In partnership with OXAFM Pakistan, Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi hosted a two-day training course on entrepreneurship and financial management. A big number of female entrepreneurs from all walks of life attended the programme. The ideas and insights surely provoked a heated conversation among those present. The workshop took place at Dar ul Aman Rawalpindi. Ms Afshan Ali was the keynote speaker at the workshop’s closing ceremony. The concluding ceremony was attended by Ayesha Latif, Superintendent Dar ul Aman Rawalpindi, Rana Shahid, Divisional Director Social Welfare, and Bait ul Maal Punjab.
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Afshan Ali said during closing ceremony, “You are the finest mentor of yourself.” If you want to succeed in life, you must take action. She went on to say that accountability and discipline also emphasized the value of a growth-oriented learning approach in society. The certificates were distributed to the workshop participants at the end of the ceremony by the primary guest.
ITA has been a strong education champion throughout Pakistan, with field programmes addressing complex issues such as: Access, Learning, Quality, Evaluating Low Cost Private Schools, Inclusion, Child Protection, Gender Justice and Education, Tolerance, Citizenship, Health and Hygiene Interventions, and Technical and Vocational Training Programs in collaboration with the government, communities, and public and private school systems.
Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA), also known as the “Centre of Education and Consciousness” Public Trust, was founded in 2000 as a civil society group dedicated to addressing Pakistan’s severe education crisis through action and policy research, service delivery, and Advocacy.