Meeting with Ambassador for Girls Education

Islamabad – 6th April 2023 – Anthro Insights recently met with the Ambassador for Girls Education, Ministry of Education, Ms. Wajiha Qamar. During the meeting, both parties agreed to collaborate on key interventions in the education sector, focusing on out-of-school children, education budgets, and providing technical support in various areas.

The partnership aims to address the challenges faced by the education system, particularly the high number of out-of-school children and the need for increased investment in education. Anthro Insights brings valuable expertise in market research, data analysis, and strategic solutions, while Ms. Wajiha Qamar is committed to promoting and advocating for girls’ education in the country.

As part of the collaboration, both parties will work together to identify the factors contributing to the high number of out-of-school children, develop targeted interventions, and monitor their impact. Additionally, they will examine education budgets and explore ways to optimize resource allocation, ensuring that all children have access to quality education.

Ms. Wajiha Qamar, Ambassador for Girls Education, expressed her excitement about the partnership, saying, “We are delighted to join forces with Anthro Insights in our mission to provide education for every child in the country. Through this collaboration, we hope to create sustainable and effective solutions that address the challenges faced by our education system.”

The CEO of Anthro Insights, Syed Ali Mujtaba Zaidi, also shared their thoughts on the partnership, stating, “We are honored to collaborate with Ms. Wajiha Qamar and the Ministry of Education in this crucial initiative. Together, we can drive meaningful change and ensure that every child has the opportunity to learn and thrive.”

Anthro Insights and the Ambassador for Girls Education are looking forward to working together in developing and implementing evidence-based solutions that promote equitable access to education for all children, regardless of their gender, socio-economic background, or geographic location.