‘Clinics on Wheels’ Project Launched by Punjab CM Maryam Nawaz

News Desk2 weeks ago

Four million residents of the province will have access to healthcare through 200 mobile clinics as part of the project.

The chief minister spoke at the event and announced that these clinics will be set up in heavily populated parts of large cities where citizens frequently have trouble getting hospital care.
She went on to say that the province government is bringing healthcare to people’s doorsteps.

Additionally, Maryam Nawaz declared that eight Punjabi cities—Mianwali, Gujranwala, Sialkot, Jhelum, Sahiwal, Murree, and Layyah—will have cutting-edge cardiology facilities.

Maryam Nawaz Sharif, the Chief Minister of Punjab, approved the reinstatement of the laptop program for students in the province earlier in the day.

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During this occasion, the chief minister stressed how important it is to improve the infrastructure for education, especially in poor areas.

The promotion of higher education, the laptop program, and student transportation options were all covered at the briefing. It also decided to prioritize the establishment of new institutions and universities in underprivileged areas.

It was reported to Maryam Nawaz that there are presently over 650,000 students registered in Punjabi universities, of which 44% are boys and 56% are girls, in both the public and private sectors.

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