Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) held hands with Pink Ribbon for today’s match. The pink ribbon is a conclusion, treatment and counseling institute for Breast Cancer patients and potential unfortunate casualties. Also, they have been running different mindfulness crusades for as far back as couple of years.
Gaddafi stadium will be turning pink to spread awareness for the Pakistan vs Sri Lanka match tomorrow.
Before the beginning of the third match of the T20I series in a ceremony that the President of Pakistan Dr Arif Alvi and the Chairman of PCBwill be attending, Ehsan Mani, the commanders of the two groups will be pinned with pink ribbons. Arif Alvi will be the one to stick the lace on the commanders while different players and match authorities will wear the strips all through the match.
Pink stumps will be marked in the T20I match of PAK vs SL. The brands supporting the arrangement will turn their marking hues to pink in the ground for the afternoon. PCB is in any event, urging fans to sport pink to the match to help raise and support the awareness campaign.
Gaddafi stadium will give away around 12,000 strips among the audience. They will likewise be giving more than 750 pink shirts to the group of spectators in different zones of the arena.
It is important to raise awareness of this disease since Asian ladies are the most prone to it in every single Asian nation. The hazard rate to develop breast cancer is one out of each nine ladies of any age in Pakistan.
Despite the fact that there are numerous purposes for the enormous number of exploited people however Pink Ribbon is concentrating more on spreading awareness about it. This is on the grounds that breast disease is reparable whenever analyzed at a beginning period and the odds of survival of the diagnosed individual become more than 90 percent.
The Minar-e-Pakistan and the President House in US had also turned pink for the same purpose.
Hence, the awareness is important for Pakistan and the government is making sure to support it every possible way.
Written by: Barirah Abdul Khaliq