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Mansha attends the British Asian Trust’s annual reception, meets Prince Charles

Nishat Mian Group President Mohammad Mansha attended the British Asian Trust’s annual reception and met Charles, the prince of Wales, on Wednesday.

The reception and dinner at the British Museum were held to celebrate the organization’s many achievements over the past year and efforts to raise funds support COVID-19 recovery in all of South Asia.

Mansha was recently named president by the British Asian Trust of its advisory board in Pakistan.

Other noteworthy guests al event including Chancellor Rishi Sunak, Interior Minister Priti Patel, Health Secretary Sajid Javid and Adar and Natasha Poonawalla, chiefs of the Serum Institute of India and long-term supporters of confidence.

Mansha said on the occasion: “I am honored to have him met Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at the British Asian Trust Annual Reception and Dinner at the British Museum. The British Asian Trust’s fundraising efforts to combat poverty, inequality and injustice in South Asia countries like Pakistan is highly commendable and quite a feat in the current COVID-19 environment. I am grateful to the prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and British Asian Trust for their kind hospitality and generosity. Having just learned of his health, I also take this opportunity to wish Prince of Wales a quick recovery from Covid-19 “.

The British Asian Trust is founded in 2007 by the prince of Wales and British Asian business leaders to address widespread poverty, inequality and injustice in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

Over the last year raised the British Asian Trust over £ 10 million for his post-Covid recovery efforts. He secured £ 2 million of matched financing from the UK government for the BAT program for the economic empowerment of women, which will allow nearly 10,000 Pakistanis women to find a job or start a business in a post-Covid world.

Mansha is a committed philanthropist and provides support to a number of causes in health care, women education, sustainable tourism, sports poverty reduction e social elevation. It has provided financial assistance e support to several hospitals in Pakistan on on a personal as well as a corporate level.

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