Dawaai Uses Technology to Aid COVID-19 Relief Efforts

HealthDawaai Uses Technology to Aid COVID-19 Relief Efforts

Dawaai - In honor of World Blood Donor Day to be observed on June 14, Dawaai, an Online Pharmacy, is utilizing its platform to aid COVID-19 relief efforts by creating a directory of recovered patients willing to donate plasma for affectees undergoing treatment. Dawaai has enabled recovered patients to register as plasma donors through the Dawaai social media platforms. www.facebook.com/dawaaipk www.instagram.com/dawaaipk www.instagram.com/dawaaipk While there are several citizen initiatives connecting donors and patients, Dawaai is the first corporate entity to actively mobilize its resources and network to bring together donors and patients while ensuring privacy and safety of personal information. Over the last month, the COVID-19 pandemic has exponentially worsened in Pakistan, multiplying the scale of the crisis and further straining the health sector. While the government of Pakistan continues to adapt and mobilize resources, private companies must readily assist, support, and enable relief efforts for the benefit of the nation. Keeping a human-centered approach and in pursuit of its mission, Dawaai is therefore utilizing its assets and network for scalable social impact.In honor of World Blood Donor Day to be observed on June 14, Dawaai, an Online Pharmacy, is utilizing its platform to aid COVID-19 relief efforts by creating a directory of recovered patients willing to donate plasma for affectees undergoing treatment.

Dawaai has enabled recovered patients to register as plasma donors through the Dawaai social media platforms.

   

 

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While there are several citizen initiatives connecting donors and patients, Dawaai is the first corporate entity to actively mobilize its resources and network to bring together donors and patients while ensuring the privacy and safety of personal information.

Dawaai develops platform to connect plasma donors with treatment centers

Over the last month, the COVID-19 pandemic has exponentially worsened in Pakistan, multiplying the scale of the crisis and further straining the health sector.

While the government of Pakistan continues to adapt and mobilize resources, private companies must readily assist, support, and enable relief efforts for the benefit of the nation.

Keeping a human-centered approach and in pursuit of its mission, Dawaai is, therefore, utilizing its assets and network for scalable social impact.

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