Saturday , October 23 2021

Yaran Watan Online Volunteer Registration 2020

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has set up a platform called ‘Yaran Watan’ for volunteer registration of overseas Pakistani doctors and visit of official website for Online Registration www.yaranewatan,gov.pk
PM Imran Khan has Introduced the “Yaran Watan” program to hire overseas Pakistani doctors. Pakistani medical experts are active on the front lines in the jihad against COVID-19 around the world.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE FOR COVID-19 Yaran Watan Online Volunteer Registration 2020

A Not-for-profit partnership between the Government of Pakistan and the Pakistani diaspora health community.

Overseas doctors can also volunteer for Pakistan through Yaran Watan. In his Twitter statement, the Prime Minister said that Pakistani medical experts are active on the front lines in the jihad against COVID-19 all over the world and they also want to join hands to fight this disease.

Yaran Watan COVID-19 Online Volunteer registration 2020

The Prime Minister said that we have taken a step called ‘Yaran Watan’ for our medical professionals abroad through which they can register themselves.

How to Register to Yaran-e-Watan Online in Pakistan

Applications open official website for the purpose of Online Registration link is given here. You must select a category for which you want to register and give your email address, write a password, and confirmed it, then check the terms and conditions, at the last click on the Register button.

Register With Yaran e Watan

Pakistani health professionals are on the frontline in the fight against COVID19 across the world. They also want to help us combat COVID19 in Pakistan. Government of Pakistan launched the YaranWatan initiative for our overseas health professionals who can now register to volunteer their services.

It is intended to provide the following services through this platform,

Telemedicine
Inform and counsel: Respond with scientific information to people’s concerns about COVID-19, its clinical features, and direct them to appropriate services; counseling/mental health services for patients and their family members.

Triage: Online consultations to differentiate those that need at-home-care from those who require necessary hospital care and prevent people from gathering at hospitals and clinics.

Tele-training
Sharing of knowledge between local and overseas health professionals on the latest, evidence-based COVID-19 practice guidelines through webinars and online training.

Research
Collaboration for the development of innovative techniques and methods for improved health sector response to the current pandemic.

Yaran e Watan – Pakistan Diaspora Health initiative, is a not-for-profit organization that aims to facilitate the country’s health sector by creating mechanisms for overseas Pakistani health care professionals to contribute towards health sector development and social welfare in Pakistan.

Yaran e Watan Online Registration website address

COVID-19 is the abbreviation for ‘Coronavirus Disease 2019’, a contagious respiratory illness that is spread from person to person via droplets that may extend a few feet. It is caused by a virus for which there is no known pre-immunity, no vaccine, no specific treatment, and everyone is presumed to be susceptible. It can cause mild to severe illness and it is most severe in older adults and those with existing co-morbidities.

The initiative is a public-private partnership brought forth by the Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination (MNHSRC), and the Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development (MOPHRD) with support from the Pakistani diaspora health organizations.

We provide a platform to connect with overseas health professionals, by matching the needs of Pakistan with the interest of the Pakistani diaspora communities around the globe. With this voluntary engagement, we intend to utilize the full potential of this heterogeneous diaspora community – medical doctors, nurses, pharmacists, administrators, health economists, public health professionals, and other professionals, in assisting the development of Pakistan’s health sector.

We believe that by providing appropriate support and reducing barriers for the Pakistani healthcare diaspora, a diverse range of contributions can be facilitated for the health and welfare of the people of Pakistan.