Join Quratulain as she shares her amazing life story of how one individual can bring about positive change, impacting millions - now and for generations to come.For over 30 years, her pioneering work has mobilized people for eduction, sanitation, women empowerment and professional development.
Welcome and honor her presence by yours, at this once in a lifetime opportunity to meet her in person, as she tells us how she made possible the impossible.
When: October 27, 2013, 2 pm - 4 pmWhere: Farmington Hills Library, 32737 West 12 Mile Road, Farmington Hills
Just a few of the reasons for her nomination ...
- Establishment of 2,000 girls’ primary schools in rural Baluchistan, enrolling 200,000 girls — a record.
- Mobilized the community and demonstrated methodology of sanitization projects in poor communities.... now part of National Policy.
- Founding Director of IDSP, a revolutionary, learning center and community development center.
- IDSP fellows, half of them women, implemented and managed large scale development projects http://www.idsp.org.pk/?p=427
- Established centers to provide food, education and psychosocial support to Street Children
- Set up 50 community learning centers for out of school youth, to help them be peaceful self supporting citizens
Special Guest: Author and Social Worker Ms. Latika Manglukar
Please RSVP by replying back to this email by October 15
Please be punctual, because of time restrictions at the library the program starts at 2 pm.
Snacks will be served! Entry is Free, ample parking space!
GATE is a non profit organization focused on creating awareness through education.