A Pakistani businessman named Huma Fakhar has been nominated for the UK’s Global Woman Inspiration Award for her work in Pakistan’s business and social sectors.
The Global Woman Club chose the nominees for the award, which will be given out on July 17 in London.
Fakhar said in a statement that she was thrilled to be considered for the UK’s Global Woman Inspiration Award and that she felt “deeply honoured” to be chosen.
Deepak Chopra and Madame Mir Elle will give awards to a total of 12 women from around the world. She said, “I was nominated because he has been an inspiration for my work in Pakistan, both as a businessperson and as someone who helps in the social sector.”
This award honours a woman who has inspired and pushed other women through her amazing journey, conquering challenges and making a positive difference in her community.
She thanked her family and friends for their support by saying, “Thank you for the continued support of my family and friends.”
Fakhar is a co-author of the book “Doodh Darya,” which was written by Pakistan’s White Revolution Dairy Investments. This book helped set up corporate dairy farms in Pakistan and gave more than 500,000 women jobs in the dairy industry.
She has also encouraged and taught girls in shelters in Pakistan, especially those who are girls, how to be business owners at the school level. This has helped them to support themselves.
The candidate from Pakistan has been serving his country in India-Pakistan, Afghanistan-Pakistan, and Malaysia-Pakistan Business groups, as well as in Trade Ministerial meetings in Doha, Hong Kong, Mexico, and at the White House in the United States.
Her work is also being recognized for the newly launched circularity fund “Green Footprints,” which helps startups with circular business models, circular research and development, creativity, and sustainable supply lines, especially in the food sector.