SEHER with support of American Refugee's Commission operated the primary health care services for Afghan Refugees in Balochistan. In the Afghan refugee villages of Pishin and Quetta, SEHER operated two Basic Health Units, three Sub Health Units, two Reproductive Health Units and five youth clubs. In these facilities a full cadre of Medical Officers and other BHU/RH Unit staff provided primary health care services six days a week in the refugee villages. Moreover, the facilities included the provision of primary healthcare, protection, livelihood and community development services. Considering the Afghan Refugee Management Strategy (ARMS) of the Government of Pakistan and UNHCR in 2013. SEHER made vital contribution in the operation and run the largest operation of Health with key responsibility of Human Resource Management, Logistics and health units management in 2012.