Abrar ul Haq urges youth to play their role for equitable food system, promotion of healthcare.
The issues and priorities keeping in view the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, particularly demands actions & measures to bring improvement in health.
Chairman PRCS Abrar ul Haq while addressing volunteers countrywide in a webinar held in connection with International Youth Day said PRCS volunteers have strong acceptance in the communities, they are Agents of Behavior Change and they have always played an effective and efficient role in changing the minds of people during awareness campaigns, thereby promoting a culture of peace, tolerance and non-violence through community watch.
Chairman PRCS said the unique idea of ‘Muhafiz Force’, comprising trained volunteers, did well and its actuation benefitted 96,000 households across the country, provided food and health advice to more than 600,000 people.
”PRCS volunteers collected food from philanthropists and affording communities and passed it on to the poor families, the idea was appreciated by the US media and declared it as the most workable solution to the subject”.