Dubai resident Dr. Zia ul Hasan has been honored with Pakistan's third-maximum civilian award for his contributions towards the network inside the fields of fitness and education during the last a long time.
A UAE resident for over 12 years now, Dr. Hasan has been honored with Sitara-I-Imtiaz via the President of Pakistan, Arif Alvi, for his services toward the expat community inside the UAE as well as in Pakistan.
Dr. Hasan becomes the best UAE resident who has been awarded the Sitara-I-Imtiaz this yr. Pakistani expats from us, Canada and Romania have been additionally conferred special civil and army awards on Saturday, at the eve of Pakistan countrywide Day.
Prior to transferring to the UAE in 2007, Dr. Hasan had spent 19 years in the UK. He is currently running as an endocrinologist at a neighborhood scientific facility in Dubai.
"I thank all my buddies and community individuals for sending their nicely-desires. I'm honored by using the community and I thank the Pakistan Embassy and the PAD for recommending me for the award. Our essential heritage was the PAD's clinical wing.
"We had been walking free scientific camps when you consider that 2009 on a monthly foundation," Dr. Hasan advised Khaleej instances in an interview on Sunday.
"I'm additionally concerned in putting in place a diabetes care center in Peshawar for which I must journey each week if you want to assist diabetes and high blood pressure patients in the poor rural areas. We're concentrated on those regions because humans can not tour to cities and there may be a lack of understanding approximately those illnesses within the community," Dr. Hasan stated.
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Highlighting a community undertaking he has led, the medical doctor stated the Pakistan clinical Centre is anticipated to be operational from August 14, a good way to cater no longer just to Pakistanis however additionally to other communities in the UAE.
"The clinical center will be a present from the Pakistani community to the UAE," he said.
"The main contributor is, of direction, the Pakistani network who spoke back very well to the 'own a Brick' marketing campaign that allowed us to raise the budget for the task. We maintain to attraction to the community for 'very own a Brick', as there is a want for extra investment for this noble initiative," he brought.
Dr. Hasan also praised the ancient UAE-Pakistan members of the family that encouraged the Pakistani network to similarly improve their participation in the coming years.