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

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 recitation of the Holy Quran, followed by introductory words from faculty and Read more about SEPLAA Foundation & UJ: Telling girls the importance of Social Enterprises[…]

iCx Workshop 3 on IT & Social Media Leverage for Impact

The 3rd iCx Workshop on IT & Social Media Leverage for Impact was directed by Mrs. Ammara Farooq Malik (Founder & CEO, SEPLAA Foundation & iCx) on the 22nd of February, 2014 (Saturday) at the SEPLAA Foundation DHA office. Trainers & Mentors for the Session: Mr. Sajjad Kirmani (IT Expert & CEO, Infogistic) Mr. Adnan Read more about iCx Workshop 3 on IT & Social Media Leverage for Impact[…]

ICx at Kinnaird Business Week

  iCx Director Mrs. Ammara Farooq Malik was one of the judges at the Social Entrepreneurship Competition held during the Kinnaird Business Week. Other judges included Mr. Jazib Zahir and Mr. Imran Sarwar. The event was organized by Ms. Asheen President of the Kinnaird Business Society under the supervision of Ms. Saira Farooqi.   Later, Read more about ICx at Kinnaird Business Week[…]

SEW-EGAP Women Empowerment Talk Session 1

SEW-EGAP (SEPLAA Empowering Women for Economic Growth And Peace), is a SEPLAA Foundation project that has the long term plan of reaching out to women from both urban as well as rural backgrounds so that they can become empowered and productive members of society by giving them capacity building workshops and talks. The first of Read more about SEW-EGAP Women Empowerment Talk Session 1[…]

The delicate matter of the spirit of Pakistani women

This article was originally published on the 25th of September, 2013 here.   By: Mrs. Ammara Farooq Malik, Founder SEPLAA Foundation. Today’s words of motivation go out to a lot of women who I see working in Pakistan but were said to my poor helper who comes in the morning to work as domestic help. Read more about The delicate matter of the spirit of Pakistani women[…]

Social Entrepreneurship takes roots at SEPLAA

Event Report by Mrs. Amna Liaqat, Program Coordinator, SEPLAA Foundation. SEPLAA Foundation held a ‘Two Week Social Entrepreneurship, CSR and Governance’ event in February and March 2013 which concluded with a Conference, Exhibition & Awards Ceremony. During the 2 week period, the SEPLAA Foundation held it’s third Annual SEPLAA Talent of Pakistan: Awards, Exhibition & Conference at Read more about Social Entrepreneurship takes roots at SEPLAA[…]

Celebrating Local Champions: SEPLAA Foundation at Tie Lahore, LUMS

The SEPLAA Foundation Founder & CEO, Mrs. Ammara Farooq Malik, was one of the Key Note Speakers invited to TiE Lahore Chapter to speak on the event ‘Social Entrepreneurship- Celebrating Champions’ on 25th March at the Lahore University of Management Sciences. The event was a great initiative of the management of Tie Lahore.     Read more about Celebrating Local Champions: SEPLAA Foundation at Tie Lahore, LUMS[…]

Social Entrepreneurship: The Simple Solution?

By Fatima Waheed The following article was published in Impact SEPLAA Vol. II. What do Muhammad Yunus, Robert Redford and Florence Nightingale have in common? Apart from the fact that they are internationally renowned personalities with numerous credits to their name, they also happen to be the trademark faces of a rising trend-social entrepreneurship. The Read more about Social Entrepreneurship: The Simple Solution?[…]