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Sadaffe Abid
, Founder building leadership & capacity of to realize economic potential of Pakistan grad
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CIRCLEWomen Sep 10
Yes, the CIRCLE team and the winner of SLT Pakistan, Saba Khalid of AURAT Raaj are are off to China to represent Pakistan in the Global Finals!! 🇵🇰🇵🇰 thank you for all the well wishes everyone!
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CIRCLEWomen Sep 12
New day, new adventure! Off to Horizon Robotics, Ministry of Science and Technology, Baidu AI, and TusStar for company visits. .org
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Jinnah Institute Sep 11
Impact of ROPA amendment: only 3 constituencies had a women turn-out below 10%. Compare this to 2013 where 17 constituencies had a women turn-out less than 5%. 22 constituencies had a higher women turn out than male turnout.
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Sadaffe Abid Sep 11
Thrilled to represent in China at Global Finals with Cofounder Raaji using AI to empower girls & women
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CIRCLEWomen Sep 10
Join the Roshni Rides team on Thursday September 13th from 4:30-7:30 pm for panel discussion around one of the most important issues women face in Karachi today: Transportation.
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Billie Jean King Sep 9
Here’s something I wrote for ⁦⁩. I hope you’ll take a read.
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Sadaffe Abid Sep 10
How about using AI to get girls & young women with critical info related to health Pakistan
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Umme Kulsoom Sep 9
Folks! Need urgent help. A lady driver is looking for a permanent employment opportunity with an organization. Can do morning, afternoon and evening. Careem/Uber is not an option right now. Please get me leads if you know of organizations looking for van drivers.
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Sadaffe Abid Sep 10
When I started my career was a huge challenge Rickshaw took 40% of salary & alternative was wagon where as a woman I only had 2 seats combined with long wait & travel puts together a great discussion to unlock this problem Join us!
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Sarah Khan Sep 8
Statement by Pakistanis in Solidarity with Dr. & the Ahmediyya community at home and abroad. Thanks to for initiating and , and for advice on content and form. Please add your signature:
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Sadaffe Abid Sep 7
Thank you for your principled stance Painful but the right thing to do
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MAKERS Sep 7
"I know that we're sometimes taught to not dream as big as men, not to believe we can be a president or a CEO… I'm so glad I had a daughter. I want to teach her that there are no limits.” 🙌
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Sadaffe Abid Sep 7
A moment to hold steady & we lost it Painful to see asked to leave when he would have added so much value to Pakistan What happened to exercising ?
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Asad Umar Aug 17
Excellent article. The analysis & prescriptions are broadly consistent with pti policy. Will be setting up an economic advisory council comprising the best Pakistani economists, in Pakistan and overseas, to actively engage in a policy dialogue to shape the future of Pak economy
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Atif Mian Jun 18
Replying to @AtifRMian
Investment to GDP ratio is only 15% for Pakistan, when it is over 30% for both India and Bangladesh. Extremism has isolated Pakistan. e.g. air flights per capita have increased four times for India since 1980 but have actually decreased for Pakistan! 6/n
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Atif Mian Jun 18
Replying to @AtifRMian
A corollary of eroding state capacity is that state gives up on channeling domestic resources. It seeks Koreans to build highways, Turks to build city transit, and Chinese to build everything else. But doing so builds large deficits that ultimately collapse. 8/n
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Abhar Sep 3
Atif Mian is appointed a member of economic advisory council by PMIK. He is among IMF's top 25 economist. Khan is receiving a lot of critisim on this bcz is Qadiyani. A reminder of you guys is; M ZafarUllah Khan Jamali was Pakistan's 1st foreign minister & was Ahmadi.
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Sehar Tariq Sep 7
got his bachelors degree at MIT in 1996 in Math and Computer Science. He completed his PhD in Economics from MIT as well in 2001. After this he has been a member of faculty at Chicago, Berkeley and Princeton; some of the most prestigious economics programs in the world.
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Sadaffe Abid Sep 7
Strongly recommended Calling women Join for There is a great line up of coaches
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Maleeha Lodhi Sep 6
Proud of our women in uniform and their service to Pakistan
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