1) She is Shazia, a polio victimShe is from Quetta, Pakistan. Shazia was 3 years old when she became a victim of polio and got paralyzed. She didn't give up and completed her Masters in Fine Arts from Lahore and she was rewarded the Medal-of-Excellence (A state-organized honor of the Government of Pakistan).
2) Insha Afsar, a victim of devastating earthquake of 200514 year old, in 2005, Insha Afsar lost one leg when the devastating earthquake of 2005 destroyed her school and crippled the nation. She came to the U.S. for medical treatment after the disaster. She later learned to ski and race at Okemo Mountain, Vermont, before competing in her first NASTAR Nationals.
3) A real soldierCaptain Jamshaid Anwar Warraich, 28, lost his legs in September 2010 in a mine blast in South Waziristan. Now he wears a prosthetic on his leg and has returned to service with his unit based in Rawalpindi.
4) And you can practice your religion with disabilities tooA handicapped man is offering Namaz in the mosque
5) You are capable to do almost everything in almost every situationDisable Student participate in painting competition on the occasion of Jashan-e-Baharan Ceremon.
6) Passion is the main tool to pursue your dreamsFarhan Saeed, the Pakistani cricketer who beats disability. He is victim of polio, yet he didn't give up on his dream to be cricketer.
7) Meet, Abdul Salam, another symbol of courageHe lost his arms in an accident. He is 18 years old and belongs to Hyderabad, Sindh.
8) A swimmer, without legs, can swimAfghan teenager Malek Mohammad balances on his hands, readies his stumps, then dives perilously into the water.