Islamabad, 16 March 2022 (TDI): A non-profit, non-governmental organization namely Bardasht collaborated with Huawei Pakistan to collect and donate food items for women and children of Afghanistan.

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Afghanistan has been facing a humanitarian crisis ever since the US troops withdrew from the country and the Taliban took over.

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Moreover, the US is also withholding the country’s funds creating uncertainty for the future of the country.

Bardasht is strive at improving social welfare in the country. Neelum Toru, the President of  Bardasht, Roohi Shah, philanthropist and member Bardasht, Dr. Humaira Gillani, Finance Secretary Bardasht were present on the occasion.

In addition, Austin Shao, Ahmed Jehanzeb Malik, Director Public Relations Huawei were present at the occasion along with other emissaries from both organizations.

President Neelum Toru expressed on the occasion that Bardasht has been working in collaboration with Huawei Pakistan to contribute socially for a long time. She appreciated their support to aid the poor Children and Women of Afghanistan.

The Bureau Chief of People’s Daily Pakistan, Cheng also attended the event. He positively remarked on Huawei’s measures to support Afghanistan people. It is imperative for the global community to stand with Afghanistan people and take such real actions as the staple food supply is in imminent shortage in Afghanistan.

Bardasht: a non-profitable

Bardasht is a non-profitable, non-governmental organization registered under the Social Welfare Agencies Ordinance of 1961. Its Head Office is based in Islamabad. However, it has branch offices in many cities of Pakistan; Karachi, Lahore, Quetta, Peshawar, and Gilgit.

The organization helps the underserved via strategic interventions in education, health, and skill development. In the same vein, Huawei Pakistan has been striving towards diminishing the gap by helping the poor.

The organization is working in the realms of poverty eradication and bridging the digital divide ever since it first came to Pakistan, almost 24 years ago. This has been achieved through ICT academies across the countries and CSR events, to name a few examples.

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