Fauzia Minallah is a friend of ANT-Hiroshima in Pakistan. She reports that 110 copies of the peace education book, Sadako’s Prayer, were distributed at the, Universal Gospel Assembly Church, at the Christain Colony, Islamabad and the story was read out to the assembled children.
50 books were also donated to Pehli Kiran School, Islamabad.
Here are some photos of the book reading event:
Fauzia Minallah runs the Funkor Child Art Centre. Funkor uses the medium of arts to extend children’s outlook and awareness of the concepts of environment and heritage protection, human rights, equality, tolerance and peace. Funkor is made up of an urdu word fun meaning art and kor a pushtu word meaning house, in other words an art house for children. For more information see Funkor News Blog.