Hunar Foundation aim to increase 30 centres in 3 to 5 years in Pakistan

Karachi, August 6, 2019: Abbas Akber Ali, founder of The Hunar Foundation said that currently six centres of Hunar foundation have been working throughout Pakistan with the aim of increasing it to 30 centres in 3 to 5 years. Our people lack skills despite having higher degrees which prevents them from working here and abroad.

Along with doctors, engineers and accountants, the world is also looking for good plumbers, painters and technicians in large numbers. Abbas Akber Ali presented these views on Yesterday’s in an event.

Abbas Akber Ali spoke passionately about the concept, need and impact of the foundation and informed the audience on how Hunar is striving to bring families out of poverty.

Leader of the business community S.M. Muneer said that a person with skills will never die hungry.

Salsabil Akber Ali briefed the group on “Friends of the Hunar Foundation” activities in Karachi.

The Council General Of Pakistan Imran Siddiqui and Others also shared views of the evening and the highly engaged audience greatly appreciated the efforts of the Foundation and impromptu pledges of students sponsorships.

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