Karachi Electric Supply Company is trying to ensure immaculate and uninterrupted power supply to the residents of Karachi. The company has a philosophy of revitalizing the vital organs of Karachi by taking all the measures to improve the infrastructure and quality of power supplied to these entities.
Marie Adelaide Leprosy Centre is one of the largest NGOs in Pakistan working in the field of Leprosy for over five decades. MALC is committed to eliminating Leprosy, controlling tuberculosis and Blindness, in Leprosy affected areas of Pakistan through comprehensive care and passion.
To carry forward the CSR philosophy that KESC has adopted, the company has assigned a dedicated 500 KVA transformer system for the centers, in order to enhance the quality of service provided to the residents of Pakistan and Karachi in particular.
On this prestigious occasion, Mr. Tabish Gauhar, CEO of KESC said, “Our core product is electricity and that is the primary reason why we do not believe in making monetary donations to charitable organizations. System Upgradation of various essential entities is how we give back to the society in which we operate and govern.”
Ms. Ruth Pfau, Founder of Marie Adelaide Leprosy Centre, was presented with a plaque, as a token of appreciation by Mr. Tabish Gauher. The entire initiative was a gesture by the company to recognize the humungous work undertaken by Ms. Ruth Pfau to alleviate the miseries of patients suffering from Leprosy. Ruth Pfau has completed her golden jubilee of services in Pakistan.
KESC will undertake other initiatives as well to guarantee uninterrupted power supply to MALC so that the patients can rehabilitate as well as prosper.