Founded on the propitious night of 12 Rabi ul Awwal, SYNCH (Solidarity Among Young Nation for Change) is a group of young, boisterous individuals with a shared goal: inspiring and influencing the youth. Starting from a few medical students, it has now expanded its network to more than 60 colleges all over Pakistan (Punjab, Sindh, KPK, Balochistan, GB, and Kashmir). We are, now, a family of more than 5000 active members. We aspire to train our volunteers in personal, professional, social, and organizational domains of life, so they can grow into skillful and dynamic healthcare professionals and ultimately, leaders. To date, we’ve five established wings, an MBBS/BDS Forum, a Doctors’ Forum, an Allied Health Sciences’ Forum, a Nursing Forum, and DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) Forum. Led by the four major domains, Education, Healthcare, Medical Research, and Social Welfare, SYNCH has equipped many students and professionals around Pakistan and in the world with skills in these fields. It has officially been recognized and appreciated by the University Of Health Sciences (UHS), Pakistan.
We have garnered an impressive portfolio, the most significant of which includes collaboration with The World Health Organization, Pakistan in active pursuance of their Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) regarding issues of the social milieu of Pakistan. Some of our major projects include Tobacco-Free Universities and Homes, Mental Health Awareness sessions, COVID-19 Awareness Campaign including Health from Home sessions, Basic Life Support Training Sessions, First Aid Training Programme, National Ration Distribution Drive, Career Counselling Sessions, Research Workshops, Free Medical Camps, Global Warming Awareness Campaign. Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign conducted in coordination with Shaukat Khanam Memorial Cancer Hospital (SKMCH), Lahore is also attributed as one of our feats. We also conduct National Leadership Summit (NLS) annually to inculcate leadership skills in students and professionals.
Our previous collaborators include The University of Health Sciences (UHS), Punjab Aids Control Program, Rescue 1122, WWF Pakistan, Institute of Psychiatry, Scientific Investigations and Global Network of Scientists (SIGNS), Dar-Ul-Qalb, International Federation for Medical Students Association (IFMSA) Pakistan, Volunteer Force Against Hepatitis Transmission (VFAHT), and Fatimid Foundation just to mention a few.
Message by the Chairman SYNCH
A dream of many ideas coming together, self-growth and human development with great passion and vision to serve the humanity for a greater cause is how SYNCH was born. Our prime aim of building SYNCH was to create a platform to offer influencing empowerment and an entity independent in all aspects of Social Welfare, Health, Education and Research.
To move, as a team, with one ideology to create leaders with strong professional skills and ethical values; to serve the humanity and to promote sustainable resources, developing individual potential and building a cohesive team of leaders around the globe, was what SYNCH laid its foundations on.
SYNCH is not just an organization but a thought & vision to deliver compassion and support to every single living organism; irrespective of race, colour, creed and language. In working, we believe in partnership with communities, societies and government bodies to bring about revolutionary transformations, for a better tomorrow. In working to achieve these aims, we will strive to create a climate of mutual respect, understanding, equity, diversity and interdependence. These changes will prove a positive motion which we will continue to practice and achieve.
With a comprehensive, determined and focused approach, well defined objectives, a clear direction and blend of smart team with firm innovative ideas and integrated technological advances, we believe that together, we all can serve humanity in a better way.
We hope our working will inspire you to join us in our mission in being Partners for Good.
Functional Wings of SYNCH:
Allied Health Sciences
Doctor Of Veterinary Medicine