MOL Pakistan elevates local emergency response capabilities with ambulance donation

Pakistan (Muhammad Yasir)

A ceremony, held at Islamabad today, marked the formal handover of the ambulances by Mr. Gyorgy Loncsar, CEO MOL Pakistan, to Deputy Commissioner Kohat, Dr. Azmat Wazir and Additional Deputy Commissioner Hangu, Faheed Khan, both represented the commissioner Kohat.

The event was attended by senior officials from both MOL Pakistan and the district administrations of Kohat and Hangu. MOL Pakistan Oil and Gas Company B.V. reaffirms its commitment to the well-being of community with the donation of two state-of-the-art ambulances to the district administrations of Kohat and Hangu. This initiative, a part of MOL’s Corporate Giving initiatives, aims to enhance and strengthen the local administration’s capacity to deliver on healthcare accessibility by ensuring fast-track transportation for patients across the Kohat district to the nearest medical facilities and enabling the health department to respond effectively to natural disasters and mass casualty incidents. Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Loncsar stated, “Since 1999, MOL Pakistan has actively engaged with the communities of its operational areas, focusing on uplifting local education, health, and communication infrastructure. This fresh donation aims to further build community resilience by facilitating emergency transportation for patients to the nearest medical facilities.” Deputy Commissioner Kohat read the message of Commissioner Kohat, Mr. Muhammad Abid Khan, expressing gratitude for the donation, “Local administration welcomes generous initiatives by corporate entities like MOL Pakistan, which enhance the capacity of local governments to handle unexpected crises We appreciate MOL Pakistan for this donation, as these ambulances will significantly improve our response to natural catastrophes.” MOL Pakistan, a fully owned subsidiary of MOL Group, has been operating in the country since 1999.

The company remains dedicated to prioritizing health and education for communities in its operational areas, conducting free medical and eye camps, and contributing IT equipment and academic books to schools and universities for the benefit of underprivileged students of all ages and backgrounds.