Engro Fertilizers has held hands with Sehat Kahani, to utilize its telemedicine stage to advance quality social insurance for all in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Under this initiative, Engro will bolster Sehat Kahani by adding 100 additional specialists to the telemedicine application to encourage a more noteworthy number of virtual meetings. Because of no physical contact, this will assist with lessening the spread of COVID-19 in networks and clinical staff on the cutting edges too.
As indicated by Ghias Khan – President and CEO of Engro Corporation, “The COVID-19 has helped us that the test to remember moderate and solid human services must be critically tended to in Pakistan. Tragically over half of the nation’s populace doesn’t approach fundamental essential human services administrations. In this manner, our motivation driven organization with Sehat Kahani plans to profit residents by democratizing human services access through joining of innovation and creative arrangements”.
Nadir Qureshi, CEO of Engro Fertilizers, included that, “For more than 54 years Engro Fertilizers has upheld different business and network advancement activities particularly in the country regions of Pakistan. This association with Sehat Kahani in another progression in a similar way that we accept will help improve provincial access to social insurance. By carrying this advanced answer for country networks we try to have our impact to forestall the spread of COVID-19 and InshaAllah guarantee better wellbeing for everybody around us”.
Dr. Sara Saeed, CEO of Sehat Kahani, said that “During the lockdown and COVID-19 circumstance, we have seen a persistent uptick in the pattern of using Sehat Kahani’s telemedicine application and system of e-facilities. We are amped up for this organization with Engro as it will encourage our central goal of advancing quality human services access among probably the most underserved networks in Pakistan, with our female specialists driving the battle against COVID-19 crisis”.