KARACHI: Unilever and the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership have declared that Dr Sara Saeed of Pakistan has won the third HRH The Prince of Wales Young Sustainability Entrepreneur Prize.
Dr Sara Saeed, 29, fellow benefactor of doctHERs – an advanced stage which interfaces ruined groups in Pakistan to superb social insurance while reintegrating qualified female specialists into the workforce – was granted the prize at a prestigious honors function in London, UK on Monday.
Shazia Syed, Chairperson and CEO, Unilever Pakistan highlighted, "I am enchanted by the energy and determination Dr Saeed has appeared to expand access to social insurance and ladies strengthening in the field of solution. Her work demonstrates the picking up force for the Sustainable Development Goals that Unilever additionally bolsters. Youthful business visionaries require our assistance and backing to understand their drives and change the world to make a brighter future. I am particularly pleased to see a Pakistani get this prestigious honor this year."
Dr Sara Saeed remarked on her win, "When a patient gets treated in my center, and when a specialist lands a position and when a medical attendant is engaged in a group – my energy expands each day. I'm regarded to have gotten this honor and charmed that the work of doctHERs in Pakistan has been perceived, particularly in light of the imaginative and rousing activities of alternate finalists. With monetary and coaching bolster, I am presently anticipating working with group accomplices and associations, for example, Unilever to affect considerably more lives."