JS Bank – one of Pakistan’s fastest-growing Banks – is carrying out its relief efforts for flood victims with full zeal. JS Bank is catering to thousands of people in flood-impacted areas.
The recent spell of monsoon in Pakistan was the worst in over a decade. Many districts in Sindh, Balochistan, Punjab, and KPK faced flash floods, leading to severe destruction and displacement of over 33 million people while killing over 1400.
To help the flood victims, JS Bank set up mobile clinics and is carrying out daily food ration drives in the flood-impacted areas. Moreover, JS Bank has teamed up with partners such as the Sindhi Association of North America (SANA) to provide medical facilities to flood victims.
Relief activities are taking place in Districts Jamshoro (Sehwan), Dadu & Larkana along with surrounding areas. These include villages, Mirzapur, Bubak Band Manchar, Arazi, Warrah, Lakki Shah Saddar, Kai, Bago Sher, Nawab Khan Rind, and Hajji Khan Noohani amongst others. The estimated outreach of this program will be 20,000+ people and is expected to grow as the efforts are expanded to further areas.
Basir Shamsie – President & CEO, JS Bank personally visited the camps, along with senior team members to review the efforts of the JS Flood Relief team, which has been working on the ground.
Basir Shamsie, President & CEO along with senior team members Jamil Memon, Head of Admin & CSR; Fayaz Damra, GM Sukkur and Hasan Saeed, Chief of Staff among others personally visited the flood-affected villages and commended the efforts of the JS Flood Relief team.#JSFloodRelief pic.twitter.com/ynAPz5ezFX
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Speaking at the location, Basir Shamsie said, “JS Bank is committed to giving back to the community in which it operates and is actively making efforts to ease the difficulties of the affectees, as it had done in the 2010 floods. We are standing by the nation and will continue to do in times to come.”
Meanwhile, Jamil Memon, Head of JS Bank Administration said, “We are focusing our efforts on hard-to-reach villages in the area to provide relief to those who are in the worst impacted conditions.”
To extend care and support to the families displaced due to the recent flood in Sindh, the Bank, along with its Mahvash and Jahangir Siddiqui Foundation, sent out its health team comprising doctors, para-medical staff, dispensers, and helpers along with its fleet of ambulances and food rations for more than 3,000 families, to provide assistance to the affectees.