07/5/13

Impact of our mini-MBA program on Livelihoods – Adil Abdul Mahmood

Adil Abdul Mahmood went through the Peace Through Prosperity mini-MBA program twice, Adil abandoned the program as part of cohort 1 having been influenced by the nay-sayers. Over time he witnessed the growth amongst his peers who had been through and stuck with the mini-MBA program and Adil was welcomed back in cohort 3. Adil used to earn $4.35/day today he earns $9.55/day – and Adil wants us to extend the program for he is experiencing the benefits of a tailored mini-MBA program.

Adil Abdul Mahmood, his data and his story in his own words:

Adil_Mahmood_mini_MBA_2013Street Cobbler: Adil Abdul Mahmood
Age: 27 years
Level of Education: Primary schooling (in-complete)
Marital Status: Married
Number of Dependents: 5 (parents, wife, 2 x children)
Primary bread winner: yes   |   Cohort Number: 3    Location: F-8/1, Islamabad

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Adil’s Shop – now you know why they are referred to as ‘Street’ cobblers

 

 

 

 

 

Revenue and Profitability Growth Data for Adil Mahmood

Revenue and Profitability Growth Data for Adil Abdul Mahmood

Revenue and Profitability Growth for Adil Mahmood

Revenue and Profitability Growth for Adil Abdul Mahmood

Adil Mahmood has experienced 119% growth in revenue and 290% growth in profitability!

Adil-Post Training Interview from Peace Through Prosperity on Vimeo.

Adil is not an exception, he has simply been given the opportunity and he has grabbed it with both hands, for his own benefit and that of 5 other members of his family who rely on him as the sole bread winner in the family.

We need YOUR help to raise funds to resource us to do the same for 50 street cobblers in Haripur in Khyber Pakhtun Khwa in Pakistan in August 2013. To donate towards the Haripur project please visit our website or get in touch with us to donate via a bank transfer.

07/5/13

Impact of our mini-MBA program on Livelihoods – Gul Marjan

Gul Marjan used to earn $3.65/day today he earns $9.85/day – Gul Marjan, his data and his story in his own words:

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Street Cobbler: Gul Marjan
Age: 20 years
Level of Education: Primary schooling (in-complete)
Marital Status: Single
Number of Dependents: 5 (parents, 2 x sisters and 1 younger brother)
Primary bread winner: yes
Cohort Number: 3
Location: G-10 Markaz, Islamabad, Pakistan

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Revenue and Profitability Growth Data for Gul Marjan

Revenue & Profitability Growth experienced by Qasim Khan

Revenue & Profitability Growth experienced by Gul Marjan

The impact of Peace Through Prosperity’s mini-MBA for street cobblers in Qasim Khan’s own words.

Gul Marjan – Post Training Interview from Peace Through Prosperity on Vimeo. 

There is a common thread here, we have changed not only Gul Marjan’s earning potential but benefitted 5 others who are dependent on his earnings.

We need YOUR help to raise funds to resource us to do the same for 50 street cobblers in Haripur in Khyber Pakhtun Khwa in Pakistan in August 2013. To donate towards the Haripur project please visit our website or get in touch with us to donate via a bank transfer.

07/3/13

Impact of our mini-MBA program on Livelihoods – Qasim Khan

Over the next few weeks we shall be reporting on the impact our mini-MBA program is having on individual street cobblers Peace Through Prosperity has engaged, coached and monitored so far. We shall let the data and the delegate street cobblers speak for themselves.

Muhammad Qasim KhanStreet Cobbler: Muhammad Qasim Khan
Age: 25 years
Level of Education: Primary schooling (in-complete)
Marital Status: Single
Number of Dependents: 8 (parents, 4 x sisters and 2 younger brothers)
Primary bread winner: yes
Cohort Number: 3
Location: G-10 Markaz, Islamabad, Pakistan

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Revenue and Profitability Growth Data for Qasim Khan

Revenue & Profitability Growth experienced by Qasim Khan

Revenue & Profitability Growth experienced by Qasim Khan

The impact of Peace Through Prosperity’s mini-MBA for street cobblers in Qasim Khan’s own words.

Feedback on PTP’s mini-MBA from Qasim Khan a street cobbler who has been through our program: from Peace Through Prosperity on Vimeo.

OoRah! a win for Qasim Khan is a win for us all! we have changed not only Qasim Khan’s earning potential but benefitted 8 others who are dependent on Qasim Khan’s earning.

We need YOUR help to raise funds to resource us to do the same for 50 street cobblers in Haripur in Khyber Pakhtun Khwa in Pakistan. To donate towards the Haripur project please visit our website or get in touch with us to donate via a bank transfer.