IgG anti-nucleocapsid antibodies reduced the risk of re-infection for a period of 6 months, says a research conducted by the PMC and PIPH joint team of researchers.


PIPH & PMC faculty’s Research Published in "Therapeutic Advances in Vaccines and Immunotherapy".

Identifying higher risk subgroups of health care workers for priority vaccination against COVID-19


PIPH & PMC faculty’s Research Published in International Journal of GYNECOLOGY & OBSTETRICS.

Knowledge of danger signs and BPCR at community level can significantly reduce pregnancy related complications.


Project review meeting of Naunehal Pilot Project.

Prof. ZA Bhutta, Director Research of the Center for Global Child Health, SickKids, Canada leading the project review meeting of Naunehal Pilot Project.


General body meeting of PAFEC KP Chapter held at PMC


PIPH faculty’s research on hand washing behavior change published in Oxford Journal of Public Health


PIPH faculty's article published in WHO EMRO's East Mediterranean Health Journal

Prime Foundation & AKU's collaborative research project published in Lancet - Global Health

Study was regarding community engagement for immunization.


Emergency & Disaster Management workshop in collaboration with Rescue 1122 and PDMA

Participants were trained by specialists from Rescue 1122 and Provincial Disaster Management Authority


Since 2012 Prime Foundation is providing nutrition support services (CMAM) with sponsorship of World Food Program (WFP) in 10 Union Councils of district D.I. Khan. The aim of these services is to reduce the diseases and deaths due to poor nutrition among pregnant women, mothers, and children below five years of age.

On 1st October 2015, a seven months old girl named Khushboo was brought to one of Prime Foundation’s nutrition center. Khushboo’s father Fiaz, belongs to village Diyal Bhatta and works as a laborer at a brick kiln.

During Khushboo’s checkup Ms. Parveen (Nutrition Assistant, Prime Foundation) told that when she assessed Khushboo, who was brought to the center by her mother, she was found to be severely malnourished. Upon questioning, her mother mentioned that Khushboo had gone through repeated episodes of diarrhea and vomiting in the past month. Thus she was registered in the Outpatient Therapeutic Program (OTP).

The SFP Attendant at the center, Ms. Beenish, educated the mother of the child on complementary feeding practices and asked her to bring the child regularly for follow-up visits.

After a month of regular follow-ups when we asked Sumaira for feedback on her child’s health she said “In the start when I brought Khushboo for checkup she was quite weak and lethargic. She used to cry all the time and routinely got diarrhea and vomiting. But now her health has improved considerably. She is active and remains in good mood and this is because of the instructions provided by Prime Foundation’s team.”

On 12th November, 2015, Khushboo was shifted to the next level of treatment (SFP Program) where her nutritional status will be further improved through the provision of Supplementary food (Acha Mum) along with counseling of the mother on young child feeding practices.

Khushboo represents only of the thousands of children in DI Khan, who have benefited from Prime Foundation’s nutrition intervention, with support from WFP.