intervention to fled injured people of Mosul and Anbar who do not have the cost of treatment benefiting more than 608 vulnerable people.

  • Medical mobile Clinics, Primary health care

In past and present, Help The Needy Charitable Trust has established Medical Clinics and Primary health care for the fled people of Mosul and Anbar in Iraq benefiting thousands of vulnerable people.

  • Eye Cataract Operations in Pakistan

Help The Needy Charitable Trust has established eye camps to different cities of Pakistan to screen 5050 patients, out of that 506 patients has received free cataract operation. This includes 265 women and 241 men.


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