Transforming Health in One Hundred Days: Key Achievements


  • Prof. Yasmin Rashid Pakistan Tehreek - e - Insaf
  • Sarah Saeed King's College London


Primary Care, Nutrition, Immunisation, Health Insurance


As part of the initiative to transform healthcare services in Pakistan, Professor Yasmin Rashid of the Ministry of Health in Punjab emphasises the focus on primary care as well the need to upgrade secondary and tertiary facilities. This vision has been partially achieved through the 100 Day Agenda, which seeks to improve areas such as nutrition, immunisation and health insurance amongst others. Overall, this article explores Professor Rashid’s perspective on transforming health in Pakistan not just through the 100 Day Agenda, but beyond, with the aim of improving the equity, accessibility and quality of healthcare in Pakistan.

Author Biography

Prof. Yasmin Rashid, Pakistan Tehreek - e - Insaf

Dr. Yasmin Rashid is a Pakistan Tehreek - e- Insaf Punjab General Secretary. She retired from the Government Service in 2010 as a Professor & Head of the Obstetrics & Gynaecology Department, King Edward Medical University, Lahore. 



How to Cite

Rashid, Y. ., & Saeed, S. (2019). Transforming Health in One Hundred Days: Key Achievements . Annals of King Edward Medical University, 25(S). Retrieved from



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