Who Run The World

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#SS Nation

This festive season, Sana Safinaz celebrates the next generation of rising stars – breaking barriers and pushing for a change. See how these budding talents sport the latest SS Muzlin collection to the T.

 

Nisha Ghumroo

“I completed the final decade of my education in the UK and moved back to Pakistan with the aspiration to culminate an institute that matched the best of all the reputed international colleges of today. With this dream in mind, I opened up Sceptre College, which aims to inspire future leaders, game changers, and all-rounders.”

Talya Jalil

“I decided to create a project that encourages people to take an active part in addressing environmental and hygiene issues. This idea gave birth to my charity organization, DhoLo. We have run several very successful drives where we provided a mobile service that exchanges one bar of soap for five empty plastic bottles. These bottles are then sent for recycling.”

Hadeel Obaid

“I began writing on Cricket after I graduated college but wanted to do more to give back to the sport that had given me, and countless others, some of the best and most painful memories of our life. KheloKricket is Pakistan’s first all-encompassing social hub for the cricket player! From young girls to veteran players, this platform brings together a community of sports lovers under one umbrella.”

Mehreen Jatoi

“Having my roots in Interior Sindh, my main aspiration is to provide basic necessities to our community – reducing the intake of brackish water being our topmost priority. I inaugurated Meetha Pani – an initiative which set up Reverse Osmosis plants in Interior Sindh that can daily convert approximately 18,000 liters of brackish water into ‘meetha’ (sweet) water, in addition to partnering with The Citizens Foundation to install RO plants in their campuses.”

 

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