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Pritpal Singh Awarded for Afghan Media work by Tomorrow's Hope

Honored with Media Award at the Launch of Tomorrow's Hope Project

The official launch of Tomorrow's Hope Project (امید فردا - دسبا هیله) was welcomed by Afghans from all different ethnicity and backgrounds, living in the UK.

Mr. Sear Sadat

The event began with a message from the Ambassador of Afghanistan in the United Kingdom, His Excellency Mr Said Tayeb Jawad. It followed by the intro video of the show and a speech by Mr Sear Sadat (Founder and Presenter). Mr Gharghasht Gharghakht (Project Manager) provided further information about the show and how the community can support us to achieve the vision of Tomorrow's Hope (امید فردا - دسبا هیله).

The event was presented by the talented, Mr Naveed Noormal. Mr Gharghasht, on behalf of the team, gave appreciation awards to members and organizations who had served the community and Afghan diaspora.

Award for Afghanistan Media work from Ms Najiba Laima Kasraee, BBC Journalist in London

The appreciations were awarded to APN (Professional category), Maiwand Sports Club (Sports category), Farkhunda Trust (Education category), Sherzi Exchange (Business category), Pritpal Singh (Media category) and IICC (Community Service category). The event followed with raffle prizes and entertainment by Mr Ramin Fazli.


Pritpal Singh speech at the launch of Tomorrow's Hope
"My dream is, one day there is peace in Afghanistan. Where I can go with my family, with my children, with my wife, with my parents and with my relatives, free travel all across Afghanistan, and there should be no conflict, no harassement and nothing, this is my dream"

Pritpal Singh
Afghan Journalist & Documentary Maker

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