Resilient Livelihood & Enterprise Development
Providing marginalized communities access to resilient livelihood opportunities at the grassroots level that withstand the impact of disruptive events and include asset based community development and individual/partnership/cooperative model of enterprises for sustainable socio-economic development. Since 1989, livelihood and enterprise development being our core operational area, we have been serving both national and international audiences and carved a niche for ourselves in the development sector.
By providing customized, innovative and localized solutions to our clients, it is ensured that the impact of or work is far-reaching and long-lasting. We have worked with numerous government and non-government development organizations for the design and implementation of enterprise-focused livelihood programs across the country.
Market Based Training on Human Resource Management, Social Media Marketing and Time Management (Phase-II)
Second Phase of HR Management Trainings for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are being conducted in collaboration with SMEDA, under their NBDP program. This was a series of 19 trainings which were carried out in different districts of Pakistan on the concepts of time management, social media marketing and human resource management.
Location: 12 districts (Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Bahawalpur, Dera Ismail Khan, Quetta, Sukkur, Hyderabad, Karachi, Multan, Muzaffarabad, Peshawar)
Target Audience: Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
Number of Beneficiaries: 482
DigiSkills Training to 1500 Aspiring Entrepreneurs
Mobilizing, identifying and selecting 1500 Aspiring female entrepreneurs from 08 districts of Sindh and KP through a TNA exercise to deliver DigiSkills training through online courses on freelancing, digital marketing, e-commerce and digital literacy.
Location: KP and Sindh
Target Audience: 1500 Female Entrepreneurs
Number of Beneficiaries: 1,683
Capacity Building of LRPs
Designed and applied a two 05-day training series followed by mentoring sessions to empower rural women through promotion of entrepreneurial opportunities for business creations by increasing demand for local produced goods in the market.
Target Audience: Local Resource Persons (LRPs)
Number of Beneficiaries: 25
Business Management and Skills Enhancement
50 trainings on “Business Management and Skills Enhancement” for semi-literate and non-literate men and women on business development, skills enhancement, financial literacy and book keeping.
Location: Sheikhupura and Nankana Sahib
Target Audience: RCDP project beneficiaries
Number of Beneficiaries: 1500
Business Management and Skills Enhancement Trainings for Microfinance Borrowers
34 enterprise development trainings to build capacities of beneficiaries around the concepts and skills of enterprise development.
Target Audience: microfinance borrowers
Number of Beneficiaries: 1000