In an effort to digitally empower Pakistan’s youth, Jazz recently held dialogues with The Citizens Foundation (TCF) and Aman Institute of Vocational Training in Karachi. The talk addresses some of the socioeconomic challenges of Pakistan. Especially those that are aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The dialogues explored mutual areas of collaboration to scale and create innovative solutions. Solutions that can achieve tangible results through Jazz’s “Make your Mark” program.
They hoped that collaborations will result in a number of socioeconomic opportunities for youth. They wanted a more inclusive digital environment for future generations that sustains initiatives by enabling public-private partnerships. TFC is a non-profit organisation and one of the largest privately owned networks of low-cost formal schools in Pakistan. On the other hand, the Aman Institute of Vocational Training aims to empower the youth of Pakistan by providing avenues to enhance their skills and prospects of employability.