We are proud to announce our first SEWEGAP Power Woman for 2016: Mariam Chughtai has a Doctorate in Education (Ed.D.) from Harvard University specializing in Education Policy, Leadership and Instructional Practice. Her doctoral thesis focused on the politics of making and breaking national identity in Pakistan through the use of history textbooks. Mariam has two Read more about Mariam Chughtai SEWEGAP Power Woman 2016[…]
The SEPLAA Foundation, CEO & Founder, Ammara Farooq Malik was honored this year by the US-Pakistan Women’s Council as one of the selected ‘Ms. Inspiration’ for 2015. It is a great achievement for the SEPLAA Foundation and iCx SEPLAA Foundation. The US-Pakistan Women’s Council, launched by Secretary Clinton on September 24, 2012, supports economic opportunities Read more about SEPLAA CEO honored by US-Pakistan Women’s Council[…]
The SEPLAA Foundation CEO Ammara Farooq Malik has been nominated for The News Women Power 50 on the basis of her immaculate achievements in 2014 in empowering 1400 and above youth in South Punjab for social entrepreneurship and peacebuilding through SEPLAA (Seeds of Education, Policy & Legal Awareness Assocaition) Foundation and the Social Entrepreneurship Read more about SEPLAA CEO nominated for The News Women Power 50 tribute[…]
Mrs. Ammara Farooq Malik (Founder & CEO of SEPLAA Foundation & iCx) representing Pakistan in the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) at World Learning group with members from around the world including Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Afghanistan.
By Mariam Iqbal The following interview was published in Impact SEPLAA Volume II. Q1. What exactly is Critical Mass and what motivated you to start it in Pakistan? Critical mass is a cycling event that takes place in over 200 cities around the world. Although Critical Mass started in San Francisco, the idea of a Read more about Interview with Rafay Alam[…]