Young Pakistani receives 2nd International Diana Award

Amyen, aged 18, from Pakistan is the second person to receive the International Diana Award. Aymen was presented with the Diana Champion Vol...


Amyen, aged 18, from Pakistan is the second person to receive the International Diana Award.
Aymen was presented with the Diana Champion Volunteer award for her work with Make a Wish Foundation in Pakistan.
Aymen helps fulfil the wishes of young people with terminal illnesses, such as riding a bike, meeting a cricketer etc.
On receiving the second International Diana Award, Aymen said: “It is an honour for me as a Pakistani to be recognised at an international level and be amongst some of the most dedicated young people who passionately work to make a difference in their community. Since receiving my Diana Award I have increased in confidence. I am looking forward to fulfilling more wishes and taking young patients abroad to meet their idols.”
The British Deputy High Commissioner, Mr. Francis Campbell presented the award to Aymen at an award ceremony in Karachi in the presence of dignitaries, board member and volunteers of Make-A-Wish Foundation Pakistan.

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