Anila Talib is an award-winning writer from 61 countries.
She belongs to a village in the of Gujranwala. In her area, there was no education for girls. It was a backward area whose people were deprived of basic rights.
Anila Talib not only got her own education, but also started a private school for girls under the supervision of her father named Rezai Mustafa Middle School, which she ran for five years by giving free books, stationery, free uniforms, not from her school. Not only her village but the surrounding villages also benefited and she was able to successfully educate 2500 girls. She also established a free dispensary in his area, under the auspices of which more than three hundred people underwent free eye surgeries and every Sunday evening for five years, he continued to provide the services of a doctor for his area for a fee of only five rupees. Anila Talib donated two lakh rupees worth of medicine to her dispensary under the auspices of Standard Treatment Dispensary.
So far she has married fifty girls.
She educated the people.
Read the book listen to life, started a project under which 50 thousand people have been provided digital books for free, from which the students of the underprivileged areas have learned a lot.
She started giving lectures on ethics from the age of 10 years, the number of which has reached to 1000.
She kept his doors open for the poor of his area and freed them from mental restrictions by giving free counseling to 250 to 3000 sick divorced women.
She provided a platform for writers and published the writings of eight hundred and sixty girls in newspapers giving free services and published a digital magazine called Zuriz Magazine in which the writings of new writers are published.
Above all, Anila Talib has done everything to prevent cruelty to birds and animals in his area.
Save the animals, The campaign started and so far more than two hundred injured animals have been treated.
Their aim is the education of girls, that’s why they have not only given education to girls with less resources, but also conducted free online courses to give them skills.
In which more than 1000 girls have taken many courses including sewing, cooking arts and craft, beautification, Quran, spirituality, which are also provided with free digital certificates.
She thought of disposing of plastic to control environmental pollution and made five hundred bird feeders from plastic bottles in Gujranwala, Mansehra, Gujrat Chakwal and Lahore.
It was attached to the trees for bird food, which thousands of birds benefited from water and grain in the hot summer.
She has given free religious and moral education to more than five thousand girls so far.
In the future, they want to establish a quality free school for the two million children of Pakistan.
The area where the existence of a daughter was considered a punishment, now because of Anila Talib’s achievements and courage, daughters are considered a blessing. When Anila Talib
Sh said while talking to the media when he received the merit award from the royal family of Indonesia.
“In the eyes of some my world record is an achievement, in the eyes of others my winning the International Peace Award is an achievement But the biggest achievement for me is that the society that always told us things about having three sisters, the same people admitted with their own language that they wanted daughters like Anila.”
This victory is not only my victory, but it is the victory of every girl imprisoned in the traditions of a society oppressed by oppression, who believes in creating her own world without caring about the times.
“positive Face of pakistan Syeda Anila Talib”
An inspiration to all
Anila Talib is the first young writer from 61 countries
She won the Special Peace Award and raised the name of the country with pride.
She set a world record by writing ninety nine prose Hamds on All Asma ul husna’ in Urdu
Anila Talib has received top awards from many countries including USA, Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Morocco, Italy and Indonesia.
Anila Talib for her outstanding performance in a 15-second video contest on the subject of peace. Anila Talib, who was awarded the Merit Award and the title of Princess by the Indonesian royal family, is the first young Pakistani to receive this honor.
At the age of seventeen, Anila Talib created a project called Light for All, on which she was praised by the Princess of Africa.
Anila Talib Foundation
Created by Anila Talib, under which more than 5000 girls have so far received free education in the Holy Quran.
Anila Talib wants to create a center for free quality education for 4.2 million orphans of Pakistan .