Strategic Planner-Entrepreneur-Social Activist-Blogger-Problem solver-Risk Taker-Educator-Corporate Philanthropic-Human rights worker-Researcher.
Do problems makes you less-effective in this world? Does your negativity create more negativity? Most people would answer- Yes! I would say ‘No’. Negativity gave me will power and motivation which turned into energy and made me achieved what I could not if I would have all the positive aspects in my life. I changed my life as an independent leader by exploring myself and others.
I help people to deal with their negativity through:
- Youth development.
- Women empowerment.
- Trainings and development.
I am a Founder of “hybrid” Social Venture “Education for Entrepreneurship and Human Development”. The vision of EEHD is to alleviate poverty by providing low income and unemployed youth with vocational and professional trainings to equalize the demand and supply of the skill-set required by the labor market leading to job creation, innovation and economic development.
I have worked as a Project Trainer on creating social awareness and critical thinking in youth. I learned to educate, motivate and train the generation of future. I explored myself in Curriculum Development, Reporting, Team Management, Research and Teaching.
Also, as a Project Lead, engaged 2000 youth through training and advocacy by promoting gender quality, peace building, empower youth. Later, I focused on educating children and youth to overcome the effects of poverty and conflict in disadvantaged communities by using PLAY as a tool. I learned supervising trainers, managing volunteer team, monitoring/evaluation reporting, strategic planning.
These experiences led to great personal and professional growth as a teacher, advocate, collaborator, manager, and leader and reinforced my beliefs on the importance of human rights and education.
Founder and Director
Education For Entrepreneurship and Human Development
January 2012 - /
Education for Entrepreneurship and Human Development is a Social Initiative to alleviate poverty by providing low income and unemployed with vocational and professional training to equalize the demand and supply of the skill-set required by the labor market. Additionally, EEHD believes that entrepreneurship is the pathway of human development which could leads to job creation, innovation and economic development.