Today, the Embassy of Pakistan in collaboration with Nepal-Pakistan Friendship and Cultural Association (NPFCA) organized a Free Medical Camp at Pratibha Secondary School Panchkhal, Ward No. 5, Kavre, Dulikhel. This was the 15th Edition of Free Medical Camp.
The Free Medical Camp was jointly inaugurated by H.E. Ambassador Syed Haider Shah, Ambassador of Pakistan, Dr. Manju Ratna Sakya, General Secretary, Nepal-Pakistan Friendship & Cultural Association (NPFCA), and Ms. Laxmi Danuwar, Deputy Mayor of Panchkhal Municipality.
Nepalese doctors and para-medical staff (who had graduated from various medical institutions of Pakistan) provided free services. Free medical treatment and three months’ medicines were provided to more than 400 men, women and children. Patients were apprised about preventive measures against COVID-19 and they were provided with free face masks & hand sanitizers.
Ambassador Shah also handed over a gift of Projector to Ms. Laxmi Danuwar Deputy Mayor of Panchkhal Municipality for Pratibha Secondary School.
In her remarks, Mayor of Panchkhal Municipality, Ms. Laxmi Danuwar thanked the Embassy of Pakistan and NPFCA for organizing free medical camp in Panchkhal Municipality and provision of free medical facilities to the deserving people. She praised Government of Pakistan and NPFCA for generously helping humanity. She also thanked for the gift of Projector for the School.
In his remarks, Ambassador Shah said that the Free Medical Camp is a reflection of close people-to-people relations between Pakistan and Nepal. He thanked NPFCA, doctors and para-medical staff for upholding the spirit of serving humanity, inter alia, by organizing the free medial camp. Ambassador Shah reiterated Pakistan’s continued support for such medical camps in future as well.
The event was followed by plantation of fruit saplings at the compound of Pratibha Secondary School by Ambassador Shah.
26 February 2022