Oct. 5, ISLAMABAD – Throughout collaboration with Sehat Kahani and the Government of Sindh, Zong 4G has set up medical clinics in the province’s flood-affected districts to help those in need of treatment and advice.
According to specifics, these partners are covering locations that are still in need of assistance during phase 2 of the flood relief effort. Numerous people have already received treatment in these medical camps. Gastroenteritis and other illnesses have emerged in the flood-affected parts of Sindh province in southern Pakistan.
An official statement read, “We’ll continue to work towards our mission and provide as much aid as we can to the flood affectees,” adding that some people have lost everything and are still fighting for their lives due to various water-borne and other diseases that are common in flood-stricken areas.
According to a Zong official statement, Zong 4G is dedicated to continuing its efforts for the rehabilitation and relief of flood-affected people around the country in this time of need by utilizing its sector-leading alliances with different CSR partners in the fields of E-health and Tele-medicine. During the COVID Pandemic, the business previously collaborated with Sehat Kahani to offer more than 12000 health sessions to the disadvantaged.