Faculty and staff on the technology collaboration team in our organization wants to help increase technology use among the youth of Pakistan in an effort to achieve hands-on and effective learning of the use of technology. Students thrive on technology every day – it has become a main source of socialization among youth. The technology collaboration team plans to conduct a hands-on technology training for a minimum of 500K youth. Training youth to use more technology and current technologies better will increase technology use in the country. Students will find new methods of creating student motivation, connecting with other students, and meeting their financial goals.
After the successful completion of the Website Development Workshop training, graduates of this program will be able to make their living easily by creating production-quality responsive websites from PKR 5K to 50K per website. Trainees will be able to offer their services on social platforms to get the customers from within Pakistan and abroad to bring a good chunk of foreign exchange into the country.

Pakistan’s youth face daunting challenges of unemployment due to which the country and youth cannot reach their potential. Pakistan has a large youth population. An estimated 103 million or 63% of the population fall under the age of 25 years. Due to endemic poverty, the majority of youth in Pakistan do not have the opportunity to experience a childhood. Male youth literacy rate is estimated to be 53% and female youth literacy rate is even lower at 42%, while 15% of the youth is unemployed which is a significant figure.