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    Posted January 29, 2014 by
    ziaullah699
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    Economic Opportunities for Women in Pakistan

     

    A number of NGOs and some Government institutions are working on various projects for Women welfare in Pakistan.

     

    Many claiming with wonderful stories how they are working on it. But US-Pakistan Women's Council is one of the most incredible organization which works smart. US-Pakistan Women's Council has created an awareness for education, employment, and entrepreneurship for Pakistani women.

     

    It is wonderful that US-Pakistan Women's Council don't even has an office in Pakistan but still brought positive changes in the communities especially Pakistani and U.S. businesses and academic institutions to promote education, employment, and entrepreneurship for Pakistani women in very short time.

     

    Sarah Peck, a diplomat leading the US-Pakistan Women's Council, a U.S. State Department initiative to promote economic opportunities for women in Pakistan, is the main character behind these successful activities. If she keeps going with the same spirit, I am sure, soon there shall be a huge positive respond in the country.

     

    http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=245626636&goback=.gde_5129771_member_5832193745830838276

     

    https://www.facebook.com/UsPakistanWomensCouncil

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