Telenor contributes Rs 10 million for IDPs


Telenor contributes Rs 10 million for IDPs

In a recent press release by Telenor, it has stated that the company has contributed Rs10 million to the internally displaced persons (IDPs) of North Waziristan through its emergency response partner, Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS).

Telenor is one of the mobile operators of Pakistan that is taking interest in helping IDPs. Now Telenor contributes Rs 10 million for IDPs.

PRCS will use the contribution to provide clean drinking water by setting up water filtration plants along with hygienic sanitation to around 15,000 individuals.

Pakistan Red Crescent Society was founded in 1947 after Pakistan’s independence by an order called ‘The Pakistan Red Cross Order’ led by Nurse Saloni Malik. The society has helped millions of Pakistanis overcome disease and disaster, by offering support services for Pakistanis, which include, food, clean water, and medical services.

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