Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on National Health Services Dr Zafar Mirza says ten million health cards would be distributed among deserving citizens by next year.
Addressing a seminar on prevention of diabetes related blindness in Islamabad, he said over five million Sehat Insaf cards have already been distributed among the poor and destitute people.
The Special Assistant said the government is also ensuring inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Sehat Sahulat Programme.
More than 5 million Sehat Insaf Cards had just been dispersed among poor people and disputed people, he said while tending to a class on remedial action of diabetes related visual damage here.
He said the administration was likewise guaranteeing the consideration of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) in Sehat Sahulat Program.
The exclusive assistant stated the authorities was focusing to enhance important healthcare system throughout the country, adding that the provision of higher health services to each and every citizen used to be the pinnacle precedence of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Over 50 per cent population of the country was residing below the poverty line, he regretted and pointed out that some 0.9 per cent human beings in Pakistan have been struggling from blindness.
The government, he said, had initiated ‘Ehsas Programme’ with a price of Rs200 billion to overcome poverty in the country, despite the truth that it (government) used to be inherited with the worst financial condition.
To eradicate the malnutrition in children, he stated the government had planned to launch a nutrition software with the fee of Rs500 million.
The distinctive assistant stated girl fitness employees would be imparted trainings to create attention among the loads regarding eyes protection. “With a profitable eye donation campaign in Pakistan, we can meet our needs,” he added.
Dr Mirza said Pakistan was one of the twelve international locations throughout the world the place satisfactory remedy of eye was once being provided to the patients.