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Diabetes is usually life long, expensive and disabling. Imagine a diabetic who barely makes food to the table. How can you afford to treat yourself when you are starved for resources? We refuse to give up. Our services are free for the underprivileged and subsidized for the white collar.




Diabetes does not have a cure yet. But the good news is that it can be controlled. Lifestyle changes which include diet and exercise are the key components of managing it. Sadly, healthy food is an expensive commodity in our country and out of reach for many. We pride ourselves in giving our patients diet and exercise plans which are relevant to their socioeconomic backgrounds. They are able to comply to them with our regular follow ups and motivation. Our health care providers believe that none of our patients should feel alone.


Needless to say, the affordability of diabetes medication in general and insulin in particular is a nightmare for most. We bring forth standardized quality medicines for our patients irrespective of their income bracket. Our motto is simple. If it is good for them, it should be good for us too.




Diabetes is not a disease where you just get a prescription and take a pill once a day. It requires regular, periodic blood work to monitor diabetes markers so that the treatment plan is adjusted accordingly. Our health care providers pay close and continuous attention to the patient’s body response which is paramount to successful diabetes management.


There are about 20 million diabetics in Pakistan today. 15% of them are prone to foot ulcers, 20%-40% to nerve damage, 50% to blood circulation disorder in the legs and eventually amputations. Unfortunately, not many people are even aware of this silent killer. The cost of treating these ulcers and amputations is beyond a poor man. Can you imagine its emotional and financial impact on their households? We believe that the best strategy is prevention. Our foot care experts provide multi-disciplinary care and teach patients how to take care of and prevent diabetes foot. Source: Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences 2004


Our Partners


Fountain House

Fountain house institute for mental health is working for the patients with psychiatric illness coming from less privileged sections of society. Lahore Mental Health Association (LMHA) was established in 1963.



NCBA&E was founded back in 1994 as a state of the art educational institute. Owing to its legacy of excellence in delivering quality education, and a strong dedication to excel in Pakistan’s higher education sector.


Sim Sim

SimSim was launched as the country’s first mobile network agnostic digital payment wallet in July 2017 and is continuously making progress in digitally transforming consumer and corporate profiles by offering innovative and impactful solutions.


Sehatmand Zindagi

Sehatmand Zindagi health centres are the hub of providing one-stop services for patients, the local community and for its network of partner healthcare providers.



Pakistan's second largest pharmaceutical exporter with operations across 22 Countries. CCL has a history of more than 50 years in the healthcare industry, with a vast range of over 200 products covering major therapeutic areas and over the counter consumer offerings.

Together our impact
knows no limits.


Being unwanted,
unloved, uncared for,
forgotten by everybody, I
think that is a much
greater hunger, a much
greater poverty than the
person who has nothing
to eat.
-Mother Teresa