SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER 2019 (4pm to 7-30pm)
In commemoration of
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International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD)
International Overdose Awareness Day is a global event aim to raise awareness of overdose and reduce the stigma of a legal and illegal drug-related death. It also acknowledges the grief felt by families and friends remembering those who have met with death or permanent injury as a result of drug overdose.
To provide an opportunity for people to publicly mourn for love ones, without feeling of guilt or shame.
To give Community members information about the issue of fatal and non-fatal overdose.
To send a strong message to current and former drug users that they are valued and their addiction can be reintegrated
To stimulate discussion about overdose prevention and drug policy.
To remind all the risk of overdose
SAVE TOMORROW 4 will be organized at the Pakistan Sports Board (Sports Complex Islamabad) on Saturday, 21st of September 2018 from 1600 hrs to 1930 hrs. The activities are planned for the youth, majorly for the students from different educational institutions of Islamabad, who will represent their respective institutions and will participate with their counselors and families.
In collaboration with the Pakistan Football Federation, two matches of men and women of national teams will be organized to promote sports and physical activity among the youth.
The winning team received trophy, while all the participating players will receive gold and silver medals
Collaborations & Sponsors:
The event will be organized in collaboration with UNODC Pakistan, Islamabad Serena Hotel, United States Educational Foundation Pakistan (USEFP) and Pakistan Sports Board (PSB).
This event is an excellent opportunity for the sponsors to promote their brands and products. We will have Govt officials, diplomats, entrepreneurs, corporate heads and people from all walks of life. The sponsors would have an easy access to show their devotion to sports and healthy activities, and also their responsibility toward youth in highlighting the menace of drugs and helping youth understand and manage emotions during their adolescent years.
The event will be covered by national and international media.