Pakistan ladies’ national football skipper Hajra Khan is currently the most current Ambassador for the British Asian Trust, one of Prince of Wales’ philanthropies in the UK.
She has joined a large group of prominent figures, including Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Sanam Saeed, and Noreen Khan, to be a boss of the association’s psychological well-being work in Pakistan.
Hajra will advance the British Asian Trust’s psychological well-being work to make mass mindfulness about emotional well-being issues and empower the British Asian Trust to scale up its Mental Health Program in Pakistan.
As indicated by the World Health Organization, there are in excess of 50 million individuals in Pakistan influenced by emotional well-being issues yet there are less than 400 rehearsing therapists and no network psychological well-being administrations. The trust plans to contact 150,000 individuals and contact the lives of 500,000 increasingly throughout the following five years through arrangement of network based mental human services, preparing and attention to improve learning, referrals and access to help.
Hajra moved toward becoming commander of Pakistan’s National Women’s Football crew at 20 years old. She is the main Pakistani footballer to have been welcomed by and prepared with German Bundesliga Clubs. Marked by SHR Football Club in Maldives, she is additionally the main Pakistani to score in excess of 100 objectives in her club vocation. She has been a functioning promoter for bringing issues to light about psychological well-being issues in the nation and gave a Ted Talk ‘Competitors and Mental Health-The Unrevealed Contender’.
“It takes every one of us to have any kind of effect for us all so it is a flat out respect for me to come on board as a minister for British Asian Trust; to help and add to a South Asia that is better for all,” said Hajra.
The British Asian Trust has been supporting emotional well-being programs in Pakistan since 2011 and scaled up this work significantly in 2018.