Amazing Pakistani muniba mazari

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. abstract. MUNIBA MAZARI.

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Muniba Mazari Baloch (Urdu: منیبہ مزاری; born 3 March 1987, also known as the Iron Lady of Pakistan, a Pakistani activist, anchor artist, model, singer and motivational speaker . Muniba Mazari is from a Baloch background, belonging to the tribe of Mazari. She was born in Rahim Yar Khan which is in southern Punjab on 3 March 1987. Muniba went to the Army Public School, and later attended college in her native home town for a BFA. At the age of 18, before she could complete her studies, she was married. In 2008, she was involved in an accident, which left her paraplegic . On 27 February 2008, Muniba and her husband were travelling from Quetta to Rahim Yar Khan. Their car met with an accident, in which she sustained several major injuries, including broken bones in her arm (both radius and ulna), rib-cage, shoulder blade, collarbone and spine. Her lungs and liver were also deeply cut. Moreover, her entire lower body was left paralysed . She was taken to a nearby hospital, which was ill-equipped to deal with such a severe case. She was then moved to a hospital in Rahim Yar Khan, and eventually, she was admitted to the Agha Khan Hospital, Karachi. Post-surgery, she was left bed-ridden for two years. Physiotherapy started, which helped her recover enough to use a wheelchair. After treatment for her injuries, Muniba moved to Rawalpindi. In 2011, four years after the accident, Muniba adopted her son, Nael. Muniba Mazari has gained fame in multiple areas, as an artist, activist, anchor, model, singer and motivational speaker. Most of her career, however, has been built on painting and motivational speaking..

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abstract. CAREER:. Muniba Mazari has gained fame in multiple areas, as an artist, activist, anchor, model, singer and motivational speaker. Most of her career, however, has been built on painting and motivational speaking. She also started work at her son's school for a startup project called Dheeray Bolo (Speak Slowly), which involved teaching Urdu at various schools. The managing director of Pakistan Television (PTV) at the time, Mohammad Malik, learnt about her because of her TED talk, and asked her to work at PTV. She also worked for Clown Town in September, 2014, which allowed her to work with children and the elderly. Apart from this, Muniba was chosen by Pond's as the Pond's Miracle Woman. She was also chosen by international hairdressing salon, Toni & Guy, to become the first-ever wheelchair-using model in Asia. Her first campaign for them was called Women of Substance. Muniba Mazari has been a part of Dil Say Pakistan's campaign to spread the feeling of patriotism and unity in Pakistan. She has performed as a singer for them, including in a YouTube video which was published in August 2017 as part of their Independence Day campaign for that year. In June 2019, Muniba was appointed by the current Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, to be a part of Pakistan's first ever National Youth Council..

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Muniba claims that being in a wheelchair was the happiest day of her life. She decided to confront and conquer all of her fears. “That day, I looked in the mirror, applying a lip color, and told myself, ‘I’ll never give up.’” I’ll never live up to anyone’s expectations.” She said. That day, she planned to write down all of her fears and face them one by one .Husband Fear Her biggest fear was being divorced by her husband, and the next thing she did was set him free .Motherhood Her second biggest fear was not able to give birth and be a mother, so she applied to different organizations and orphanages. After two years, in 2011, she got a call from an agency, and she adopted her son the Nile who is 10 years old now. Sympathy Syndrome Her third largest fear was facing people and the look of sympathy in their eyes. But she overcame that fear too by going out in public and not minding their sympathy. She had always hated being accepted as a differently-abled citizen in the world. Because since she embraced herself before everyone else, she no longer cares what others think of her..

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• 100 Inspirational Women of 2015 (BBC) • 500 most influential Muslims of the world • First Pakistani UN GoodWill Ambassador for UN Women • Forbes 30 Under 30 - 2016 • The Karic Brothers Awards 2017 in Serbia by The Karic Foundation • Muniba Mazari received Karic Brothers Award in Belgrade, Serbia under the category of humanitarian services.

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. . abstract. WHY SHE IS AN AMAZING PAKISTANI.

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She has participated as a motivational speaker on various fronts, with her first break being TED Talks, Islamabad. Some of her notable works as a speaker include: •Entrepreneurs' Organization Network, Pakistan •Motivational speech at Army Public School, Peshawar and Combined Military Hospital, Peshawar. She also sang Ye Watan Tumhara Hai by Mehdi Hassan Leader's Summit •Motivational speech at Bank Alfalah Training Centre, Lahore •Invited as a guest to Women Entrepreneurship Day at the National University of Science and Technology Business School •Talked about social entrepreneurship at the Youth Alumni Reunion 2014 •Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) •VCon Malaysia •Vcon Dubai.

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Be grateful for what you have, and trust me you'll have more. - Muniba Mazari QuotesPen.com.

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