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Educast, a Pakistani Health Platform Teams up with Palestinian Startup to Provide Medical Help to Palestinian Families

Educast, a Pakistani-Saudi virtual health platform, has partnered with the Palestinian Young Explorer business to deliver medical care via e-doctors to women and children in Gaza and the West Bank who are victims of Israeli bombardment, the two firms announced this week that

Young Explorer is an online platform that provides consultations and access to textual and video resources to parents of special needs children, whereas Educast, a Saudi-Pakistan technology company, is a virtual education platform that administers the eDoctor project, which was established in 2019.

Hundreds of Pakistani women doctors who were unable to enter the field owing to familial pressure or who stopped practicing when they married or moved overseas are retrained through this program.

Educast online connects doctors with women patients all around the world once they have completed their training.

Educast will provide more than 100 women doctors from North America, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Pakistan to Palestinian families in need as part of the collaboration.

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