Metrix Pakistan, hosted a free medical camp, in Tarnawa Khanpur, aimed at providing essential healthcare services to the underprivileged.
The event witnessed an overwhelming response, with over 500 attendees from various villages in the upper Khanpur region. The local community expressed their gratitude for the efforts made by Metrix Pakistan and the other organizations in delivering vital medical services. The medical camp offered a wide range of health services, including general check-ups, vaccinations, and treatments for common illnesses.
It is noteworthy that Metrix Pakistan has a strong focus on rural areas and is committed to uplifting the health, technology, and youth in these areas. The organization recently conducted a similar free medical camp in Chamahad, Abbottabad, and has plans to hold such events in all the rural areas of the Hazara division. This was evident in their successful organization of the largest technology summit in Pakistan, the Metrix Tech Summit, at Hazara University, Manshera. Metrix Pakistan continues to make a positive impact on the lives of people in rural Pakistan, and they are determined to continue their work in the future.
Co-Founder Tashfeen Ahmed Malik stated that the organization would extend all necessary support to the people of rural areas in the future, besides conducting free medical camps in remote areas of Hazara division. The medical camp received additional support from Raja Junaid Zaman, grandson of the former chief minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Raja Sikandar Zaman, Ifkhtikhar Mughal, and the villagers who ensured the success of the event. Their contributions were crucial in making the camp more accessible to the local community and underscoring the importance of providing medical services in rural areas.