Transparent Hands and Pakistan Bait ul Mal (PBM) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) aimed at providing free cochlear implants to birth-impaired children. The MoU was signed by Mr. Raheel Abbas, Director of Operations at Transparent Hands, and Dr. Javed, Medical Director of Pakistan Bait ul Mal. The signing ceremony was attended by representatives from both organizations, as well as members of the media.
Under the agreement, Transparent Hands will provide cochlear implants to birth-impaired children referred by PBM, free of cost. The cost of the implants, as well as the associated medical and surgical expenses, will be borne by Transparent Hands.
Speaking at the signing ceremony, Mr. Raheel Abbas said, “We are proud to be partnering with Pakistan Bait ul Mal to provide free cochlear implants to birth-impaired children. This initiative is in line with our mission to provide quality healthcare to underprivileged communities in Pakistan.”
Dr. Javed, Medical Director of Pakistan Bait ul Mal, said, “We are grateful to Transparent Hands for their support in this important initiative. Cochlear implants can make a life-changing difference for children who are born with hearing impairment. This partnership will help us provide this critical treatment to those who need it the most.”
It is noteworthy that Transparent Hands has already operated on more than 100 cases, and in 2023, Transparent Hands and Pakistan Bait ul Mal have plans to operate on more than 100 cases. This is a significant undertaking, and it highlights the organizations’ commitment to improving healthcare outcomes for underprivileged communities in Pakistan. The partnership between Pakistan Bait ul Mal and Transparent Hands is a step forward in addressing the healthcare needs of underprivileged communities in Pakistan. By providing free cochlear implants to birth-impaired children, the organizations are helping to ensure that every child has the opportunity to live a healthy and fulfilling life.