ISLAMABAD A comprehensive flood relief campaign has been launched for the affectees of devastating floods by the Al-Shifa Trust Eye Hospital with an initial amount of Rs 10 million out of its reserve funds. Under the campaign, Al-Shifa, has established medical camps at Nowshera, Risalpur and Sukkur for the flood victims where medical, eye treatment and medicines are being provided free-of-cost to the flood affectees. Moreover, each patient is also being provided relief package, which includes food, clothes, shoes and other items of basic necessity. In this regard, President Al-Shifa Trust Eye Hospital, Lt Gen (Retd) Jahan Dad Khan, chaired a special meeting here on Monday to review the relief campaign. During the meeting, Gen (Retd) Jahan Dad Khan informed that 1,200 flood-affected persons had already been provided treatment at the relief camp at Nowshera while they were also provided relief packages. It was also informed that the affected people had also been provided free-of-cost medicines and spectacles by the Al-Shifa Trust. It was further decided that the Al-Shifa Trust would allocate Rs 10 million from its reserves for the relief campaign as an initial amount despite the financial crunch situation faced by the Trust. General (Retd) Jahan Dad Khan said that the unprecedented floods had hit the country and its people hard and it was the morale obligation of every individual to contribute to the relief efforts for the fellow human beings who were suffering badly due to the calamity situation. It was also decided that Al-Shifa would also set up donation camps at different points of twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad so as those citizens who wanted to contribute in cash to the flood victims could make the contribution easily to the campaign launched by the Al-Shifa Trust.