Help Save Lives During Ramadan by Supporting Free Medical Camps for the Less Fortunate

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How painful is it to not be able save a loved one from a treatable illness,

 

Simply because one lacks financial access to healthcare.

It’s unjust to blame people for their poverty, especially when healthcare should be a fundamental right for every living being.

 

In Karachi’s slums, many people make far less than $50 per month, according to surveys.

 

To put that into perspective, an average person in many countries spends over $100 A DAY…

Support 10 Patients:

Help bring doctors, treatments, and medicines to 10 patients by donating $100.

Support 25 Patients:

Support free consultations, treatments, and medicines for 25 patients by donating $250.

Support 50 Patients:

Donate $500 to provide free medical treatments, consultations, and medicines to 50 patients.

Nisar & Sadia’s case might help you see how things look like for them:

Sadia, 34-year-old woman, lives with her husband, Nisar, in slums on the outskirts of Karachi 

 

Nisar works as a fisherman 

 

Last year, during Ramadan, Nisar faced a distressing situation when Sadia suffered from an eye infection which kept worsening. 

 

Nisar sought support, but their relatives and neighbors lacked the financial resources to lend a hand,  

 

…all held back by the unforgiving ropes of poverty. Sadia’s pain kept increasing every day.  

 

The closest clinic stood miles away, and Nisar could not afford to take her to any hospital or clinic. 

 

The sun shone differently for Sadia when they heard about a free medical camp in the vicinity.

 

Sadia was one of the first ones to arrive at the camp. 

 

A doctor at the medical camp diagnosed it easily and prescribed medicines. She got the medicines from the same camp’s pharmacy for free. 

 

That one day helped her get back to her life and family.

Sadia had a very small disorder which was so easily treatable.
 
It is the inability to access healthcare which keeps so many people helpless and in pain for longer than needed.

Eclipsed by our own privilege and comfortable lives, we often don’t realize how difficult life is for some people. 

 

 

Even during Ramadan, when most of us are celebrating the blessings of the beautiful month, there are people struggling to keep their loved ones alive.

Many of them have to make the difficult choice between keeping their bellies full, or getting medical help. 

For them, it may never be both. 

It is incredibly easy to get sick, 

But it is almost impossible to seek treatment.

Severe financial limitations make them put health on a backseat and worry about food first. 

 

These people are powerless against fate. 

 

They are desperate for support. 

 

A simple helping hand could ensure their loved ones live to celebrate many more Ramadans together.

What’s Needed?

When challenges arise, our natural instinct is to seek solutions…

 

Yet, there’s a heartbreaking reality:  

 

No one can go knocking on doors, checking on the well-being of families struggling beneath the poverty line.  

 

We know there are countless people who are suffering and need our help, but we never know who they are.

Millions of people, living below the poverty line, need access to:

Medical Camp Initiatives in Slums and Other Underprivileged Areas

Free medical camps function as both short-term and enduring solutions.  

 

These camps aid people who lack the financial means for medical assistance by:

Our Medical Camps So Far:

Dadu, Sindh in September, 2022. 1300 patients.

Larkana, Sindh in September 2022. 1200 patients.

Second camp at Larkana, Sindh in September 2022. 

1500 patients.

Chak 21 and 22, Sanghar, Sindh in September 2022. 

250 patients.

Shikarpur, Sindh in October, 2022. 210 patients.

Kalat-Kateli, Balochistan in 

October 2022. 

710 patients.

Veterinary camp at Kalat-Kateli, Balochistan in October 2022. 

500 animals.

Suraei village, Thar, Sindh in December 2022. 

420 patients.

Bello village, Thar, Sindh in December 2022.

515 patients.

Orangi Town, Karachi in May, 2023 75 patients.

Manora, Karachi in July, 2023.

325 patients.

Kalat, Balochistan in 

September, 2023. 

1320 patients.

Shah Faisal Colony, Karachi 

in October, 2023 

258 patients.

Goth Alamabad, Sanghar in 

November, 2023. 

440 patients.

Some Patients From Previous Camps:

Who Are We?

GiveCase is a nonprofit crowdfunding platform by Ek Plate Biryani – a nonprofit organization registered in Canada.

 

The aim is to provide medical assistance to verified cases by helping them with medicines, consultations, diagnostic tests, and treatments.

 

Under the banner of Ek Plate Biryani, we have done the following projects:

So far, we have served fresh ready-to-eat meals to about 1 million people

Our team regularly provides monthly food rations to white collar families discreetly

We sponsor school lunches for 170+ kids every day at two campuses of a street school in Karachi, Pakistan

We are running a skills development center to teach digital and industrial skills to the youth near a huge slum community in Karachi, Pakistan

Our team is helping install hand pumps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, for the Rohingya community; so far, we have helped 15,000+ from the Rohingya 

With our donors support, we provide clothing and shoes to kids in slums on regular basis

We also provide wheelchairs to the disabled underprivileged individuals

Across the water-deprived desert of Thar, Pakistan, we have installed 455 deep-well hand pumps

All of the above projects fall under Ek Plate Biryani. 

 

While working with the less fortunate people, we realized that there are people who need a lot of support for their health, and nothing matter if the person does not have health.

 

To offer this support, we started GiveCase.

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Save A Life Today

No one can enjoy food or even weather when they are sick. Children who are sick cannot perform well in school; and when adults are sick, they often cannot support their children’s education.

Health is one of the most important blessings in life.

The aim of these medical camps is to allow everyone access to healthcare – regardless of their socioeconomic status.

Everyone deserves a right to health.

Your support can change their lives, improve their
quality of lives, and help bring peace and
happiness to a household.

Support 10 Patients:

Help bring doctors, treatments, and medicines to 10 patients by donating $100.

Support 25 Patients:

Support free consultations, treatments, and medicines for 25 patients by donating $250.

Support 50 Patients:

Donate $500 to provide free medical treatments, consultations, and medicines to 50 patients.

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