You can apply for the Health Education & Literacy Program HELP Govt Jobs Karachi. Posts including watchman, community midwife and cleaner in HELP Karachi, Sindh Pakistan. Published on 16 March, 2023. Preferred Education is Middle, Primary, Matric and Others etc. HELP latest government medical jobs and others can be applied till March 21, 2023. For any kind of information related to this job kindly read the full ad given below.
آپ ہیلتھ ایجوکیشن اینڈ لٹریسی پروگرام ہیلپ گورنمنٹ جابز کراچی کے لیے درخواست دے سکتے ہیں۔ ہیلپ کراچی، سندھ پاکستان میں چوکیدار، کمیونٹی مڈوائف اور کلینر سمیت پوسٹیں۔ 16 مارچ 2023 کو شائع ہوا۔
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Health Education & Literacy Program HELP Govt Jobs Karachi Details:
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|Posted on:||16 March, 2023|
|Location:||Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan|
|Education:||Primary | Middle | Matric | Others|
|Company:||Health Education & Literacy Program HELP|
|Last Date:||21 March, 2023|
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Health Education & Literacy Program HELP Govt Jobs Karachi Advertisement Paper:
Health Education & Literacy Program (HELP) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) based in Karachi, Pakistan. It was founded in 1994 with the aim of providing healthcare, education, and literacy services to underprivileged communities in the city.
1: Operates a network of primary healthcare clinics in various low-income areas of Karachi, providing basic medical services to thousands of patients each year.
2: Conducts health education campaigns and workshops on a range of topics, including hygiene, nutrition, and disease prevention.
3: Operates literacy programs for children and adults, providing basic education and life skills training to those who have limited access to formal education.
4: Provides emergency relief services in times of natural disasters or other crises, such as floods, earthquakes, and droughts.
HELP is supported by a team of dedicated professionals and volunteers, including doctors, nurses, educators, and social workers. The organization relies on donations and funding from individuals, corporations, and government agencies to support its programs and initiatives.