Dawlance and Arcelik, Turkey Donate Mechanical Ventilators to Major Hospitals in Pakistan
The whole world has suddenly come to a vague halt, as the COVID-19 has spread severely to create unprecedented socio-economic challenges, disorderly lives, incomes, societies, and industries. Responsible enterprises are responding to it, by contributing funds and resources, to fulfill their social compulsion to ensure sustainability. The community needs to take motivation and support these initiatives that are helping the people and governments in original ways, to minimize the spread and impact of the disease.
Pakistan is also continuing with its battle against Corona-Virus, every citizen must play a role in observance with the defensive measures and advisories issued by the global health-authorities. While many companies are simply contributing cash to the COVID-Relief initiatives of the Federal & Provincial governments, others have teamed up with humanitarian organizations to feed and support the most susceptible and affected segments.
Limiting economic-disruption is critical under these situations, therefore a few companies have taken more new measures, to keep the commercial cycle moving, while they reach out to provide the basic needs of citizens. The nation must appreciate the excellent efforts of its frontline forces and the corporate enterprises who are providing valuable assistance to improve health-care and the economic situation to reduce the people’s suffering and save valuable lives.
In Pakistan’s biggest home appliance company, Dawlance was one of the leading firms that contributed to curbing the crisis even during a time of tough economic situation and has donated bigheartedly from the onset to minimize the high risk faced by the noble doctors and paramedical staff. Previously, Dawlance donated a large number of Incubation-Chambers, PPE Shields, Refrigerators, Air Conditioners, and other appliances, to better provide major hospitals all over Pakistan. These incubation-chambers and PPEs were produced within the factories of Dawlance to protect the medical professionals from direct experience to the virus.