Transparent Hands and Kingston College Sign MOU to Mobilize Youth for Community Development and Improved Healthcare Access
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 Kingston College. On August 24, 2023, the two organizations signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to mobilize the youth of Pakistan in the pursuit of community development and improving healthcare access for all.
The MOU was signed by Rameeza Mueen, Chief Executive Officer of Transparent Hands; Raheel Abbas, Director of Operations of Transparent Hands; Naila Farrukh, Vice Principal of Kingston College; and Riffat Sharif, Head of A-Levels of Kingston College.
The partnership will allow Kingston College students to work closely with Transparent Hands in various capacities, including unpaid internships, volunteer work, marketing, and fundraising tasks.
Responsibilities of Kingston College:
- Refer students to Transparent Hands for unpaid internships.
- Provide financial support to Transparent Hands.
- Collect funding for Transparent Hands medical camps and patients.
- Refer students to Transparent Hands for its “Transparent Hands Impact Force” volunteer program.
Responsibilities of Transparent Hands:
- Engage students in marketing activities.
- Provide opportunities for unpaid internships to Kingston College students.
- Engage Kingston College students in medical camps in the Punjab region.
- Engage students in peer-to-peer fundraising initiatives.
This synergistic opportunity will enable Kingston College students to contribute their skills and expertise to Transparent Hands while also gaining practical experience in the non-profit sector.
Since 2014, Transparent Hands has been working tirelessly to provide free surgeries and organize free medical camps. With its partnership with Kingston College, Transparent Hands aims to spread awareness and mobilize the youth further for the common goal of making quality healthcare accessible for those who need it most.