Pakistan Initiative for Mothers and Newborns (PAIMAN)

Success Stories

Happiness Returns to the Couple

Nusrat is a resident of 58/10R Nawan Chowk, District Khanewal. She got married to Muhammad Nawaz, 15 years back. The couple remained childless even after 14 years of their marriage. They went to many doctors and Hakims for treatment but none of them could change their fate. Nusrat had almost lost hope of becoming a mother… more

Good Information Leads to Good Will

When Mrs. Rehana went into labor in her village in the district of Dadu in southern Pakistan, the situation looked very grim. She had a complication that called for an emergency delivery, and had no means to get to the hospital. Help, however, was on the way, because Abdul Majeed Bhugio, a young member of a local leadership group in Mrs. Rehana's village, had attended a Pakistan Initiative for Mothers and Newborns (PAIMAN) maternal and child health sensitization session… more

Awareness Brings Empowerment

Basra Bibi, a resident of District D.G. Khan in southern Punjab, is a housewife. She is very happy and thankful, first to God and then to the USAID-funded Pakistan Initiative for Mothers and Newborns (PAIMAN) Project, after delivering a healthy baby boy. She has conceived seven times. Her first three babies were healthy. She then had three pregnancies resulting in intrauterine death and miscarriages. After going through these complications, Basra was very much worried about her health in her most recent pregnancy… more