Aashir Ayaz

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Aashir Ayaz

Aashir Ayaz (pronounced [Aaːshirː Aeyːyaz];born 08 February) is a Pakistani-Emirati activist and budding specialist engineer.


As a student, Aashir founded a vocational training institute for underprivileged children in collaboration with retail stores in Pakistan, the “Bachaa Party” Foundation, in 2016. Aashir was quoted saying “I wanted to apply concepts of economics in the real world. I was motivated to play my part towards curtailing the problem of stunted employment caused by low literacy rates. Subsequently, I collaborated with a local stationery store to set up a vocational training institute. Since government effort is severely lacking, I realized that more initiative should be taken to support non-for-profit institutions that were taking it upon themselves to improve the Pakistani workforce. As I observed the tangible sense of fulfilment and gratitude among the people I worked with, my desire to work for the betterment of my people became stronger.” In May 2020, during the coronavirus pandemic, Aashir and his family distributed iPads and laptops for distance learning and over 7000 meals to front line workers.[1] Template:Source Wikipedia

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