Needy Beneficiaries received care in Pakistan and countries across the world, most specifically Haiti, Japan and Bangladesh.
Patients treated in 2019 through our six main clinics in Pakistan. 90 % of our patients are women and children who are the most vulnerable in our society.
Number of doctors, medical students, nurses, nursing students, midwives, paramedics and midwifery students trained in Helping Babies Breath Program.
160 liters daily
Clean drinking water is a prerequisite to a healthy community. SHINE is committed to providing clean water to the communities they serve by installing solar powered stills and RO Plants.
Year 2010 -16
After the epic floods of 2010 SHINE supported the Children’s Pediatric ward of the RBUT Civil Hospital in Shikarpur. Treating on an average 1,000 patients a month.
The year Rohingya refugees flooded into Bangladesh, SHINE Humanity sent two medical missions to the camps set up in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh. The doctors travelled from the US and Britain to serve the refugees.
SHINE took a Medical Mission to Gilgit/Baltistan: 41 physicians, medical and non- medical volunteers saw over 4,000 patients and performed over 100 surgeries in a span of 5 days.