Founder SEPLAA Foundation Selected to be Head of Civil Society Group under the PAK-US Alumni Network

The PUAN network, in April, 2015 announced an executive council in which Ms. Ammara Farooq Malik was nominated to be on board as an Executive Council Member  and Head of Civil Society Group. The ceremony took place at the Lahore Chamber of Commerce along with several other executive board members of the committee. The Council

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SEPLAA Foundation & UJ: Telling girls the importance of Social Enterprises

  SEPLAA Foundation Team with Principal and organizers at Women University, Bahawalpur The SEPLAA Foundation under it’s Umeed Jawan project, visited the Women University in Bahawalpur and met with the Principal and senior staff to brief them about the importance of promoting social entrepreneurship amongst young women in Bahawalpur. The event was started with the

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SEPLAA Ramadan Activity 2

The SEPLAA  Foundation youth and child members distributed 200 iftaar boxes again on Thursday, 24th July amongst the attendants and child patients at the Children Hospital Lahore.  The team consisted of Zahra, Amal, Dina, Zeeshan, Taha, Moosa, Saad and Zaina! Well done SEPLAA Foundation Team! ? Visit the link to view event photographs.

SEPLAA Ramadan Activity 1

As part of the SEPLAA Youth Development Summer Internship Program (SYD-SIP) and the SEPLAA Young Leaders’ Club (SYLC) summer camp, the first Ramadan Activity was conducted in the Children’s Hospital Lahore on the 11th of July, 2014 (Friday).                 The SEPLAA Student and Child Members took part in the

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SYD-SIP Central Region, Lahore Launched

SYD-SIP Central Region, Lahore is a 6-8 weeks’ internship program that takes place in Lahore with regular meetings at our admin and corporate offices. Interns selected under this program need to qualify for this internship program based on their respective skill set that matches up to the professionalism, standard and quality strictly maintained at the

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Options for Volunteerism

By: Mahvash Khan Volunteerism is a powerful means of engaging people in tackling development challenges, and it can transform the pace and nature of development. Volunteerism benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer by strengthening trust, solidarity and reciprocity among citizens, and by purposefully creating opportunities for participation. So what exactly holds us

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Perks of Volunteering

How it can make a difference in another’s life…particularly in your own By: Mahvash Khan (Marketing Team Lead, SEPLAA Foundation) With the onset of countless voluntary centres and volunteering opportunities, the youth in Pakistan are taking their free time towards making a difference in their communities. Many volunteering centres connect deserving community causes with willing

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