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1. Khyber to Karachi Peace Walk … Reception given by WWT at President House along with the President AJK Sardar Muhammad Yaqoob at Islamabad. Waqar Ali, Anees Abbasi, Danish Abbasi, Rashid Hussain and Sardar Bashir of WWT offered a warm welcome to Kasrat Rai while ensuring all possible favors and support till the accomplishment of this healthy move. The Chaiman and the General Secretary WWT expressed their appriation for this effort and added jointly that such efforts would help introduce peace in the society and would strengthen their set common social cause.
Countrywide walks and outdoor youth camps in support and promotion of Environmental Up-gradation are initiated last week (picture are attached herewith). This series of campaigns is started from the beautiful, Queen of Mountains Murree near Islamabad. Mr. Muhammad Shafique the Chairman Wesapk Welfare Trust (WWT) addressed the participants and highlighted the importance restoration and upgradation of healthy environment. The words of Mr. Shafique introduced a new spark and enthusiasm in participants towards love for nature and healthy environment. Among over 200 participants of the opening walk there were invited Mr. Sajjad Khan from Swabi (KPKP), Mr. Rizwan from Attock (KPKP), Mr. Munir Ahmed from Oghi Mansehra (KPKP), Mr. Mehtab from Azad Kashmir, Ms. Zahra from Rawalpindi, Mr. Raqeeb from Rawalpindi, Mr. Imran from Islamabad, representatives of Red Crecent Islamabad Chapter and Mr. Waqar Abbasi City President (CP) Murree. The walk went very well and received notable attraction. This 2 hours walk ended at the address of commitment and resolution from Mr. Waqar Abbasi CP Murree. He add in his inspiring address the positive results of this series of countrywide walks to enhance environmental conditions in targeted areas. The schedule for the upcoming walks and youth outdoor camps in Ayoubia, Nathialgali, Thandiani, Naran, Shogran, Malamjabba, Swat were reannounced at the end. The way this campaign is planned it would humbly contribute a good deal towards the achievement of one of the MDG’s (Environment) set by the United Nations. God willing this campaign accomplish its targeted objectives. WWT has made a comprehensive plan to contribute towards environmental up-gradation through walks, outdoor camps and campaigns. WWT has involved its volunteers and local populations in successful execution of its activities to achieve its targeted objectives. It has chalked out a program under which walks are being carried out in targeted towns and cities and effective points. These walks start with a inspiring addresses which we can as \"nut shell training\" and end at motivational closing and commitment oaths for contributions towards environmental enhancement. WWT calls the volunteers of the targeted areas before the date scheduled for their town. Volunteers under the supervision of WWT\'s employees or board members get the details for the walk and its ingredients. They are instructed to mobilize civil society in the targeted area for the set day to participate in the walk. These walks are carefully planned which consist of three very effective segments till the walk in certain area come to an end. These walks are the first in their nature because these are scheduled to cover the whole country. In these walks one can observe a short comprehensive training, inspiring education and a campaign for stopping cutting down of trees and planting more trees. Commitments are taken from participants to become active enough to produce notable results in a given time frame. Owing to these features walks in support to Environment are innovative in their nature. At the end of this series of walks there would be sufficient evidences of results, hence even at the very beginning of this set of activities there can be visualized an increased motivation among local masses and volunteers to contribute towards environmental up-gradation. Desirable results are expected to appear through this time consuming activity. The costs of this series of activities in support to environmental up-gradation is estimated Rs. 1.5 million which is being arranged comfortably through contribution making mechanism within WWT members. No problem is arising regarding expenses occur on these walks. WWT is very much hopeful to achieve targeted outcomes from this project, which is light in cost, smooth in execution, technical in it penetration in local masses and sustainable in its nature.
As a part of scheduled training to LES, DMM & TMM at WWT Centre in select cities and towns a session is conducted today 29 OCT, 2011 here in Murree.
The training was supervised by the CP Murree (City President VERTEX--WWT), Mr. Waqar Ali Abbasi. The training was started at 11:00 AM. The CP Murree requested the Administrator WWT-Murree, Mr. Anees ur Rahman Abbasi to start the meeting with the recitation from the Holy Quran. After the recitation Mr. Waqar Ali Abbasi introduced the newly appointed Tehsil Management Members (TMM) of WWT to the Chairman Mr. Muhammad Shafique and presented a brief detail of activities of WWT to the participants.
The chairman started his presentation with the name of Almighty Allah. He appreciated the participants (Tehsil Management Members) for the enthusiasm they have shown towards putting in efforts for the betterment of disaster hit population. He has also appreciated the motivational level, sincerity, and heartiest feelings of TMM towards the objectives and goals set for by WWT. Mr. Chairman livid emphasis on that we have to move forward with sincerity, motivation, enthusiasm and boldness to shape our objectives and efforts into reality. He said that for success all us will have to come out of comfort zone and work hard to transmute our plans of social development into reality.
During the training different twists were exercised so that to observe and strengthen the mental health of participants to deal with stress and challenging conditions. Towards the mid of the training session typical VERTEX’s brain storming was observed which had been the most exciting and rendering portion of the whole training. Mechanism to deal emergency situations had been the focal area of the training wherein assumed occurrences were cross-discussed. All participants showed extended interest in each segment of the training. Towards the end of the training tasks were assigned collectively and refinement of ethical approach of the concerned communities of participants was emphasized. All participants urged for the second phase of the training which is yet to be scheduled. The training session came to an end in the evening with plan of action and advice by the Chairman WWT. All departed in a good humor having their new tasks and resolutions ahead.
TMM VERTEX Murree Chapter (Training WWT)