The Government of the Punjab has implemented a series of measures to strengthen transparent service delivery and citizen satisfaction. The promulgated, the Punjab Transparency and Right to Information Act 2013 and implementation of the Punjab Public Management Reform Program (PPMRP) are part of the larger agenda to promote e-governance and spread evidence-based information, from the Government as custodians of information to the citizens, its rightful owners.
The Punjab Transparency and Right to Information Act 2013 makes it mandatory for the public authorities of Punjab to provide stipulated government-held information to the public. Furthermore, the PPMRP is another stride towards the goal of proliferating the province with horizontal and vertical transparent governance.
The public can access the information in the following two ways;
- by requesting for it, known as reactive disclosure or
- receiving information without submitting any requests, termed as proactive disclosure.
The Punjab Human Organ Transplantation Authority (PHOTA) is proactively disclosing the following stipulated information under the Punjab Transparency and Right to Information Act 2013 and the PPMRP Results Area 1;
- Public Information Officers
- Monitoring Authority
- Functions & Powers of the Monitoring Authority
- Core Team
- Governing Laws
- Registered Hospitals / Clinics
- Registered Transplant Surgeons
- Approved Transplant Cases
- Registered Organ Donors for Cadaveric Transplantation
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Administration Contact Details
- Registration of
- Authorization of transplantations
- Curbing the menace of Illegal Organ Transplantation
- Deceased Organ Donation Programme
- Managerial Course in Organ Transplantation (MCOT) in collaboration with the University of Health Sciences (UHS), Lahore.
- Curbing the menace of Illegal Organ Transplantation through
- Regional Networks (RNs), which hold their meetings fortnightly, under the chairmanship of the concerned Divisional Commissioners.
- District Vigilance Committees (DVCs), which hold their meetings fortnightly, under the chairmanship of the concerned Deputy Commissioners.
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