Noor Fatima Rashid, a talented and compassionate young girl, receives the esteemed International Diana Award for her exceptional social work.
Inspired by the legacy of Abdul Sattar Edhi and Mother Teresa, Noor embarked on her journey as a social worker at a young age, participating in fundraisers for disaster relief and aiding earthquake victims.
Her passion for making a positive difference only grew stronger, as she actively volunteered for various causes, including child abuse awareness and girls’ education. Noor’s unwavering dedication empowered her to establish her own organization, ‘Quwat e Uraan,’ advocating for change and reaching out to thousands in need.
Her kindness extended to providing aid during the COVID-19 pandemic and empowering young females to pursue education and raise their voices on social issues. Beyond her impactful social work, Noor also excelled in the field of chess, representing Pakistan with pride.
Her historic victory against an Indian opponent garnered attention and accolades.
Recently, Noor was honored with the prestigious “Hamaray Heroes” award, a testament to her determination and the positive change she has brought to her community. Her remarkable story serves as an inspiration, demonstrating the immense power of passion and dedication in creating meaningful change, not just in Pakistan but also on an international stage.