Xiaomi Pakistan mantains the essence of Ramzan and its goal which to make lives better by joining handswith Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital.
Xiaomi, a newly launched mobile phone company, has committed to donate a chunk of its sales toShaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital so that it could generate funds and awareness for the hospitals new initiave.
Each mobile phone sold through mistore.pk, Xiaomi has automated a transaction of Rs1000 to SKMCH.Moreover, for each smaller product such as headset, powerbank, mi band, etc, Xiaomi plans to donate Rs100 to SKMCH.
The campaign launched in Ramzan and will continue till 15 days after Eid.
MD Smartlink Technologies, Mr. Ahmed Butt says:
I strongly believe that whatever we do in life, we cannot succeed until and unless we reach out and help those who do not have any support in their lives. When we got the opportunity to collaborate with Shaukat Khanum Trust for this campaign, we jumped right in because if we can have anything to do with the difference that SKMCH makes in people’s lives, we can be proud of not only our initiative but also the empathy from our customers.
SKMCH noted 10,203 new patient signedup and 236,351 outpatient visits in 2016, which is thrice the number of signups and five times the number of visit as compared to 2000.
In 2016, SKMCH recorded 10,203 new patient registrations and 236,351 outpatient visits, almost three times the number of registrations, and five times the number of visits in 2000.