Area/sector(s) of specialization and programme expertise based on proof of projects implemented in a specific sector

1. Razi Institute of Medical Sciences (self sustained program)

Razi Institute of Medical Sciences is a mega project of HDRS established in 2001. RIMS is affiliated with KPK Medical Faculty Peshawar, Registered with Higher Education Regulatory Authority (HERA).We offer 2 years FSc medical technology (BISE, Peshawar) and 2 years (4 semesters) diploma course in 12 different technologies with following facilities;

About 6,000 students have passed-out from RIMS and they are doing private/government jobs in Pakistan and outside the country especially in Middle East countries.

Training of Religious Leaders in Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Three (3) Districts of FATA/KPK Funded by National AIDS Control Program (NACP) Pakistan.

Target Districts

The following three districts are targeted for awareness program.

2) General Population from all Social/Religious Circles

3) Scholarships for RIMS students

HDRS took -over dental clinic/unit at Emergency Satellite Hospital Nahaqi through Public Private Partnership (PPP) from Abaseen Foundation.

The purpose was to facilitate the local community in getting easy access to better dental care services.

Welfare Clinic

A well furnished Clinic is established at RIMS under the supervision of HDRS. Which is staffed with qualified doctors and paramedics staff. The Clinic provides ambulatory services to the general public at nominal fees. Moreover, the Clinic is in direct contact with Al-khidmat hospital Peshawar referral of complex cases.

Welfare Clinical Laboratory

A well established medical laboratory having a separate Microbiology, Hematology and biochemistry section also guarantees quality service from the clinic. X-ray unit and in –patients services are prospected in near future.

4) IDPs Relief

Free Medical Camp for IDPs N.Waziristan Agency

Human Development & Relief Society (HDRS), Peshawar organized a free medical camps in Azad Mandi FR Circle Bannu on June 28, 2014 for IDPs of North Waziristan Agency Doctors and paramedical staff volunteered to examine and provide free medicine to more than 240 patients, including female and children.