Pakistan Navy organizes medical camps in Lagos as good gesture
LAGOS (92 News) – Pakistan Navy Ships has organized medical camps in Lagos, Nigeria, as a good gesture and provided medical treatment and medicines to thousands of patients.
According to the spokesperson of Pakistan Navy, Pakistan Navy’s ships MOAWIN and ASLAT were given warm welcome on arrival at seaport.
The people of Nigeria thanked the Pakistan Navy for organizing medical camp.
Mission Commander also held meetings with Nigerian officials and discussed issues of mutual interest and the promotion of bilateral maritime cooperation.
During meeting, the mission commander apprised Nigerian officials about the grave human rights violations by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir.
Earlier, with an aim to facilitate and educate the local populace about eye related diseases, the PNS in collaboration with Eye Sight Trust established Free Eye Camp at Gujjo village of District Thatta in Sindh.
A team of qualified eye specialists from Pakistan Navy and Eye Sight Trust along with related paramedical staff was deputed at the eye camp.
The team provided free consultation to visiting patients from Gujjo and adjoining areas. Besides providing basic eye treatment, free medicines and glasses were also distributed among patients.
In addition to treatment, a lecture was also given to the locals on common eye infections, ophthalmic diseases and preventive measure.
A large number of patients including men, women and children were treated at the Eye Camp.