Serving Hands checks, treats 754 in Sujawal & gives free medicines

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SUJAWAL: Dr Sikandar Ali President, Serving Hands Organization in a group photo with the children affected by floods in Sujawal, Sunday.

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KARACHI: Serving Hands Organization has checked and treated as many as 754 poor patients including children and women of emerged epidemics of typhoid, gastroenteritis, malaria vomiting and loose motions, skin diseases by skilled doctors, nurses and paramedics and also distributed free medicines to the patients, says a Press release.

Serving Hands Organization thanking the Almighty Allah for another landmark & joint venture of the Serving Hands Organization and the “Combined Efferts” for the flood relief victims of District Sujawal, Sindh has disclosed that advanced free medical and rashan relief camps were organized by the Serving Hands Organization and Combined Efforts for flood effectees in poor villages of district Sujawal Sindh, with the sheltered collaboration of Pakistan Naval SSG team.

Dr Sikandar Ali President, Serving Hands Organization has appreciated Comdr Asif, Comdr Tahir, Cmndr Uzair and young energetic Lt Comndr Danial who and his SSG commandoes helped out our skilled medical team of Serving Hands Organization for the smooth and disciplined arrangements.

He said Pakistan Navy jawans throughout very hot day helped out our other team the “Combined Efforts” lead by Yasir Hashmi and Faisal to distribute bulk quantity of Rashan, dry foods, juices, milk packs, biscuits, mosquito nets, dariyan, chatai and clothes for displaced suffering families.

Commodore Asif and Lt Cmndr Danial thanked the true efforts of Serving Hands Organization and Combined Efforts teams for these flood relief camps.

Dr Sikandar Ali Shaikh promised for the continuation of their medical & relief efforts for the flood victims of Pakistan.
Muhammad Saeed senior vice president of Serving Hands Organization informed about their upcoming decision for distribution of free medical/Rashan relief camps for District Dadu, Sukkur, Sehwan and surrounding villages with Commodore Jawad and his SSG team of Pakistan Navy.

Dr Sikandar Ali was thankful for the generosity of Waseem Khan of Gohar Textile, Arshad Anwar Pamco, Amir Patni, Suman Shah from France, Basit Jalili from USA, Ahsan Afzal from USA, Imran Khan and Hashim Syed from USA.