Roshni Welfare Organization Shines Bright on International Literacy Day

Multan: In celebration of International Literacy Day, Roshni Welfare Organization illuminated the city of Multan with an inspiring convention that left an indelible mark on attendees. The event brought together educators, students, and parents from five prominent schools, all gathered to champion education, applaud high-achieving students, and honor the influential figures driving change within the community.

The convention, a beacon of hope and progress, had a dual purpose: to ignite the flames of passion for education and to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of students who have soared above and beyond.

Distinguished guests gracing the occasion included luminaries such as:

Zahra Sajjad Zaidi (Social Activist, Lawyer), a force for justice and change in society.
Dr. Irum Batool (Director of the Psychology Department, BZU), a leading academic shaping the future of education and mental well-being.
Dr. Mudassir (Professor, NUML), an academic luminary contributing significantly to the realm of education.
Ms. Jabeen Niazi (Chairperson, RWO), the driving force behind Roshni Welfare Organization, dedicated to community upliftment.
Mr. Muzaffar Abbas (Officer, Literacy Department), a passionate advocate for literacy and education.
Ms. Lubna Akhter (Social Activist, Principal of Brook Field School), an unwavering advocate for quality education.
Saddique Ahmad Dogar (Assistant Attorney General, Government of Pakistan, Legal Advisor, RWO), a legal luminary championing social justice and education.

The convention came alive with captivating performances by school students, infusing creativity and entertainment into the proceedings. A spellbinding magic show followed, enchanting the audience with its mystique.

The apex of the event was the enlightening speeches delivered by the esteemed guests, providing profound insights and inspiration to the eager attendees.

A pinnacle moment came as outstanding 9th-grade students were honored with prizes for their exceptional academic achievements. Additionally, certificates of recognition were bestowed upon 340 beneficiaries of the Each One Teach One Campaign, reflecting a commitment to illuminate every corner of the community with the light of education.

This commendable initiative was carried out under the Women’s Voice and Leadership – Pakistan project, generously funded by the Government of Canada through Global Affairs Canada. The project underscores the pivotal role of education in empowering women and catalyzing positive societal transformations.

The convention served as a powerful reminder of the transformative power of education and the unwavering dedication of individuals and organizations like Roshni Welfare Organization in making a substantial difference in countless lives.

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