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Bank Alfalah and Indus Hospital Join Forces to Establish Primary Care Health Facility in Flood-Affected District Thatta

In a bid to address the healthcare needs of flood-affected communities, Bank Alfalah, a leading commercial bank in Pakistan, has forged a strategic partnership with the Indus Hospital & Health Network (IHHN). The collaboration aims to establish a Primary Care Health Facility in District Thatta, at Makli, to provide essential healthcare services to those affected by the recent devastating floods.

Bank Alfalah and Indus Hospital Join Forces to Establish Primary Care Health Facility in Flood-Affected District Thatta

Under the visionary leadership of His Excellency Sheikh Nahayan bin Mubarak Al Nahayan, Chairman of Bank Alfalah, the bank has pledged a significant contribution of $10 million towards humanitarian efforts in Pakistan. This partnership with IHHN represents a crucial phase 2 plan to address long-term healthcare challenges in flood-affected regions.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Bank Alfalah and IHHN outlines the establishment of the Primary Care Health Facility, with IHHN responsible for sharing the project plan and proposing necessary equipment specifications, infrastructure needs, and qualified contractors/providers. Bank Alfalah has pledged PKR 25 million towards the capital expenditure for the facility’s establishment, showcasing its commitment to social responsibility and supporting communities in need.

Atif Bajwa, President and CEO of Bank Alfalah, expressed pride in collaborating with IHHN, stating, “Bank Alfalah is committed to playing a proactive role in humanitarian efforts, and this partnership is a testament to our commitment to supporting communities, especially in times like these.”

Dr. Abdul Bari Khan, President of Indus Hospital and Health Network, emphasized the significance of the collaboration, stating, “Bank Alfalah’s partnership with Indus Hospital & Health Network For Humanitarian Response marks a significant step towards addressing the immediate healthcare needs of the flood-affected population in District Thatta.”

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The MoU between Bank Alfalah and Indus Hospital & Health Network For Humanitarian Response underscores the corporate sector’s pivotal role in sustainable healthcare development and highlights the power of collective action in creating positive change for communities in need.

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