Dunya International newspaper published a detailed article on Transparent Hands on 9th April 2021. Its author, Syeda Raza, highlighted the philanthropic endeavors of Ms. Rameeza Mueen, CEO & Founder of Transparent Hands. The article also featured a report on the Medical and Surgical Camps organised by Transparent Hands at Mardan and Balakot. On March 21, 2021 Transparent Hands in association with Center for Peace and Rural Development (CPRD) organised and managed a free Medical and Surgical camp at Takht-i-Bahi Degree College for Boys, District Mardan. Hon’ble Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, Mr. Ali Muhammad Khan graced the camp with his presence. Additional Assistant Commissioner, Mr. Farman Ali, MPA Pk-54, Mr. Iftikhar Ali Mashwani, and senior township administrator, Mr. Haji Maaz Ullah Khan were also present. In this medical camp, a medical team comprised of 28 members was present. Testing facilities for Hepatitis B and C, blood sugar level and blood pressure were provided. In total, 629 patients were provided free consultation and medicines. Whereas, on 23rd March 2021, Transparent Hands organised and managed a free Medical and Surgical camp at Bahria Foundation College Balakot. In this medical camp, a medical team comprised of 28 members was present. Testing facilities for Hepatitis B and C, blood sugar level and blood pressure along with facility of ultrasound was provided. In total 770 patients were provided free consultation and medicines. Director of Operations, Transparent Hands, Mr. Raheel Abbas also presented the shield to the Bahria Project Manager Mr. Adnan Ahmad Rana, Bahria Regional Manager Cdr (Retd) Abdul Rehman, IG Sindh (Retd) and Ex Secretary Anti-Narcotics Mr. Iqbal Mehmood, and to the Principal of Bahria Foundation College Mr. Muhammad Hanif. Transparent Hands efforts in serving the impoverished across Pakistan were also recognized by the honorable guests. IG Sindh (Retd) and Ex Secretary Anti-Narcotics, Mr. Iqbal Mehmood distributed certificates to Director of Operations Raheel Abbas. He also distributed shields and certificates to the staff members of Transparent Hands in recognition of their effortless work at the camp. Natives of Mardan and Balakot were grateful to Transparent Hands for holding this camp in their locality. The author of the article, Syeda Raza has applauded Transparent Hands for being among the few non-profit organisations that carry on their endeavours with such zeal. She further shed light on the importance of donors in terms of materializing such events.
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