Federal Minister Madad Ali Sindhi Launches the Roll-out of Anti-Drug Awareness Campaign Imitated by PEIRA IN Collaboration with ANF in Educational Institutions.

Federal Minister for Education and Professional Training Mr. Madad Ali Sindhi officially launched the roll-out of an anti-drug awareness campaign imitated by the Private Educational  Regulatory Authority(PEIRA) in collaboration with the Anti-Narcotics Force in the Inaugural seminar to roll-out the campaign was held at the City School today, Wednesday August, 30 participated by a group of 150 students, teacher, parents, and representatives of academia, The seminar served as a platform to discuss the possible solutions to tackle this menace.
To widen the scope and effectiveness of this campaign, a series of similar seminars will be conducted at six major private educational institutions in the ICT over the next couple o months. Employing a cluster approach, the campaign aims to maximize outreach and impact by including smaller Institutions in the outskirts of Islamabad.
The caretaker Federal Minister Mr. Madad Ali Sindhi expressed his optimism about the campaign, stating, “This initiative represents a crucial step forward in eradicating the potential issue of drug abuse. It highlights the pivotal role educational Institutions can play in shaping a healthier future for our youth”
Dr. Syeda Zia Batool the Chairperson of PEIRA, emphasized the commitment to this cause by noting, “Addressing the issue of drug abuse isn’t peripheral to our educational goals; it is central. Ensuring the physical and mental well-being of our students is imperative for nurturing an environment conducive to learning and personal growth”.