Association of Physicians of Pakistani Descent of North America (APPNA) organized their 44th annual convention in Orlando, Florida. Office barriers and members of APPNA, prominent social activists, and businessmen of the Pakistani Americans community attended the convention.
ICNA Relief was conferred with the outstanding Community Service Award from APPNA for their mobile clinic partnerships and hunger prevention food distribution during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This recognition award was given by current APPNA President, Dr. Rizwan Khalid and Pakistani Ambassador to US Dr. Asad Majeed Khan and was received by ICNA Relief C.O.O. Abdul Rauf Khan and Dr. Mohammad Uzair, Director Mobile Clinics, during APPNA Convention in Orlando, FL.
ICNA Relief is the largest social and welfare organization of Muslims in America, which always supports every needy person or family, either they belong to any color, race, or religion. In 2020, ICNA Relief USA served over 1. 8 million people in 417 cities with 102 Mobile clinic health fairs throughout the United States.
APPNA has been collaborating with ICNA Relief through the 4 mobile clinics since 2018 and has expanded its collaboration in other ICNA Relief projects, especially food distribution during the COVID-19 pandemic.
APPNA President, Dr. Rizwan Khalid, specially thanked ICNA President, Dr. Mohsin Ansari, and the CEO of ICNA Relief USA Maqsood Ahmad for their dedicated support towards APPNA.
On the other hand, the CEO of ICNA Relief USA also thanked the APPNA leadership and members for their trust and support. “We will continue our unconventional support of other fellow citizens with same compassion and energy”, he added.