PRCS handed over two ambulances to BHUs in SW

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Adam Khan Wazir
Wana

Pakistan Red Crescent Society Merged Areas (PRCS-MA) on Sunday handed over one well equipped ambulance each to Basic Health Unit (BHU) Baloch Kot and BHU Chaghmalai, district South Waziristan. In a statement, the Chairman PRCS-MA, Asif Khan Mehsud handed over both the ambulances during a ceremony that was attended by Brigadier Syed Qasim Mehmood commander of sector headquarters in South Waziristan and elders of the area.

According to details another milestone achieved by the Pakistan Red Crescent Society Merged Areas (PRCS-MA’s), under the chairmanship of Mr. Asif Khan Mehsud. Two fully equipped ambulances were handed over to Basic Health Unit (BHU) Baloch Kot and BHU Chaghmalia, district South Waziristan along with the construction and extension of the BHU Chagmalai Building that will be completed by October 2022.

During his Chairmanship, the PRCS initiated different endeavors generally and specifically in the health sector and now the chapter is successfully operating 9 BHUs in Merged Districts. While these Health Centers facilitated 0.04 million patients by providing free medicines to the most vulnerable communities across the Tribal Districts.

On the other side, PRCS constructed 190 community latrines and distributed 12,000 water filtrations kits. During the first and second tenure of Mr. Asif Khan Mehsud PRCS distributed more than 86 thousand health and Hygiene Kits, Masks.

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