London: Three Pakistani youngsters succeeded to get Queen’s Young Leaders Awards from Elizabeth II.
The Queen’s Young Leaders Awards were honored to Mahnoor Syed, Hassan Mujtaba Zaidi, and Haroon Yasin at the Buckingham Palace. Queen Elizabeth II honored these Pakistani youngsters in a festive ceremony.
The Queen’s Young Leaders Awards are provided on the basis of any youngster’s community services and to recognize the exceptional youngsters between the age brackets of 18-29 years. It is a sign of acknowledgement to youngsters, who have a leading role in their communities and people’s lives transformation.
Mahnoor Syed’s Startup “Spread the Word” holds extra-curricular workshops for school students on different issues. However, the main focused issues are child abuse, bullying, and mental and physical health.
Hassan Mujtaba Zaidi utilizes art to educate poor youngsters in Pakistan. His organization Discovering New Artists (DNA) provides free training and education to students who cannot afford school fees or expenses.
Haroon Yasin founded Orenda that assists underprivileged children to get a quality education. The organization teaches national curriculum to Pakistani children through the advanced digital education model.