Two young Pakistanis set out to change the training and environment fields in the nation and their endeavors were appropriately remunerated from Britain's Queen Elizabeth.
In a fantastic service facilitated by the Queen, alongside Prince Harry, Muhammad Usman Khan and Zainab Bibi were honored 'The Queen's Young Leaders Awards for 2016'.
Sixty different winners from different Commonwealth countries were likewise introduced honors at Buckingham Palace for changing their individual groups. Further, two different Pakistanis, Bilawal Jamshed and Fakiha Ali, were likewise perceived as runners up.
The Queen's Young Leaders Award is a prestigious Commonwealth venture which perceives and celebrates extraordinary youngsters from over the Commonwealth who are leading the pack in their groups and utilizing their abilities to change lives.
Usman composed an instructive project called 'Back to Life Edutainment' for road youngsters. He advanced the system utilizing online networking and figured out how to support more than 500 youngsters to willfully actualize the venture in four urban communities.
He likewise established the BEYLI Organization, which plans to teach and backing underprivileged youngsters. He then came back to his home town and set up the Rethinking Education people group school and made a system called Edupowerment, which shows understudies PC aptitudes, English dialect abilities and peace training.
The other winner, Zainab, built up the Pakistan Society for Green Energy in 2013 to build attention to environmentally friendly power vitality arrangements. She then effectively figured out how to build up a bioethanol (a bio-fuel) from waste tissue paper, which could give cleaner vitality.
David Beckham was likewise in participation at the function alongside Chairman of The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust, Sir John Major and Sir Lenny Henry.
The Queen's Young Leaders Award is a piece of The Queen's Young Leaders Program, an activity set up by The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust in association with Comic Relief, the Royal Commonwealth Society and the University of Cambridge's Institute of Continuing Education, in acknowledgment of Her Majesty's lifetime of administration to the Commonwealth.