Social Welfare Society KGMC
Social Welfare Society Introduction: Social Welfare Society is a non-political organization run by the students of Khyber Girls Medical College Peshawar. The main objective of SWS of KGMC is to give financial support to the poor patient, arranging free medical camps in the remote areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province including FATA and also to promote public awareness about serious social problems like smoking, AIDS, Drugs and Narcotics. Social Welfare Society works on Self Help Basis. The Society is run on donations from its well wishers and collection by the efforts of its workers. Executive Council of Social Welfare Society of KGMC Peshawar
|1||Prof. Dr. Amin Ul Haq||Chairman|
|2||Prof. Dr. Abdul Hameed||Co-Chairman|
|3||Mr. Mumtaz, Superintendent Accounts Section||Member|
|4||Mr. Hassan Mahmood, Caretaker||Member|
|5||Mr. Ihsan Ullah, Stenographer||Member|
|6||Mr. Akhtar Javed, Projectionist||Member|
|7||Miss. Maria, JCT Pathology||Member|
|8||Mr. Bashir Khan, JCT Pharmacy||Member|
|9||Mr. William John, Projectionist||Member|
|10||Mr. Samin Jan, Security Section||Member|
On 22nd Feb, 2018 like previous year a Blood Donation Camp was arranged by the Medical Section of Literary Society of KGMC in collaboration with Regional Blood Center (RBC) Hayatabad.
The event started with ribbon cutting ceremony by the Dean KGMC Prof. Dr. Muhammad Noor Wazir and Dr. Shams, the Project Director of RBC.
A number of KGMC Students, Teaching and non Teaching Staff of the Institution donated blood for a good cause. Moreover Students and Teachers also donated cash for the students walfare fund. The donated blood was handed over to the RBC to be distributed to bublic sector hospitals on need base.
The Social Welfare Society of KGMC in collaboration with Sarhad Rural Support Programme conducted a Medical Camp, for the flood affectees in the Tarnab Farms, Destrict Peshawar on 8th August 2010 and treated 451 patients and free medicines were provided to them.The camp was attended by Qualified Doctors of Khyber Girls Medical College Peshawar.
A second camp was arranged on 11th August 2010 in collaboration with RID (Rural Initiative Development) and 575 patients were treated and medicines were provided to them. Mineral water was also provided to the flood affectees.
A Meeting of SWS was held on 13th May 2009, the objective was to Raise funds for homeless people that migrated to Peshawar, to aware the society about the miserable conditions they are living in and to visit the IDP Camps & to distribute the donations.
SWS members are proud to say that the above three objectives were fulfilled very effectively.
SWS cabinet of executive members visited Jalala Camp (Internally Displaced People of Swat Dir and Buner) on Saturday May 16, 2009 and distributed the donations amounting to more than Rs. 20000/- that were collected including used cloths, shoes, food items, medications and household equipments. SWS Members who visited the place, were divided into four groups, two students each groups supervised by two teachers.
Group 1. Fulfilled the duties of running OPD and Distributed Medications.
Group 2. Dealt with food items.
Group 3. Dealt with clothing,shoes etc.
Group 4. Dealt with household equipments.