Hyderabad: State Bank of India Ladies Club, Hyderabad organised a medical camp and audiometry test camp to People with Hearing Impaired Network (PHIN) at Moosarambagh. Medical kits along with other essentials such as stationery, clothes, hygiene products, Covid consumables and food were distributed to the inmates of PHIN.
PHIN is a voluntary and non-profit organization that is running a Residential School for Hearing Impaired children in Hyderabad. The NGO was established in 2007 and provides shelter, food, medical aid and education for 100 children who are afflicted from hearing impairment. With support from both government and non-government agencies, PHIN has been able to highlight issues of the hearing impaired at national and international levels.
Speaking on the occasion, Nupur Jhingran, wife of Amit Jhingran, CGM, SBI Hyderabad Circle, reiterated the bank’s commitment to reach out to the deserving sections of the society. Bank will also evaluate the feasibility of providing a computer lab and improving general hygiene facilities at the school, a press release said.