PAFWA under flood relief campaign collects Rs 28.3 mln


Pakistan Air Force Women’s Association under it’s flood relief campaign collected Rs 28.3 million through Flood Relief Camps so far and was further deposited in “PAF Flood Relief Fund”.

The recent monsoon rainfall and the emerging situation of national level flood disaster were demanding national level efforts and support for saving the humanity throughout the country.

PAFWA being a welfare organization has always stepped forward for conduct of relief activities to alleviate the suffering of those affected by disasters and natural calamites, a PAF news release said.

In the same pursuit, Pakistan Air Force Women’s Association under the dynamic leadership of President PAFWA Begum Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Baber Sidhu, joined by PAFWA members of Community Center AHQs Islamabad, Begum Chairman PAC Board Kamra along with Wives Managing Directors, Ladies at PAF Regional Air Commands and PAF Air War College Institute and Chairpersons PAFWA at Bases have established PAFWA Relief Camps at Marakaz-e-PAFWA at all PAF Bases to collect financial donations, clothing items and medicines for those in need.

Chief Liaison Officer PAFWA, Air Commodore Shahid Raza Khan, presented the cheque of Rs28.3 million to Deputy Chief of the Air Staff (Administration), Air Marshal Hamid Rashid Randhawa.

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