Learning leads to Entrepreneurship


My name is Nazia Saleem. I have two brothers and four sisters. I live far from the main city and therefore faced many issues to get admission in any vocational center.
Meanwhile I was struggling for any suitable institute get to know about SPARC’S Center. I thanked GOD that now I can fulfill my dream of becoming a beautician. After a two-month course at the center, I decided to open a beauty parlor at home.
I borrowed money from my family for the basic infrastructure. Now I am earning four to five thousand per month and cleared my entire loan.
With a vision of a world in which children are valued and empowered and their rights promoted and protected, Society for the Protection of the Rights of the Child (SPARC) in Pakistan promotes and protects the rights of children to empower them through advocacy supported by research, awareness raising, service delivery and human and institutional development.