Football for Peace s British flight carrying relief items arrives in Pakistan
September 26, 2022 07:42 PM
A special flight of British Airways arrived in Pakistan carrying relief items on behalf of the British charity Football for Peace.
As part of Football For Peace’s Pakistan humanitarian crisis response, British Airways has teamed up with the charity to help provide 10 tonnes of aid to Pakistan.
Relief rations, medicines, and clothes were handed over to former Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar by Football for Peace at Airport.
These relief items will be distributed to the flood victims of Charsadda in collaboration with the Sarwar Foundation while one month's ration will also be distributed to 1,000 more families of Charsadda by the Sarwar Foundation.
Football for Peace will work in collaboration with Sarwar Foundation in the flood-affected areas while a three-day medical camp has also been organized in Charsadda under the direction of Chaudhry Sarwar from which hundreds of victims are being treated on a daily basis.
Along with the provision of free medicines, facilities for tests have also been provided at these medical campuses.
Patron-in-Chief Sarwar Foundation Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar while receiving the goods thanked Football for Peace for its trust and in particular expressed gratitude to charity founder and ex-Pakistan international footballer Kashif Siddiqui, Saniya Qureshi, and others.
Sarwar Foundation in collaboration with Football for Peace, Universal Air Express, Henley, British Airways, and Snow Leopard Technology will work for the victims in Charsadda and other selected areas by providing them with rations, medicines, clothes, and medicines.
This partnership is part of a long-term endeavour to help restore some normality to the lives of those who are simply unable to survive under the threat of such natural destruction. Also, the football players including Adrian, Josh Norman, Adebayo Akinfenwa, Bacary Sagna, and Cherna Samba are promoting the cause of relief aid and raising awareness regarding floods in Pakistan.
On this occasion, Chaudhry Sarwar said that Sarwar Foundation will continue to work for the relief of flood victims with the support of overseas Pakistanis and British welfare organizations and will play a full role in their rehabilitation. He also expressed his special gratitude to the overseas Pakistanis who were working in British Airways.