Pakistani female are shining on ‘The Diana Award’ by Lady Diana Welfare Organization consective the second year. This year Raina Khan Barki and previously Nida Shehzad bags this prestigious award for Pakistan.
An 18-year-old girl from Pakistan receives ‘The Diana Award’ and makes Pakistan proud.
According to Baaghi TV, 18-year-old Raina Khan from Pakistan has been honored with ‘The Diana Award’ for going above and beyond in her daily life to create and sustain positive change.
Hailing from Lahore and just 18 years old, Raina has made Pakistan proud and recognized internationally by winning the highest accolade that any young individual can get for social action or humanitarian efforts – The Diana Award.
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As per sources, Raina has been voted as one of the 50 most influential women in Pakistan thanks to her efforts in female empowerment, health and hygiene, free education, and social entrepreneurship.
The Diana Award
About ‘The Diana Award’, it was established in memory of Princess of Wales, Lady Diana Spencer and is given out by the charity of the same name that is working now with the support of her sons, Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex.
Raina is the CEO/founder of Zenana Foundation, a non-profit organization run by youth, that helps out hundreds of women around by setting up fundraisers and volunteers around the globe to conduct free schooling and allowing skills training program(s) for women to sell sustainable garments.
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The 18-year-old Raina Khan, from Society for International Education, Lahore, has been recognized with the highest honor a young person can achieve for social action.
“To get my name associated with someone who is known for her work and not for her royal luxuries is an absolute honor. It means more than what it would have meant if I worked for it. I got it for the work I didn’t expect anything in return for,” said Raina while talking to Parhlo.
“This award is not mine alone. It belongs to every Pakistani who did something for their country. The award belongs to every human who did something for the sake of humanity. It belongs to every young person who worked towards bringing change,” added Raina.
“The award belongs to all the women who stood for themselves and the others around them. It belongs to every philanthropist who worked in silence. The award belongs to all the supporters, the youth, the women, the changemakers. This belongs to you all as much as it does to me.”
Baaghi TV also congratulates this young lady and wishes her all the best in her future endeavors and making Pakistan a proud nation abroad.
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