Women’s Empowerment in Pakistan: Aga Khan Foundation Canada and the University of Alberta – University Seminar Series

Women's Empowerment in Pakistan: Aga Khan Foundation Canada and the University of Alberta University Seminar SeriesOn October 2, join Yasmin Karim, the Gender and Development Programme Manager with the Aga Khan Rural Support Programme Pakistan, for a conversation about achieving women’s empowerment in challenging contexts and how vocational and skills training in Pakistan is challenging social norms and transforming women’s roles in their household and their communities.

Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC) and the University of Alberta invite you to join a conversation about women’s empowerment in Pakistan as part of AKFC’s annual University Seminar Series.

Women’s economic empowerment is fundamental to sustainable and inclusive economic growth. In Pakistan, despite important progress in access to education, health, and participation in community life for women, many women still face significant barriers accessing economic opportunities.

Details here: https://www.akfc.ca/event/womens-empowerment-pak-u-of-a/

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Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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