Paraplegic Centre Peshawar (PCP) is a 120-bed facilityestablished by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in 1984 and re-established as an autonomous institution under an act of parliament in 2009, in collaboration with the Department of Health, Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. PCP’s vision is to enable people with spinal cord injuries in Pakistan to reach their maximum potential and to transform society by optimizing their functional mobility, minimizing barriers, building skills, and encouraging inclusion.

PCP provides free of cost, comprehensive physical rehabilitation services, including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, orthotic management, psychological counselling, recreational activities, skills building, community re-integration, provision of custom-made wheelchairs and adaptive/supportive equipment, follow up services including minor home modifications, and medical and nursing care to people with spinal cord injuries from throughout Pakistan. In collaboration with ICRC, PCP has also established a state-of-the-art facility to treat children born with club foot deformity free of cost.