LAHORE (PR): Telenor Pakistan has recently renewed its agreement with Environment Protection Department (EPD), Punjab to continue to feature the global countdown game at Children Library Complex (CLC), Lahore. The gaming machine, which was first introduced in 2009 has helped  increase awareness for environment and ICTs in students from more than 100 public schools and has also enhanced their communication and decision making skills.

The contract extension ceremony took place at Children Library Complex (CLC), which is also responsible for organizing the student visits for this game.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Aslam Hayat, Vice President Corporate Affairs, Telenor Pakistan said “Telenor Pakistan believes that the telecom industry has the power to transform society, which is why we pursue corporate responsibility as an important part of our operations in close liaison with the Government.

Chief guest, Punjab Education Minister Rana Mashhood Ahmad Khan praised Telenor Pakistan’s initiative for the development and empowerment of youth and said “The Global Countdown initiative by Telenor will help in recognizing young people as a driving force in global development.