A collaboration between enterprise support organisations in the UK and Pakistan is developing new ways to support ambitious Pakistani start-ups to take their next steps. Our Young Storymaker, Hamna Iqbal, reports.
A culture of silence veils the subject of menstruation in Pakistan, leaving many girls ashamed and unprepared when their first period arrives. Now a social enterprise chatbot is breaking taboos and gaining girls' confidence.
Our DICE Young Storymaker reports from Brazil on a cultural centre that’s supporting local businesses, engaging vulnerable youth and helping transform what was once the world’s most dangerous neighbourhood.
Thousands of Pakistani women qualify as doctors every year, but half of them quit after marriage and children. Telemedicine social enterprise Sehat Kahani gets them back to work to offer healthcare to the poorest communities.
William Hendradjaja co-founded SIAP to help early-stage social enterprises be more sustainable and more thoughtful about their impact – and the message has travelled far from Jakarta, thanks to a partnership with Social Value UK.
A new generation of designers and developers is creating video games that educate players on environmental issues, while tapping into a rich regional culture that’s often overlooked by the industry. Our Young Storymaker reports.
The elite will never help the poor, believes Pakistan’s famous architect Yasmeen Lari, so she has spearheaded a project to train beggars to become skilled craftspeople enabling them to earn their own living.