Economic Empowerment


Luqa Indriyas starts his own school of “Arts and Crafts” with the help from Youth Economic Empowerment project.

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My name is Luqa Indriyas Masih. I belong to the Christian colony, Chakwal. I did a course of art and craft with the help of Institute of Rural Management with the support from Plan Pakistan. When I secured the admission in this field, my friends made fun of me saying this field is specifically for girls. But since my childhood I loved making flowers and adding colors to them. After completing the course, I had no […]

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Education leads to Rabia’s economic empowerment

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“The sole purpose of women is to do household chores and raise children. Their education is rather poin tless.” I grew up listening to these words. I grew up watching my mother harvesting crops and grazing the cattle. Whenever my parents would have an argument, my maternal grandfather was the only one with enough power to put an end to the fight.  Although, my father was strictly against girls going out of the village for education; […]

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Girls learn skills to earn their own living

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Bedari organized a training session on hand made jewelry for girls benefiting from its girls education program in Chakwal on 25th July, 2016. The training was conducted under “Girls Education Program”. Thirty-five girls attended the training where they were taught different techniques for making jewelry with their hands without using expensive tools/machines. These girls are already being supported in their post primary education. The skill training is the value addition component of the program. It […]

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