Recently, Yumna Zaidi assisted her sister in hosting a one-day, free medical camp at their homestead – Muhammad Nagar. They were assisted by Transparent Hands, the largest technology platform for crowdfunding in the healthcare sector of Pakistan which offers a complete range of free healthcare services. This was a part of their outreach effort, which was aimed at providing medical assistance in remote areas of Pakistan.
Carrying On A Legacy
Yumna Zaidi’s father, Zameendar Zaidi was the Numbardar of the village Muhammad Nagar, which is located near Arifwala. However, after he passed away in 2019 due to heart failure Yumna’s eldest sister took over his responsibilities and began to oversee the affairs of their village.
The Zaidi sisters wanted to give back to their community. With the assistance of ‘Transparent Hands,’ they held a one-day, free medical camp at their village Muhammad Nagar – which currently lacks proper medical facilities. However, efforts are currently underway to establish a dispensary at Muhammad Nagar. In the meantime, villagers were provided free check-ups, medications and numerous blood tests were carried out. The turnout was impressive as many citizens arrived from far-flung and impoverished areas to avail these services for free.
Overjoyed by the outcome, Yumna Zaidi hopes to help improve the living conditions of the people of Muhammad Nagar. She’s already taken the first step and is headed in the right direction. We at FUCHSIA applaud her efforts and hope to see other Pakistani celebrities and influencers using their platforms responsibly as well. Only through collective efforts will we be able to prosper as a national and benefit those around us. Kudos!
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