PRCS provides internet cards to 400 in GB.

 
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Gilgit -- The Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) Gilgit-Baltistan has reached out to over 400 beneficiaries with prepaid mobile and internet cards aiming at providing assistance to those who could not have access to the market or unable to get connected with their families amid Covid-19 and consequent lockdown.

'We have introduced a unique mode of relief by providing prepaid mobile cards because communication barriers can cause mental health problems to the human's lives during emergencies as like Covid-19' said the PRCS Gilgit-Baltistan's Chairman Tariq Hussain Shah here yesterday.

He said that the PRCS Gilgit-Baltistan with support of its movement partners has been proactively involved to provide assistance to the vulnerable communities with a series of activities since the first day of the coronavirus emergency across the region.

'The PRCS GB has reached out to over 400 beneficiaries with prepaid mobile and internet communication cards and most of them were in dire need of credit as like Nazir to get connected with their dear and near once in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic and consequent lockdown' said PRCS GB Restoring Family Links (RFL) Manager Arif Hussain.

He said that the prepaid mobile cards assistance was one of the pilot...

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