2017 Home Farm Care: Livestock Report
Measuring impact of 3,038 women from May 2017 to December 2017 in 3 districts (Kasur, Okara, Nankana) for the Program — Women Training For Home Based Livestock 2017 in collaboration with Punjab Skills Development Fund.
DFID’s WEE Tracer Study – Oct. 2018
Tracing changes in economic conditions of Micro-Entrepreneurs part of DFID’S Women Economic Empowerment Program (WEE) by Kaarvan Crafts Foundation & The British Asian Trust
2017 Annual Report
An overview of Kaarvan’s integrated holistic developmental approach that caters to both human dignity and individual integrity. From taking the latest technology to the grassroots level to further unlocking of market linkages, home farm care of livestock and much more.
Home Farm Care – Curriculum In Action
Get to know the A to Z of Home Based Livestock Training where 3,000 women learn to efficiently utilize Pakistan local resources, breeds and feedstuffs in the villages of Okara, Kasur and Nankana.
Case Studies Of Differently Abled Trained At Kaarvan Crafts Foundation Training Institutes
Women working from a place of worthiness and not succumbing to the “supposed to” expectations of society.
2017 Impact Evaluation Study For Skills For Jobs, Bahawalpur
Measuring impact of the uptake of trainings — personal income, economic contribution to the household, and intra-household decision making.
2015 Crafting Livelihoods: Impact Evaluation Study For Skills For Employability
Measuring scalability of income generation through skills, building human capacities andcontribution to household investment.
2016 Connecting Back: A Review Of Micro-Entrepreneurship Of Pathways & Purestrings Project 2008-2012
Measuring market linkages on entrepreneurship, household income and economic contribution.