Daughters of Pakistan

Aamaal’s childhood has given her unique insight into surviving and thriving against all odds. Orphaned at the age of twelve, Aamaal clung tightly to her siblings. Three years later, her brother died. Despite her losses, a lack of resources, and other obstacles, Aamaal went on to complete her education. She taught at a Bible society and even served as vice president of a Bible college. Now living in the United States, Aamaal uses her passion and experiences to facilitate educational opportunities for girls in her homeland. By serving as a liaison between WAR, Int’l and her sister’s program in Pakistan, she has helped dozens of girls learn to read and write, continue their education, and influence their communities. WAR, Int’l is proud to partner with Aamaal and her sister to educate and empower the daughters of their country.


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