COVID-19 Masks

Power to Pakistan club members handmade 3 COVID-19 masks: the Afshan Mask, Ayaz Mask, and Fazal Mask. Each mask was designed by a Pakistani student through a friendly competition held at our schools in Pakistan. The winners of this competition were three students: Afshan, Ayaz, and Fazal. During the time of COVID-19 Power to Pakistan wanted to give back to its community by helping to stop the spread of the virus, while continuing to fund scholarships to educate underserved youth in Pakistan. The designs were printed onto basic 100% combed cotton, which is made from ring-spun yarn and is much softer than conventional cotton. 


Made out of  100% cotton to stop the spread of  COVID-19


Handmade by Power to Pakistan club members


Designed by Pakistani students through our pen pal exchange


Fazal is 15 years old and in the 8th grade. His favorite subject in school is English. Fazal's favorite food is grilled fish and he enjoys playing cricket in his spare time. Because of COVID-19, Fazal is unable to attend school. He misses learning and spending time with his classmates. 


Afshan is 15 years old and in the 8th grade. She has four younger sisters and two younger brothers. She enjoys watching funny TV shows in her free time. Her mother is a seamstress and her father is a carpenter. She loves her parents very much and thankfully, COVID-19 has not spread to her village.

Ayaz is 13 years old and in the 7th grade. His job is selling fruit from his fruit stand after school. Ayaz enjoys playing soccer with his friends and his favorite color is pink. Ayaz misses his time in school, but he continues to study from his textbooks and printed materials provided by the school.