MOL donates sewing machines to the Women Development Center

ISLAMABAD – To support the district administration’s efforts to promote women’s empowerment, MOL Pakistan Oil and Gas Company BV donated sewing machines to the Government Center for Women’s Development and Computer Literacy in Bhara Kahu . A simple ceremony was held at the center where the company, along with its implementing partner Drive for Economic and Environmental Development (DEED), provided the machines to Ms. Seema Tauseef, Women’s Development Program Manager, Commissioner’s Office chief of Islamabad. On the occasion, Hamza Shafqaat, DC Islamabad said, “In order to economically empower women with the skills and education to help generate income and livelihoods. We are determined to establish women’s development and computer training centers in every union council in Islamabad. The continued and continued support provided by MOL Pakistan to our cause is commendable and we look forward to further collaborations in the future. In his post, Ali Murtaza Abbas, MOL Group’s regional vice president for the Middle East, Africa and Pakistan, said: as globally. MOL Group supports sustainable development efforts in Pakistan through our CSR initiatives. In particular, we believe that empowering women brings positive change to our local communities by helping women develop the means to support themselves and their families. And, in order to help provide opportunities for women in Pakistan, we are doing our best to support the local government in its efforts to empower women. “

Mara R. Wilmoth