Pakistan has the world's second-highest number of out-of-school children, around 22.8 million aged 5-16, with significant gender and socio-economic disparities. Enrollment drops sharply from 10.7 million boys and 8.6 million girls at the primary level to 3.6 million boys and 2.8 million girls at the lower secondary level.
The Resham Women Center offers skill training to individuals, especially women from low-income families. This program enables them to enhance or initiate businesses, manage family responsibilities, children's education, and health. By acquiring skills, beneficiaries can lead a respectful, improved, and dignified life in society.
RS Welfare Foundation is dedicated to women empowerment, aiming to create a society with equal opportunities and support for women to realize their full potential. Through diverse initiatives, the foundation actively dismantles societal barriers and advocates for gender equality.
RS Welfare Foundation envisions "Vocational Skills Enterprise Development"
to empower individuals with practical skills and entrepreneurial training. It aims to create self-sufficiency, job opportunities, and uplift communities for a prosperous and inclusive society.