IMR - Our Work
IMR is Making a Difference Around the World
200+ Projects Worldwide
Benefited from Humanitarian relief
Rapid Response Teams
Medical & Surgical Missions
Countries, Projects, & Missions
Health Centers Constructed
IMR has undertaken medical and surgical missions in various countries, among them those where it was initially involved for emergency medical work. There are a number of ongoing missions as follows:
SaveHaiti Medical Mission
2-3 times a year. IMR volunteer team travels to Miragoane, an underserved rural area, and provides free treatment and medicines to local population.
SaveSyria Medical Mission
4 times a year. IMR teams provide free treatment to the displaced Syrian refugees in and around Amman, Jordan.
SaveHaiti Cataract Surgery Mission
In collaboration with UNHCR, our volunteer ophthalmologists carry out free cataract surgeries for Syrian refugees at UN camps in Jordan.
SaveSmile Surgical Mission
IMR plastic surgeons, physicians and assisting healthcare professionals undertake cleft lip surgeries on patients in Sudan.
Bangladesh Burns Mission
Our burns surgery team carries out critical burns surgeries on victims of fire incidents in Dhaka.
In planning stage for Pakistan.
Hospitals & Medical Centers
Over the years IMANA Medical Relief has helped in building hospitals, dispensaries, diagnostic centers and basic health units in different countries, in addition to providing financial grants for the operating expenses of such facilities.
IMANA helped in the building of 4 diabetes clinics, a diagnostic lab and a basic health center in Hyderabad city, and provides an annual grant for their operating expenses. Theese facilities treat over 40,000 patients annually free of charge.
The Ummah-IMANA medical complex was built and operates with financial assistance by IMANA. It provides free treatment to almost 12,00 patients annually.
Clinic in Miragoane hosts IMR medical teams on their bi-annual trips and is attended to by a local physician weekly.
Construction of MAAWS-IMANA Clinic in Noakhali was done in 1993 with a financial grant by IMANA, which funds its operating expenses since then.
IMANA is funding the construction of a hospital in Banane, a remote area in the Garissa region.
IMANA built several basic health units in the 2005 earthquake and 2010 flood affected areas. We have funded construction of a thalassemia laboratory in Rajanpur and a fully equipped maternity hospital in Quetta. In addition we purchased a mobile health unit which provides healthcare facility in the remote rural regions of southern Punjab, and can be quickly shifted to any calamity hit areas.
Water & Sanitation Projects
Advanced specialized training for Palestinian physicians from Gaza, arranged in Malaysia
Placement of residents and interns
Central African Republic