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Farida Kanwal arrived in the bustling city of Karachi from the green and peaceful environs of Hunza at the age of two. Hunza is a mountaneous valley in the extreme north of Pakistan, and the family lived in a

The time for paperwork is finished,” declares 23-year-old Zakia Anwar. Living in Hazara town on the outskirts of Quetta, Zakia has entered the digital age, something she dreamt of doing

Watch this video to learn about Karandaaz support for boosting women led businesses, in collaboration with National Incubation Center Lahore, BUITEMS QUETTA and Invest2Innovate (i2i).

I earn around PKR. 1,000-1,500 every day. Muslims and Christians live together in this community and we celebrate four Eids (religious festivals) in a year. In those months, I easily earn around PKR. 60,000-70,000.

Since I have started my business of selling milk, we are doing very well.

This is my own business. It offers me the freedom that I could not find in a job.