Transparent Hands has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF). This partnership will allow the organization to further its efforts in providing quality healthcare to Pakistan’s poor and underprivileged communities.
PPAF, a leading non-profit organization that aims to alleviate poverty in Pakistan, will support and sponsor Transparent Hands’ medical camps across the country. These camps are part of the organization’s mission to provide free healthcare to the needy, which includes medical checkups, surgeries, and treatments.
“We are thrilled to have PPAF on board with us in our mission to provide quality healthcare to the poor and underprivileged people of Pakistan,” said Raheel Abbas, the Director of Operations at Transparent Hands. “Their support and sponsorship will enable us to reach out to more communities in need and provide them with the healthcare they deserve.”
The medical camps organized by Transparent Hands are staffed with highly qualified doctors and medical personnel who volunteer their time and expertise to provide quality healthcare to the underserved communities of Pakistan. The camps offer free medical checkups, consultation, diagnostic tests, treatments, and medicine to those who cannot afford them, regardless of their gender, age, or religion.
“PPAF is committed to supporting initiatives that aim to alleviate poverty in Pakistan,” said Mr. Irshad Khan Abbasi of PPAF. “We believe that Transparent Hands’ efforts to provide free healthcare to the underserved communities of Pakistan align with our goals, and we are proud to support their work.”
This partnership marks another milestone for Transparent Hands in its mission to provide quality healthcare to the underprivileged communities of Pakistan. With the support of PPAF, the organization will be able to continue its efforts to improve the health and well-being of those in need.