Source: Women of Courage
Being an engineering graduate, having worked for four years in IT and having done MBA in HR and Marketing, Sharmin Malik runs her own NGO by the name ‘Friends For Care’(FFC). She started it when she was in the third year of engineering where, they work for underprivileged children, and are currently working on their “Pathshala” project.
When Sharmin became a mother three years back, she went into depression and started feeling clueless and helpless. Read how she turned her post-pregnancy depression into an inspiration and became a Mompreneur.
Read more – Dated: 24 May 2017
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The Impact of Investing in Early Childhood Development in Afghanistan | Aga Khan Development Network
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