August 05, 2022
ISLAMABAD—To promote peace and raise awareness around the climate crisis, Women Journalists Association of Pakistan (WJAP), Youth Climate Activists of Pakistan, and Global Neighbourhood for Media Innovation organized a friendly football match at Jinnah Stadium Friday.
The Youth Climate Activists Pakistan beat Women Journalists 3-0 and won the trophy.
The Climate Activists proved to be a bold challenge for their rivals. They maintained the pressure throughout the game and took the lead through Ayla Adil. Playing well, she later scored two more goals to seal the victory.
Women Journalists also gave a tough time to their rivals, Fauzia Kalsoom Rana, Sana Arshad, and Sabeen making aggressive attempts to score.
Rozina Ali from Channel 24 led Women Journalists. Their team included Sana Arshad (Aaj TV), Rukhsana Musarat (Radio Pakistan), Fauzia Kalsoom Rana (Aaj TV), Kiran Khan (DawnNews TV), Sabeen (GNN), and Zakhia (PTV).
Aleena Adil captained the Climate Activists. Her teammates were Ameera Adil, Ayla Adil, Hania Imran, Rukhsana, and Shazia.
Myra Imran, Vice President of National Press Club Islamabad,
presented the winning and runner-up trophies and souvenirs.
All the participants also planted saplings at the Pakistan Sports Complex to make the event more purposeful.
Fauzia Kalsoom Rana, the Peace Leader and Convener of the Women Journalists Association of Pakistan, and Myra Imran managed and organized the event.
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