DKT Pakistan’s program called Dhanak addresses problems of supply and demand that have kept Pakistan’s contraceptive prevalence rate lower than its neighbours. It will emphasize long-term methods (such as IUDs), adding diversity to a method mix that is heavily dependent on short-term contraceptives (such as injectables). Community-based provision of Family Planning services through Community Midwives and Mid-Level Healthcare Providers in Rural Pakistan.
The Dhanak program by DKT Pakistan is being implemented in rural Pakistan using mid-wives (CMW) as key service providers to improve family planning (FP) maternal and reproductive health (RH) of women in rural communities of Pakistan.
Using a self-sustaining entrepreneurship and collaborative model the Dhannak program has six parallel components that are integrated together. The components of Jannat program are:
To locate your nearest Dhanak Health Care Center, Dial (021)-111-11-9123