Action taken against Covid-19 & flood
in Sindh Province
Hamdard Foundation Pakistan has distributed 8,000 ration bags among the deserving families affected by the Pandemic namely Covid-19 lockdown across the country.
The Foundation has also provided protective medicines to on duty police and other law enforcement officials in Karachi. Daily-wage earners have also been severely affected by the lockdown, which has been enforced by the government to prevent the possible spread of the corona virus in the country.
Recognizing their needs and the hardship which they face, Hamdard Foundation Pakistan distributed 8,000 ration bags among deserving families in a dignified way in different cities of the country, including Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Peshawar and Quetta.
These bags included essential food items along with medicine that helps prevent the spread of the corona virus. In addition, law enforcement officials who are at the frontline against the Covid-19 were given protective medicine packets, especially prepared by Hamdard.
These packets included hand sanitizers, Qulzum, Infuza and Instant Joshanda.
Flood Relief Camps
Hamdard Foundation Pakistan has set up a number of relief camps to cope with the emergency situation caused by heavy monsoon rain in Sindh province. These camps were for consecutive 15 days nonstop, 06 camps per day,
provided much needed medical assistance to the affected communities with free medical check-ups and medicines. These camps were equipped with Unani as well as Allopathic medicines and qualified Physicians / Hakims were present at sites to diagnose the patients.
Blankets and Ration Distribution
As per practice in vogue, Hamdard Foundation Pakistan distributed Blankets and Ration Bags to the poor and needy people of villages adjacent to the Hamdard University which was extended to other cities of Interior Sindh that included Mithi, Islamkot, Nawkot, Nagarparkar, Mirpurkhas and Qazi Ahmad.