PCB, BAT launch mental health programme.

KARACHI -- The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has joined hands with the British Asian Trust (BAT) to generate 460,000 pounds for a mental health programme in Pakistan.

The PCB-BAT partnership which was launched in London last Thursday, is a three-year collaboration to generate funds which will be spent throughout Pakistan on mental health schemes.

In this regard, BAT has pledged to raise money for the said programme throughout the holy month of Ramazan.

Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed opened the proceedings by reciting a verse from the Holy Quran, while Mickey Arthur attended a panel discussion on mental health issues as well as a discussion on the forthcoming ICC World...

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