This is the youngest segment of our audience where beneficiaries fall within the age group of 5 to 19 years of age. These young people are crucial to Pakistan’s economic growth. Our work is focused on encouraging the growth of entrepreneurial zeal and skills like teamwork, networking, problem-solving, critical thinking, innovation, and self-discipline in children so that they can become effective entrepreneurs for tomorrow.
Enterprise Challenge Pakistan
An initiative of Prince’s Trust International, UK, Enterprise Challenge Pakistan (ECP) is an entrepreneurial competition for secondary school students across Pakistan. Over the course of six weeks, students engage in one-to-one mentorship with business industry experts, play an exciting business simulation game, and develop their own enterprise ideas. At the end of six weeks, top-scoring teams from each region are selected and compete at the National Finals for seed money by pitching their business ideas to a panel of judges.
Aao Likhein Kahani
Aao Likhein Kahani – Jago is a multi-year project designed to instill social responsibility and community-building within school-going children through classes and mentorship on creative writing and art projects. This initiative was designed for underprivileged children and aims to help them think of how they can develop a tolerant and peace-loving society. Children are trained on constructing interesting storylines and characters and on developing plots that reflect their imagination and how they feel they can contribute to society. The success of this initiative gave rise to two anthologies of English and Urdu stories written and illustrated by children.