- PSDP/ADP No. of Project:502 (140772)
- PSDP/ADP year:2016-17
- Total Budget:Rs. 447.796 million
- Total Expenditure:350 million
- Total Allocation:Rs. 175 million
- This project is an extension of the existing KP CML project for the blood cancer patients started in 2011-12 at Hayatabad Medical Complex, Peshawar. The revised project for 2016-19 now includes all types of cancers as opposed to only blood cancer patients.
- This is an integrated and innovative approach in health sector to establish an efficient, equitable & effective cancer management program that ensures access to free state-of-the-art cancer treatment facilities for various types of cancers for patients of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa including FATA at Dept. of Medical Oncology, Hayatabad Medical Complex, Peshawar.
- This innovative approach in health sector is helping people and communities to improve their health status and is in line with MDG’s by providing a health care system that is fair, responsive and pro-poor, thereby contributing to poverty reduction. This will result in better health for the cancer patients.
- To provide free access to cancer treatment to patients suffering from all kinds of malignancies belonging to all walks of life through the prescribed medicines.
- To provide free consultation and follow-up, as required, to the designated patient population.
- To improve quality of life of designated patients leading them to live a healthy and normal life and contribute to the national economy.
- To invest in the prevention and cure of non-communicable diseases (cancer) that shares half the burden of health related problems (Pakistan health policy).
- To remove disparity in health care among the rich and the poor by providing quality health care and free access to treatment to all.
- To foster public – private partnership for the benefit of the public (development of global partnership for the development of the people – MDG 2010).
- To save lives, extend lives or improve quality of life and rehabilitate hundreds of cancer patients by providing them access to cancer treatment