FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 19, 2024
Transparent Hands and PSRD – Pakistan Society for Rehabilitation of Differently Abled Sign MOU to Improve Healthcare Access for Differently Abled Citizens.
Transparent Hands, a leading nonprofit organization providing free medical treatment to the poor and underprivileged in Pakistan, is pleased to announce a new partnership with PSRD – Pakistan Society for Rehabilitation of Differently Abled. On January 4, 2024, the two organizations signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to provide free orthopedic surgeries to deserving patients.
The MOU was signed by Raheel Abbas, Director of Transparent Hands, and Dr. Muhammad Numan Zikriya, Administrator of PSRD, Hospital.
This partnership will allow the Pakistan Society for Rehabilitation of Differently Abled to work.
with Transparent Hands towards the common goal of improving the underprivileged community’s access to life-changing orthopedic and other general treatments.
With this collaboration, we hope to accomplish the following goals:
- Giving impoverished patients free life-changing orthopedic surgery.
- Lessening the financial strain on families so they can devote funds to other necessary costs.
- One of the main outcomes of the partnership between Transparent Hands and PSRD is better access to healthcare for less fortunate people.
“The collaboration with PSRD marks a new high for Transparent Hands and its promise to provide free healthcare to people. We needed an orthopedic hospital on our panel and with this partnership, we will be able to facilitate even more people who suffer from musculoskeletal issues. I am hopeful that our work with PSRD will transform lives.” – Raheel Abbas, Director, Transparent Hands
This synergistic opportunity will enable both organizations to contribute their skills and expertise for the betterment of underprivileged communities.
Since 2014, Transparent Hands has worked tirelessly to provide free surgeries and organize free medical camps. With its partnership with the Pakistan Society for Rehabilitation of Differently Abled, Transparent Hands aims to work for the common goal of making quality healthcare accessible for those who need it most.