PBM, Transparent Hands Trust to jointly provide Cochlear Implants to deserving children

City Reporter

Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal on Wednesday entered into another partnership with Transparent Hands Trust to provide expensive Cochlear Implants to the deserving deaf and mute children.

Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal (PBM) managing director Malik Zaheer Abbas Khokhar and Vice President of the Trust, Kashif Moeen signed the memorandum of understanding (MoU) in a ceremony held here in head office of PBM.

The MoU is aimed to equip those children with a costly Cochlear Implant Device, who are deaf by birth thus can’t speak also.

The agreement described up to rupees one million support by PBM for each device whereas the remaining amount i.e. Rs. 300,000 (Three hundred thousand) will be contributed by Transparent Hands.

Addressing the ceremony, PBM Managing Director expressed his gratitude to the trust for being part of PBM’s mission of extending hope and contentment among the deaf and mute children.

He said that following the directions of Prime Minister Imran Khan, PBM is taking proactive measures to rehabilitate the vulnerable segments of the society.

Malik Zaheer Abbas further underlined the need of philanthropists participation in this project so as to support maximum number of deaf and mute children, leading them towards independent and sovereign life ahead.

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