Indus Hospital’s Youth Program Partners with The C.A.S School for Community Upliftment

Karachi, Indus Yaqeen, the youth empowerment initiative by Indus Hospital and Health Network (IHHN), has forged a new partnership with The C.A.S School, Karachi. This collaboration aims to offer students an array of opportunities for engagement and service in support of IHHN’s mission to provide quality healthcare to the nation’s underprivileged sectors.

According to The Indus Hospital, the partnership was formalized through a Memorandum of Understanding signed by Sami Mustafa, Principal of The C.A.S School, and Dr. Abdul Bari Khan, President of IHHN. This agreement marks a significant step towards combining educational resources with healthcare initiatives to foster a compassionate and responsible future generation.

The collaboration is designed to enrich the educational experience of C.A.S School students by involving them in activities that promote the welfare of underserved communities, aligning with IHHN’s foundational goal of extending high-quality healthcare services to those in need. Indus Yaqeen emphasizes the importance of empathy and social responsibility, encouraging students to actively participate in efforts that make a tangible difference in the lives of others.

This joint effort between Indus Yaqeen and The C.A.S School represents a shared commitment to uplifting the livelihoods of Pakistan’s marginalized populations through education, empowerment, and direct action.

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