In continuing its support during these challenging times, UPaisa offered flood relief support to vulnerable communities by enabling its subscribers to make direct donations to a host of organisations participating in relief efforts.
UPaisa customers have the freedom to choose from a list of aid organisations which they can access by logging in to the application or by simply dialling USSD *786*8#.
Edhi Foundation, Akhuwat, Shifa Foundation, Health and Nutrition Development Society, Rashid Khan Trust, Saylani Welfare International Trust, AlKhidmat Foundation Pakistan, Bait-us-Salam Welfare Trust, Sundas Foundation, Rizq Trust and Prime Minister’s Relief Fund are some of the organisation that users can donate to.
These NGOs will use the funds to offer further assistance to the people affected by downpours and provide them with essential items such as emergency medical supplies, clothes, shelter, food and more.
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UPaisa provides its customers with a user-friendly interface that enables donors to transfer funds in just a few taps. Users no longer have to log onto their computers or look for a collection point to make donations.
Without leaving the comfort of their homes subscribers can also make direct donations to assist families affected by the cascades.
The easy-to-navigate application will allow subscribers the freedom to make donations from anywhere and anytime.
Beyond providing essential connectivity, Pakistani telecom company Ufone is rallying and taking swift action in expanding its relief efforts across flood-affected areas. Ufone’s priority is to ensure the people affected can stay connected to their friends and family.