Impact Study

12

Districts

Women.

More than

19000

Women Empowered

Villages

More than

1000

villages

Development Centers

More than

250

development centers

12

Districts

Women.

More than

19000

Women Empowered

Villages

More than

1000

villages

Development Centers

More than

250

development centers

Women and the Economy Empowering Individuals Empowering Communities

Since its inception of 2004, Kaarvan has worked diligently to open more than 250 training centers in 12 districts in more than 1000 villages all over the Punjab and KPK. With over 19000 women trained in life skills, more than 8000 women have been capacitated with market linkages in order to integrate them into the economy. 455 women have been given real-time training by taking them into the market hubs and teaching them the basics of ‘business as usual.’

Kaarvan’s local research demonstrates that after just three months of vocational training and employment for economic gains, within six months, more than 51% of the women were investing more into the lives of their children. This means that within six months, more than half of the families were benefiting from the economic earnings of their female members. While this research is localized and time-bound, it shows the difference that small-scale grass-root level change can bring.

Women and the Economy Empowering Individuals Empowering Communities

Since its inception of 2004, Kaarvan has worked diligently to open more than 250 training centers in 12 districts in more than 1000 villages all over the Punjab and KPK. With over 19000 women trained in life skills, more than 8000 women have been capacitated with market linkages in order to integrate them into the economy. 455 women have been given real-time training by taking them into the market hubs and teaching them the basics of ‘business as usual.’

Kaarvan’s local research demonstrates that after just three months of vocational training and employment for economic gains, within six months, more than 51% of the women were investing more into the lives of their children. This means that within six months, more than half of the families were benefiting from the economic earnings of their female members. While this research is localized and time-bound, it shows the difference that small-scale grass-root level change can bring.

We create change in three ways:

Education Impact

Educate

Enhancing relational capacities through skills development

Connection

Connect

Craving connections with relevant urban markets

Inspire

Inspire

Bridging the gap between rural and urban communities

We create change in three ways:

Education Impact

Educate

Enhancing relational capacities through skills development

Connection

Connect

Craving connections with relevant urban markets

Inspire

Inspire

Bridging the gap between rural and urban communities

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TAKE A DIVE DEEP INTO IMPACT EVALUATION REPORTS

Crafting Lifelihoods

2016 Crafting Livelihoods: Impact Evaluation Study for Skills for Employability

Measuring economic capacities, personal capacities, poverty alleviation and social transformation.

Crafting Livelihoods in Rural Areas

2015 Crafting Livelihoods: Impact Evaluation Study for Skills for Employability

Measuring scalability of income generation through skills, building human capacities andcontribution to household investment.

Crafting Livelihood

2013-2015 Crafting Connections: A Review of Interventions from 2013-2015

Measuring impact on income, employability and decision-making.

Pathways & Pursestrings

2016 Connecting Back: A Review of Micro-entrepreneurship of Pathways & Purestrings Project 2008-2012

Measuring market linkages on entrepreneurship, household income and economic contribution.