LAHORE (APP) - Provincial Minister for Finance Planning and Development Tanvir Ashraf Kaira said the international community had helped Pakistan and provided aid to flood affectees but more aid was needed. He expressed these views while talking to a delegation of Turkish International Cooperation and Development Agency (TIKA) who called on him at his office on Saturday. Planning and Development Department Secretary Ubaid Rabbani was also present. Coordinator of TIKA, Jalal-ud-Din Celalettin Gungenci told the minister that construction of the hospital at Jaampur would be completed as early as possible and all necessary medical facilities would be provided in it. The minister said the hospital would be a gift from Turkish people and it would provide modern medication to flood affectees. He said that land had been identified for the hospital. He also thanked the Turkish government and people for their cooperation. 3-month language courses Three-month Persian language courses will start at Shah Chirag Building, GPO Chowk (Awain-i-Sofia) from October 11. Auqaf Department sources told APP that the courses would be held free of cost and without any restriction of age and gender.The services of senior persian teachers will be hired for these courses. The courses are being organized by Punjab Auqaf Department and Religious Affairs in collaboration with Iranian Cultural centre, Lahore.