Apr 20, 2024

Global IME Bank conducts free health camp at Madhesh and Gandaki Province

Global IME Bank conducts free health camp at Madhesh and Gandaki Province

KATHMANDU:On the occasion of its 17th anniversary, Global IME Bank held free health camps in the Madhesh and Gandaki provinces as part of its corporate social responsibility.

The bank directly benefited local women by conducting health checks on 170 women at Sukhipur health post, Ward No. 8 of Sirha District, Sukhipur Municipality, Madhesh Province, and more than 180 women at Pokhre Basic School, Ward No. 6 of Annapurna Village, Gandaki Province, Myagdi District.

Gynecologists provided various services related to gynecology for free in the camp, which was run in collaboration with Nepal Family Planning Association.

In the second phase of the Swasth Nari Initiative program, each camp will identify patients with early indications of cervical cancer and severe cases of cervical cancer who will be treated surgically.

Global IME Bank is the country's first private-sector commercial bank, with branches in all 77 districts.

The bank has established a nationwide presence with 355 branches, 379 ATM counters, 322 branchless units, and 65 extension counters across all 77 districts of Nepal.

Furthermore, the bank has expanded its reach internationally with representative offices in London (UK), New Delhi (India), and Sydney (Australia), maintaining three international contact points.

With a customer base exceeding 4.5 million and a workforce of more than 4,000 employees, Global IME Bank continues to solidify its position as a key player in the banking sector.