OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - In an effort to help the people affected by the devastating floods in the country, Meezan Banks employees have taken an initiative to contribute to the recovery and rehabilitation of the people affected by the floods by setting up a Flood Victims Relief Account where employees can deposit money for helping the people in the flood-hit areas. The Management of Meezan Bank has taken this initiative a step further by announcing its contribution of an additional Rs. 2/- for every Rs. 1/- contributed by the employees of MBL to this fund. These funds are being used to provide food, relief and other facilities in the flood-affected areas. Meezan Banks employees of branches in the flood affected areas are actively working on a voluntary basis to ensure that the relief-work is transparent and that the benefit is reaching the affected people. NBP sets up medical relief camp OUR STAFF REPORTER KARACHI - National Bank of Pakistan with collaboration of Peoples Doctors Forum has organised first medical relief camps at Razzakabad flood affected camp. Specialists and consultant doctors of skin, gynea, eye, neuro and other specialists were attending the patients. Thousands of flood affectees were given free consultation, medicine. From National Bank of Pakistan, Dr. Asif A. Brohi, SEVP/Group Chief, Operations visited the camp and praised the efforts of doctors, Peoples Doctors Forum, media marketing and PR Department of NBP and volunteers of NBP who made this medical camp a success and announced that with the help of forum, NBP will arrange and organise these type of medical camps in other affected areas of Pakistan as well. Apart from free medicines, NBP also contributed Rs50 million to the Prime Ministers Flood Relief Fund 2010 along with one days salary and additional Rs 10 million to the Bakhtawar Flood Relief Fund in addition to Rs 60 million worth of food to 240,000 flood affected people. PIA airlifts relief goods KARACHI (PR) - PIA has airlifted 480,878 kgs of relief goods free of cost for the flood affected people of Pakistan from Far East, Middle East, Europe, United Kingdom, USA and Canada to date, PIA Spokesman said. The relief goods included medicines including ORS, dry food rations, mineral water, water boat engines, new clothing, dry milk, tents and survival kits etc. So far, 5,548 kgs have been airlifted from Far East, 55,485 Kgs from Middle East, 22,675 Kgs from USA, 21075 from Canada, 40,600 Kgs from Europe, 59,718 from the five stations of United Kingdom and remaining 275,777 kgs from Karachi to different destinations in Pakistan.