Uniting Against Breast Cancer: An Event by QAF, Zarmeena Foundation and Sadaa Bahar

Uniting Against Breast Cancer: An Event by QAF, Zarmeena Foundation and Sada Bahar

A significant breast cancer awareness event was hosted at Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University, Peshawar, jointly organized by the Quick Action Foundation (QAF), the Zarmeena Foundation and Sadaa Bahaar. The event aimed to raise awareness, support survivors, and strengthen the fight against breast cancer.

A picture of the Organizers of the breast cancer awareness Event
A picture of the Organizers at Event

The event was graced by the esteemed presence of MAX SHAW, CEO of Max Holdings. His attendance highlighted the corporate sector’s commitment to social initiatives, emphasizing the importance of collective action in the battle against breast cancer.

Max Shaw ‘CEO of MAX Holdings’, is at sitting among the Organizers of the event

The Breast Cancer Awareness Event had two main goals:

1. Education and Awareness: People need to know about breast cancer, what might make it more likely to happen, and how to find it early. Knowing all this helps us protect ourselves and the people we love.

2. Supporting Survivors: We cheered for people who have fought breast cancer and won. They are heroes who showed us that we can beat this disease. We also talked about breaking the wrong ideas some people have about breast cancer. Everyone should be able to talk about it and get help when they need it.

Max Shaw and Founder of QAF Mrs. Tasneem Zahir Signing the MOU

A pivotal moment during the event was the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between QAF, and Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University. The MOU between the foundations and the university sets the stage for ongoing collaboration and future collaborations, helping to raise awareness of many subjects of female students.

Thanks to the Zarmeena Foundation, QAF, Sadaa Bahaar, and Max Shaw for collaborating to hold an event regarding a subject that is seldom discussed but is of the utmost importance, especially for young girls in Pakistan. We hope that these types of events are organized in the future as well.

Written by Istafa Ali


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