Partnerships

March 7, 2017

“One of the main lessons I have learned during my five years as Secretary-General is that broad partnerships are the key to solving broad challenges. When governments, the United Nations, businesses, philanthropies and civil society work hand-in-hand, we can achieve great things” -Ban ki moon-UN Secretary General.

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Inclusive Health

January 30, 2007

CHEF International envision:  “Comprehensive and cost effective health care services for all with special emphasis on those living in poverty”. CHEF International has an extensive experience in health sector especially eye care, based on past experience enriched with success in establishing comprehensive eye care services, CHEF International is focusing in other areas in its new strategic plan. The health programme of CHEF International is further divided into Public health, Mental…

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School Eye Health Programme(SEPH)

January 30, 2007

Refractive error remains the second largest cause of visual impairment despite the fact that a simple pair of glasses can provide the correction. Uncorrected refractive error in school children can not only lead to amblyopia and loss of vision, but also affects the academic output of the child and eventually his economic productivity. Lack of refractive services or a lack of access to them compounds the issue in most developing…

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PAKISTAN INSTITUTE OF REHABILITATION SCIENCES (PIRS)

January 30, 2007

Pakistan Institute of Rehabilitation Sciences (PIRS) is determined to build a strong and an inclusive society by creating a pool of human resource for rehabilitation and utilization of the intellect of persons with disabilities. It has been established by the CHEF-International in collaboration with the CBM at the Islamabad Campus of ISRA University. Pakistan Institute of Rehabilitation Sciences (PIRS) was established in 2011 but inaugurated formally by Dr. Javaid R….

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Inclusive Education

January 30, 2007

Education is not simply about making schools available for those who are already able to access them. It is about being proactive in identifying the barriers and obstacles learners encounter in attempting to access opportunities for quality education, as well as in removing those barriers and obstacles that lead to exclusion. Although Behavioral change is a gradual process and requires a lot of patience but CHEF International is determined to promote inclusion in the society through promoting accessible non…

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DISTRICT MEDICAL & REHABILITATION COMPLEX

January 30, 2007

District Charsadda with a population of 1.2 million, an area of 996 square kilometers and 46 union councils was among the areas which was affected the worst in Khyber Pukhtoon khwa province during the floods of 2010, some of the areas were under water up to 7 feet. A lot of people lost their life and person with disabilities and their families became more vulnerable during and after the catastrophe….

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