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Previously on Girl Talk:
Keep Inspiring Girl Talk with Ayesha Chundrigar
Ayesha Chundrigar Foundation (ACF) is a non-for-profit charitable foundation striving to help those marginalized communities that mainstream society has deemed difficult to help. ACF consists of three wings that include work with physically and sexually abused women and children and separately with the transgender community. The first project, however, is for animals. Being a die-hard animal lover, it has always been Ayesha's dream to make a fully-functioning animal shelter in Pakistan. ACF aims to give the voiceless a voice, hence their work with animals is the first of its kind in Pakistan. They set up Donkey Camps across the city on a weekly basis to provide free medical treatment and food to the beasts of burden that are treated atrociously. They rescue stray and injured animals and rehabilitate them to live out their natural lives happily in the animal shelter built on Edhi's land located on the Super highways near Toll Plaza. They are currently in the process of expanding this venture.
Ayesha Chundrigar, founder of the ACF joins Aneeta on Girl Talk to talk about her journey of building up a charitable foundation in Karachi and also her future plans for this organization. If you missed out, click on the liknk below and have a listen:
Keep Inspiring Girl Talk with Shazia Mohamed
Shazia Mohamed is a qualified art therapist and professional member of the Canadian Art Therapy Association. She currently works with children, adults and families on issues related to anxiety, depression, emotional regulation, coping, and attention. She has facilitated expressive arts workshops for children and adults who seek to enhance their personal strengths, gain insight to make better decisions, and enhance their sense of confidence and emotional well-being.
Art as therapy uses art therapeutically to engage individuals socially as well as emotionally. An Art Therapist does this by creating a space for expression which allows them to openly express their feelings and memories.
If you missed out on Shazia Mohamed, art therapist extraordinaire in conversation with Aneeta on Girl Talk, talking about art therapy, click on the link below and have a listen:
Keep Inspiring: Girl Talk with Rabia Gharib and Talea Zafar
A brain child of Rabia Gharib and Talea Zafar, ToffeeTV is a website comprising of songs, stories and activities for Kids in Urdu.
If you missed out on Aneeta in conversation with Rabia and Talea while they talk about their work and also perform for us on air, click on the link below:
#WearThatYouCare on Girl Talk
February 28 is an annual observance to raise awareness for rare and genetic diseases and improve access to treatments and medical representation for individuals with these diseases and their families.
Aneeta in conversation with Rabbiya Abdulllah about the importance of raising awareness about rare diseases and her association with #wearthatyoucare campaign:
Girl Talk Volunteer Special
It’s easy to make a buck. It’s a lot tougher to make a difference – Tom Brokow.
Here are some angels who do what they can to make a difference.
Sumra Ahmed talks about Art as Therapy
Art as therapy is using art therapeutically to engage individuals socially as well as emotionally. This is done by creating a space for expression which allows them to openly express their feelings and memories. If you missed out on Sumra Ahmed (Project Manager of Artpreneurs for change) in conversation with Aneeta on Girl Talk, click on the link below:
Sue Johnson talks about Gender Balance and Diversity
Sue Johnson is responsible for broadening and deepening the Diversity of employee base of 280,000 people, working in over 100 Countries around the world. She works closely with the Executive board of Nestlé, particularly the Deputy Executive Vice President for HR, advising on strategies and KPI improvements.
Sue is responsible for improving the Gender Balance of market leadership teams through understanding and managing the non linear careers of today’s workforce effectively. Key focus areas include: senior mentoring programmes, flexible working, awareness and training programmes and mobility.
If you missed out on Sue Johnson in conversation with Aneeta on Girl Talk, click on the link below and have a listen:
Keep Inspiring: The 3 Female Carpenters - Amna, Farman and Aquila
Women Social Enterprise (WSE), now renamed as CIQAM - meaning green in Burushaski (the local language) stands for progress and prosperity, gave the young women of Hunza realization of their own potential to acquire and excel in non-traditional technical skills and earn regular cash income for their households.
Empowering the women of Hunza, CIQAM currently employs over 90 young women in 7 technical trades mainly from poor and marginalized families supported by more than 20 men with different skills.
Amna, Farman and Aquila - the 3 Female carpenters from 'CIQAM' made it to our Lahore station all the way from Hunza. If you missed out on their conversation with Aneeta on Girl Talk, click on the link below: