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Princess Zahra and Prince Rahim visit Gilgit and inaugurate health centre 2016-05-26

Princess Zahra and Prince Rahim in Gilgit 2016-05-26
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Thursday, 2016, May 26
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Islamabad, 25 May 2016 — Princess Zahra and Prince Rahim were in Gilgit yesterday, where they inaugurated a 50-bed medical centre that will serve as a healthcare hub for the surrounding region. They also visited other AKDN programmes and a Jamatkhana in the area.

The new medical centre is equipped to provide high quality diagnostics and secondary healthcare services. It also serves as a digital link between clinics in outlying villages and connects them with state-of-the-art medical resources in Pakistan and around the world.


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