The Society for Multiple Sclerosis Patients in Pakistan is proud to announce that we have been invited to attend the 24th Humanitarian Service Awards Ceremony to be held at Islamabad Hotel, Islamabad, on Thursday 24 October 2019.
Our Society has dedicated nine years of service to create awareness and knowledge about Multiple Sclerosis in Pakistan. Apart from creating MS awareness, the Society has also been helping and supporting deserving MS patients by providing free of cost medical assistance to help them manage and cope with their disease. We have also been educating patients on how to cope with their disease and how to live a better life with MS.
The society was established in 2011 by Society President Afroz Syed after she was diagnosed with MS on 31 January 2011. It was registered with the Registrar Joint Stock Companies under the SOCIETIES REGISTRATION ACT, 1860 as a registered charity on 20 February 2014. Ever since then, the primary focus of the organization has been to improve the current conditions of Multiple Sclerosis patients in Pakistan through education, awareness, providing medical assistance, and guidance.
These unyielding efforts of the society have been recognized by the Network for Human and Social Development. NHSD acknowledged the society’s effort by electing it as a recipient for its Humanitarian Service Award. Network for Human and Social Development is a registered charity with Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy (PCP). They have covered projects with national and international organizations to help generate donations to support vulnerable people in Pakistan and address their socioeconomic issues.
NHDS will be holding an award ceremony on 24th October 2019, at Islamabad Hotel, Islamabad. The Society’s President Afroz Syed will be attending the ceremony where she will be given the Humanitarian Service Award for the services the Society has been offering for the welfare of MS patients in Pakistan and to raise awareness about the disease. We are honored, humbled, and delighted to receive this award, and intend to continue our efforts to serve MS patients in the coming years as well.
Stay tuned for updates and photos which we will post after the event.