A new video has been released by Al Jazeera’s Pakistan Service in which the news channel highlights the plight of people who live in the countrys most remote areas, including Karachi, Rawalpindi, and Rawalakot.
The footage shows a woman in Rawalpakot, a city on the Arabian Sea, being treated for cancer.
Al Jazeera says that “the doctor who treated her said that she could have died had it not been for the cancer treatment she received.”
The video, titled The Doctor’s Call, is part of a series of Al Jazeera videos highlighting the challenges faced by Pakistan’s 1.2 million people living in remote areas.
It is one of several recent videos that highlight the need for better healthcare in Pakistan, as the country continues to struggle with the country’s deadly floods and the devastating pandemic that has struck the country in recent weeks.
In December, the country recorded its highest death toll in years.
Al Qaeda, meanwhile, claimed responsibility for a string of recent suicide bombings targeting military and government buildings in the capital, Islamabad.
Al Jazeeras staff wrote on social media that the video shows how the country is trying to find solutions to its healthcare problems.
We see that even though the government and the armed forces are aware of this issue, the solution is not yet available for the population.
We have seen that some areas in Karachi have already reached this point and some are only about 30 minutes away.
This is a big problem.
We believe the solution will come when the military and police take responsibility for solving the problem and making it better.
“Pakistan needs a change in its healthcare system, but the military has failed to provide this.
We urge the army to do so,” said Al Jazarias’ chief news editor, Imran Khan, in a statement on Tuesday.
Khan said that Al Jazeera had recently broadcast an online campaign titled ‘The Doctor’s Visit’ which aims to raise awareness of the problems faced by the people of Pakistan.
Khan also noted that the channel’s coverage of the crisis was “the most comprehensive and extensive that has been carried out in the history of Al Jazeera.”
The campaign was launched on the channel in April, and since then, the channel has covered more than 200 issues and events across the country.
A large part of the campaign focuses on issues such as poverty, corruption, and the lack of access to health care.
Al JAZEERAS has also recently been airing a series titled ‘Bin Laden: A Tale of Two Nations’, which looks at how the US-led coalition fighting the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) group is playing a major role in the conflict in Syria.
The series examines how the Syrian civil war has impacted the lives of people living on both sides of the border, as well as the ongoing refugee crisis.
“In terms of the humanitarian crisis, we know that it is very, very difficult for people to get the medical care they need,” Khan told Al Jazeera.
“The number of people killed is very high in the area and they need medical treatment, so that is the main problem.
This has been the main reason why the crisis has reached this level.”
In the first half of 2018, Al Jazeera recorded more than 3,500 videos, a figure that is expected to continue to grow, said Khan.
“There is an incredible need for more resources, more doctors, more nurses, more people to deal with this crisis,” he added.
Aljazeera, meanwhile has been highlighting Pakistan’s medical system in a series called ‘Pakistan’s Forgotten People’.
The show focuses on the plight and challenges facing people living under the country s extreme poverty.
Al-Jazari as well, has recently launched a series entitled ‘The Pakistani Medical System’, which aims “to highlight the achievements of the health system in Pakistan and highlight the difficulties that people face”.
Al Jazeera has also been running an award-winning documentary series called “A Tale of two Nations”.
The series has been shown in more than 80 countries, and has generated a great deal of interest in Pakistan.
The documentary series, which is set in the early 1990s, follows a family of three who move to Pakistan to escape poverty.
They are left behind when their parents die of cancer and their father is forced to work in a factory.