Poverty and inequality still prevent in many women, children and adolescents in Pakistan. from getting the quality health care that they need to survive and thrive in the society.
World Health Organization numbers shows that approximately 830 women die from preventable causes. they related to pregnancy and childbirth every day in Pakistan. Most of these deaths—99%—occur in developing countries.
About 225 million women in developing countries would like to delay or avoid pregnancy, but are not using contraception.
UNICEF also reports that 16,000 children younger than five years old die every day. More than half of early child deaths are due to conditions that could be prevented or treated with access to simple, affordable interventions.
And, more than 16 million adolescent girls become mothers every year. Of these girls, 90% are already married. This reduces their educational and economic opportunities and increases the health risks to both themselves and their babies.