From June 7th to 14th, the Pak-Afghan Cooperation Forum (PACF), in collaboration with Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan, performed free eye surgeries on 253 Afghan nationals in Kabul.
The surgeries took place at the Noor Eye Hospital and included 12 cornea transplants, one tectonic graft surgery, 26 vitreoretinal, 44 oculoplastic surgeries, and 170 cataract surgeries.
The outpatient department of the hospital treated 4,500 Afghan nationals.
About Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan
The Alkhidmat Foundation is a network of community leaders, committed volunteers, donors, and members of media and civil society, who are trying to make a difference in the community and in people’s lives.
They have changed the lives of 21,800,000 people so far and have provided shelter, medical care, and education to the needy.
About Pak Afghan Cooperation Forum
The Pak-Afghan Cooperation Forum is a platform to help Afghani nationals and strengthen the bond between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
The forum carries out multiple activities to assist the citizens of Afghanistan, including medical drives and relief activities.