Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Pakistani female doctor wins prestigious HRH Prince of Wales Award

ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani female specialist has been declared the victor of prestigious third HRH The Prince of Wales Young Sustainability Entrepreneur Prize by University of Cambridge and Unilever, says a public statement.

As per subtle elements Dr Sara Saeed 29 has won the third HRH The Prince of Wales Young Sustainability Entrepreneur Prize declared by University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and world s known organization Unilever.

Dr. Sara Saeed fellow benefactor of doctHERs a computerized stage which interfaces devastated groups in Pakistan to amazing social insurance while reintegrating qualified female specialists into the workforce was recompensed the prize at a prestigious honors service in London other day.

While dominant part of Pakistan's populace have almost no entrance to quality human services socio social boundaries forestall around 87% of qualified ladies specialists from working. Since May 2015 doctHERs has straightforwardly affected 15,000 lives through clinical administrations 100,000 lives in a roundabout way through group effort and now utilizes fifteen specialists, five medical caretakers and five pros. By 2020 doctHERS intends to scale its medical attendant helped video counsel project to more than 2,500 facilities crosswise over Pakistan straightforwardly affecting 1.2 million individuals.

"At the point when a patient gets treated in my facility and when a specialist lands a position and when a medical caretaker is engaged in a group my enthusiasm expands each day. I m regarded to have gotten this grant and pleased that the work of doctHERs in Pakistan has been perceived particularly in light of the inventive and rousing undertakings of alternate finalists", Dr Sara Saeed remarked on her win.

As a major aspect of the prize Dr Sara Saeed has been recompensed capital for her start up and a customized coaching program conveyed by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) and Unilever through the span of the year.