By TRN Online, Kathmandu, Feb 27: The Embassy of Pakistan in collaboration with Nepal-Pakistan Friendship and Cultural Association (NPFCA) organised a free medical camp on Saturday at Pratibha Secondary School in Panchkhal, Kavre.
This was the 15th edition of the medical camp.
It was jointly inaugurated by Ambassador Sayed Haider Shah, Dr. Manju Ratna Shakya, general secretary of NPFCA and Laxmi Danuwar, deputy mayor of Panchkhal Municipality, according to the press release of the embassy of Pakistan in Nepal.
Nepalese doctors and para-medical staff who had graduated from various medical institutions of Pakistan provided free services. Free medical treatment and three months' medicines were provided to more than 400 men, women and children.
Ambassador Shah also gifted a projector to the school.
On the occasion, deputy mayor Danuwar thanked the government of Pakistan for its generosity expressed in the form of medical camp and projector for the school through the embassy.
Shah viewed the health camp reflected the spirit of the close People-to-people relations between Pakistan and Nepal.
Fruit saplings were also planted in the school premises after the completion of the medical camp.