Pakistan has a population of more than two hundred and twenty million, which means that the Country always has a high probability of accidents due to its dense population and lack of infrastructure.
Between 2009 and 2020, there were more than 100,000 thousand roadside accidents in the Country. These accidents had a 2.43% of death rate as well.
The Country also has many patients, with 17 million kidney patients. Every one in four adults has a heart condition. With more than 150,000 cancer patients, the Country has a lot of citizens living with the help of medical facilities.
With the ever needing increase emergency services, the Country has relied heavily on volunteers to perform these tasks. Human Rights Pakistan likewise has launched its ambulance service, which caters to the needs of the citizens of Karachi.
The Human Rights Pakistan ambulance service operates 24/7 to provide aid and relief to the citizens. Human Rights Pakistan ambulance service has state-of-the-art ambulances with first-aid medical services and assistants, which allows the ambulance to provide quick treatment and take patients to the nearest hospital.