Primary Health Care International Medical Corps provides primary health care services including a gender-based violence prevention and management programme for Afghan refugees in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Our teams of doctors, nurses and midwives provide basic healthcare, maternal and child healthcare and mental health services.
Maternal and Child Care International Medical Corps is providing targeted services for women and children, including antenatal clinics, postnatal care, and referral to hospitals where needed.
Mental Health International Medical Corps also trains health staff on how to identify and treat mental health issues. Our teams provide group and individual counselling to refugees and internally displaced people and refer those in need of further support to nearby facilities.