Sarhad rural support program donate relief items to district hospital


Gul Hamaad Farooqi


Sarhad Rural Support Program (SRSP) in collaboration with Pakistan Afghanistan Tajikistan Regional Integration Program (PATRIP) Foundation provided free Corona Virus Prevention Equipment to District Headquarters Hospital Chitral at a cost of Rs. 3.4 million. The relief supplies include masks, surgical masks, cover all suits, face shades, surgical gloves, surgical head covers, surgical shows and other items.
A function was also held at District Headquarters Hospital Chitral on this occasion in which Deputy Commissioner Chitral was the chief guest. At the ceremony, SRSP Chief Executive Officer Shahzada Masood ul Mulk handed over the relief items to Dr. Shamim, Medical Superintendent, DHQ Hospital. On this occasion, he said that SRSP had earlier provided relief goods worth Rs. 12.9 million to the provincial government and our organization stands by the government in every hour of need.
The Deputy Commissioner also appreciated the services of SRSP in cooperating with the government in construction and development works in the backward areas. At the ceremony, certificates of appreciation were also given to those who fought on the front lines of the Corona virus allies.
The award was presented by SRSP Chief Executive Prince Masood Al-Mulk, District Program Manager Tariq Ahmed, LHW Program Coordinator Dr Saleem Saifullah, AKHK Anwar Baig, Traders Union Darosh President Haji Gul Nawaz, DHO Chitral. Dr. Haider presented certificates of appreciation to Ralmalik, Darosh Police Station, Chitral Police Station and Ishrat K SHOs, Chitral Levies soldiers and other concerned persons.
On this occasion, the Vice President of the Paramedical Association complained that DC Chitral neither gave us any certificate of appreciation nor praised us but did not even mention our name which made us very disappointed.

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