I would like to thank Almighty Allah for the great opportunities and success of EDUCAST in its healthcare division in a short period of 3 years. It’s been Allah’s blessings that today EDUCAST health division is operating within 24 countries and has the largest female tele-doctors network in the country. Educast has acquired support from Islamic Development Bank of Pakistan for the Innovative Maternal & Child Mortality Reduction Initiative, as well as academic partnership with World’s leading University, Stanford’s Center of Medicine.
Our excellent volunteer team members and specially the dynamic E-Doctors team has created history by managing Covid -19 Home Isolation Monitoring platform for the entire Sindh province through a contract with the Health Department, Government of Sindh. In this process, 450 qualified E-Doctors from all over the world from 15 countries including Pakistan, joined the platform and have managed to provide treatment and counseling to approximately 150,000 Covid positive patients out of 200,000 total infected cases in Sindh Province. These are the highest number of cases handled by any single organization in the country.
Additionally, I would like to thank Stanford University’s distinguished professors and trainers who provided online training to E-Doctors and made EDUCAST the only healthcare provider with more than 450 Stanford University certified Covid care providers.
EDUCAST achieves yet another milestone in 2021 by successfully launching its operation in Yemen. We are proud to have launched state-of-the-art multipurpose digital tele-centers in war zones of Yemen. We are grateful to Allah for enabling us to get official permissions from 3 district health authorities of Suqra, Zanjibar and Maarib for establishing tele-centers in their respective areas. Establishment of these tele-centers is 100% funded and operated by EDUCAST’s own resources and its dedicated team.
This is just the beginning of the journey that EDUCAST has started. We will continue to grow, build tele-centers, and bring innovation and technology to the places and people that are underserved. Healthcare should be a right not a privilege and our goal is to serve humanity and provide healthcare support, skill development and education to people who need it the most.