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SEF Women Partners Use Entrepreneurship to Impact Education

Tuesday in Hyderabad was the day of the seminar. On “Role of Women Entrepreneurs (SEF School Partners). In Development of Education” hosted by Sindh Education Foundation (SEF).

In order to discuss the effects and accomplishments of women entrepreneurs in rural. And urban areas with the support of SEF. The event brought together women entrepreneurs. Who are also SEF partners from all over Sindh.

Women who take the lead in any community tend to garner greater support. From stakeholders and other members of the community. According to Shahpara Rizvi, Musarat Palijo, and Shazia Solangi, the female speakers. The enrolment of girls in the school has garnered overwhelmingly positive feedback. The parents of these students feel more at ease and secure.

The partners, which included Sadia Khalid, Bushra Shah, Shahnaz Begum. Kishwer Jabeen, Shazia Mir, and Zeenat, discussed about six presentations on various subjects. They shared their experiences and explained how they had gone. From using traditional teaching methods to using contemporary mechanisms and digital learning.

We couldn’t have done it without SEF’s empowerment, support, and encouragement. We never thought the day would come when society would look up to us as role models. In the past, home-based employment was preferred by women in rural areas. But in light of our educational advancements, parents are now enrolling. Their kids in school because they think that education is the only way to bring about change,” they said.

During his presentation, Abdul Jabbar Mari, Director of HR. And P&P, Underlined the value of community involvement in schools. He emphasized that although communities are important in creating optimism. It is unfair to expect success from a struggling community. Without making an investment. Better outcomes are obtained by investing in communities. To assist them in realizing their significance.

By acknowledging their capacity to send their kids to school. You can increase community trust. Particularly women perform well in this capacity because. They are good at fostering supportive environments. They are the epitome of perfection—mothers, sisters, wives, or daughters. We are proud of the relationships we have. Mari continued.

Ms. Rana Hussain, a keynote speaker and educationist, expressed. Her surprise at the women partners’ talent. According to her, the six speakers were inspirational individuals who. Via their business ventures in education, had sparked change in their local communities. She argued that a more somber approach was required. And that positivity should be ingrained in popular culture.

Ms. Hussain emphasized that Sindh is the only province in Pakistan. Where education is provided in the mother tongue, emphasizing the duty of every woman. To increase public awareness, particularly among those who are wealthy.

Managing Director Abdul Kabir Kazi expressed gratitude for the involvement. Of female partners from different regions in the seminar during his concluding remarks. He pointed out that while all of the presenters. Both new and seasoned—exhibited intelligence. The older partners’ experiences, hardships, and labors should. Be given more credit because of their tenacity in overcoming. The most difficult obstacles in their communities. Mr. Kazi emphasized SEF’s outstanding accomplishment. Noting that about 260 women oversee 300 schools.

He declared the opening of the 300 schools to the “Care for Life” program. Which teaches kids how to get along with other people, animals, and the environment. Mr. Kazi was optimistic about women’s ability to promote these ideals. At the conclusion of the seminar, six presenters and attendees received appreciation awards.

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