Srinagar: As part of providing succour to COVID patients, J&K Yateem Foundation (JKYF) Bhaderwah Unit delegation held meeting with Block Medical Officer Dr Shakeel Ahmad at Sub District Hospital, Bhaderwah to discuss complementary help and support to the medical fraternity to cope up with the gigantic challenge of ongoing COVID pandemic.
The meeting discussed working on awareness and sensitisation among common people about COVID vaccination and COVID Appropriate Behaviour including wearing of scientifically approved face masks, maintaing 1-2 metre physical distancing at public places, hand hygiene and adhering to the guidelines about Corona Curfew to ensure protection of all people. The volunteers offered all kinds of help, support and assistance in dealing with the urgent needs & requirements of COVID patients and their families.
The Unit team assured BMO that JKYF volunteers shall remain available 24*7 for any kind of service required at SDH for COVID or general patients.
BMO appreciated and thanked JKYF volunteers for noble intentions and offer for humanitarian service.
The delegation comprised of Mr Sajjad Hussain Vice Tehsil Representative JKYF ,Mr.Rashid Nazir, Secretary JKYF and senior volunteers namely Mr Irshad Ahmad, Mr. Naseer Ahmed and Mr. Aaquib Nazir.
JKYF volunteer team also visited the General Ward at SDH while adhering to COVID SOPs and enquired about the well being of patients and need of any help or assistance for the patients. During the visit a needy patient was found who was an accidental case with multiple injuries and mental disorder having 6 children with no source of income,an immediate help of Rupees 10 thousand was provided to the patient.
The patients and attendants appreciated the noble gesture of JKYF volunteers.
Meanwhile, JKYF Bhaderwah is working on Succour Package for COVID patients admitted at SDH Bhaderwah that was discussed in its meeting at Unit Office.
Chairman JKYF Mohammad Ahsan Rather has already enjoined upon all volunteers across J&K to synergise and supplement efforts of all credible voluntary organisations and JK Administration to extend maximum help and support in all feasible forms. He thanked and appreciated the monetary and other kinds of support from general donors, well wishers and philanthropists in making possible for JKYF to reach out to the needy people with succour in most difficult and testing times for the past over 14 months since outbreak of COVID pandemic.
Chairman urged volunteers to strictly follow COVID Appropriate Behaviour and work with humility, honesty and sincerity for the overall well being of all COVID patients and maximum possible support for their families who remain distressed due to hard prevailing pandemic.