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Primary Healthcare For All

Access to comprehensive, quality healthcare services is important for promoting and maintaining health, preventing and managing disease, reducing unnecessary disability and premature death, and achieving health equity for humanity.

1-Build and scale high-quality, low-cost primary healthcare models for vulnerable communities in high-migration areas.

2-Create a platform to promote knowledge and practices of providing responsive healthcare in underserved areas.

3-Build trained, professional, and ethical human resources that drive effective primary healthcare service delivery in last-mile communities.

World Health Statistics: Monitoring health for the SDG’s

While the Millennium Development Goals focused on a narrow set of disease-specific health targets for 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals look to 2030 and are far broader in scope. For example, the SDGs include a broad health goal, “Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages”, and call for achieving universal health coverage.

World Health Statistics 2020, WHO’s an annual snapshot of the world’s health, states that:

⦁ The world population is not only living longer but living healthier. Life expectancy and healthy life expectancy (HALE) have both increased by over 8% globally between 2000 and 2016, and remain profoundly influenced by income.

⦁ Overall access to essential health services improved from 2000 to 2017, with the strongest increase in low- and lower-middle-income countries. Yet, service coverage in low- and middle-income countries remains well below coverage in wealthier ones.

⦁ Compared with the advances against communicable diseases, there has been inadequate progress in preventing and controlling noncommunicable diseases, particularly in low and middle-income countries where delivery of effective NCD interventions remains an overwhelming challenge to health systems.
⦁ Investing in strengthening country health information systems to improve the timeliness of data could have the greatest positive impact and is vital for countries to monitor progress towards the SDGs. For almost a fifth of countries, over half of the indicators have no recent primary or direct underlying data.
⦁ Prevention and treatment coverage has substantially improved for major infectious diseases, maternal, neonatal, and child health care, leading to a steady decline in incidence and mortality from these diseases in the past two decades. However, the current rate of change is insufficient to reach the 2030 SDG targets, and COVID-19 further risks getting the world off track to achieving the SDGs.


PVM college is the extension to project purple dream and it is our vision for 2025. It is a pathway to academic excellence for young girls. Pakistan is a clear example of a country that has been struggling to achieve gender equality in education. 13 million girls are out of school – this is the total population of some countries! Gender equality in education should be a priority that cannot be neglected. There is a need to achieve gender equity because of the existing gaps in girls’ education


Pakistan’s contemporary socio-economic environment is tainted by political instability, civil society and media persecution, a deadly conflict, and rising ethnic and religious conflicts. They divert government resources away from delivering essential services like education, and females suffer the most.

Children, particularly girls, are being kept out of school and poverty across all provinces, year after generation. In interviews for this research, girls repeatedly expressed their yearning for school, their want to “be someone,” and how their ambitions had been shattered by not pursuing their educations.

Pakistan’s educational system has seen substantial changes in the last few years due to the government’s abandonment of its role to offer an appropriate academic level, through government schools, to all students. This education is both mandatory and free. There has been an increase in the number of new private schools, many unregulated and provide a wide range of educational options for children.


The mission of PVM College for Women is to promote gender equity by raising awareness of women’s and gender issues, developing women’s leadership, and celebrating women who challenge, motivate, and inspire. In alignment with these goals, we centralize resources and offer student-focused programming to strengthen individuals and student organizations. The PVM College is committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for all students that encourages dialogue and promotes an intersectional approach to equity work.


At the PVM college for women, we envision a College-wide recognition that gender equity benefits everyone and is fundamental to promoting inclusive excellence in education. This would be demonstrated in PVM where all students, staff, and faculty actively engage in gender equity work with an understanding that intersectional identities impact individual experiences within the institution.