Pakistan Learning Festival 2024 held in Lahore

The two-day Pakistan Learning Festival 2024 in Lahore ended with Governor Muhammad Baligh-ur-Rehman closing the event. The festival had many learning activities, workshops, and talks. Governor Baligh-ur-Rehman said learning should continue every day. He stressed the importance of reading and learning for personal growth. “Festivals like this are important for our country,” he added.

The festival featured a diverse array of sessions, including “Learning through Role Play and Drama” by Atif Badar. A significant moment was the “Chutki ke Rang, Bachon ke Sang” launch event, where the National Book Foundation, in collaboration with ITA and Room to Read, introduced five new books. The event also showcased a compelling theatre workshop by Abuzar Malik, focusing on the intricacies of performance and storytelling. SOC Films presented screenings that narrated gripping stories, while WWF representatives spearheaded vital discussions on climate and water conservation.

In a parallel educational update, a group of fourth-year MBBS students from King Edward Medical University (KEMU), Lahore, visited the Model Mother and Child Health Center of the Institute of Public Health (IPH). Dr. Rabia Islam, the head of the Department of Mother and Child Health, acquainted the students with the extensive healthcare services available, emphasizing the importance of antenatal and postnatal care.

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