Renowned physicians -- gynecologist Dr. Nargis Fatema, nutritionist Akhtarun Nahar Alo and pediatrician Dr. MAK Azad Chowdhury, along with Nazmur Rahim, Head of Retail Banking, BRAC Bank Limited, Sajid Rahman, CEO, and Dr. Dibleen Jeji, Head of Product, Telenor Health, seen at a programme at the bank’s head office in Dhaka recently.

BD Post Desk
BRAC Bank Limited in association with Telenor Health organised a healthcare programme for the customers of the bank’s women banking proposition styled TARA.
The country’s renowned physicians — gynecologist Dr. Nargis Fatema, nutritionist Akhtarun Nahar Alo and pediatrician Dr. MAK Azad Chowdhury conducted consultancy session exclusively for the TARA customers.
Nazmur Rahim, Head of Retail Banking, BRAC Bank Limited, Sajid Rahman, CEO, Telenor Health, and senior officials of both the organisations were present at the programme held at the bank’s head office in Dhaka recently.
Dr. Dibleen Jeji, Head of Product, Telenor Health, conducted an exercise session suitable for the women at the workplace. There were separate sessions on Tonic products, Vivachek and Tonic General Physician consultancy as well, said a press release.
BRAC Bank TARA is the country’s most comprehensive Women’s Banking solutions serving the financial and lifestyle needs of individual women and businesswomen with tailor-made solutions. TARA organises trainings and workshops for professional competency development and capacity building of its women customers. The customers also avail privileges and benefits with TARA partners including TARA-Tonic and Telenor Health.
BRAC Bank provided Tonic Advance free package to 1,000 TARA loan customers in partnership with Telenor Health. Cash coverage on hospital stay (up to Tk 100,000) and access to getting more than 2,000 doctors’ appointment booking services nationwide from anywhere, at any time, consultation services from Tonic Doctors (free for 30 minutes monthly) are among the many benefits of the Tonic Advanced Package with free subscription for 12 months.