PAFWAPakistan Air Force Women's Association
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Highlighting the importance of national heritage and preservation of historical documents for our future generations, President PAFWA said that such unique photographs not only let the younger generations have a glimpse of the past but also make them aware of the selfless sacrifices made by our forefathers, while struggling for a separate homeland.
Begum Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan, President PAFWA inaugurated the exhibition.
Begum Tazeen Mujahid, President PAFWA and high ranking PAF officers and lady wives attended the ceremony.Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar emphasized that provision of high standard education at primary level is the need of the hour as to lay solid foundation for the ever inquisitive young minds.
Pakistan Air Force Women Association (PAFWA) was created in December, 1965 with a view to uplift social, educational and economic conditions of low-paid employees of Pakistan Air Force and their families.
In fact, no society can Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Minister for Foreign Affairs afford to ignore women that account and Begum Farzana Qamar, Chairperson, PAFWA along with the faculty members and graduating students for half of its population.
The main objectives of PAFWA are to improve the health and well-being of PAF personnel and their families and also participate in relief operations during any natural calamity.
Teachers Training Institute is the project of Pakistan Air Force Women Association (PAFWA).
ISLAMABAD -- Under the auspices of Pakistan Air Force Women Association (PAFWA) a two-day annual art exhibition titled 'Creative Expression' was held at Officers' Mess, PAF Complex Islamabad.
The project, completed by the Pakistan Air Force Women Association (PAFWA), is aimed at imparting quality training to future teachers.
Coordination Saira Tarar was chief guest, while Begum Talat Sohail, President Pakistan Air Force Women's Association (PAFWA) was also present on the occasion.
He further said that services and contribution of late Begum Farhat Nur Khan in the field of education and Pakistan Women Association (PAFWA) would never be forgotten and she would always be remembered as a beacon of light and source of inspiration for the generations to come.
The Teachers Training Institute is a project of the Pakistan Air Force Women Association (PAFWA).