Transparent Hands CEO Rameeza Mueen recently gave a talk at Forman Christian College, which was attended by students, faculty, and representatives of various organizations. She shared Transparent Hands’ journey and all the milestones the organization has successfully crossed since 2014. Several students, including Laraib Agha, Anooshe Aslam, Zeemal Rashid, Mahrukh Waseem, Christopher Robert, and Ahmed Riaz, also gave presentations at the Forman Management Event.
Commenting on Transparent Hands’ journey, Ms. Rameeza Mueen said, “The most important advice I have for the leaders of tomorrow is to invest in people. When you work closely with the people who share your passion for a noble cause, you can unlock great achievements. Transparent owes its exponential growth over the years to all those that have been working enthusiastically to help us champion the cause of making quality health care accessible to the underprivileged.”
Since 2014, Transparent Hands has provided free surgical and medical treatments to over 50,000 deserving patients in Pakistan. We have also held more than 130 free medical camps and preventive healthcare sessions in the remote and impoverished areas of the country.
Transparent Hands’ efforts and achievements were appreciated by the attendees. We hope to share learnings from even greater achievements at such events in the future.