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PFOWA annual charity bazaar attracts huge crowds

ISLAMABAD, Nov 15 (DNA): A large number of people from different walks of life including diplomats with their family members thronged to Foreign Office on bright Sunday to attend annual charity bazaar organized by Pakistan Foreign Office Women’s Association (PFOWA) and enjoyed variety of food, cuisine and cultural activities of different countries. Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq along with his wife inaugurated the annual charity bazar which attracted a large crowed who witnessed a variety of traditional products from over fifty countries and Pakistan along with traditional and tasty food items.

Speaking on the occasion the Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq appreciated the efforts of the spouses of Foreign Office officials for their hard work to generate funds to help the children of low paid employees of the Foreign office to cater their needs of education and health.

The speaker said to provide educational and health facilities to the children of low paid employees and needy is a very noble cause and those who are organizing such activities deserved appreciation.

Appreciating the contribution and share of the diplomatic community in raising funds by Pakistan Foreign Office Women’s Association (PFOWA), the Speaker said it is very encouraging and made the Foreign Office a bigger family.
Addressing the function Reema Ayaz Sadiq, the wife of the Speaker National Assembly, appreciated the efforts of PFOWA and said that everyone had to spare some time and money to help the needy especially to meet the educational and health facilities of the children of low
paid employees. She also said it is very noble cause and everyone should extend their full cooperation and assistance to the efforts of the PFOWA.
Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry speaking on the occasion said he had been associated with this organization since the joining to Foreign Office in 1981 and proud to be part of this charity organization.
He further said this organization is being run by the wives of the officers of the Foreign Office and it deserved appreciation and credit for its continuous efforts to provide help and assistance to deserving sons and daughters of the low paid employees of the Foreign Office.=DNA


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