Prime Institute of Public Health


South Waziristan Health Camps

Funded by Bill Gates and Melinda Foundation (BMGF)
The focus of this project is on improving the health and immunization status of mothers & children especially against polio. The project will be implemented in three high-risk union councils of South Waziristan Tribal District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) where health practices, immunization coverage and health infrastructure are sub-optimal.

Provision of Psychosocial Support Services to Displaced Population

Funded by Amna (Legal entity known as Refugee Trauma Initiative RTI Hellas)
Amna is supporting the Prime Foundation to work with displaced population to help people to connect in a community and to build the resilience they need to cope with the uncertainties of what lies ahead, and in so doing, prevent the transmission of trauma across generations. Prime Foundation through this project will create a safe space for women and children which will be utilized for the provision of psychosocial support services to women and recreational activities and informal education for the children.

Community Engagement for HOPE project (A collaborative project of Khyber Medical University and Keele University UK)

Funded by Medical Research Council UK
It aims to develop a culturally appropriate and context-bespoke intervention for early identification, referral and management of first episode Psychosis in the adolescent population of Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan and to evaluate its feasibility for implementation. The Khyber Medical University as a local implementing partner has outsourced the community engagement activity for the project to PIPH - Prime Foundation.

Integrated Immunization and PHC for Enteric Pathogens Control (Naunehaal)” in selected UCs of Peshawar and Lakki Marwat

Funded by Trust for Vaccine & Immunization (TVI)
Prime Foundation as a consortium partner with AKU and Trust for Vaccine & Immunization is implementing a project titled “Integrated Immunization and PHC for Enteric Pathogens Control (Naunehaal)” in selected UCs of Peshawar and Lakki Marwat. The project aims to improve the maternal and child health status in the selected union councils (UCs) by integrating MNCH and immunization strategies through community mobilization, Mobile Health Services and private sector engagement.

Provision of Sexual & Reproductive Health Services (SRH) to Afghan Refugees, TDPs and Host Communities residing in selected UCs of district Peshawar, Kohat and Bannu

Funded by United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
Through the proposed intervention, Prime Foundation focusing the provision of Sexual and Reproductive Health Services in selected health facility of Peshawar, Kohat and Bannu. PF will restore SRH service through 3 static health units. Services include the provision of delivery of antenatal, natal & post-natal care. Beside this, PF will also do the repair and renovation work in the existing health facilities along with tools provision.