PAWA’s purpose to raise funds for girls’ education in Asia inspires many far and wide. And it’s not just women who want to support the hopes and dreams of girls across Asia. Men are as much part of the PAWA
Inspirational 50-somethings, Moira Butcher and Trudy Durkin, are climbing Ben Nevis to raise funds for PAWA’s charities helping girls’ education across Asia. In this article for PAWA Magazine, Moira Butcher tells us more about what that involves. Moira writes: We are
PAWA Trekker, Zehan Albakri, sends the final despatch from the Great Wall of China, after she and her other PAWA team mates complete this tough 7 day hiking challenge that raises funds for girls’ education across Asia. Zehan writes: Highlight
PAWA Trekker, Rahiyah Yahya, shares her reasons for taking on the Great Wall of China Trek, a daunting 7 day fundraising challenge in support of girls’ education across China. Rahiyah writes: I’m a Malaysian currently working and living in London.
Rahiyah Yahya, one of our three PAWA Trekkers, sent us this despatch from Day Four of the PAWA Great Wall of China Trek, raising funds for girls’ education across Asia. PAWA brightens up the Great Wall Today’s trek was breathtaking due
PAWA Trekker, Clare Muhiudeen sends the first despatch from the Great Wall of China. She and her team mates, Zehan Albakri and Rahiyah Yahya, have now got the first day of their long seven day trek under their belts. So
PAWA Great Wall Trekker, Clare Muhiudeen, tells us about her motivation for taking on this challenging adventure to raise money for PAWA’s charities educating girls across Asia. Clare writes: I am Malaysian, educated in London and living/working in Hong Kong.
Three intrepid PAWA supporters will be trekking the Great Wall of China in September to raise funds for girls’ education in Asia. They are not your typical adventure hiker types so this 7 day hike will be pushing their limits