Although lots of aspects where we feel embarrassed at being Pakistani yet somewhere in the world we are being praised and acclaimed. This time the thing that made us proud is the moment we came to know that two Pakistanis got elected to be part of the Asia 21 Young Leader Class 2015 by the Asia Society in New York.
Mohsin Ali Mustafa and Muhammad Sabir are the two diligent young Pakistani who hold the honour of being part of the esteemed class of 2015 among others from various parts of the world.
The Asia 21 Young leaders Initiative, which is in its 10th year, brags a chain of up to 800 young leaders from 30 nations. The leaders are elected through a highly competitive contest based on extraordinary achievements, commitment to public service and a recognized genius to make the world a better place.
Mohsin Ali Mustafa is a medical doctor in Pakistan who organizes the communications and plans of Aman Healthcare services. From this position, he work with the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, where he is creating a disaster-management framework for Karachi and ultimately the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia regions. He has given training almost 11,000 people in basic life support and first response.
The other Pakistani, Muhammad Sabir, is a the founder of Slumabad, which is an organization seeking to give every child living in slums the edge to experience joy, and to save lives through spreading awareness regarding safe sanitation practices.