The visible abundance successfully veils the deprivation of a vast majority - how easily one can be deceived by the expansive lush green crop fields and mango laden trees, I thought as I drove down south Punjab on a day …
Fatimah, Private Sector Development Adviser, DFID Pakistan
I am the Lead Adviser for DFID-Pakistan’s skills programme. The programme is helping build private sector capacity to address the shortage of vocational skills and equip poor and vulnerable men and women with skills that will enable them to earn a living. I have been working with DFID-Pakistan for over 4 years. Previously, I have experience in the corporate sector, consulting and development.
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