Celebrating Impact and Commitment: Proud of our ongoing support to overseas projects


The building of the hospital was initially a dream that came true through the dedication of the MDMI team and Canadian Global Care Society. The vision was to provide exceptional healthcare to communities that could not afford standard health care.

Midland Doctors Medical Institute (Muzaffarabad, Northern Pakistan) is a state of the Art health care facility built in Northern Pakistan to provide quality health care to vulnerable population in the outskirts of Muzaffarabad. MDMI covers about 70 miles radius of villages. This region was significantly impacted by the earthquake in 2005.


Koohi Goth Women Hospital was established in 2005. Koohi Goth Hospital (KGH) has offered unique services to women and children to not only to the surrounding areas but services all over Karachi and Pakistan. They provide extensive education on a rare condition called fistula, or excessive vaginal leakage of urine and stool due to childbirth. Even more staggering are the statistics. Roughly 100,000 women experience this condition worldwide!

Women who incurred onset of fistula (among other gynecological issues) are being treated surgically and other assistance is given to the patients, like teaching them some home skills.

Funds raised all over Canada
(Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Vancouver)

For the following initiatives

Midland Doctors Medical Institute
Malnutrition Program
Pediatric Department
Ophthalmology Department
Outpatient Department
Solar Panel installation

Koohi Goth Women Hospital & School for Nursing
Jannat Project
Malnutrition project
Solar panel installation for the lab building

Dow Medical University of Health Sciences
Palliative Care Project

Canadian Global Care under the leadership of Dr. Yasmin Majeed, has supported the hospital at grassroots level. Fundraisers were organized in all major cities of Canada, including Calgary, Toronto, Vancouver and Edmonton to support the building of the hospital. With the support and generosity of our donors the facility was inaugurated in 2013. Over the years CGC has continued its due diligence to monitor the smooth functioning of the hospital. CGC team visits the site regularly, providing teaching sessions to support the physicians and staff on ground. MDMI has a robust outpatient department with excellent laboratory and radiology services. MDMI has a robust outpatient department with excellent laboratory and radiology services.

Jannat Project

  • Canadian Global Care has supported the Jannat Project in 2023.
  • The goal was to provide nutrition to pregnant women.
  • This was tied to a research project to assess the benefit of nutrition in this population.
  • We raised CAD 50,000 which will cover the cost of food for 100 women who visit the site for antenatal care. Food is also provided to children who accompany the mothers.

Malnutrition Program:

Nutrition Program has been developed to screen and treat children for malnutrition, and also create awareness among pregnant and lactating women regarding the importance of proper nutritional habits. The overall objective of the project is to prevent morbidity and mortality resulting from severe moderate and mild malnutrition with children 0 – 10 years of age through the screening, prevention and treatment protocols.

The major aspects of the program are as follows:

  •     Hospital screening and outpatient treatment
  •     Screening in the community
  •     Inpatient treatment of severe malnutrition
  •     Community engagement and outpatient treatment of moderate malnutrition

Educational Support:

  1. Obstetric Workshop Presented by Dr. Sarah Makhdoom 2016
  2. Pain Management Presented by Dr. Yasmin Majeed
  3. Cardiac Resuscitation Workshop Presented by Dr. Mahjabeen Hussein,
  4. CPR Course to Train the Trainers by Dr. Yasmin Majeed, Dr. Sarah Makhdoom

Solar Panel For MDMI (Generous Donation of Hemani Family)

The purpose of the donation of the solar panel: the acquisition and installation of a 150 KW Solar Hybrid Energy Generating System enabling MDMI to reduce dependence on the unreliable electrical power supply in the region and reduce the use of emergency diesel generators to a more reliable and environmentally friendly, Green Energy Generation System. This will allow MDMI to function more efficiently, without power interruptions and save tens of thousands of dollars a year in operating costs.

Canadian Global Care is proud to support the Solar Panel Installation at Midland Doctors Medical Institute (MDMI). This has been made possible by the generous donation of the HEMANI family. The Solar panel will support the electricity requirements of MDMI for the next 23 years. – Read more here

Training & Education of The Staff During Covid – 19 Pandemic

Doctors, nurses and paramedical staff were provided training with emphasis on Donning and Doffing of PPE & Hand hygiene. Mask mandate has been implemented. All these departments are functional at the moment. Nutritional Program has resumed and surgeries are being performed with PCR testing for Covid 19 prior to the surgery. Changes have been adopted in the hospital to ensure the maximum amount of safety. With the generosity of our donors we have been able to raise significant funds to establish the Pediatric, Ophthalmology and Outpatient departments.

Our Journey

We started by supporting the Midland Doctors in their dream of building an earthquake proof hospital.

We continue our international work by supporting the Koohi Goth Hospital in Pakistan.

We visit the site regularly and carefully scrutinize the project to completion.

How it started

How it’s going