Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) has teamed up with ChildLife Foundation to extend telecommunication services to over 200 remote telemedicine satellite and emergency centers throughout Pakistan.
Zarrar Hasham Khan, the Group Chief Business Solutions Officer of PTCL & Ufone 4G, and Dr. Ahson Rabbani, the CEO of ChildLife Foundation, co-chaired the event held at ChildLife Foundation’s Emergency Center at Civil Hospital, Karachi.
PTCL is providing advanced connectivity solutions to ChildLife Foundation, equipped with cutting-edge technology and managed services.
Zarrar Hasham Khan mentioned the privilege to collaborate with the ChildLife Foundation to support the well-being of children in the nation. He further emphasized that through such partnerships, PTCL continues to contribute to the development of telecommunications infrastructure, offering innovative and secure solutions to the healthcare sector, which in turn, aids the overall social advancement of the country.
Dr. Ahson Rabbani, CEO of ChildLife Foundation, highlighted the significance of this partnership in utilizing technology to bridge healthcare gaps in underserved regions. He underscored that these Telemedicine Satellite Centers, facilitated by PTCL’s communication solutions, enable remote communities to access expert pediatric consultations, overcoming barriers to quality healthcare.
The collaboration reflects ChildLife Foundation’s commitment to employing innovation and accessible healthcare to bring about positive change, ensuring that geographical constraints do not compromise a child’s health.
Both PTCL and ChildLife Foundation are dedicated to offering top-notch emergency health services to children across Pakistan. This agreement contributes to the growing momentum in various areas of ICT and Security Solutions, which are integral to building a digital ecosystem in Pakistan.