• SOLVING BROAD CHALLENGES
  • Inclusive Health
  • School Eye Health Programme(SEPH)
  • PAKISTAN INSTITUTE OF REHABILITATION SCIENCES (PIRS)
  • Inclusive Education

Workshop on inclusive Education,14th-16th March, 2011

Comprehensive Health & Education forum (CHEF) International disability program planned National Consultative Workshop on inclusive Education with the support of our donors LIGHT FOR THE WORLD, AUSTRIA held in National Institute of Special Education Islamabad from 14th-16th March, 2011. All the major experts in special education & education from across the Pakistan participated in this workshop to develop the guidelines for Inclusive Education.

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CBM, Germany team visited Pakistan-November 29, 2011

Delegation from CBM, Germany visited Pakistan and inaugurated their funded programs in collaboration with CHEF International  The delegation inaugurated the orthopedic workshop at Al-Farabi Centre on November 29, 2010. Mr K.B Rind Secretary (Ministry of Social Welfare & Special Education) and Prince Abbas Khan, Director General Special Education were the chief guests on this special occasion. This workshop was a result of survey which was done by CHEF International and concluded…

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Inclusive Health

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)

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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