[Lahore, Pakistan] – Transparent Hands has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Allah Walay Trust for a collaboration in our medical camps. The MoU was signed by Mr. Raheel Abbas, Director Operations, and Mr. Faysal Hameed, Head of Corporate Affairs, representing Transparent Hands, and Mr. Shahid Lone, the Chairman of Allah Walay Trust.
Under the MoU, Allah Walay Trust will provide eye inspection, spectacles, and basic eye treatment to poor patients who visit our medical camps. The collaboration will be a part of Transparent Hands’ upcoming medical camps that provide free medical consultation, treatments, medicines, diagnostic tests, and preventive healthcare sessions to underprivileged communities.
Transparent Hands has been actively working to improve the healthcare sector in Pakistan by providing free medical and surgical treatment to people who cannot afford it. We have conducted around 2,286 successful surgeries and treated thousands of patients in our medical camps across the country.
Mr. Raheel Abbas, Director Operations at Transparent Hands, expressed his excitement about the collaboration, saying, “We are thrilled to work with Allah Walay Trust and join hands for a good cause. Our joint efforts will bring relief to needy and poor people and help us reach more in need of aid.”
Mr. Shahid Lone, Chairman of Allah Walay Trust, also shared his views about the collaboration, saying, “We are grateful to Transparent Hands for giving us an opportunity to serve the people of Pakistan. We will make sure to provide the best possible services to the patients visiting the medical camps.”
This collaboration will help both organizations to work towards a shared goal of providing quality healthcare services to people in need. Transparent Hands hopes to continue such collaborations with different organizations to reach more people and provide them with the medical attention they deserve.