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Nasir Hospital Inauguration

On October 23, the current and fifth worldwide head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, His Holiness, Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad will inaugurate Nasir Hospital in Sacatepéquez, Guatemala. The event will be attended by many Guatemalan government officials and dignitaries as we celebrate the opening of this flagship project which was initiated under the direction of His Holiness, Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad.

Nasir Hospital before and after

Nasir Hospital strengthens and expands Humanity First’s vision of providing medical services to underserved communities in need. Dedicated to providing equitable access to health care for Guatemalans, the establishment of this hospital allows Humanity First to serve both the short-term and long-term health care needs of the local Guatemalan communities.

Nasir Hospital Staff hard at work

The hospital structure houses a 22-bed inpatient unit, adjacent to a surgical zone, which includes a maternal and prenatal ward. The remainder of the building houses outpatient services, which offers the opportunity for Humanity First to expand their preventive and clinical services. Previously serving local community members through make-shift medical and surgical clinics, Nasir Hospital will now allow Humanity First to provide this care in a high quality and consistent manner.

Nasir Hospital Pediatric Clinic

Nasir Hospital is named in memory of His Holiness, Hadhrat Mirza Nasir Ahmad, the third worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. He traveled to Africa in 1970 and witnessed firsthand the needs of the African people during his travels across the continent. Inspired by the moving experiences during his visit, His Holiness, Hadhrat Mirza Nasir Ahmad, established the Nusrat Jehan initiative. The aim of this initiative was to establish schools, hospitals and clinics, often in remote areas where such facilities were unavailable. As of 2014, the scheme had established 670 schools and 37 hospitals in 13 countries. Guided by his vision, Humanity First aims to make Nasir Hospital the first of many facilities to be established in Latin America.

Nasir Hospital Maternal and Prenatal wards

Nasir Hospital is named in memory of His Holiness, Hadhrat Mirza Nasir Ahmad, the third worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. He traveled to Africa in 1970 and witnessed firsthand the needs of the African people during his travels across the continent. Inspired by the moving experiences during his visit, His Holiness, Hadhrat Mirza Nasir Ahmad, established the Nusrat Jehan initiative. The aim of this initiative was to establish schools, hospitals and clinics, often in remote areas where such facilities were unavailable. As of 2014, the scheme had established 670 schools and 37 hospitals in 13 countries. Guided by his vision, Humanity First aims to make Nasir Hospital the first of many facilities to be established in Latin America.

Nasir Hospital Café

Nasir Hospital garden

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