The Evercare Foundation is a non-profit organization aims to fulfil the promise of the 2030 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all.
The Evercare Foundation will contribute towards building resilient health systems and improving the wellbeing of vulnerable communities in low and middle-income countries with a focus on women and children’s health.
The Evercare Foundation’s mission is to provide equitable healthcare for vulnerable communities to create inclusive societies and to support the rights and dignity of everyone.
We uphold the highest standards of ethical conduct and embed transparency and honesty in what we do and how we deliver our mission.
We ensure that all individuals regardless of gender, ethnicity, or economic status are given their universal rights and treated with respect and dignity at all times.
We foster partnerships with our stakeholders, and beyond, and work with communities to achieve our shared goals.
There is a clear gap in service delivery in developing countries that is ever widening. The World Bank states that, without intervention, up to 5 billion people will be unable to access healthcare by 2030. As per the UNSDG report of 2021, the pandemic has shorthanded life expectancy, threatens negative effects beyond the disease itself, and stopped or reversed progress for health.
It caused vulnerable groups to be neglected and hit hardest by exacerbating pre-existing inequalities in access to healthcare. Many developing countries have inadequate health infrastructure and lack enough caregivers to meet the demand for care leading to the inequality in access to health services. A multisectoral response is urgently needed to bridge the gap and ensure no one is left behind.
The Foundation will serve vulnerable communities in low and middle-income countries by funding initiatives towards building resilient health systems and improving access to healthcare with a primary focus on women and children who are marginalized by health and socio-economic inequities.
The Health and Wellbeing of Women and Girls
Human Resources for health with a focus on health workers safety and wellbeing
Integrated Health Corridor to support complex cases and cross-countries clinical trials
The Foundation’s successful pilot for cochlear implants with the Evercare Hospital Lahore will allow three children under five from rural villages to hear, learn to speak and attend school that they were barred from.Click here to Learn more