Jazz employees contribute Rs 10 million to Alkhidmat Foundation’s flood-relief program

NationalJazz employees contribute Rs 10 million to Alkhidmat Foundation’s flood-relief program

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: As a part of the company’s Rs 1 billion pledge towards flood relief efforts, Jazz along with its employees have humbly donated Rs 10 million to Alkhidmat Foundation.


The company’s employees voluntarily contributed Rs 5 million, and Jazz matched this amount for the nationwide relief effort, which includes immediate flood-relief aid comprising of critical emergency supplies, free on-net calls and restoration of essential communication services to flood-hit areas.

In total, 1,695 people have been killed and 12,865 have suffered injuries in flood-related incidents across Pakistan since June 14, 2022.

While 13,254 kilometers roads, 440 bridges, and 2,045,349 houses have been damaged in the Country. Likewise, 1,162,122 livestock have been perished in torrential rains and floods.

Mati-Ullah is the Online Editor For DND. He is the real man to handle the team around the Country and get news from them and provide to you instantly.

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