Use WHO’s definition of health i.e. physical, mental and social well-being and not merely absence of disease or infirmities.
Ensure provision of clean and safe drinking water to all the citizens of Pakistan.
Eradicate malnutrition. Introduce daily milk consumption by all school children. Improve supply of milk through establishment of dairy cooperatives, pasteurization of milk and value addition, powder milk production etc.
Ensure de-worming of children and women in particular.
Promote and use telemedicine.
Promote mobile health systems.
Organize health care involving family medicine.
Activate and strengthen BHUs, RHUs, DHUs, through community engagement and public private partnership.
Introduce school health services at all schools creating thousands of Jobs through public-private partnership and public oversight and provide first-aid training.
Develop effective disaster management plans for all districts.
Ensure provision of ambulance services on public private partnership basis. Strengthen 1122 service in all districts.
Prohibit drugs / gutka and launch awareness campaigns.
Ensure compulsory Thalassemia screening before marriage.
Establish Burn Centers at all DHQs.
Establish Trauma Centers at all DHQs.
Build an educated, disciplined, healthy and prosperous Pakistan by actively promoting implementation of the Constitution of Pakistan in true letter and spirit by the three pillars of the state (i.e. Executive, Legislature and Judiciary), media and the people.