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  • The Prince Aly Khan Hospital in Mumbai, India, was established in 1945 and has since built a reputation for quality care. Its strengths include cardiac surgery, surgical oncology and, since 2008, bone marrow transplant.
    AKDN / Jean-Luc Ray
  • The Aga Khan Health Services Maitreya Project in India, supported by the World Bank, trains young women from 14 villages around Maitreya Block on pre- and post-natal home care, so that they can help promote awareness of Maternal and Child Care among expecting mothers and their female relatives.
    AKDN / Jean-Luc Ray
  • The Aga Khan Health Services Maitreya Project in India, supported by the World Bank, trains young women from 14 villages around Maitreya Block on pre- and post-natal home care, so that they can help promote awareness of Maternal and Child Care among expecting mothers and their female relatives.
    AKDN / Jean-Luc Ray
  • AKHS doctors giving a dose of iodinated oil as next takers register with volunteers, Chitral, Pakistan.
    AKDN / Jean-Luc Ray
  • Based in Keshod Block since 1995, the AKHS Diagnostic Centre was created to respond to the lack of quality care in government diagnostic centres. The AKHS brand has since built a reputation for quality.
    AKDN / Jean-Luc Ray
AKHS in South Asia

The first institution in the Aga Khan Health Service, Pakistan (AKHS,P) was a 42-bed maternity hospital - formerly known as the Janbai Maternity Home, which opened in Karachi in 1924. Today, while maintaining that early focus on maternal and child health, AKHS,P also offers services that range from primary health care to diagnostic services and curative care. It reaches over 700,000 people in rural and urban Sindh, Punjab, Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral. As the largest not-for-profit private health care system in Pakistan, its goal is to supplement the Government's efforts in health care provision, especially in the areas of maternal and child health and primary health care.