Governor’s wife launches clean drinking water initiative



Amraiz Khan

Begum Perveen Sarwar, wife of Governor Punjab, has launched an initiative called “One Vision for Goals” to provide relief to the people in various sectors.

This initiative is aimed at working in the sectors of clean drinking water, health, education and tree plantation.

In the first phase, 2 filtration plants have been inaugurated and the foundation stone of one has been laid whereas 1,000 fruit trees have also been planted.

Begum Perveen Sarwar, wife of Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar and Chairperson of Sarwar Foundation, while talking to media, said that with the collaboration of Punjab Aab-e-Pak Authority, TEVTA, Islamic Aid, Sarwar Foundation and AFFAQ, we have launched One Vision for Goals. She further said that its sole purpose is to serve humanity.

In the first phase, 2 filtration plants have been inaugurated in Sargodha from where thousands of people will be able to get clean drinking water daily. One thousand fruit trees were also planted with the volunteers from Punjab Girl Guides Association.

She said that these organisations will work in collaboration to install and restore Water Filtration Plants so that an uninterrupted supply of safe drinking water can be ensured to the public.

Begum Perveen Sarwar further said that ‘One Vision Four Goals’ will provide facilities of health, education and clean drinking water, particularly in rural areas.

In addition to the weekly medical camps, free books will be provided to the children and where necessary, and schools or skills training centers will be set up in collaboration with welfare organizations and TEVTA.

Perveen Sarwar said that service of humanity is the mission of her life and only those who serve humanity live in the history.

She said that Pakistan belongs to all of us, saying that together we have to make it strong and prosperous and provide all basic facilities to the people including health and education.

Begum Perveen Sarwar said that Islamic Aid is already working with Sarwar Foundation in the clean water initiative.


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