Robi and MILVIK observe World Breast Cancer awareness month in Chattogram

Dhaka, 15 October 2018: The leading digital service provider of the country, Robi, and MILVIK Bangladesh is jointly observing the World Breast Cancer awareness month, October in Chattogram. As part of the commitment to raise awareness of the disease three-day breast awareness and health camps were offered in CNB, Bayjid and Pahartoli areas of Chattogram and a live Facebook Q&A will take place on 13th October 2018 .

 

Breast cancer accounts for around 12 percent of all cancers in Bangladesh and around a quarter of female cancers. Breast cancer awareness and recognizing the signs and symptoms of breast cancer early can help save lives. Specialist doctors were on hand to offer awareness tips on breast cancer and general doctors provided free health check ups to 3000 members of the community. Activities including quizzes, game shows, selfie contest & a message board were arranged to engage the crowd, where in message board it had,many powerful voices around breast cancer awareness.

 

To continue to spread awareness of the signs and symptoms of breast cancer during October Associate Professor Obstetrics & Gynecology, Shaheed Sohrawardi Medical College & Hospital, Dr Ruhi Jakaria gave a live awareness talk and Q&A session on Facebook, to raise awareness on this disease.  My Health Family Pack, an innovative mobile health & hospital cash-back product, offers hospitalization cash-back facility of up to 30,000 taka along with unlimited access to quality medical advice from qualified doctors for themselves and their family members by calling 21216 for just 60 taka per month. The hospitalization cash-back facility is underwritten by Protective Islami Life Insurance Limited.

 

The event also helped to demonstrate the way Robi’s My Health service makes a difference to people’s lives in reality through handing over claim cheques to beneficiaries of the users of the service. Speaking at the inauguration occasion, Robi’s Cluster Market Director for Eastern Cluster, A. S. M. Enayetur Rahim said: “Breast cancer is a dangerous disease. The best way to tackle it is to come together as a community and develop resistance through raising awareness on it. We are very happy to have Milvik Bangladesh joining us in this noble mission. We would be happy if our initiative could contribute even the slightest in battling this life-threatening disease.”

 

Milvik Bangladesh’s General Manager Shreya Sarkar said, “MyHealth health camps are an attempt to reach out to our communities and help them get access to medical help & consultation through quality physicians. Breast cancer is one of those deadly diseases which we believe can be best averted through timely awareness & this month, we have attempted to reach out to the communities and especially to females. Milvik and Robi are happy to spread the awareness drive this month. We hope we can reach to those in need.”

 

Md. Saifuddin Khaled, number four ward counsellor of Chandgaon, Md. Mobarok Ali, number seven, ward counsellor of west sholoshohor and S M Arshad Ullah, number 25 ward counsellor inaugurated the health camps in Chattogram.

 

ABOUT ROBI

Robi Axiata Limited (“Robi”) is a subsidiary company of the Asian telecom giant, Axiata Group Berhad based in Malaysia. Robi is the second largest mobile network operator in Bangladesh. Robi has introduced many first of its kind digital services in the country and has invested heavily to take its mobile network to the underserved communities even in the rural areas. Other shareholders in the entity are Bharti Airtel and NTT DOCOMO Inc.

 

About MILVIK Bangladesh

MILVIK is a technical service provider and use mobile technology to help promote affordable mobile health and insurance services to underserved consumers in emerging markets who cannot access these vital products through traditional channels.

 

MILVIK’s technology platforms create a paperless experience and enable scale, while its dedicated team serves and educates customers. This tech-enabled approach is the key to the company’s growth, reaching 26 million subscribers in 15 markets across Africa, Asia and Latin America. MILVIK proves that it is possible to service the bottom of the pyramid profitability and sustainably.

 

In Bangladesh, MILVIK is operating since 2012 and has served people through partnership with Robi, insurance partners and other leading organizations.

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Robi and MILVIK observe World Breast Cancer awareness month in Chattogram

Dhaka, 15 October 2018: The leading digital service provider of the country, Robi, and MILVIK Bangladesh is jointly observing the World Breast Cancer awareness month, October in Chattogram. As part of the commitment to raise awareness of the disease three-day breast awareness and health camps were offered in CNB, Bayjid and Pahartoli areas of Chattogram and a live Facebook Q&A will take place on 13th October 2018 .

 

Breast cancer accounts for around 12 percent of all cancers in Bangladesh and around a quarter of female cancers. Breast cancer awareness and recognizing the signs and symptoms of breast cancer early can help save lives. Specialist doctors were on hand to offer awareness tips on breast cancer and general doctors provided free health check ups to 3000 members of the community. Activities including quizzes, game shows, selfie contest & a message board were arranged to engage the crowd, where in message board it had,many powerful voices around breast cancer awareness.

 

To continue to spread awareness of the signs and symptoms of breast cancer during October Associate Professor Obstetrics & Gynecology, Shaheed Sohrawardi Medical College & Hospital, Dr Ruhi Jakaria gave a live awareness talk and Q&A session on Facebook, to raise awareness on this disease.  My Health Family Pack, an innovative mobile health & hospital cash-back product, offers hospitalization cash-back facility of up to 30,000 taka along with unlimited access to quality medical advice from qualified doctors for themselves and their family members by calling 21216 for just 60 taka per month. The hospitalization cash-back facility is underwritten by Protective Islami Life Insurance Limited.

 

The event also helped to demonstrate the way Robi’s My Health service makes a difference to people’s lives in reality through handing over claim cheques to beneficiaries of the users of the service. Speaking at the inauguration occasion, Robi’s Cluster Market Director for Eastern Cluster, A. S. M. Enayetur Rahim said: “Breast cancer is a dangerous disease. The best way to tackle it is to come together as a community and develop resistance through raising awareness on it. We are very happy to have Milvik Bangladesh joining us in this noble mission. We would be happy if our initiative could contribute even the slightest in battling this life-threatening disease.”

 

Milvik Bangladesh’s General Manager Shreya Sarkar said, “MyHealth health camps are an attempt to reach out to our communities and help them get access to medical help & consultation through quality physicians. Breast cancer is one of those deadly diseases which we believe can be best averted through timely awareness & this month, we have attempted to reach out to the communities and especially to females. Milvik and Robi are happy to spread the awareness drive this month. We hope we can reach to those in need.”

 

Md. Saifuddin Khaled, number four ward counsellor of Chandgaon, Md. Mobarok Ali, number seven, ward counsellor of west sholoshohor and S M Arshad Ullah, number 25 ward counsellor inaugurated the health camps in Chattogram.

 

ABOUT ROBI

Robi Axiata Limited (“Robi”) is a subsidiary company of the Asian telecom giant, Axiata Group Berhad based in Malaysia. Robi is the second largest mobile network operator in Bangladesh. Robi has introduced many first of its kind digital services in the country and has invested heavily to take its mobile network to the underserved communities even in the rural areas. Other shareholders in the entity are Bharti Airtel and NTT DOCOMO Inc.

 

About MILVIK Bangladesh

MILVIK is a technical service provider and use mobile technology to help promote affordable mobile health and insurance services to underserved consumers in emerging markets who cannot access these vital products through traditional channels.

 

MILVIK’s technology platforms create a paperless experience and enable scale, while its dedicated team serves and educates customers. This tech-enabled approach is the key to the company’s growth, reaching 26 million subscribers in 15 markets across Africa, Asia and Latin America. MILVIK proves that it is possible to service the bottom of the pyramid profitability and sustainably.

 

In Bangladesh, MILVIK is operating since 2012 and has served people through partnership with Robi, insurance partners and other leading organizations.

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