Indus Hospital and Health Network (IHHN) attended the closing ceremony of Epsilon III, hosted by Alpha College, a long-time partner of Indus Yaqeen – IHHN’s youth engagement program working to empower the future leaders of Pakistan.
Each year the STEM Society of Alpha College curates an experience for their participants through Epsilon III. The 3-day event provides the most out-of-the-box activities and competitions related to mathematics, robotics, biology, general knowledge, and many more.
IHHN’s information desk, led by Mr. Abdullah Khan, was successfully managed by 5 Indus Yaqeen volunteers. All are students of Alpha College. Under their leadership, 110 students signed up for the Indus Yaqeen program, which provides volunteers with the opportunity to help the underserved and underprivileged communities within Pakistan. This empowers these young change-makers and instills valuable lessons of leadership, perseverance, compassion, and civic duty.
Dr. Abdul Bari Khan, President of IHHN, also gave a speech to the students attending EPSILON III. His talk chronicled his experience growing IHHN from a 150-bed hospital in Korangi, Karachi, to the nationwide healthcare network it is today. During his speech, Dr. Abdul Bari Khan encouraged the students to take the initiative and help bring about change for the better for those less fortunate than themselves.