THANKS WING has been awarded ‘Global Humanitarian Award’ given by World Humanitarian Drive (WHD), a London based non-profit humanitarian as well as social organization. THANKS WINGS was given this award on June 28, 2020 at 2PM (London time) for participation in ‘STARS OF COVID’ Event arranged by WHD. This award is an honour of international recognition for THANKS WING’s virtue in persisting serving humanity with THANKS WING’s noble deeds.
‘STARS OF COVID’ Event is a part of World Humanitarian Drive (WHD) which was launched on May 1, 2020. Mr. Abdul Basit Syed, the founder of WHD, initially called “Honouring The Honourable”. The initiative has inspired millions across the world as a mode to encourage, recognise and felicitate popular figures to common men who have contributed for the welfare of the society and the world. ‘STARS OF COVID’ Event covered 1600+ nominations, 550+ contenders, 100 prestigious awardees from 35 countries of almost 7 continents. The awards have been given in 12 significant categories including Politicians, Journalist and Media, Government Officials and Administrative Services, Innovation and Technology, Medical Field, Trust / Charitable Organisations, Social Worker / Volunteer, Entrepreneur / Business / Corporates, Public Figures / Entertainers, Education and Research, Social Welfare Organization and Environment and Nature Preservation. The entire event was organised by WHD-World Humanitarian Drive.
THANKS WING has been awarded in ‘Excellence in Nature Preservation’ category and has been entitled ‘ECO GUARDIANS’ for the Nature-loving activities of Green-Lovers’ Forum (GLF), a branch of THANKS WING. The concerned members of GLF as well as THANKS WING have been COVID Stars!
WHD takes pride in honouring these stars who are promoting the best for humanity. The major objective of this event was to show gratitude and honour to the incredible volunteers who have always been contributing to the betterment of humanity especially during this crisis of Covid-19. When the entire world was shut down and afraid to step out, these stars lend a helping hand to the world out there that was battling against Corona. The nomination process for the event started on April 27, 2020. Over 1600 nominations from all the seven continents were received for this event reaching global recognition in such a short period.
The online honouring ceremony was held on June 28, 2020 – 2 P.M, London Time (GMT+1). The ceremony gleamed with the presence of notable Chief Guests H.E. Fatmir Sejdiu, Former President of Kosovo, H.E. Madhav Kumar Nepal, Former Prime Minister of Nepal, and Hon. Pedro I Altamirano, President of The National Assembly, Andalusia- Spain, along with Dr. Abdul Basit Syed, the Founder Chairman of WHD, the session was well moderated by Mr. Robin Marsh, Secretary-General of UPF (UK).
World Humanitarian Drive proudly awarded 100 noble individuals, organizations and community groups from 35 different countries with the prestigious “GLOBAL HUMANITARIAN AWARD” with the first look of the book “Stars of Covid 100” along withlaunching the book “Re-engineering Happiness”, both authored by WHD Founder, Abdul Basit Syed.
The chief guests of the event. H.E. Fatmir Sejdiu, Former President of Kosovo, H.E. Madhav Kumar Nepal, Former Prime Minister of Nepal released the books and received the first online copies.
All the members and volunteers of THANKS WING are very happy and proud to win this prestigious award. Mr. Abul Hasnat Mohammad Romman, Founder & CEO of THANKS WING, gives his impression saying, “The leader cannot win alone, but wins along with his or her soldiers.” Saying this he indicates that the award is a team achievement. On the other hand, Mr. Mohammad Rakibul Amin, the Secretary and Executive (Communication and Correspondence) says, “Virtue has its own reward. Good deeds never go in vain. The award is a pride not only for THANKS WING but also for the nation (Bangladeshi) as well as for the country (Bangladesh).”
It is worth mention that THANKS WING won several international awards before for humanitarian, social, Nature-loving and voluntary deeds. THANKS WING hopes for proceeding and serving more.