NBP donates Rs.20mn for ration distribution

KARACHI: Rehmat Ali Hasnie, SEVP & Group Chief, Inclusive Development Group, National Bank of Pakistan, handing over a cheque to Khayam Husain, Managing Director Automobile Corporation of Pakistan for Karachi Relief Trust for distribution of ration.

KARACHI: National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) has donated a sum of Rs. 20 million for rations distribution in Karachi through the Karachi Relief Trust (KRT). It is one of the many initiatives that NBP plans to take as part of its corporate social responsibility, says a Press release.
This CSR initiative is mainly for the poor and less privileged segment of society that have been most affected due to the current COVID-19 lockdown situation. NBP’s donation will help over 6,500 deserving daily wage workers, who have not been able to earn their livelihood during the lockdown.
This donation will reach out to over 33,000 individuals assuming an average family size of five.
BP decided to collaborate with KRT, a disaster management volunteer group, because of its impeccable track record. KRT is coordinating with over 50 NGOs and have developed an app called the Sindh Relief Initiative which ensures that rations are not duplicated and delivered properly.
Further, KRT has partnered with Careem to deliver rations to the doorsteps of deserving beneficiaries to maintain social distancing protocols.