The Pakistan Squash Federation propelled another improvement activity in a joint effort with Squash Australia and Sport Matters, on Friday, at the Mushaf Squash Complex in Islamabad. The Squash Classroom is an improvement venture that will utilize squash to advance wellbeing, sexual orientation equity and training for youth in Pakistan.
Seventeen youth pioneers and tutors were available at the dispatch to present fundamental squash aptitudes and exhibit a portion of the learning exercises that adolescent and grade school understudies around the nation will take part in. Youth Leader from Peshawar, Noorena Shams, stressed the significance of making open doors for youth administration and the benefit of connecting instruction and game together.
“Through this program the Pakistan Squash Federation and Squash Australia are empowering us to engage our pens through our rackets and offer significance to physical instruction as well,” Shams said. The program will start in April in Pakistan’s four noteworthy urban communities and reach more than 600 youngsters matured in the vicinity of 18 and 25 this year.
Three squash legends Jahangir Khan, Maria Toorpakai and Farhan Mehboob are additionally supporting The Squash Classroom as program ministers. Australia’s Acting High Commissioner in Pakistan, Jurek Juszcyk was available at the dispatch alongside Jackie Lauff, CEO of Sport Matters from Australia, Group Captain Amir Nawaz, Secretary of the Pakistan Squash Federation, and Wing Commander Tahir Sultan, approaching Secretary of the Pakistan Squash Federation.