Prime Institute of Public Health


Academic staff at Prime Institute of Public Health is involved in multiple research projects covering different areas of public health interest. Some of the currently underway research projects are given below:

  1. Title: Evaluation of Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) program
    Goal: To Evaluate CMAM program in the district of DI Khan, Tank and Lakki using pre reported variables of CMAM project at baseline and follow up visits. The project is structured in three programs given as:
    Supplementary Feeding Program (SFP), Oral therapeutic Feeding Program (OTP), Pregnant and Lactating Women Program (PLW). SFP and OTP Focusses on children from age 6-59 months, while PLW focuses on treatment of pregnant and lactating women in this program.

  2. Title: Health Profile for Peshawar District.
    Goal: To create an updated district health profile for Peshawar, KPK, Pakistan
    Objective: To gather up to date key health indicator data as described in the data section.
    To determine any variation of reported data among selected key health indicators.

  3. Title: “National cost estimation of Public Service Announcement (PSA) programs”
    We plan to estimate and publish cost of PSA programs across Pakistan using all the available media outlets including National and Local TV, FM and AM radio, Print and Web Based media.