Relief team of Jazz reached Quetta, Baluchistan, with food supplies for the destitute as per its partnership with the Edhi Foundation.
Under the presence of the Deputy Speaker National Assembly,Qasim Khan Suri, the food rations, which can last an average family for four weeks, were distributed amongst 3000 individuals.
QasimKhan Suri commended Jazz’s continuous support for families and individuals impacted by the lockdown and called on other organizations to follow suit and concentrate relief efforts in Baluchistan.
So far food rations have been distributed to families in Islamabad and Quetta, and relief teams of Jazz will now carry out distribution drives in Karachi, Peshawar and Lahore. This food distribution drive is a part of the company’s PKR 1.2 billion COVID-19 relief package announced earlier for emergency health services, communicative services, and food rations for vulnerable communities amidst the lockdown.
Jazz is closely monitoring the ongoing situation and has launched a unique portal for this purpose.
Jazz has contributed PKR 50 million to the Prime Minister’s COVID-19 Pandemic Relief Fund, in line with its commitment to support the government in the fight against COVID-19. In a meeting that took place between Prime Minister Imran Khan and Jazz CEO, Aamir Ibrahim, support for those in need during these trying times were reiterated. The cheque was presented to the Government specifically for health relief and food rations.