Bashir and Mariyam Dawood, humanitarians who work in the developing world, believe that life is about much more than simply satisfying fundamental survival necessities such as food, healthcare, and education.
They had contributed to disaster relief efforts in Pakistan. It was a volatile decade in Pakistan, as it was around the globe, during the decade that began in the year 2000. Terrorism had reached unprecedented heights, and natural disasters seemed to be wreaking havoc on the world on an unstoppable schedule. Millions of people were forced to evacuate their houses due to the extreme weather conditions.
The work done by the Dawood foundation is extremely impressive and inspiring
bashir dawood and his wife Mariyam Dawood joined with the YMCA Project Bridge Youth Centre in Singapore to offer certain fortunate kids a taste of life on the fast track. The goal was to aid impoverished teens and at-risk youngsters. They invited a group of 15 teenagers to the Marina Bay Street Circuit to see the Formula One auto-racing event live as part of the Singapore Grand Prix weekend! In addition, the pair treated the fortunate teenagers to a mouth-watering buffet feast at Singapore Club Suite as well as a spellbinding magic performance at the hotel. For the 15 youth centre participants from the YMCA Project Bridge Youth Center, it was an unforgettable experience. For them, it was a night filled with fast vehicles, delicious food, and breathtaking performances that they would remember for a long time.