NGOs and Charities working for Ambulance services
Below is a list of NGOs, charities and non-profits working on providing Free or subsidized ambulance services for transfer of patients to hospitals within city and to remote locations. They act as an adjunct to government services..
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JDC is a relatively new NGO in Pakistan, however due to its exemplary services, it has quickly grown into a large organization. Its services include health centers, education, vocational training, disaster recovery, orphanages, free food distribution etc.
Chhipa Welfare Association is a Karachi-based NGO. Its charity work includes ambulance service, free food distribution, morgue services, orphanages, and others. Chhipa Ambulance is one of the largest networks of ambulance services in Pakistan.
Edhi Ambulance is the oldest and one of the biggest ambulance service in the world. It is operated by the Edhi Foundation as a charity and non-profit service.
Sukh Initiative provides access to contraception for families by raising awareness, and giving them more options. Its services include healthcare for mothers and children, extended care paramedic ECP and ambulance services in Karachi. (Aman Ambulance).
The Rescue 1122 ambulance (Punjab Emergency Service) is one of the largest ambulance service in Pakistan. Its services include, extended care paramedic ECP, fire service, motorbike rescue service, water rescue, animal rescue & community safety.
It is one of the largest crowdfunding platforms in the healthcare sector of Pakistan. Transparent Hands provide free of cost healthcare services in Pakistan to needy people & arrange medical camps for the underprivileged community.
Women Being Welfare Organization is an NGO working in Karachi for hunger & food insecurity. They also have ambulance services in Karachi.
The purpose of the organization is to provide education, training, shelters, ambulance service, rehabilitation service and social and financial self-sufficiency to the disabled people in the most remote areas of Pakistan.