It was a success for Unitab Medic Sdn. Bhd.’s first attempt in giving free basic physical medical check-up to the flood victims recently here in Pekan Pahang. Therefore, for the second round led by Unitab Medic Sdn. Bhd.’s Senior Vice President Of Operations Dr. Kreeson Vengadeson, they have decided to come again and do in a bigger scale today. Together with his team, Medical Officer of FOMEMA Dr. Hema Apanna and Vice President of X-ray Quality Control Centre, Dr. Christina Angeline Louis. they managed to carry out their primary healthcare services for all the flood victims at 1 flood relief centre in Sekolah Kebangsaan Batu Kapur, Mentakab Pahang where around 400 victims are placed here.
This good humanitarian initiative was suggested by the Chairman of Unitab Medic Sdn. Bhd., Yang Amat Mulia Tengku Abdullah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Abu Bakar during His first visit in Paloh Inai, Pahang last week. As a continuous responsibility, all the flood victims including the childrens, senior citizen and disable people were provided with a free medical check-up as well as medicines. The doctors also briefed the flood victims about the measures to be taken to avoid spread of water borne diseases, maintenance of good personal hygiene and oral hygiene.
Other than that, Unitab Medic Sdn. Bhd. also distributed toiletries amenities from the company to all the victims including toothbrush set, soaps, sanitiser, shampoos, shaver kits and mineral water.
The second stage of Unitab Medic Sdn. Bhd.’s medical boot camp for flood victims 2015 is held due to the recent findings on the first medical boot camp on 8th January 2015. Based on the check-ups done some of the children, adult and senior citizen have been infected with fungal infection, common flue, acute gastroenteritis, high blood pressure, diabetes and body ache (muscle pain). Our team is always ready to serve the affected people and thus every possible step would be taken to serve these flood victims in Pahang and other areas. The team also resolved and reiterated about making their help available to other flood affected areas.
While the CSR Programme provided them access to public health services and brought happiness to the hearts of caregivers and receivers, Unitab Medic Sdn. Bhd. will always stand by the distressed as part of its social responsibility to the community in the future.
Yang Amat Mulia Tengku Abdullah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Abu Bakar give donation to the floods victims in Pekan PahangWritten by Nabilah Farahanah Zulkifli
Pekan, Pahang – The beginning of 2015 may not be easy for the people in East Coast Region as they have been hit with a bad floods and it is such a heartbreaking to see how they have lost everything at one time. Due to his big concerns over the fate of the people that affected by the tragedy, and in helping to lessen the burden of the flood victims in Pekan Kuantan, Pahang the humble Yang Amat Mulia Tengku Abdullah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Abu Bakar decided to come down and visited the affected area to help the village people by giving his little contribution accompanied by YB Mohammad Fakhruddin Mohd Ariff, ADUN of Mukim Bebar, Pekan Pahang.
Putting aside his pride and hat as Tengku Arif Bendahara Pahang, Tengku Abdullah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Abu Bakar, as well as his children, spent hours at the relief centre to communicate with the victims and give the donation.
" I am sad to see Pahang’s state was hit by floods, but we have to accept this as fate and challenge. Such a heartbreaking to see many people stay at the relief centre and patiently waiting for help and at the same time hoping for the tragedy to be over soon. This is the time for everyone in the country to stay together, unite and help one’s another which, to start everything all again is far from over and it’s a big challenge, but deep down inside my big hope is it will help the victims to rebuild their lives again”, he told reporters after visiting flood relief centre here in Paloh Inai and Serambi, Mukim Bebar Pekan Pahang.
Tengku Abdullah distributed donations to 200 of affected families in Paloh Inai and 100 of affected families flood relief centre. The flood victims including 300 of adults, 60 of senior citizens, 20 of disable people and 50 of childrens. On the other hand, not only giving donation to the victims, as the Chairman of Unitab Medic Sdn. Bhd., the operator company of FOMEMA, the monitoring agency of foreign workers medical examination in Malaysia, Tengku Abdullah also called their in house doctors from FOMEMA to do a basic medical check up at the flood relief centre.