Impact of our mini-MBA program on Livelihoods - Qasim Khan
Over the next few weeks we shall be reporting on the impact our mini-MBA program is having on individual street cobblers Peace Through Prosperity has engaged, coached and monitored so far. We shall let the data and the delegate street cobblers speak for themselves.Street Cobbler: Muhammad Qasim KhanAge: 25 yearsLevel of Education: Primary schooling (in-complete)Marital Status: SingleNumber of Dependents: 8 (parents, 4 x sisters and 2 younger brothers)Primary bread winner: yesCohort Number: 3Location: G-10 Markaz, Islamabad, PakistanThe impact of Peace Through Prosperity's mini-MBA for street cobblers in Qasim Khan's own words.Feedback on PTP's mini-MBA from Qasim Khan a street cobbler who has been through our program: from Peace Through Prosperity on Vimeo.OoRah! a win for Qasim Khan is a win for us all! we have changed not only Qasim Khan's earning potential but benefitted 8 others who are dependent on Qasim Khan's earning.We need YOUR help to raise funds to resource us to do the same for 50 street cobblers in Haripur in Khyber Pakhtun Khwa in Pakistan. To donate towards the Haripur project please visit our website or get in touch with us to donate via a bank transfer.