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CS applauds HFWH for serving blood genetic disorder patients.

Peshawar -- Khyber PukhtunKhwa Chief Secretary Muhammad Saleem Khan lauded Hamza Foundation Welfare Hospital's (HFWH) vast charitable services being extended to save thousands of precious lives of affected children of Thalassemia and Hemophilia in the province since 2006.

He expressed these views while enquiring about Thalassemia and Hemophilia registered poor patients during his visit to Hamza Foundation Peshawar on Sunday. He appreciated the valuable free services of Hamza Foundation being continued under the committed management and professional staff to help thousands of affected blood genetic disorder patients of under privileged community.

He said in a way, Hamza Foundation Peshawar in fact assisting the government responsibility with meager resources and public support which is highly commendable. The chief secretary committed to extend all out support of present government to help Hamza Foundation's humanitarian cause for maximum extension of its charitable services for the benefits of Thalassemia and Hemophilia patients.

He also visited various sections which included modern laboratory and blood transfusion ward of Hamza Foundation. He met with patients and parents. Ijaz Ali Khan Founder Chairman of Hamza Foundation earlier welcomed Chief Secretary Muhammad Saleem Khan and thanked him for his visit besides appreciated his commitment for the cause of Hamza Foundation. Later, Chief Secretary distributed award shields among volunteers' social workers and staff of the Foundation.

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Publication:Pakistan Observer (Islamabad, Pakistan)
Geographic Code:9PAKI
Date:May 27, 2019
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