IMRA delivers medical aid in the form of surgical expertise and also donate medical equipment.
IMRA volunteers join up as teams and go out to areas where they provide their surgical skills. They also train the local surgical teams to enable them to deliver effective treatment to their patients.
IMRA responds to natural disasters such as floods and earthquakes.
IMRA has been sending teams both in emergency situations eg. Earthquake 2005 & in non-emergency eg. Ear Surgery Project in Mirpurkhas Sindh province since 2009.
IMRA members and volunteers collect donations for necessary equipment for use in these disaster regions.
IMRA works in cooperation with other charities and organisations in achieving its goals.
IMRA members and volunteers help in transferring technology to areas of need by sending personnel abroad or bringing them to U.K. for training.
IMRA organises charity events for highlighting and collection of donations for providing emergency medical relief.
IMRA in co-operation with Dow University of Heath Sciences and ENT Society U.K. have set up the Cochlear Implant Project. An Audiologist and a Speech therapist spent 5 months in U.K. in 2011.
IMRA has arranged two surgeons from Dow University to spend 3 months in U.K. to observe Cochlear Implantation in GOS Hospital for Children and Royal National ENT Hospital, London.
IMRA provides training & transfer of medical expertise eg. Satellite link up of Live International Otolaryngology Network.
IMRA arranges training & development of skills for Medical & Para medical personnel undertaken in Centres of Excellence eg. U.K. Teaching Hospitals.
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