In a remarkable achievement, Pakistan’s school for earthquake orphans, KORT, has secured the prestigious Zayed Sustainability Prize at COP28 in Dubai.
Catering to children orphaned during the 2005 earthquake, KORT stands out as a beacon of hope for those in need. Recently, the school’s efforts were recognized on an international platform when Sumaiya Bibi, a dedicated student, proudly accepted the award on behalf of KORT.
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The Zayed Sustainability Prize, a tribute to the enduring legacy of UAE’s founding father Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nahyan, focuses on acknowledging and supporting small and medium enterprises, non-profit organizations, and educational institutions actively addressing climate-related challenges.
KORT’s win not only highlights its commitment to fostering a positive impact but also underscores the school’s crucial role in providing education and support to those who need it the most.