KUWAIT: 11 members’ delegation from Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI), Pakistan is visiting Kuwait on 1st and 2nd December 2015 for 1st Trade Exhibition in Kuwait Chamber of Commerce Hall with display of their extensive range of products.
Appreciating your consistent enthusiasm and great interest in “Made in Pakistan” products for Kuwait market, we very cordially invite you and your authorized buying personnel to attend inauguration ceremony at 10.00 a.m. Besides, persuade and convince your sponsors and/or senior management officials to visit and have detailed awareness of Pakistani products.
Delegation members will be at your service from 10.00 a.m. to 04.00 p.m. for 2 days.
Pakistan Business Center (PBC), Pakistan Business Council, Kuwait and Help-Desk being coordinators would be very pleased to provide assistance for products, companies and delegation members and would be looking forward to welcome you all in Kuwait Chamber of Commerce hall on 1st and 2nd Dec 2015.
Please feel free to contact Raja Zafar Iqbal, Senior Manager, PBC any time from 9.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m.
KUWAIT: The Society of Pakistani Doctors in Kuwait (SPDK) has been scrupulously and proactively involved in providing professional health advice and guidance on common health problems, serving ailing persons who can’t afford medical expenses. This service facilitates patients to express and explain their health issues in their native language without communication barriers and limitations with Arabic speaking doctors.
Our efforts to hold medical camps practically negate the general perception that doctors are heartless individuals. Doctors’ volunteer services and their dedication in our camps are remarkable and every new camp is attracting more number of people and all possible services are being extended.
SPDK, as usual, held a free medical camp in Pakistan English School and College, Jaleeb Sheukh on 27 November 2015. The camp was held from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm and more than 900 patients (males, females and children) from multiple nationalities with greater number of Pakistanis visited the camp.
All individuals were screened for their Blood sugar and Blood pressure level and were accordingly advised. Blood sugar check up was arranged by Kuwait Diabetes Society providing consultancy and printed material to diabetic patients on causes and control of diabetes.
A wide range of doctors covering all major specialties, medicine, general surgery, cardiology, pediatrics, neurosurgery, ENT and dermatology, were available to give professional health advice to the patients. The patients were also offered free medicines.